May 5, 2016
With $10 million from NIMH, GHRI is leading a multi-site study to ensure safe prescribing of antipsychotic drugs for youth with behavioral disorders.
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A GHRI study by Dr. Sascha Dublin uses data from pregnant women’s experiences to find out the risks and benefits of taking high blood pressure medicine.
pregnancy, hypertension, women's health
MacColl engages teams to ‘de-implement’ needless tests and treatments, doing less overused low-value care that might harm patients.
Choosing Wisely, primary care, low-value care
With Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute support, Dr. Beverly Green will test how best to confirm new hypertension cases
blood pressure, PCORI, hypertension
Patients benefit when behavioral health and substance use screening are part of primary care. A Group Health team was honored for this care improvement.
primary care, behavioral health
Many Group Health studies look at the social side of health—and help to lessen related health disparities.
social determinants of health, health disparities
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