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February 2023 Month in Review
Month in Review newsletter |
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Way to Health year in review
Blog Post |
The Way to Health annual roundup shares highlights from the past year, including product news, engagement metrics, and team updates.
Spotlight on: Charles Chambers
Innovator spotlight |
Meet Charlie Chambers, a database whisperer with a penchant for tinkering.
Podcast: Ravi B. Parikh, MD, on how machine learning-triggered reminders can improve end-of-life care for cancer patients
Disparities in emergency department and urgent care opioid prescribing before and after randomized clinician feedback interventions
A randomized controlled trial of gamification, financial incentives, or both to increase physical activity among patients with elevated risk for cardiovascular disease: rationale and design of the BE ACTIVE study
State and federal legislators’ responses on social media to the mental health and burnout of health care workers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic: natural language processing and sentiment analysis
Are there differences in postoperative opioid prescribing across racial and ethnic groups? Assessment of an academic health system
Discharged on enteral nutrition: What now? The poor state of outpatient support for patients on enteral nutrition support
Reddit language indicates changes associated with diet, physical activity, substance use, and smoking during COVID-19
Prevalence of behavioral flags in the electronic health record among black and white patients visiting the emergency department
Long-term effect of machine learning–triggered behavioral nudges on serious illness conversations and end-of-life outcomes among patients with cancer