Socially-motivated behavioral interventions show promise.
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The program became more efficient as it reduced health care spending and hospitalization rates over the course of a few years   More
Researchers find that having ‘skin in the game’ is not enough of an incentive to shop for less expensive care   More
A blood thinner is linked to increased hospitalizations for falls, altered mental state and insulin shock for patients who also take some diabetes drugs.   More
Physicians who spend more money and resources conducting tests and procedures for patients are less likely to be sued for malpractice, according to a new study.   More
A new study analyses the economic and societal impact of expanding national insurance to include cardiovascular coverage. 

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The health care system would save more lives and money if patients were treated with the latest drugs earlier, researchers at USC and other institutions find   More
A new study looks at the relationship between treatment burden and quality of life for individuals with CF and finds the burden of administering a treatment is a significant factor in patient preference. 
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The link between getting patients to take medication correctly and keeping down healthcare costs is strong enough that adherence is being tied to reimbursement for healthcare providers. 
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