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Harvard Medical School

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Harvard Medical School

    RoS: Opioid Use Disorder Care in Primary Care

    RoS: Opioid Use Disorder Care in Primary Care

    This week our guests Adele Ojeda and Dr. Stephen Martin share their experiences caring for patients with OUD in the primary care setting.

    • 31 min
    RoS Reprise: Understanding the Association of Primary Care Physician Supply and Mortality in the US

    RoS Reprise: Understanding the Association of Primary Care Physician Supply and Mortality in the US

    This week we have a reprise episode with Russ Phillips! Dr. Russell Phillips joins us to talk about a recent publication in JAMA IM that he wrote with a number of collaborators including other Center for Primary Care faculty, entitled: Association of Primary Care Physician Supply With Population Mortality in the United States, 2005-2015.

    • 25 min
    RoS: Understanding the Health Effects of Homelessness with Dr. Margot Kushel

    RoS: Understanding the Health Effects of Homelessness with Dr. Margot Kushel

    Dr. Margot Kushel joins us this week to discuss the health effects associated with homelessness.

    • 28 min
    RoS: Understanding Increasing Mid-Life Mortality in the US with Steven Woolf

    RoS: Understanding Increasing Mid-Life Mortality in the US with Steven Woolf

    Dr. Steven Woolf joins us this week to talk about his work improving our understanding of the increasing death rates among mid-life Americans.

    • 28 min
    RoS: Understanding the Costs of PAs with Chris Morley

    RoS: Understanding the Costs of PAs with Chris Morley

    Christopher Morley joins us this week to talk about prior authorizations, or PAs – a bureaucratic headache well known to anyone in primary care in which a physician’s office must complete additional paperwork or phone calls to a patient’s insurance company in order to get a medication or procedure covered by the insurance. This used to be a fairly rare occurrence, but it has dramatically increased in frequency over the last 20 years or so. Dr. Morley set out with some colleagues to try to quantify how much the PA process may cost, and moreover, to help us all think about who pays those costs in reality – ultimately, it is our patients.

    • 27 min
    RoS: Design Thinking & Clinics with No Waiting Rooms with Stacey Chang

    RoS: Design Thinking & Clinics with No Waiting Rooms with Stacey Chang

    Stacey Chang joins us today to talk about design in medicine and how we can use design thinking as a tool to improve healthcare.

    • 44 min

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