At Taylor & Francis we have listened to feedback from our authors and funders and extended our open access option to cover more of our leading medical journals, including Journal of Medical Economics.
Journal of Medical Economics publishes research which supports primary care physicians in solving clinical problems and improving patient care. Explore some articles published open access in Journal of Medical Economics in 2019 below.
Reduced medical spending associated with increased use of a remote diabetes management program and lower mean blood glucose values is an open access article featured in our popular journal Journal of Medical Economics. Published in April 2019 it has already received over 2500 views within our platform as of August 2019.
Many new mobile technologies are available to assist people in managing chronic conditions, but data on the association between the use of these technologies and medical spending remains limited. As the available digital technology offerings to aid in diabetes management increase, it is important to understand their impact on medical spending. The aim of this study was to investigate the financial impact of a remote digital diabetes management program using medical claims and real-time blood glucose data.
Impact of liposomal bupivacaine on opioid use, hospital length of stay, discharge status, and hospitalization costs in patients undergoing total hip arthroplasty is an open access article featured in our popular journal Journal of Medical Economics. Published in March 2019 it has already received over 400 views within our platform as of August 2019.
Effective postsurgical analgesia hastens recovery, reduces hospital length of stay (LOS), and decreases hospitalization costs for total hip arthroplasty (THA). Improving these outcomes is critical for value-based surgical bundled payment programs such as the Medicare Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement and similar programs for commercial insurance providers. This study compared clinical outcomes and hospitalization costs for patients undergoing THA with and without liposomal bupivacaine (LB).
How much does it cost to publish Open Access?
The Article Publishing Charge for these journals is £3,250/$4,800/€4,000.
What licence can I publish under?
Our open access option allows the author to retain copyright under a CC-BY-NC-ND license.
Why publish Open Access?
- Immediate access to your article on publication, accessible by anyone, anywhere
- High visibility and discoverability via Taylor & Francis Online
- Input from, and dialog with, expert editors
- Rigorous peer review for every open access article
- Metrics (downloads, citations, and Altmetric data) for your article, so you can measure its impact