Study Sheds New Light On Factors Associated With Variation in Hospital Payments
Findings from a study published Nov. 15 in JAMA Open Network suggest "that variation in payments to hospitals are, at least in part, associated with the hospitals and their ecosystems independently" of other social determinants (i.e. behaviors, race and ethnicity).
PHATED to Be: Yale Researchers Give Shape to Big Data
The lab of Yale’s Smita Krishnaswamy, associate professor of genetics and computer science, has developed a new algorithm called PHATE that overcomes many of the shortcomings of existing data visualization tools, which are more susceptible to noise and distortion in the relationship of data points.
Click, Click, Cook: Online Grocery Shopping Leaves ‘Food Deserts’ Behind
A Yale University analysis found that most people in “food deserts” in eight states would increase their access to healthy, nutritious food if they purchase groceries online and had the food delivered as part of the federal government’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
Krumholz Receives the American Heart Association's Clinical Research Prize
Krumholz was recognized “for his work as a founding leader in the field of outcomes research. His work has led to improvements in the quality of care and outcomes for millions of patients nationwide and beyond,” said American Heart Association President Robert A. Harrington, MD, FAHA.