Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration
Transforming Health Care Through Evidence and Collaboration

This Research Insights highlights a study finding that reducing initial opioids prescriptions from seven days worth of opioids to three or fewer days had positive health and economic benefits.

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This Research Insights highlights a new study on hospital consolidation that did not find improvements in the quality of care following hospital acquisition.

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This Research Insights highlights a study that found significant racial bias in an algorithm used to guide health care decisions, with implications that extend throughout and beyond the health care industry.

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This Research Insights summarizes findings that access to low-cost long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) through the Colorado Family Planning Initiative reduced teen births.

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This Research Insights summarizes a new study on overuse of health care by privately insured adults, finding geographic patterns that persist over time.

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This Research Insights summarizes a study on diagnostic imaging claims for privately insured patients with back, knee and shoulder pain.

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This Research Insights summarizes a study that found hospital prices grew faster than physician prices from 2007 to 2014.

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This Research Insights highlights a study showing that certain low-value cancer drugs are more likely to be prescribed in independent physician practices.

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