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Health Economics & Outcomes Research

Real-world use of inhaled nitric oxide therapy in patients with COVID-19 and mild-to-moderate acute respiratory distress syndrome

Authors: Steven H Abman, Nicholas R Fox, M Ibrahim Malik, Sneha S Kelkar, Shelby L Corman, Sanika Rege, Jenna Bhaloo, Rachel Shah, Ren-Jay Shei, Dana Saporito, Nisreen Shamseddine, Erik DeBoer, George J Wan, on behalf of the NOTICE Study Investigators

This article aims to describe real-world inhaled nitric oxide use and outcomes in patients with COVID-19 with mild-to-moderate acute respiratory distress syndrome in the United States.


Real-world treatment patterns for repository corticotropin injection in patients with rheumatoid arthritis

Authors: Howard Busch, George J Wan, John Niewoehner, Parul Houston, Yujie Su, Cassie Clinton, Mary P Panaccio

This study aims to describe real-world use and outcomes of patients with rheumatoid arthritis prescribed repository corticotropin injection in clinical practice through retrospective analysis of an electronic medical record database.


Development of a measure of prescriber satisfaction with academic detailing: the PSAD

Authors: Andrea L Monteiro, Mary Smart, Christopher D Saffore, Todd A Lee, Sarette T Tilton, Michael A Fischer, A Simon Pickard

This study aims to develop and validate an instrument to assess prescriber satisfaction with academic detailing interventions.


Combating the opioid epidemic in the United States

Authors: A Simon Pickard, Todd A Lee

This editorial discusses the series of papers that feature initiatives to mitigate the opioid epidemic in the United States, and challenges encountered during the Covid-19 pandemic.


The evolution of the overdose epidemic and CDC’s research response: a commentary

Authors: Kristin M Holland, Lara DePadilla, Derrick W Gervin, Erin M Parker, Marcienne Wright

This Commentary describes recent investments in overdose prevention research and outlines opportunities for ensuring that future research efforts allow for the flexibility necessary to effectively respond to the continually evolving epidemic.