Publications

In a new JAMA Pediatrics Viewpoint, CHEAR Faculty Invesitgator Dr. Kao-Ping Chua and colleagues review early evidence suggesting that opioid prescribing limits have only had modest effects on opioid prescribing, highlight potential reasons for these disappointing results, and argue that a strategy relying on opioid prescribing limits alone is unlikely to substantially reduce excessive opioid prescribing.
New research published in Critical Care Medicine from CHEAR Faculty Dr. Erin Carlton details the rate in which survivors of pediatric sepsis hospitalizations acquire new medical devices.
New research published in JPGN from CHEAR faculty Jeremy Adler shows a new video aid helpful in the risk in treatment of pediatric inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

Crohn’s disease commonly causes perianal fistulas which can cause abscesses and infections in any organ in the pelvis. These are serious complications which can have a major impact on quality of life and can have long-term implications.

In a new JAMA Pediatrics Viewpoint, CHEAR Faculty Investigators Dr. Sarah Reeves & Dr. Gary Freed discuss the potentially substantial implications for quality measurement in the transition from reporting diagnoses in ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM codes.
New research published in JAMA Cardiology from CHEAR Faculty Dr. Zubin Modi looks at the risk of cardiovascular disease and mortality in young adults with end-stage renal disease (ESRD).