A Florida State University professor just makes up data to try to prove racism. He got caught but most don’t.
An intervention to to reduce knee pain in overweight osteoarthritis patients doesn’t lower pain by much.
Physician practice patterns vary, and those variations can affect both spending and quality outcomes.
A remotely-delivered behavior intervention does zipola to meaningfully reduce body weight or improve health status.
A potpourri of the ongoing but somewhat diminishing tide of CV-19 research.
I continue to expect rising health care prices and spending as we move through 2023.
Another month of data shows the ongoing decline in CV-19 cases, which probably reflects reporting trends as much as real infections.
Hospital/physician practice integration raises costs with no countervailing improvement in quality.
Another supposedly great health intervention bites the dust.
An interesting question is why the climate “experts” don’t seem to want good quality temperature data.
The Minnesota DFL and Little Timmy Walz are owned by the government employee unions and rich ideologues.
Even the federal government can only lie about the state of the labor market for so long.
Woke medicine means lower quality clinicians and worse outcomes for patients.
And interesting look at trends in utilization and costs of visits to non-traditional sites of care, such as retail clinics, urgent care centers and ERs.
The national championship for research summaries continues with no end in sight.