Visualizing the link between housing insecurity and chronic illness, we see higher instances of heart failure, hypertension, and other conditions.
In a longitudinal study of data from Arcadia, researchers tracked the outcomes of symptomatic and asymptomatic long-COVID patients.
As the pandemic raged, other essential medical services bore the brunt, and data points to an impact in imaging services, testing, and elsewhere.
Arcadia charts a flu outbreak in Massachusetts from November through April, with a pronounced February peak.
Follow the changing healthcare costs through the life of a patient from childhood (ages 6-12) to old age (70-85).
A breakdown of spending in healthcare categories over time, from birth to death, in the life of a patient, from ASD to macular degeneration.
Finding the demographic factors (including social determinants of health) that indicate potential for complex care management.
A map of joint replacement—the most common inpatient Medicare procedure—and its costs among distinct age groups and clinical outcomes.
Exploring the bond between patient and doctor, Arcadia looks at loyalty within specialties in the wake of a move out-of-network.
Three years of data indicates fewer opioid prescriptions (save addiction treatment), a pinch that coincides with an uptick in unprescribed Fentanyl deaths.