Scholarly Publications and Media Mentions

Current Investigators and alumni have written over 1000 scholarly articles on multiple topics and are often featured in major news outlets. Publications and media mentions are listed here and can be searched by Investigator name, publication type, award year, or keyword.

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Author(s) Title (of Article/Book/Chapter) Source (Journal/Book/Media Source) Year Link
Sandro Galea A Public Health of Consequence: Review of January 2017 American Journal of Public Health 2017
Sandro Galea Academic Public Health and the Firearm Crisis: An Agenda for Action American Journal of Public Health 2017
Sandro Galea A Public Health Consequence: Review of February 2017 American Journal of Public Health 2017
John Cawley The Impact of Health Insurance on Preventive Care and Health Behaviors: Evidence from the 2014 ACA Medicaid Expansions Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 2017
George Davey Smith When Will Mendelian Randomization Become Relevant for Clinical Practice and Public Health? JAMA 2017
Harold Pollack , Richard Frank Addressing the Fentanyl Threat to Public Health New England Journal of Medicine 2017
Amy Finkelstein Adjusting Risk Adjustment — Accounting for Variation in Diagnostic Intensity New England Journal of Medicine 2017
Mark Schlesinger , Rachel Grob Treating, Fast and Slow: Americans’ Understanding of and Responses to Low-Value Care The Milbank Quarterly 2017
Kenneth Warner Adolescents and e-cigarettes: Objects of concern may appear larger than they are Drug and Alcohol Dependence 2017
Ed Yelin A Prospective Study of the Impact of Current Poverty, History of Poverty, and Exiting Poverty on Accumulation of Disease Damage in SLE Arthritis & Rheumatology 2017
Aaron Kesselheim New 21st Century Cures" Legislation: Speed and Ease vs Science JAMA 2017
Dalton Conley The Genome Factor The Genome Factor 2017
Edward Maibach Inoculating the Public against Misinformation about Climate Change Global Challenges Journal 2017
Jens Ludwig Gun Violence in Chicago, 2016 UChicago Crime Lab 2017
Debra Umberson Death of family members as an overlooked source of racial disadvantage in the United States Proceedings of the Natural Academy of Sciences 2017
Sandro Galea , Colleen Grogan Could the President and Congress Precipitate a Public Health Crisis? American Journal of Public Health 2017
Carol Ashton , Nelda Wray Outcomes and Resource Use of Sepsis-associated Stays by Presence on Admission, Severity, and Hospital Type American Public Health Association 2016
Richard Kronick Measuring Medicaid Physician Participation Rates and Implications for Policy Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 2016
Aaron Kesselheim Regulating Off-Label Promotion — A Critical Test New England Journal of Medicine 2016
Ronald Bayer Evidence, Policy, and E-Cigarettes — Will England Reframe the Debate? New England Journal of Medicine 2016
Ronald Bayer The Paradox of Authority — Transformation of the USPSTF under the Affordable Care Act New England Journal of Medicine 2016
Lawrence Casalino Increased Use of Care Management Processes and Expanded Health Information Technology Functions by Practice Ownership and Medicaid Revenue Medical Care Research and Review 2016
Vincent Mor A Methodology to Identify a Cohort of Medicare Beneficiaries Residing in Large Assisted Living Facilities Using Administrative Data. Medical Care 2016
Haiden Huskamp Who Were the Early Adopters of Dabigatran?: An Application of Group-based Trajectory Models Medical Care 2016
Shoou-Yih Daniel Lee Achieving Adherence to Evidence-Based Practices: Are Health IT and Hospital–Physician Integration Complementary or Substitutive Strategies? Medical Care Research and Review 2016
Richard Scheffler , Sherry Glied Differing Impacts Of Market Concentration On Affordable Care Act Marketplace Premiums Health Affairs 2016
John Cawley The Pass-Through of Taxes on Sugar-Sweetened Beverages to Retail Prices: The Case of Berkeley, California Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 2016
Victor Rodwin Needed: Global Collaboration for Comparative Research on Cities and Health International Journal of Health Policy and Management 2016
Alexandra Minna Stern Scientists call on California to provide reparations to forced sterilization victims American Journal Public Health 2016
Michelle Mello Prevalence and Characteristics of Physicians Prone to Malpractice Claims New England Journal of Medicine 2016
Joan Teno Why Population Health and Palliative Care Need Each Other JAMA 2016
Sandro Galea A Public Health of Consequence: Review of the December 2016 Issue of AJPH American Journal Public Health 2016
Aaron Kesselheim Vaccine Pipeline Has Grown During The Past Two Decades With More Early-Stage Trials From Small And Medium-Size Companies Health Affairs 2016
Edward Maibach Politics & Global Warming, November 2016 Climate Change Communications 2016
Richard Kronick Improving Safety for Hospitalized Patients: Much Progress but Many Challenges Remain JAMA 2016
Haiden Huskamp The Effects of the Transition From Medicaid to Medicare on Health Care Use for Adults With Mental Illness Medical Care 2016
S.V. Subramanian Dispelling the nice or naughty myth: retrospective observational study of Santa Claus British Medical Journal 2016
Peter Ubel What Strategies Do Physicians and Patients Discuss to Reduce Out-of-Pocket Costs? Analysis of Cost-Saving Strategies in 1755 Outpatient Clinic Visits Medical Decision Making 2016
Aaron Kesselheim State Initiatives to Control Medication Costs — Can Transparency Legislation Help? New England Journal of Medicine 2016
Aaron Kesselheim Approving a Problematic Muscular Dystrophy Drug: Implications for FDA Policy JAMA 2016
Edward Maibach Is Dementia in Decline? Historical Trends and Future Trajectories New England Journal 2016
David Rosner A Lead Poisoning Crisis Enters Its Second Century Health Affairs 2016
David Williams Understanding County-Level, Cause-Specific Mortality: The Great Value—and Limitations—of Small Area Data JAMA 2016
Sandro Galea Why do we think we know what we know? A metaknowledge analysis of the salt controversy International Journal of Epidemiology 2016
Aaron Kesselheim Association of Industry Payments to Physicians With the Prescribing of Brand-name Statins in Massachusetts JAMA Internal Medicine 2016
Mark Schlesinger How Patient Comments Affect Consumers’ Use of Physician Performance Measures Medical Care 2016
Jason Corburn Slum Health: From the Cell to the Street University California Press 2016
Thomas Gallagher Speak Up! Addressing the Paradox Plaguing Patient-Centered Care Annals of Internal Medicine 2016
Aaron Kesselheim 'Government Patent Use’: A Legal Approach To Reducing Drug Spending Health Affairs 2016
Linda Aiken Better Nurse Staffing and Nurse Work Environments Associated With Increased Survival of In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients Medical Care 2016
Sandro Galea US Traffic Fatalities, 1985–2014, and Their Relationship to Medical Marijuana Laws American Journal of Public Health 2016
Bernice Pescosolido At the Intersection of Lay and Professional Social Networks: How Community Ties Shape Perceptions of Mental Health Treatment Providers Global Mental Health 2016
David Blumenthal Caring for High-Need, High-Cost Patients — An Urgent Priority New England Journal of Medicine 2016
Aaron Kesselheim Comparison of rates of safety issues and reporting of trial outcomes for medical devices approved in the European Union and United States: cohort study British Medical Journal 2016
Sara Rosenbaum Pay For Success And Population Health: Early Results From Eleven Projects Reveal Challenges And Promise Health Affairs 2016
John Lantos Trisomy 13 and 18—Treatment Decisions in a Stable Gray Zone JAMA 2016
Diane Lauderdale Social Participation and Older Adults' Sleep Social Science and Medicine 2016
Dalton Conley Changing Polygenic Penetrance on Phenotypes in the 20th Century Among Adults in the US Population Scientific Reports 2016
Sandro Galea What Do We Know About the Association Between Firearm Legislation and Firearm-Related Injuries? Epidemiologic Reviews 2016
Howard Markel Donabedian’s Lasting Framework for Health Care Quality New England Journal of Medicine 2016
Lawrence Casalino US Physician Practices Spend More Than $15.4 Billion Annually to Report Quality Measures Health Affairs 2016
James Robinson Reference Pricing, Consumer Cost-Sharing, and Insurer Spending for Advanced Imaging Tests Medical Care 2016
Sandro Galea Firearm legislation and firearm mortality in the USA: a cross-sectional, state-level study The Lancet 2016
Richard Deyo Association Between Initial Opioid Prescribing Patterns and Subsequent Long-Term Use Among Opioid-Naïve Patients: A Statewide Retrospective Cohort Study Journal of General Internal Medicine 2016
Ronald Bayer , Amy Fairchild Evidence and the Politics of Deimplementation: The Rise and Decline of the “Counseling and Testing” Paradigm for HIV Prevention at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Milbank Quarterly 2016
Frank Thompson Scrutinizing Alternative Paths to Medicaid Expansion JAMA Internal Medicine 2016
Sara Rosenbaum The US Supreme Court and the Future of Reproductive Health Milbank Quarterly 2016
Haiden Huskamp Mental Health and Substance-Use Reforms — Milestones Reached, Challenges Ahead New England Journal of Medicine 2016
Dominick Frosch Who and when should we screen for prostate cancer? Interviews with key opinion leaders BMC Medicine 2016
Miriam Laugesen Fixing Medical Prices Harvard University Press 2016
David Rosner Injurious Inequalities Milbank Quarterly 2016
Nicholas Christakis Desire for weight loss, weight-related social contact, and body mass outcomes Obesity 2016
Rosemary Stevens A Time of Scandal Johns Hopkins University 2016
Aaron Kesselheim An Uninformative Truth: The Logic of Amarin’s Off-Label Promotion PLoS Medicine 2016
Joan Teno , Vincent Mor Tube Feeding in US Nursing Home Residents With Advanced Dementia, 2000-2014 JAMA 2016
Lainie Friedman Ross Defining Death, The Chase for Choice Defining Death, The Chase for Choice 2016
M. Gregg Bloche Scandal as a Sentinel Event — Recognizing Hidden Cost–Quality Trade-offs New England Journal of Medicine 2016
David Meltzer Real-World Data: Policy Issues Regarding their Access and Use Medical Care 2016
Lawrence Casalino Patient-Centered Medical Home Adoption: Results From Aligning Forces For Quality Health Affairs 2016
David Hemenway Homicides by Police: Comparing Counts From the National Violent Death Reporting System, Vital Statistics, and Supplementary Homicide Reports American Journal of Public Health 2016
Aaron Kesselheim The High Cost of Prescription Drugs in the United States: Origins and Prospects for Reform JAMA 2016
Sandro Galea Population Health Science Oxford University Press 2016
Michelle Mello Managing the Risks of Concurrent Surgeries JAMA 2016
David Meltzer Recommendations for Conduct, Methodological Practices, and Reporting of Cost-effectiveness Analyses JAMA 2016
Gary Taubes The Case Against Sugar Penguin Random House 2016
Jennifer Hochschild Should APSA’s Most Prominent Award Continue to be Named after a Racist? Perspectives on Politics 2016
Jacqueline Zinn , Vincent Mor The Impact of Certificate-of-Need Laws on Nursing Home and Home Health Care Expenditures Medical Care Research and Review 2016
Edward Maibach Climate Change in the American Mind: November 2016 Yale University Climate Change Communication 2016
Aaron Kesselheim Physicians' Knowledge About FDA Approval Standards and Perceptions of the "Breakthrough Therapy" Designation JAMA 2016
Theda Skocpol The Koch Network and Republican Party Extremism Perspectives on Politics 2016
Suzanne Mettler Liking Health Reform But Turned Off By Toxic Politics Health Affairs 2016
Daniel Carpenter Recruitment by Petition: American Antislavery, French Protestantism, English Suppression Perspectives on Politics 2016
Lawrence Jacobs Fed Power Oxford University Press 2016
Alan Gerber Voter Mobilization, Experimentation, and Translational Social Science Perspectives on Politics 2016
Michelle Mello Managing the Risks of Concurrent Surgeries JAMA 2016
Aaron Kesselheim Translational research and the U.S. federal elections Science Translational Medicine 2016
Sherry Glied Hospital Revisits Within 30 Days After Conventional and Robotically Assisted Hysterectomy American Public Health Association 2016
Frank Thompson An Examination Of Medicaid Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment Initiatives Under Way In Six States Health Affairs 2015
John Cawley An economy of scales: A selective review of obesity's economic causes, consequences, and solutions Journal of Economics 2015
Stephen Hinshaw ADHD: What Everyone Needs to Know Oxford University Press 2015
Theda Skocpol , Lawrence Jacobs Health Care Reform and American Politics: What Everyone Needs to Know Oxford University Press 2015
Joseph Fins Rights Come to Mind: Brain Injury, Ethics, and the Struggle for Consciousness Cambridge University Press 2015
Joan Teno International Comparison of Death Place for Suicide: A Population-level Eight Country Death Certificate Study Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 2015
S.V. Subramanian Prevalence of Body Mass Index Lower Than 16 Among Women in Low- and Middle-Income Countries JAMA 2015
Edward Maibach Improving Public Engagement With Climate Change Five “Best Practice” Insights From Psychological Science Perspectives on Psychological Science 2015
William Hallman Online Purveyors of Raw Meat, Poultry, and Seafood Products: Delivery Policies and Available Consumer Food Safety Information Food Protection Trends 2015
Lawrence Jacobs , Theda Skocpol Health Care Reform and American Politics: What Everyone Needs to Know Health Care Reform and American Politics: What Everyone Needs to Know 2015
Haiden Huskamp Leveraging The Affordable Care Act To Enroll Justice-Involved Populations In Medicaid: State And Local Efforts Health Affairs 2015
Haiden Huskamp The Early Impact Of The ‘Alternative Quality Contract’ On Mental Health Service Use And Spending In Massachusetts Health Affairs 2015
Rachel Grob , Mark Schlesinger Educating, Enrolling, And Engaging: The State Of Marketplace Consumer Assistance Under The Affordable Care Act Health Affairs 2015
Edward Maibach The importance of assessing and communicating scientific consensus IOP Science 2015
Joan Teno Examining Variation in Hospice Visits by Professional Staff in the Last 2 Days of Life JAMA 2015
Richard Kronick DATAWATCH: The Growing Difference Between Public And Private Payment Rates For Inpatient Hospital Care Health Affairs 2015
Arline Geronimus Measuring Recent Apparent Declines In Longevity: The Role Of Increasing Educational Attainment Health Affairs 2015
S.V. Subramanian Moving Beyond Food Deserts: Reorienting United States Policies to Reduce Disparities in Diet Quality PLoS Medicine 2015
Sandro Galea Studying gun violence is the only way to figure out how to stop it – but we don’t The Conversation 2015
Ronald Bayer , Amy Fairchild In the Name of Population Well-Being: The Case for Public Health Surveillance Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 2015
Harold Pollack Key Proposals to Strengthen the Affordable Care Act The Century Foundation 2015
Harold Pollack Public Health Surveillance and Human Rights Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 2015
S.V. Subramanian Risk factors for chronic undernutrition among children in India: Estimating relative importance, population attributable risk and fractions Social Science and Medicine 2015
Edward Maibach Highlighting consensus among medical scientists increases public support for vaccines: evidence from a randomized experiment BMC Public Health 2015
Michelle Mello Sociodemographic Predictors of Vaccination Exemptions on the Basis of Personal Belief in California American Journal of Public Health 2015
Alan Gerber Partisan Bias in Factual Beliefs about Politics NOW Publishers / Quartery Journal of Political Science 2015
Peter Ubel Value Promotion in Health Care: The Importance of Symmetry JAMA 2015
Keith Wailoo Medicare and Medicaid at 50 Medicare and Medicaid at 50 2015
Jennifer Hochschild Do Facts Matter University Oklahoma Press 2015
Harold Pollack Medicare for All—If It Were Politically Possible—Would Necessarily Replicate the Defects of Our Current System Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 2015
James Foster Multi-Dimentional Poverty Measurement and Analysis Oxford Press 2015
Andrea Louise Campbell Trapped in America's Safety Net Perspectives on Politics 2015
Victor Rodwin Shanghai Rising: Health Improvements as Measured by Avoidable Mortality since 2000 International Journal of Health Policy and Management 2015
The Influence of Private Health Care Financing on Citizen Trust in Government Perspectives on Politics 2015
David Jones The Puzzle of Positive Results - Myocardial Revascularization The New England Journal of Medicine 2015
Susan Shapiro The Living Will as Improvisation Bifocal 2015
Jennifer Hochschild Technology Optimism or Pessimism about Genomic Science: Variation among Experts and Scholarly Disciplines Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 2015
Frank Levy Can Robots Be Lawyers? Computers, Lawyers, and the Practice of Law Social Science Research Network 2015
Aaron Kesselheim Do March-In Rights Ensure Access to Medical Products Arising From Federally Funded Research? A Qualitative Study Milbank Quarterly 2015
Jennifer Hochschild Do Facts Matter? Information and Misinformation in American Politics Do Facts Matter? Information and Misinformation in American Politics 2015
Howard Markel Last Call Milbank Quarterly 2015
Lainie Friedman Ross Transplantation Ethics Transplantation Ethics 2015
David Hemenway Violent Death Rates: The US Compared with Other High-income OECD Countries, 2010 American Journal of Medicine 2015
Diane Lauderdale , John Lantos Preterm Babies, Fetal Patients, and Childbearing Choices Preterm Babies, Fetal Patients, and Childbearing Choices 2015
David Meltzer Redesigning Care For Patients At Increased Hospitalization Risk: The Comprehensive Care Physician Model Health Affairs 2014
Gary Young Sustainability of Quality Improvement Following Removal of Pay-for-Performance Incentives Journal of General Internal Medicine 2014
Greg Duncan , Jens Ludwig Associations of Housing Mobility Interventions for Children in High-Poverty Neighborhoods With Subsequent Mental Disorders During Adolescence JAMA 2014
Stephen Hinshaw Number of Young Adults on ADHD Drugs Soars NBC News 2014
Richard Scheffler , Stephen Hinshaw Could School Testing Be Driving ADHD? NBC News 2014
Aaron Kesselheim New FDA Breakthrough-Drug Category — Implications for Patients New England Journal of Medicine 2014
Edward Maibach , Matthew Nisbet Climate Change and Health Sage Encyclopedia of Health Communication 2014
Neal Hooker , William Hallman The evolution of language complexity in qualified health claims Food Policy 2014
John Brekke A Pilot test of a Peer Navigator Intervention for Improving the Health of Individuals with Serious Mental Illness Community Mental Health Journal 2014
Anthony So New business models for antibiotic innovation Upsala Journal of Medical Sciences 2014
Jason Karlawish How Are We Going To Live With Alzheimer’s Disease? Health Affairs 2014
Joan Teno Profits Place Treatment Over Humane Care for Elderly The New York Times 2014
Alice Sardell Insuring Children's Health Lynne Rieneer Publishers 2014
Aaron Kesselheim Existing FDA Pathways Have Potential To ensure Early Access To, And Appropriate Use Of, Specialty Drugs Health Affairs 2014
Joan Teno Quality and Costs of End-of-Life Care: The Need for Transparency and Accountability JAMA 2014
Keith Wailoo Pain: A Political History Pain: A Political History 2014
Jason Corburn A Health-In-All-Policies Approach Addresses Many Of Richmond, California’s Place-Based Hazards, Stressors Health Affairs 2014
Julie Fairman Antitrust and the Future of Nursing: Federal Competition Policy and the Scope of Practice Health Matrix 2014
Gary Young Ensuring the Integrity and Transparency of Public Reports: How a Possible Oversight Model Could Benefit Healthcare American Journal of Acccountable Care 2014
Sara Rosenbaum Medicaid Payments and Access to Care The New England Journal of Medicine 2014
Michelle Mello , Thomas Gallagher Communication-And-Resolution Programs: The Challenges And Lessons Learned From Six Early Adopters Health Affairs 2014
Jennifer Hochschild ‘It Isn’t What We Don’t Know that Gives Us Trouble, It’s What We Know that Ain’t So’: Misinformation and Democratic Politics British Journal of Political Science 2014
Jennifer Hochschild Searching (With Minimal Success) for Links Between Immigration and Imprisonment The Oxford Handbook of Ethnicity, Crime, and Immigration 2014
Jennifer Hochschild Race, Ethnicity, and Education Policy The Oxford Handbook of Racial and Ethnic Politics in the United States 2014
Stephen Hinshaw , Richard Scheffler The ADHD Explosion: Myths, Medication, Money, and Today’s Push for Performance The ADHD Explosion: Myths, Medication, Money, and Today’s Push for Performance 2014
Peter Ubel Full Disclosure — Out-of-Pocket Costs as Side Effects New England Journal of Medicine 2013
Gary Young Redefining Payer-Provider Relationships in an Era of Pay for Performance: A Social Capital Perspective Quality Management in Health Care 2013
Gary Young Motivators and Hygiene Factors Among Physicians Responding to Explicit Incentives to Improve the Value of Care Quality Management in Health Care 2013
Michelle Mello Defensive medicine—legally necessary but ethically wrong? Inpatient stress testing for chest pain in low-risk patients JAMA Internal Medicine 2013
John Cawley A Case Study of a Workplace Wellness Program that Offers Financial Incentives for Weight Loss Journal of Economics 2013
Michelle Mello Breast cancer screening and medicolegal risk JAMA 2013
Edward Maibach Climategate, public opinion, and the loss of trust American Behavioral Scientist 2013
Frank Thompson States’ Commitment to Medicaid Before The Affordable Care Act Inquiry 2013
Frank Thompson Health Reform, Polarization, and Public Administration Public Administration Review 2013
Edward Maibach , Matthew Nisbet Conveying the Human Implications of Climate Change: Using Theory and Audience Research to Information Communication Efforts by Public Health Professionals Global Health Communication Strategies in the 21st Century 2013
John Brekke Reducing Health Disparities for People with Serious Mental Illness Best Practices in Mental Health 2013
John Brekke , Joel Braslow Experiencing Community: Perspectives of Individuals Diagnosed with Serious Mental Illness Psychiatric Services 2013
Joel Braslow The Manufacture of Recovery Annual Review of Clinical Psychology 2013
Carol Ashton , Nelda Wray Comparative Effectiveness Research Comparative Effectiveness Research 2013
Michelle Mello Sunlight as Disinfectant — New Rules on Disclosure of Industry Payments to Physicians New England Journal of Medicine 2013
Bhaven Sampat New Evidence on the Allocation of NIH Funds across Diseases Milbank Quarterly 2013
Aaron Kesselheim The most transformative drugs of the past 25 years: a survey of physicians Nature Reviews: Drug Discovery 2013
Celeste Watkins-Hayes The Micro-Dynamics of Support Seeking: The Social and Economic Utility of Institutional Ties for HIV-Positive Women The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social 2013
David Jones Broken Hearts: The Tangled History of Cardiac Care Broken Hearts: The Tangled History of Cardiac Care 2013
David Jones The Decline and Rise of Coronary Heart Disease: Understanding Public Health Catastrophism American Journal of Public Health 2013
Jason Karlawish Statins by Numbers The New York Times 2013
Susan Wolf Recommendations for returning genomic incidental findings? We need to talk! Genetics in Medicine 2013
Susan Wolf Patient Autonomy and Incidental Findings in Clinical Genomics Science 2013
Susan Wolf Return of Individual Research Results and Incidental Findings: Facing the Challenges of Translational Science Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 2013
Anthony So Antibiotic resistance—the need for global solutions The Lancet 2013
Joseph Fins Disorders of Consciousness and Disordered Care: Families, Caregivers, and Narratives of Necessity Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2013
Jason Corburn City Planning as a Structural Determinant of Health: Towards Healthy Urban Governance in the Century of the City Structural Approaches in Public Health 2013
Philip Cook The virtuous tax: Lifesaving and crime-prevention effects of the 1991 federal alcohol-tax increase Journal of Health Economics 2013
Thomas Gallagher , Michelle Mello Disclosure-and-Resolution Programs that Include Generous Compensation Offers May Prompt a Complex Patient Response Health Affairs 2012
Celeste Watkins-Hayes 'Dying From' to 'Living With': Framing Institutions and the Coping Processes of African American Women Living with HIV/AIDS Social Science and Medicine 2012
Thomas Gallagher Stepping out further from the shadows: Disclosure of harmful radiologic errors to patients Radiology 2012
Miriam Laugesen In Setting Doctors' Medicare Fees, CMS Almost Always Accepts The Relative Value Update Panel's Advice On Work Values Health Affairs 2012
Greg Duncan , Jens Ludwig Neighborhood Effects on the Long-Term Well-Being of Low-Income Adults Science Magazine 2012
Shoou-Yih Daniel Lee , Bryan Weiner Organizational Transformation: A Systematic Review of Empirical Research in Health Care and Other Industries Medical Care Research and Review 2012
Chris Uggen , Jason Schnittker Out and Down: Incarceration and Pyschiatric Disorders Journal of Health and Social Behavior 2012
Matthew Nisbet , Edward Maibach A Public Health Frame Arouses Hopeful Emotions about Climate Change Climatic Change 2012
Mark Hall Overbilling and Informed Financial Consent - A Contractual Solution NEJM 2012
Miriam Laugesen Perception of the Health System and Public Trust in Government Evidence from the World Health Surveys Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 2012
Frank Thompson The Safety-Net At The Crossroads: Wither Medicaid DSH? The Health Care “Safety-Net” in a Post-Reform World 2012
Mark Hall Regulating Stop-Loss Coverage May Be Needed to Deter Self-Insuring Small Employers from Undermining Market Reforms Health Affairs 2012
Matthew Nisbet Winning the Conversation: Framing and Moral Messaging in Environmental Campaigns Talking Green: Exploring Contemporary Issues in Environmental Communications 2012
William Hallman Food and scientific illiteracy Museums & Social Issues 2012
John Lantos , Diane Lauderdale Rising Preterm Birth Rates, 1989-2004: Changing Demographics or Changing Obstetric Practice? Social Science and Medicine 2012
Matthew Nisbet When Heat Kills: Global Warming As Public Health Threat NPR 2012
David Mechanic Seizing Opportunities Under the Affordable Care Act for Transforming the Mental and Behavioural Health System Health Affairs 2012
Aaron Kesselheim Secondary patenting could extend US market exclusivity of HIV drugs Norvir and Kaletra through 2028 Health Affairs 2012
Joseph Fins Severe Brain Injury and Organ Solicitation: A Call for Temperance Virtual Mentor 2012
Frank Thompson Health Care Politics and Policy in New York State Handbook of New York State Politics 2012
Aaron Kesselheim Origins of medical innovation: the case of coronary artery stents Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 2012
Gary Taubes Sweet Little Lies Mother Jones 2012
Aaron Kesselheim User fees and beyond — the FDA Safety and Innovation Act of 2012 New England Journal of Medicine 2012
Anthony So Technology Innovation for Infectious Diseases in the Developing World Infectious Diseases of Poverty Journal 2012
Aaron Kesselheim Ethical considerations in orphan drug approval and use Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 2012
David Jones The Contributions of Prevention and Treatment to the Decline in Cardiovascular Mortality: Lessons from a Forty-Year Debate Health Affairs 2012
Michael Cohen The Earlier the Longer: Disproportionate Time Allocated to Patients Discussed Early in Attending Physician Handoff Sessions Archives of Internal Medicine 2012
Frank Thompson Medicaid Politics Georgetown University Press 2012
Jason Corburn Why We Need Urban Health Equity Indicators: Integrating Science, Policy, and Community PLOS Medicine 2012
David Jones How Much CABG Is Good for Us? The Lancet 2012
Jonathan Skinner Withholds to Slow Medicare Spending JAMA 2012
Jennifer Hochschild Creating a New Racial Order: How Immigration, Multiracialism, Genomics, and the Young Can Remake Race in America Creating a New Racial Order: How Immigration, Multiracialism, Genomics, and the Young Can Remake Race in America 2012
Peter Ubel Critical Decisions: How You and Your Doctor Can Make the Right Medical Choices Together Critical Decisions: How You and Your Doctor Can Make the Right Medical Choices Together 2012
Eric Klinenberg Going Solo: The Extraordinary Rise and Surprising Appeal of Living Alone Going Solo: The Extraordinary Rise and Surprising Appeal of Living Alone 2012
Robert Sampson Great American City: Chicago and the Enduring Neighborhood Effect Great American City: Chicago and the Enduring Neighborhood Effect 2012
Alejandro Portes Health Care and Immigration: Understanding the Connections Health Care and Immigration: Understanding the Connections 2012
Beatrix Hoffman Health Care for Some Health Care for Some 2012
Celeste Watkins-Hayes How Neighborhoods Can Help Poor Black Women Fight AIDS Scholars Strategy Network 2012
Frank Thompson Medicaid Politics: Federalism, Policy Durability, and Health Reform Medicaid Politics: Federalism, Policy Durability, and Health Reform 2012
Jason Corburn Reconnecting Urban Planning and Public health The Oxford Handbook of Urban Planning 2012
Mark Hall , Sara Rosenbaum The Health Care Safety Net in a Post-Reform World The Health Care Safety Net in a Post-Reform World 2012
Harold Pollack It Isn’t Just Medicare: Don’t Forget Paul Ryan’s Vision for Medicaid The Daily Beast 2012
Julie Fairman The Right to Write: Nurse Practitioners and Prescription Prescribed: Writing, Filling, Using, and Abusing the Prescription in Modern America 2012
Harold Pollack Do Liberals Disdain the Disabled? The New York Times 2012
Debra Umberson Texas Professors Respond to New Research on Gay Parenting The Huffington Post 2012
David Blumenthal A Physician Goes to Washington . . . and Safely Returns JAMA 2012
Susan Shapiro Advance Directives: The Elusive Goal of Having the Last Word NAELA Journal 2012
Gary Young Financial incentives, professional values and performance: A study of pay-for-performance in a professional organization Journal of Organizational Behavior 2012
Jason Schnittker Despair by Association? The Mental Health of Mothers with Children by Recently Incarcerated Fathers American Sociological Review 2012
David Mechanic Tracking Medicine: A Researcher's Quest to Understand Health Care Health Affairs 2011
Jonathan Caulkins Drugs and Drug Policy: What Everyone Needs to Know Drugs and Drug Policy: What Everyone Needs to Know 2011
Joseph Fins Misuse of the FDA's Humanitarian Device Exemption in Deep Brain Stimulation for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Health Affairs 2011
Thomas Gallagher Accountability for medical error: Moving beyond blame to advocacy Chest 2011
Lawrence Casalino U.S. Physician Practices Versus Canadians: Spending Nearly Four Times as Much Money Interacting with Payers Health Affairs 2011
Barron Lerner Drunk Driving, Distracted Driving, Moralism, and Public Health NEJM 2011
Mark Hall Model Safety-Net Programs Could Care for the Uninsured at One-Half the Cost of Medicaid or Private Insurance Health Affairs 2011
Bhaven Sampat What are the Respective Roles of the Public and Private Sectors in Pharmaceutical Innovation? Health Affairs 2011
Lisa Iezzoni Eliminating Health and Health Care Disparities Among the Growing Population of People with Disabilities Health Affairs 2011
Haiden Huskamp Moving beyond Parity-Mental Health and Addiction Care under the ACA NEJM 2011
John Lantos , Diane Lauderdale What is Behind the Rising Rates of Preterm Birth in the United States? Rambam Maimonides Medical Journal 2011
Charles Bosk Explaining Michigan: An Ex Post Theory of a Quality Improvement Program Milbank Quarterly 2011
Jason Karlawish Narrative vs Evidence-Based Medicine-And, Not Or JAMA 2011
Greg Duncan , Jens Ludwig Neighborhoods, Obesity, and Diabetes-A Randomized Social Experiment NEJM 2011
Michelle Mello , Aaron Kesselheim "Pay for Delay" Settlement Disputes over Pharmaceutical Patents NEJM 2011
Edward Maibach Identifying Like-Minded Audiences for Global Warming Public Engagement Campaigns: An Audience Segmentation Analysis and Tool Development PLoS ONE 2011
Aaron Kesselheim Who Owns Federally Funded Research? The Supreme Court and the Bayh-Dole Act. NEJM 2011
Aaron Kesselheim False Claims Act Prosecution Did Not Deter Off-Label Drug Use in the Case of Neurontin Health Affairs 2011
Michelle Mello New Directions in Medical Liability Reform NEJM 2011
Joseph Fins "Wait, Wait---Don't Tell Me" ... Tuning in the Injured Brain Archives of Neurology 2011
Aaron Kesselheim Why Do the Same Drugs Look Different? Pills, Trade Dress, and Public Health NEJM 2011
Rachel Grob Family Stories: Narrative Genetics and Conceptions of Heritability in Pregnant Women J of Midwifery & Women's Health 2011
Rachel Grob Newborn Screening: Guiding Parents Through The Diagnostic Maze Contemporary Pediatrics 2011
Dorothy Roberts "What's Wrong with Race-based Medicine? Genes, Drugs, and Health Disparities," 2010 Dienard Memorial Lecture in Law & Medicine Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology 2011
Charles Bosk Why is UK Medicine No Longer a Self-regulating Profession? The Role of Scandals Involving "Bad Apple" Physicians in Reform Social Science and Medicine 2011
Matthew Nisbet Framing Peak Petroleum as a Public Health Problem: Audience Research and Participatory Engagement in the United States. American Journal of Public Health 2011
Mark Hall Not So Fast - Jurisdictional Barriers to the ACA Litigation NEJM 2011
David Blumenthal 2012 - A Watershed Election for Health Care NEJM 2011
David Blumenthal Wiring the Health System-Origins and Provisions of a New Federal Program NEJM 2011
Vincent Mor Growth of Racial and Ethnic Minorities in U.S. Nursing Homes Driven by Demographics and Possible Disparities in Options Health Affairs 2011
Linda Aiken Nurses for the Future NEJM 2011
Richard Deyo A Comparison of the Effects of 2 Types of Massage and Usual Care on Chronic Low Back Pain: A Randomized, Controlled Trial Annals of Internal Medicine 2011
Rachel Grob A House on Fire: Newborn Screening, Parents' Advocacy, and the Discourse of Urgency Patients as Policy Actors 2011
Sheila Rothman Health Advocacy Organizations and Evidence-Based Medicine JAMA 2011
Julie Fairman Nursing for the Future, from the Past: Two Reports on Nursing from the Institute of Medicine Journal of Nursing Education 2011
Aaron Kesselheim A Hemorrhage of Off-Label Use Annals of Internal Medicine 2011
Rachel Grob , Mark Schlesinger Epilogue: Principles for Engaging Patients in U.S. Health Care and Policy Patients as Policy Actors 2011
Alejandro Portes Health Care and Immigration - Understanding the Connections Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies 2011
Cynthia Connolly Pneumococcic Meningitis: Complete Recovery of a Six Month Old Infant Treated with Penicillin Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 2011
Daniel Carpenter A Unique Researcher Identifier for the Physician Payments Sunshine Act JAMA 2011
Dorothy Roberts Fatal Invention How Science, Politics, and Big Business Re-create Race in the Twenty-first Century Fatal Invention How Science, Politics, and Big Business Re-create Race in the Twenty-first Century 2011
Mark Hall Health Care Reform - What Went Wrong on the Way to the Courthouse NEJM 2011
Vincent Mor Policy Options to Improve Discharge Planning and Reduce Rehospitalization JAMA 2011
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Eugene Declercq Neonatal Mortality for Primary Cesarean and Vaginal Births to Low-Risk Women: Application of an Intention-to-Treat Model Birth 2008
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Frank Sloan Medical Malpractice Medical Malpractice 2008
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David Jones Therapeutic History and the Need for Archives: The Case of Cardiac Revascularization Journal of the History of Dentistry 2008
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Peter Jacobson Transforming Clinical Practice Guidelines into Legislative Mandates: Proceed with Abundant Caution JAMA 2008
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David Mechanic Mental Health and Social Policy: Beyond Managed Care, Fifth Edition Mental Health and Social Policy: Beyond Managed Care, Fifth Edition 2008
David Gaba Patient Safety Climate in U.S. Hospitals: Variation by Management Level Medical Care 2008
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Jay Kaufman Dissecting Disparities Medical Decision Making 2008
Vanessa Northington Gamble Mildred Jefferson African American Lives 2008
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Daniel Carpenter Drug-Review Deadlines and Safety Problems NEJM 2008
James Morone Morals and Health Policy Health Politics and Policy, 4th Edition 2008
Dennis Scanlon Persistence of HMO Performance Measures Health Services Research 2008
Harold Neighbors Use of Professional Services and Informal Support among African Americans and Caribbean Blacks with Mental Disorders Psychiatric Services 2008
Robert Sampson Durable Effects of Concentrated Disadvantage on Verbal Ability among African-American Children Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2008
Joseph Fins Neuroethics and Disorders of Consciousness: A Pragmatic Approach to Neuropalliative Care The Neurology of Consciousness, Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropathology 2008
Lawrence Jacobs Perspective: 1994 All Over Again? Public Opinion and Health Care NEJM 2008
R. Adams Dudley Variation in ICU Risk-Adjusted Mortality: Impact of Methods of Assessment and Potential Confounders Chest 2008
Eugene Declercq Effect of Late-Preterm Birth and Maternal Medical Conditions on Newborn Morbidity Risk Pediatrics 2008
Jonathan Caulkins Optimal Control of Nonlinear Processes Optimal Control of Nonlinear Processes 2008
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Philip Cook We've Got a Gun: Comparing Reports of Adolescents and Their Parents about Household Firearms J of Community Psychology 2008
Harold Neighbors Effects of Goal-Striving Stress on the Mental Health of Black Americans J of Health and Social Behavior 2008
Ronald Bayer Paternalism and Its Discontents: Motorcycle Helmet Laws, Libertarian Values, and Public Health The Contested Boundaries of American Public Health 2008
Charles Bosk Perspective: The Unintended Consequences of Training Residents in Dysfunctional Outpatient Settings Academic Medicine 2008
Jonathan Skinner What Explains the Diffusion of Treatments for Mental Illness? American Journal of Psychiatry 2008
Jay Kaufman Epidemiologic Analysis of Racial/Ethnic Disparities: Some Fundamental Issues and a Cautionary Example Social Science and Medicine 2008
Barbara Katz Rothman Perspectives in Medical Sociology Prenatal Diagnosis in Context 2008
M. Robin DiMatteo Physician and Patient Communication Training in Primary Care: Effects on Participation and Satisfaction Health Psychology 2008
David Gaba Workforce Perceptions of Hospital Safety Culture: Development and Validation of the Patient Safety Climate in Healthcare Organizations Survey Health Services Research 2008
Stephen Kunitz Ethics in Public Health Research: Changing Patterns of Mortality among American Indians AJPH 2008
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Phil Brown Prenatal Diagnosis in Context Prenatal Diagnosis in Context 2008
Julie Fairman Working with Primary Sources: An Overview Capturing Nursing History: A Guide to Historical Methods in Research 2008
Robert Aronowitz Framing Disease: An Underappreciated Mechanism for the Social Patterning of Health Social Science and Medicine 2008
M. Robin DiMatteo Psychosocial Barriers to Adherence and Lifestyle Change The Handbook of Health Behavior Change 3rd edition 2008
Harold Neighbors Prevalence of Substance Use Disorders among African Americans and Caribbean Blacks in the NSAL AJPH 2008
M. Robin DiMatteo Adherence and Health Outcomes: How Much Does Adherence Matter? The Handbook of Health Behavior Change 3rd edition 2008
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Richard Cooper , Jay Kaufman Race in Epidemiology: New Tools, Old Problems Annals of Epidemiology 2008
Eric Klinenberg Are You Ready for the Next Disaster? New York Times 2008
Frank Sloan From Medical Malpractice to Quality Assurance Issues in Science and Technology 2008
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David Gaba Recruitment of Hospitals for a Safety Climate Study: Facilitators and Barriers Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety 2008
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R. Adams Dudley Pay for Performance in Pediatrics: Proceed with Caution Pediatrics 2007
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Dennis Scanlon Promise and Problems with Supply Chain Management Approaches to Health Care Purchasing Health Care Management Review 2007
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Phil Brown Toxic Exposures: Contested Illnesses and the Environmental Health Movement Toxic Exposures: Contested Illnesses and the Environmental Health Movement 2007
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Harold Neighbors An Initial Exploration of What "Mental Health" Means to Young Black Men J of Men's Health and Gender 2007
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Richard Deyo Variation in Reported Safety of Lumbar Interbody Fusion: Influence of Industrial Sponsorship and Other Study Characteristics Spine 2007
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Carl Schneider Life's Golden Tree: Empirical Scholarship and American Law Utah Law Review 2006
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Richard Hall Lobbying as Legislative Subsidy American Political Science Review 2006
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Thomas Oliver The Politics of Public Health Policy Annual Review of Public Health 2006
Victor Rodwin A New Way to Compare Health Systems: Avoidable Hospital Conditions in Manhattan and Paris Health Affairs 2006
Steven Epstein Institutionalizing the New Politics of Difference in U.S. Biomedical Research: Thinking across the Science/State/Society Divides The New Political Sociology of Science: Institutions, Networks, and Power 2006
Michael Millenson Medical Bankruptcy: Myth versus Fact Health Affairs 2006
Alan Garber The Price of Growth in the Medical-Device Industry NEJM 2006
Carl Schneider After Autonomy Wake Forest Law Review 2006
Rosemary Stevens Medical Specialization as American Health Policy: Interweaving Public and Private Roles History and Health Policy in the United States: Putting the Past Back In 2006
Nicholas Christakis Mortality after the Hospitalization of a Spouse NEJM 2006
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Philip Cook The Social Costs of Gun Ownership J of Public Economics 2006
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Eugene Declercq Mothers Aren't Behind a Vogue for Caesareans Boston Globe 2006
Rachel Grob Parenting in the Genomic Age: The Cursed Blessing of Newborn Screening New Genetics and Society 2006
Rudolf Klein The Troubled Transformation of Britain's National Health Service NEJM 2006
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Robert Sampson Open Doors Don't Invite Criminals: Is Increased Immigration behind the Drop in Crime? New York Times 2006
Mark Hall Paying for What You Get and Getting What You Pay For: Legal Responses to Consumer-Driven Health Care Law and Contemporary Problems 2006
Alan Garber To Use Technology Better Health Affairs 2006
Norman Daniels Beyond Competition: The Normative Implications of Consumer-Driven Health Plans JHPPL 2006
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Michael Millenson Personalized Medicine: Finding the Patient's 'Doctor Within.' Medscape General Medicine 2006
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Harold Neighbors Prevalence of and Risk Factors for Lifetime Suicide Attempts among Blacks in the U.S. JAMA 2006
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Rudolf Klein , Theodore Marmor Reflections on Policy Analysis: Putting It Together Again The Oxford Handbook of Public Policy 2006
Lucian Leape Problem Doctors: Is There a System-Level Solution? Annals of Internal Medicine 2006
Theodore Marmor Understanding Social Insurance: Fairness, Affordability, and the 'Modernization' of Social Security and Medicare Health Affairs 2006
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David Mechanic Rhetoric, Realities, and the Plight of the Mentally Ill in America History and Health Policy in the United States: Putting the Past Back In 2006
R. Adams Dudley Public Reporting of Provider Performance: Can It Improve Quality? Can Its Impact Be Made Greater? Annual Review of Public Health 2006
G. Madison Powers What Does Social Justice Require for the Public's Health? Public Health Ethics and Policy Imperatives Health Affairs 2006
Eugene Declercq Cesarean Delivery: Background, Trends, and Epidemiology Seminars in Perinatology 2006
Robert Aronowitz Situating Health Risks: An Opportunity for Disease-Prevention Policy History and Health Policy in the United States: Putting the Past Back In 2006
David Smith Racial Disparities in Care: The Concealed Legacy of a Divided System Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2006
Harold Luft What Works and What Doesn't Work Well in the US Healthcare System Pharmacoeconomics 2006
Ronald Bayer , Amy Fairchild Changing the Paradigm for HIV Testing - The End of Exceptionalism NEJM 2006
Ruth Faden , G. Madison Powers Social Justice: The Moral Foundations of Public Health and Health Policy Social Justice: The Moral Foundations of Public Health and Health Policy 2006
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Peter Hammer Competition and Quality as Dynamic Processes in the Balkans of American Health Care JHPPL 2006
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Timothy Westmoreland Redeeming Hollow Promises: The Case for Mandatory Spending on Health Care for American Indians and Alaska Natives AJPH 2006
Elizabeth Armstrong , Daniel Carpenter Whose Deaths Matter? Mortality, Advocacy, and Attention to Disease in the Mass Media JHPPL 2006
Dennis Scanlon Competition in Health Insurance Markets: Limitations of Current Measures for Policy Analysis Medical Care Research and Review 2006
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Martin Gaynor Why Don't Courts Treat Hospitals Like Tanks for Liquefied Gases? Some Reflections on Health Care Antitrust Enforcement JHPPL 2006
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Stephen Kunitz The Health of Populations: General Theories and Particular Realities The Health of Populations: General Theories and Particular Realities 2006
Daniel Carpenter Reputation, Gatekeeping and the Politics of Post-marketing Drug Regulation Virtual Mentor: American Medical Association Journal of Ethics 2006
Barron Lerner A Case That Shook Medicine: How One Man's Rage over His Daughter's Death Sped Reform of Doctor Training The Washington Post 2006
Laurie Bauman , Ruth Stein Cumulative Social Disadvantage and Child Health Pediatrics 2006
Philip Cook The Jewel in the Federal Crown? History, Politics, and the National Institutes of Health History and Health Policy in the United States: Putting the Past Back In 2006
Beatrix Hoffman Restraining the Health Care Consumer: The History of Deductibles and Copayments in U.S. Health Insurance Social Science History 2006
Keith Wailoo A Death Retold: Jesica Santillan, the Bungled Transplant, and Paradoxes of Medical Citizenship A Death Retold: Jesica Santillan, the Bungled Transplant, and Paradoxes of Medical Citizenship 2006
Amy Fairchild Diabetes and Disease Surveillance Science 2006
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Mark Hall , Carl Schneider Rethinking Health Law Wake Forest Law Review 2006
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Harold Neighbors Effects of Racial Discrimination and Health Behaviors on Mental and Physical Health of Middle-Class African American Men Health Education and Behavior 2006
Keith Wailoo The Politics of Second Chances: Waste, Futility, and the Debate over Jessica's Second Transplant A Death Retold: Jesica Santillan, the Bungled Transplant, and Paradoxes of Medical Citizenship 2006
Mark Hall Rethinking Professional Ethics in the Cost-Sharing Era American J of Bioethics 2006
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David Blumenthal Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance in the U.S. - Origins and Implications NEJM 2006
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Arline Geronimus Getting a Piece of the Pie? The Economic Boom of the 1990s and Declining Teen Birth Rates in the U. S. Social Science and Medicine 2006
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Jill Quadagno Health Security for All: Dreams of Universal Health Care in America Bulletin of the History of Medicine 2006
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Michael Millenson Duty versus Interest: The History of Quality in Health Care Closing the Quality Chasm 2006
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Richard Frank , Thomas McGuire The Costs of Mental Health Parity: Still an Impediment? Health Affairs 2006
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Eugene Declercq Infant and Neonatal Mortality for Primary Cesarean and Vaginal Births to Women with "No Indicated Risk," U.S., 1998-2001 Birth Cohorts Birth 2006
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Stephen Kunitz Mortality of White Americans, African Americans, and Canadians: The Causes and Consequences for Health of Welfare State Institutions and Policies Milbank Quarterly 2005
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Daniel Carpenter A Proposal for Financing Postmarketing Drug Safety Studies by Augmenting the FDA User Fees Health Affairs Web Exclusives 2005
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Scott Burris Nodal Governance Australian J of Legal Philosophy 2005
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Rosalie Kane Ageism in Healthcare and Long-Term Care Generations 2005
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James Morone Obesity, Courts and the New Politics of Public Health JHPPL 2005
Barron Lerner Hope and Reality Lou Gerhrig's Way New York Times 2005
Philip Cook , Frank Sloan Are Alcohol Excise Taxes Good for Us? Short and Long-Term Effects on Mortality Rates NBER Working Paper 2005
R. Adams Dudley Pay-for-Performance Research: How to Learn what Clinicians and Policy Makers Need to Know JAMA 2005
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George Davey Smith , George Kaplan , John Lynch Associations between Income Inequality and Mortality among U.S. States: The Importance of Time Period and Source of Income Data AJPH 2005
Dora Costa Predicting Older Age Mortality Trends J of the European Economic Association 2005
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David Smith Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities and the Unfinished Civil Rights Agenda Health Affairs 2005
Lisa Iezzoni Improving Medicare for Beneficiaries with Disabilities Policy Challenges in Modern Health Care 2005
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Cathy Cohen Reclaiming Our Future: The State of AIDS among Black Youth in America The Black AIDS Institute 2005
Virginia Gray , David Lowery Reconsidering the Counter-Mobilization Hypothesis: Health Policy Lobbying in the American States Political Behavior 2005
Linda Aiken Improving Quality through Nursing Policy Challenges in Modern Health Care 2005
Dora Costa Causes of Improving Health and Longevity at Older Ages: A Review of the Explanations Genus 2005
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Theodore Marmor Comparative Perspectives and Policy Learning in the World of Health Care J of Comparative Policy Analysis 2005
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Alan Garber Consequences of Health Trends and Medical Innovation for the Future Elderly Health Affairs 2005
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James House Continuity and Change in the Social Stratification of Aging and Health over the Life Course: Evidence from a Nationally Representative Longitudinal Stude from 1986 to 2001/2 J of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 2005
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Elizabeth Armstrong Drug and Alcohol Use during Pregnancy: We Need to Protect, Not Punish, Women Women's Health Issues 2005
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Amy Finkelstein Dynamic Inefficiencies in Insurance Markets: Evidence from Long-Term Care Insurance American Economic Review 2005
Nancy Tomes The Great American Medicine Show Revisited Bulletin of the History of Medicine 2005
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Philip Cook The Net Effect of an Alcohol Tax Increase on Death Rates in Middle Age American Economic Review 2005
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Alan Garber Evidence-Based Guidelines as a Foundation for Performance Incentives Health Affairs 2005
David Smith The Politics of Racial Disparities: Desegregating the Hospitals in Jackson, MI Milbank Quarterly 2005
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Mark Hall The Role of State Regulation in Consumer-Driven Health Care American J of Law and Medicine 2005
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Lori Andrews Gene Patents: The Need for Bioethics Scrutiny and Legal Change Yale J of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics 2005
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David Williams Patterns and Causes of Disparities in Health Policy Challenges in Modern Health Care 2005
Lori Andrews Harnessing the Benefits of Biobanks J of Law, Medicine and Ethics 2005
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Vanessa Northington Gamble Physicians Black Women in America 2nd Edition 2005
Norman Daniels , Ichiro Kawachi Health Disparities by Race and Class: Why Both Matter Health Affairs 2005
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Rosemary Stevens Specialization, Specialty Organizations, and the Quality of Health Care Policy Challenges in Modern Health Care 2005
Robert Aronowitz Hormone Replacement Therapy, Cancer Controversies, and Women's Health: Historical, Epidemiological, Biological, Clinical, and Advocacy Perspectives J of Epidemiology and Community Health 2005
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Jo Phelan Fundamental Sources of Health Inequalities Policy Challenges in Modern Health Care 2005
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Vincent Mor , Jacqueline Zinn Driven to Tiers: Socioeconomic and Racial Disparities in the Quality of Nursing Home Care Milbank Quarterly 2004
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Richard Deyo Spinal-Fusion Surgery - The Case for Restraint NEJM 2004
Lori Andrews Ethics. Constructing Ethical Guidelines for Biohistory Science 2004
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Dalton Conley For Siblings, Inequality Starts at Home Chronicle of Higher Education 2004
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Daniel Carpenter Gatekeeping and the FDA's Role in Human Subjects Protection Virtual Mentor: American Medical Association Journal of Ethics 2004
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Arline Geronimus Teenage Childbearing as a Cultural Prism British Medical Bulletin 2004
Scott Burris Governance, Microgovernance and Health Temple Law Review 2004
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Dalton Conley My Brother the Bum Forbes 2004
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Joel Howell What the Doctors Read JHPPL 2004
Thomas Oliver Policy entrepreneurship in the Social Transformation of American Medicine: the rise of managed care and managed competition JHPPL 2004
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Dalton Conley John Edwards' Problem Brother LA Times 2004
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Phil Brown Public Involvement in Breast Cancer Research: An Analysis and Model for Future Research International J of Health Services 2004
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Peter Arno Income Inequality and Infant Mortality in New York City J of Urban Health 2003
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Linda Aiken Achieving an Interdisciplinary Workforce in Health Care NEJM 2003
Richard Deyo Patient Self-Referral for Radiologic Screening Tests: Clinical and Ethical Concerns J of the American Board of Family Practice 2003
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Norman Daniels An Ethical Template for Pharmacy Benefits Health Affairs 2003
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Steven Epstein Sexualizing Governance and Medicalizing Identities: The Emergence of "State-Centered" LGBT Health Politics in the U.S. Sexualities 2003
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Peter Hammer , William Sage Critical Issues in Hospital Antitrust Law Health Affairs 2003
Marc Rodwin The Dark Side of a Consumer-Driven Health System Frontiers of Health Services Management 2003
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Rosemary Stevens Themes in the History of Medical Professionalism Mt. Sinai J of Medicine 2002
Carol Weisman Thinking about Women's Health: The Case for Gender Sensitivity Women's Health Issues 2002
M. Gregg Bloche Trust and Betrayal in the Medical Marketplace Stanford Law Review 2002
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Mark Schlesinger A Loss of Faith: The Sources of Reduced Political Legitimacy for the American Medical Profession Milbank Quarterly 2002
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Peter Hammer , William Sage Antitrust, Health Care Quality, and the Courts Columbia Law Review 2002
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Richard Deyo Cascade Effects of Medical Technology Annual Review of Public Health 2002
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Lucian Leape What Practices Will Most Improve Safety? Evidence-based Medicine Meets Pt. Safety JAMA 2002
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Linda Aiken Hospital Nurse Staffing and Patient Mortality. Nurse Burnout and Job Dissatisfaction JAMA 2002
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Michael Millenson Pushing the Profession: How the News Media Turned Patient Safety into a Priority Quality & Safety in Health Care 2002
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James Morone The Politics of Obesity: Seven Steps to Government Action Health Affairs 2002
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Linda Aiken Nurses' Reports on Hospital Care in Five Countries Health Affairs 2001
Lawton Burns Why Provider-Sponsored Health Plans Don't Work Healthcare Financial Management 2001
Peter Jacobson Pegram's Regress: A Missed Chance for Sensible Judicial Review of Managed Care Decisions American J of Law and Medicine 2001
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James Robinson Physician Organization in California: Crisis and Opportunity Health Affairs 2001
Peter Hammer , Mark Peterson , William Sage Kenneth Arrow and the Changing Economics of Health Care Kenneth Arrow and the Changing Economics of Health Care 2001
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Phil Brown Print Media Coverage of Environmental Causation of Breast Cancer Sociology of Health and Illness 2001
Thomas Oliver State Health Politics and Policy: Rhetoric, Reality, and the Challenges Ahead The New Politics of State Health Policy 2001
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Lawrence Casalino Canaries in a Coal Mine: California Physician Groups and Competition Health Affairs 2001
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Sherry Glied Challenges and Options for Increasing the Number of Americans with Health Insurance Inquiry 2001
James House , John Lynch , David Williams Socioeconomic Disparities in Health Change in a Longitudinal Study of U.S. Adults: The Role of Health-Risk Behaviors Social Science and Medicine 2001
Peter Jacobson Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in the Courts: Recent Trends and Future Prospects JHPPL 2001
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Rosemary Stevens The Americanization of Family Medicine: Contradictions, Challenges, and Change, 1969-2000 Family Medicine 2001
David Mechanic 'Fifteen Minutes of Fame': Reflections on the Uses of Health Research Health Affairs 2001
James Robinson The End of Asymmetric Information JHPPL 2001
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Mark Peterson From Trust to Political Power: Interest Groups, Public Choice, and Health Care JHPPL 2001
William Sage The Lawyerization of Medicine JHPPL 2001
Sherry Glied Generation Vexed: Age-Cohort Differences in Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance Coverage Health Affairs 2001
David Mechanic The Managed Care Backlash: Perceptions and Rhetoric in Health Care Policy and the Potential for Health Care Reform Milbank Quarterly 2001
Sherry Glied Health Insurance and Market Failure since Arrow JHPPL 2001
M. Gregg Bloche The Market for Medical Ethics JHPPL 2001
Mark Peterson Health Politics and Policy in a Federal System JHPPL 2001
Marc Rodwin The Politics of Evidence-Based Medicine JHPPL 2001
David Mechanic How Should Hampsters Run? Some Observations about Sufficient Patient Time in Primary Care BMJ 2001
Jack Needleman The Role of Nonprofits in Health Care JHPPL 2001
Linda Aiken Human Inputs: The Health Care Workforce and Medical Markets JHPPL 2001
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Norman Daniels Justice, Health, and Health Care American J of Bioethics 2001
James Robinson Theory and Practice in the Design of Physician Payment Incentives Milbank Quarterly 2001
Mark Pauly Kenneth Arrow and the Changing Economics of Health Care. Forward. JHPPL 2001
Kenneth Warner Tobacco Control Policy: From Action to Evidence and Back Again American J of Preventive Medicine 2001
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Gloria Bazzoli Tracking the Changing Provider Landscape: Implications for Health Policy and Practice Health Affairs 2001
Rosalie Kane Long-Term Care and a Good Quality of Life: Bringing Them Closer Together The Gerontologist 2001
Annetine Gelijns Uncertainty and Technological Change in Medicine JHPPL 2001
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Arline Geronimus Understanding and Eliminating Racial Inequalities in Women's Health in the U.S.: The Role of the Weathering Conceptual Framework J of American Medical Women's Association 2001
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Michael Millenson Moral Hazard vs. Real Hazard: Quality of Care Post-Arrow JHPPL 2001
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David Hemenway National Attitudes Concerning Gun Carrying in the U.S. Injury Prevention 2001
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Carol Weisman The Trends in Health Care Delivery for Women: Challenges for Medical Education Academic Medicine 2000
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James Robinson The Future of Managed Care Organization Health Affairs 1999
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