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Out-of-Pocket Drug Spending Down for Seniors with Diabetes Following Launch of Medicare’s Part D Drug Benefit
Despite improvements, two in five Medicare patients with diabetes who have Part D reach the coverage gap, where they are responsible for all drug costs
Seniors who have diabetes are paying lower out-of-pocket costs for their medications since the launch of Medicare’s Part D prescription drug benefit, according to a new study published in Diabetes...
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A recently launched project called LINK is connecting clinical nurses from NewYork-Presbyterian who have research ideas with academic nurses and statistical support from Columbia University School...
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Faculty Profile: Elaine Larson, PhD, Associate Dean for Research
Elaine Larson is a pioneer in promoting hand hygiene for infection prevention and control. She is a fellow in the National Academy of Medicine and has advised the World Health Organization on...
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Columbia University School of Nursing Awarded $375,000 Contract from CDC to Study Infection Surveillance and Reporting in Nursing Homes
Contract part of a $14 million multi-state CDC effort to combat antibiotic resistance
research team led by Patricia Stone, PhD, Centennial Professor of Health Policy at Columbia University School of Nursing, has been awarded a one-year, $375,000 contract from the Centers for...
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Plans Underway for House Calls Practice and Additional Nurse Practitioner Group in Morningside Heights
Columbia University School of Nursing, a pioneer in nurse practitioner-led care, celebrated the opening of a new nurse practitioner primary care group in Washington Heights with a ribbon cutting...
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Faculty Profile: Jean-Marie Bruzzese, PhD, associate professor of applied development psychology (in nursing)
Jean-Marie Bruzzese, PhD is a researcher and professor at Columbia University School of Nursing. She previously served as associate professor of child and adolescent psychiatry at New York...
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Columbia University School of Nursing To Hold Ribbon-Cutting Opening Celebration of Nurse Practitioner Primary Care Group In Washington Heights
Government officials, students, alumni, faculty, and members of the local community will gather to celebrate the opening of the Columbia University School of Nursing’s Primary Care Group in...
Study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health shows asthma-related anxiety and depression increase the odds of teens seeking asthma care
Despite having frequent symptoms of undiagnosed asthma, low-income urban adolescents do not seek medical care even when it is available to them, according to a new study led by Columbia School of...