ANN ARBOR—More people now die of drug overdoses than car crashes in the state of Michigan, ranking the state among the top third in the country for drug-related deaths.
While medication-based treatments for substance abuse disorders are...
U-M IHPI"It's easier to get a prescription for an opioid than it is to get treatment" for opioid addiction, @DrKhaldun points out at #OpSummit19
Read the new @Umich report on availability of medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder in Michigan
If an operation doesn't go well and a patient is readmitted, should the hospital get paid again? These are the questions Edward Norton asks in his research as he evaluates US health care’s major shift to pay-for-performance models.
From Detroit to Clare, poor choices and limited access to health care have added up to lower lifetimes for many state residents, making health a gnawing but significant concern to those who live in
U-M IHPIKudos to @BridgeMichigan for launching its new #Michigan Health Watch effort, focusing on #publichealth and #healthpolicy across the Mitten State. Read the first installment, quoting our member @mudowp of @CHRTumich
Older adults — and their families — often find it challenging and stressful to find the best facility. And they often end up in the wrong spot, new research shows.
U-M IHPIA new @KHNews story takes a look at what we know about how hospital patients transition to post-hospital care facilities. Our member Lena Chen, who has studied costs related to such care, comments