By Elisabeth Evans In 2011 I was on a golf course out of town when my wife called me from the hotel pool. Our 16 year old daughter took a
By Sophia Bernazzani Media outlets have documented the current heroin crisis extensively, and a recent examination by Nursing@Simmons details how this crisis is affecting the United States. Given the toll the
By Julie Potyraj The U.S. spends over 50 percent more on health care than most other developed countries spend. From 2000 to 2013, the United States spent the most per capita
By Jeff Kullgren, MD, MPH More than one third of Americans with private health insurance face high out-of-pocket (OOP) expenditures for their health care because they are enrolled in high-deductible health
Costs of Care Announcement With a focus on improving care and lowering costs, the new Dell Medical School at UT Austin has tapped Chris Moriates, MD, to become Assistant
By Vineet Arora, Chris Moriates, and September Wallingford Oftentimes that can be how hospitalists feel as they “battle” to provide high-value care (better care at lower cost) for their patients.