Scientific publications

Here you will find all the Helsana Group's scientific publications.

Please note: The publications are listed in their original language and are only available in this language.

14.09.2020

Increased risk of adverse events in noncancer patients with chronic and high-dose opioid use—A health insurance claims analysis

Authors:  Jakob M. Burgstaller, Ulrike Held, Andri Signorell, Eva
Blozik, Johann Steurer, Maria M. Wertli

Journal: PLoS One

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23.04.2020

Evidence-based quality indicators for primary healthcare in association with the risk of hospitalisation: a population-based cohort study in Switzerland.

Authors: Carola Huber, Martin Scherer, Roland Rapold R and Eva Blozik

Journal: BMJ Open

 

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16.04.2020

Variation of colorectal, breast and prostate cancer screening activity in Switzerland: Influence of insurance, policy and guidelines

Authors: Agne Ulyte, Wenjia Wei, Holger Dressel, Oliver Gruebner, Viktor von Wyl, Caroline Bähler, Eva Blozik, Beat Brüngger und Matthias Schwenkglenks 

Journal:  PlosOne

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02.03.2020

Pharmaceutically treated comorbidities and associated healthcare costs among triptan users in Switzerland: A pharmacoepidemiological study from a nationwide health insurance database.

Authors: Carola Huber, Reto Agosti, Markus Näpflin und Eva Blozik

Journal:  Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety

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01.03.2020

Systematic analysis of therapeutic patterns and healthcare use during 12 months before inflammatory bowel disease-related hospitalization in Switzerland

Authors: Alain Schoepfer, Stephan Vavricka, Beat Brüngger, Eva Blozik und Caroline Bähler

Journal:  European Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology 

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23.02.2020

Exploring geographic variation of and influencing factors for utilization of four diabetes management measures in Swiss population using claims data

Authors: Wenjia Wei, Oliver Gruebner, Viktor von Wyl, Holger Dressel, Agne Ulyte, Beat Brüngger, Eva Blozik, Caroline Bähler, Julia Braun und Matthias Schwenkglenks

Journal:  BMJ Open Diabetes Res Care 

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