Effective medications for alcohol use disorders (formerly known as alcoholism) may be too much of a well-kept secret, according to an editorial that Katharine Bradley, MD, MPH, co-wrote and published in the May 14 Journal of the American Medical Association.
Federal officials estimated last month that 8 million people had signed up for coverage under Obamacare. While it’s still unclear how many previously uninsured people now have access to care because of the law—through state exchanges, Medicaid, or private insurers—that number will keep growing quickly. As a result, more people than ever will reap benefits from various Group Health-proven improvements that are now commonplace in American medicine.
Each year at the Birnbaum Lecture, Group Health Research Institute presents the Birnbaum Award to Group Health staff who’ve made extraordinary contributions to the organization’s development as a learning health care system. At the 2014 Lecture, the award will be presented to people involved in three outstanding projects, all funded by Group Health’s Partnership for Innovation.
CCHE studies health impact assessments around the country. PCORI & IOM look to Group Health as a learning health care system. AACR invites Dr. Hubbard to share statistical insights on EMR data. Dr. Grossman’s UAMS virtual grand rounds broadcast in Arkansas. 2014 GHRI faculty promotions.