Displaying poster-sized commitment letters in examination rooms decreased inappropriate antibiotic prescribing for ARIs. The effect of this simple, low-cost intervention is comparable in magnitude to costlier, more intensive quality-improvement efforts.
Jan 1, 2014
Use of Behavioral Economics and Social Psychology to Improve Treatment of Acute Respiratory Infections (BEARI): Rationale and Design of a Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial [1rc4ag039115-01] - Study Protocol and Baseline Practice and Provider Characteristics
The Application of Behavioral Economics to Improve the Treatment of Acute Respiratory Infections (BEARI) Trial is a multisite, cluster-randomized controlled trial with practice as the unit of randomization.
Jun 1, 2013
Diabetes Management for Low-Income Patients in Los Angeles: Two Strategies Improved Disease Control in the Short Term
Health care providers serving vulnerable patients in Los Angeles have developed programs intended to increase diabetes control through more-intensive patient education and engagement.
Jan 1, 2012
First dollar coverage for preventive services increases utilization modestly among healthy individuals, particularly those in lower deductible plans, but patients' predisposing characteristics merit attention.
Jan 1, 2010