Dr. Sascha Dublin explains why sometimes not taking medications may be a safer and healthier choice.
New research, led by KPWHRI investigators, examines providers’ notes to understand patients’ cannabis use and health conditions.
Health care is increasingly online—KPWHRI is studying telehealth options for opioid use disorder and chronic pain.
Opioid misuse and overdose are now a national priority. For decades, KPWHRI has worked to help patients find safe, effective ways to manage chronic pain.
Researchers need much bigger data sets to find outcomes that matter, Dr. Sascha Dublin and colleagues write in Pediatrics.
Evidence from Dr. Dublin’s work helps patients and doctors make the best care choices in pregnancy.
The funding for the Sentinel Initiative includes establishing an innovation center, to be led by Harvard Pilgrim in partnership with KPWHRI and others.
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