General physicians can deliver medication-assisted treatment with help from team members they probably already have in their clinics, a new analysis concludes.
Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics
Post-surgery pain medication can ease recovery — but it can also lead to long-term problems. A new, free tool based on actual patient use can help.
“Low-value” care, such as unnecessary lab tests, could be reduced safely to cut expenses, a new analysis suggests.
Doctors often care for people with disabilities, yet few physicians have one. U-M’s medical school recently altered its technical standards to better promote a longtime mission of inclusivity.
Poor health tied to unmet social needs is a widespread problem. A Michigan Medicine partnership is examining the questions that community health centers ask to address the issue.
The opioid epidemic has created a tragic surge in donor organs. But despite their safety record, the organs that could save lives go unused.