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2021 ACC Expert Consensus: Same-day discharge after percutaneous coronary intervention

13 Jan, 2021 | 02:05h | UTC

2021 ACC Expert Consensus Decision Pathway on Same-Day Discharge After Percutaneous Coronary Intervention: A Report of the American College of Cardiology Solution Set Oversight Committee – Journal of the American College of Cardiology

Commentaries: 2021 ACC Expert Decision Pathway on Same-Day Discharge After PCI – American College of Cardiology AND Checklist for Same-Day Discharge PCI Stresses Buy-In, and a Plan – TCTMD AND Same-Day Discharge After PCI: ACC Expert Consensus Decision Pathway – Cardiology Advisor AND Ticking all the right boxes for same-day discharge PCI – MDedge Cardiology

 


Case series: Safety of same‐day discharge after uncomplicated, minimalist transcatheter aortic valve replacement in the COVID‐19 era

13 Jan, 2021 | 02:03h | UTC

Safety of same‐day discharge after uncomplicated, minimalist transcatheter aortic valve replacement in the COVID‐19 era – Catheterization & Cardiovascular Interventions

Commentary: Pandemic Prompts Closer Look at Same-Day Discharge After TAVI – TCTMD

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Five things clinicians and patients should question in Pediatric Cardiology

3 Nov, 2020 | 02:59h | UTC

American Academy of Pediatrics – Section on Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery: Five Things Physicians and Patients Should Question – Choosing Wisely

Commentary: Choosing Wisely: Practices to Question in Pediatric Cardiology – NEJM Journal Watch

See complete lists of low-value practices: Choosing Wisely U.S. / Choosing Wisely UK / Choosing Wisely Australia AND Choosing Wisely Canada

 


Perspective: Reinventing pediatrics through video care first

3 Nov, 2020 | 02:57h | UTC

Reinventing Pediatrics Through Video Care First – JAMA Pediatrics (free for a limited period)

 


Deimplementation in Pediatrics: Past, Present, and Future

3 Nov, 2020 | 02:56h | UTC

Deimplementation in Pediatrics: Past, Present, and Future – JAMA Pediatrics (free for a limited period)

 


Can covid-19 help us deal with the pandemic of defensive medicine?

2 Nov, 2020 | 02:28h | UTC

Can covid-19 help us deal with the pandemic of defensive medicine? – The BMJ Opinion

 


Randomized trial: Validation of an enhanced recovery after surgery protocol in gynecologic surgery

29 Oct, 2020 | 09:07h | UTC

Validation of an enhanced recovery after surgery protocol in gynecologic surgery: an Italian randomized study – American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Related Systematic Review: Multicomponent hospital-led interventions to reduce hospital stay for older adults following elective surgery: a systematic review – Health Services and Delivery Research AND Summary: People leave hospital after surgery sooner if hospitals follow ‘enhanced recovery protocols’ – NIHR

See also: Complete List of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) Society Guidelines (free articles)

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Video consultations in primary and specialist care during the covid-19 pandemic and beyond

21 Oct, 2020 | 09:30h | UTC

Video consultations in primary and specialist care during the covid-19 pandemic and beyond – The BMJ

 


[Abstract Only] Study: Excess days in acute care provide a more comprehensive picture of hospital performance compared to 30-day readmission rates

21 Oct, 2020 | 09:04h | UTC

Evaluation of Hospital Performance Using the Excess Days in Acute Care Measure in the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program – Annals of Internal Medicine (link to abstract – $ for full-text)

Commentaries: Excess Days in Acute Care Provide More Comprehensive Picture of Hospital Performance Compared to 30-day Readmission Rates – AboutHealthTransparency.org AND EDAC: A ’More Comprehensive Picture of Hospital Use’ – Physician’s Weekly

 


Five things clinicians and patients should question in public health

15 Oct, 2020 | 09:05h | UTC

Five Things Clinicians and Patients Should Question – Choosing Wisely Canada

See complete lists of low-value practices: Choosing Wisely U.S. / Choosing Wisely UK / Choosing Wisely Australia AND Choosing Wisely Canada

 


Meta-analysis: Association of receipt of palliative care interventions with health care use, quality of life, and symptom burden among adults with chronic noncancer illness

14 Oct, 2020 | 09:18h | UTC

Association of Receipt of Palliative Care Interventions With Health Care Use, Quality of Life, and Symptom Burden Among Adults With Chronic Noncancer Illness: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis – JAMA

Editorial: Palliative Care for Patients With Noncancer Illnesses

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Updated Choosing Wisely Canada recommendations: Tests and treatments to question in obstetrics and gynecology

7 Oct, 2020 | 09:02h | UTC

Twelve things clinicians and patients should question in obstetrics and gynecology – Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada

See complete lists of low-value practices: Choosing Wisely U.S. / Choosing Wisely UK / Choosing Wisely Australia AND Choosing Wisely Canada

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


De-adopting low-value care: Evidence, eminence, and economics

4 Oct, 2020 | 23:20h | UTC

De-adopting Low-Value Care: Evidence, Eminence, and Economics – JAMA (free for a limited period)

Author Interview: De-Adopting Low-Value Care—Evidence, Eminence, and Economics

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Systematic review: The effectiveness and cost‐effectiveness of hospital‐based specialist palliative care for adults with advanced illness and their caregivers

1 Oct, 2020 | 08:58h | UTC

The effectiveness and cost‐effectiveness of hospital‐based specialist palliative care for adults with advanced illness and their caregivers – Cochrane Library

Summary: Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of hospital-based specialist palliative care (HSPC) for adults with advanced illness and their unpaid caregivers – Cochrane Library

Commentary: Hospital-based specialist palliative care may slightly improve patient experience and increase their chances of dying at home – King’s College London

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


WHO publishes pricing policy guideline to improve affordable access to medicines

30 Sep, 2020 | 09:33h | UTC

News release: WHO publishes pricing policy guideline to improve affordable access to medicines – World Health Organization

Original Guideline: WHO guideline on country pharmaceutical pricing policies – World Health Organization

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Perspective: The incompatibility of patient-centered care with fee-for-service payment

29 Sep, 2020 | 09:57h | UTC

The Incompatibility of Patient-Centered Care With Fee-for-Service Payment – JAMA Internal Medicine

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Sophisticated purchasing of pharmaceuticals: Learning from other countries

29 Sep, 2020 | 09:55h | UTC

Sophisticated Purchasing of Pharmaceuticals: Learning From Other Countries – JAMA

Related: Drug Reimbursement Regulation in 6 Peer Countries – JAMA Internal Medicine (free for a limited period)

 

Commentary on Twitter

 

 


Editorial: Two remedies for inappropriate percutaneous coronary intervention—closing the gap between evidence and practice

22 Sep, 2020 | 09:28h | UTC

Editorial: Two Remedies for Inappropriate Percutaneous Coronary Intervention—Closing the Gap Between Evidence and Practice (free for a limited period)

Original Studies: Potential Association of the ISCHEMIA Trial With the Appropriate Use Criteria Ratings for Percutaneous Coronary Intervention in Stable Ischemic Heart Disease – JAMA Internal Medicine (free for a limited period) AND US False Claims Act Investigations of Unnecessary Percutaneous Coronary Interventions – JAMA Internal Medicine (free for a limited period)

Interview: Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) For Stable Coronary Artery Disease – Reducing Inappropriate Use

 


Not necessary. 5 policy ideas for limiting low-value care in Canada

18 Sep, 2020 | 09:23h | UTC

Not Necessary. Policy Ideas for Limiting Low-Value Care in Canada – Choosing Wisely Canada

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Less is more: Identifying recommendations for stopping or scaling back unnecessary routine services in primary care

15 Sep, 2020 | 08:44h | UTC

Identifying Recommendations for Stopping or Scaling Back Unnecessary Routine Services in Primary Care – JAMA Internal Medicine

Commentaries: A Solution for Guideline Overkill—More Guidelines or Shared Understanding? – JAMA Internal Medicine AND Doctors Get Plenty of Advice on Starting Treatment. This Could Help Them Know When to Stop – University of Michigan

 

Commentary on Twitter

 


Viewpoint: Radiology and value-based health care

14 Sep, 2020 | 00:56h | UTC

Radiology and Value-Based Health Care – JAMA (free for a limited period)

 


Getting ready for the Covid-19 pandemic: Experience of a Brazilian hospital

3 Sep, 2020 | 11:00h | UTC

Getting Ready for the Covid-19 Pandemic: Experience of a Brazilian Hospital – NEJM Catalyst

 


Choosing Wisely: Five low-value or harmful practices that should be avoided in pediatric pulmonology and sleep medicine

1 Sep, 2020 | 05:57h | UTC

American Academy of Pediatrics – Section on Pediatric Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine: Five Things Physicians and Patients Should Question – Choosing Wisely

Commentary: Choosing Wisely: 5 Practices to Avoid in Pediatric Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine – NEJM Journal Watch

See complete lists of low-value practices: Choosing Wisely U.S. / Choosing Wisely UK / Choosing Wisely Australia AND Choosing Wisely Canada

 


Building a better health care system post-Covid-19: Steps for reducing low-value and wasteful care

25 Aug, 2020 | 03:52h | UTC

Building A Better Health Care System Post-Covid-19: Steps for Reducing Low-Value and Wasteful Care – NEJM Catalyst

 


Choosing Wisely Africa: Ten low-value or harmful practices that should be avoided in cancer care

7 Aug, 2020 | 03:06h | UTC

Choosing Wisely Africa: Ten Low-Value or Harmful Practices That Should Be Avoided in Cancer Care – JCO Global Oncology

 


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