The Monthly Cycle of Hypoglycemia: An Observational Claims-based Study of Emergency Room Visits, Hospital Admissions, and Costs in a Commercially Insured Population.

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BACKGROUND Multipayer initiatives have sought to address social determinants of health, such as food insecurity, by linking primary care patients to social services. It remains unclear whether such social determinants contribute to avoidable short-term health care costs. OBJECTIVES We sought to quantify costs and mitigating factors for the increased risk… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/MLR.0000000000000728

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@article{Basu2017TheMC, title={The Monthly Cycle of Hypoglycemia: An Observational Claims-based Study of Emergency Room Visits, Hospital Admissions, and Costs in a Commercially Insured Population.}, author={Sanjay Basu and Seth A Berkowitz and Hilary Kessler Seligman}, journal={Medical care}, year={2017}, volume={55 7}, pages={639-645} }