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Title Date Document Info Author  

Predictors of the Growing Influence of Clinical Practice Guidelines

March 27, 2007 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

CHIPing Away at the Problem of Uninsured Children

Why Children Lack Health Insurance
October 1998 Research Report No. 02 James Reschovsky  

Rapidity and Modality of Imaging for Acute Low Back Pain in Elderly Patients

May 25, 2009 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Tax Credits and the Affordability of Individual Health Insurance

July 2002 Issue Brief No. 53 James Reschovsky  

Changes in Career Satisfaction Among Primary Care and Specialist Physicians, 1997-2001

Janurary 22, 2003 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Health and the Cost of Nongroup Insurance

Fall 2003 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Physician Incomes in Rural and Urban America

January 2005 Issue Brief No. 92 James Reschovsky  

CHIPing Away at the Problem of Uninsured Children

August 1998 Issue Brief No. 14 James Reschovsky  

No Exodus: Physicians and Managed Care Networks

May 2006 Tracking Report No. 14 James Reschovsky  

Do Early Career Indicators of Clinical Skill Predict Subsequent Career Outcomes and Practice Characteristics for General Internists?

Nov. 7, 2012 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

The Effects of SCHIP on Children's Health Insurance Coverage

An Update Based on Three Rounds of the Community Tracking Study, 1996-97 to 2000-01
December 2002 Research Report No. 7 James Reschovsky  

Great Recession Accelerated Long-Term Decline of Employer Health Coverage

March 2012 NIHCR Research Brief No. 8 James Reschovsky  

Does Type of Health Insurance Affect Health Care Use and Assessments of Care Among the Privately Insured?

April 2000 James Reschovsky  

Referral and Consultation Communication Between Primary Care and Specialist Physicians: Finding Common Ground

Jan. 10, 2011 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Do HMOs Make a Difference?

Introduction
Winter 1999/2000 James Reschovsky  

Medicare Fees and Volume of Physicians' Services

Winter 2009/10 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Inpatient Hospital Prices Drive Spending Variation for Episodes of Care for Privately Insured Patients

February 2014 NIHCR Research Brief No. 14 James Reschovsky  

Geographic Variation in Fee-for-Service Medicare Beneficiaries’ Medical Costs Is Largely Explained by Disease Burden

May 28, 2013 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Insurance Premiums and Insurance Coverage of Near-Poor Children

Winter 2006/2007 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Do Primary Care Physicians Treating Minority Patients Report Problems Delivering High-Quality Care?

April 22, 2008 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Access to Prescription Drugs for Medicare Beneficiaries

March 2009 Tracking Report No. 23 James Reschovsky  

Are HMO Enrollees Healthier Than Others? Results from the Community Tracking Study

Not Necessarily. Cost Considerations and Age Can be More Important Than Health Status in Decisions to Enroll in an HMO
May/June 2002 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Kinder and Gentler: Physicians and Managed Care, 1997-2001

November 2002 Tracking Report No. 5 James Reschovsky  

Small Firms' Demand for Health Insurance: The Decision to Offer Insurance

Summer 2002 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Trends in U.S. Health Insurance Coverage, 2001-2003

August 2004 Tracking Report No. 9 James Reschovsky  

Do HMOs Make a Difference?

Comparing Access, Service Use and Satisfaction Between Consumers in HMOs and Non-HMOs
March 2000 Issue Brief No. 28 James Reschovsky  

Effects of Compensation Methods and Physician Group Structure on Physicians' Perceived Incentives to Alter Services to Patients

April 2006 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Geographic Variations in the Cost of Treating Condition-Specific Episodes of Care among Medicare Patients

July 5, 2013 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

SCHIP, Medicaid Expansions Lead to Shifts in Children's Coverage

December 2002 Issue Brief No. 59 James Reschovsky  

Medicare Spending, Mortality Rates and Quality of Care

March 8, 2012 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Trends In Out-Of-Pocket Spending By Insured American Workers, 1990-1997

The 1990s were kind to insured health care consumers--lower out-of-pocket spending offset rising premiums.
March/April 2001 James Reschovsky  

Follow the Money: Factors Associated with the Cost of Treating High-Cost Medicare Beneficiaries

Feb. 11, 2011 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Do HMOs Make a Difference?

Data and Methods
Winter 1999/2000 James Reschovsky  

Creating a Parsimonious Typology of Physician Financial Incentives

July 10, 2010 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Expectations Outpace Reality: Physicians' Use of Care Management Tools for Patients with Chronic Conditions

December 2009 Issue Brief No. 129 James Reschovsky  

Physician Financial Incentives: Use of Quality Incentives Inches Up, but Productivity Still Dominates

January 2007 Issue Brief No. 108 James Reschovsky  

Why Do Hispanics Have So Little Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance?

Fall 2007 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

More Nonelderly Americans Face Problems Affording Prescription Drugs

January 2009 Tracking Report No. 22 James Reschovsky  

Assessments of Medical Care by Enrollees in For-Profit and Nonprofit Health Maintenance Organizations

April 25, 2002 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Working Families' Health Insurance Coverage, 1997-2001

August 2002 Tracking Report No. 4 James Reschovsky  

Insurance Product Design and Its Effects

Trade-Offs Along the Managed Care Continuum
Summer 2002 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

The Effect of Tax Credits for Nongroup Insurance on Health Spending by the Uninsured

Feb. 25, 2004 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Managed Care in the Doctor's Office:

Has the Revolution Stalled?
November 2001 James Reschovsky  

Medicare Fees and Physicians' Medicare Service Volume: Beneficiaries Treated and Services per Beneficiary

June 2006 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Paying More for Primary Care: Can It Help Bend the Medicare Cost Curve?

March 2012 Commonwealth Fund Issue Brief James Reschovsky  

Insurers Consolidate, Hospitals Struggle Financially

Syracuse, New York
Winter 2001 Community Report No. 05 James Reschovsky  

Geographic Variation in Health Care: Changing Policy Directions

April 2011 NIHCR Policy Analysis No. 4 James Reschovsky  

Do HMOs Make a Difference?

Access to Health Care
Winter 1999/2000 James Reschovsky  

Physicians' Fears of Malpractice Lawsuits are Not Assuaged by Tort Reforms

September 2010 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Physicians' Assessments of Their Ability to Provide High Quality Care in a Changing Health Care System

March 2001 James Reschovsky  

Medicare Fees and the Volume of Physicians' Services

Winter 2009/2010 Journal Article - Technical Appendices James Reschovsky  

High and Varying Prices for Privately Insured Patients Underscore Hospital Market Power

September 2013 HSC Research Brief No. 27 James Reschovsky  

High Physician Concern About Malpractice Risk Predicts More Aggressive Diagnostic Testing In Office-Based Practice

August 2013 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Leaving Medicine: The Consequences of Physician Dissatisfaction

March 2006 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Health Care Perceptions and Experiences

It's Not Whether You Are in an HMO, It's Whether You Think You Are
September 2000 Issue Brief No. 30 James Reschovsky  

Health and the Cost of Nongroup Insurance

July 2002 Working Paper James Reschovsky  

Consumer Beliefs and Health Plan Performance

It's Not Whether You Are in an HMO But Whether You Think You Are
June 2002 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Physicians' Views Of Formularies: Implications For Medicare Drug Benefit Design

Doctor's opinions on formularies tend to vary with the amount of their practice revenues that comes from capitation.
January/February 2004 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Access and Quality: Does Rural America Lag Behind?

July/August 2005 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Personal, Organizational and Market Level Influences on Physicians' Practice Patterns

Results of a National Survey of Primary Care Physicians
August 2001 James Reschovsky  

Why Employer-Sponsored Insurance Coverage Changed, 1997-2003

May/June 2006 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Durable Medical Equipment and Home Health Among the Largest Contributors to Area Variations in Use of Medicare Services

May 2012 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

The Effects of SCHIP on Children's Health Insurance Coverage

Early Evidence from the Community Tracking Study
December 2002 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

The Relationship between Physician Compensation Strategies and the Intensity of Care Delivered to Medicare Beneficiaries

July 25, 2011 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Do HMOs Make a Difference?

Summary and Implications
Winter 1999/2000 James Reschovsky  

Physician Ownership of Medical Equipment

December 2010 Data Bulletin No. 36 James Reschovsky  

Employer Health Insurance Premium Subsidies Unlikely to Enhance Coverage Significantly

December 2001 Issue Brief No. 46 James Reschovsky  

Modest and Uneven: Physician Efforts to Reduce Racial and Ethnic Disparities

February 2010 Issue Brief No. 130 James Reschovsky  

Understanding Differences Between High- and Low-Price Hospitals: Implications for Efforts to Rein In Costs

Jan. 29, 2014 Journal Article James Reschovsky  

Geographic Variation in Fee-for-Service Medicare Beneficiaries’ Medical Costs is Largely Explained by Disease Burden

May 28, 2013 Supplementary Appendix James Reschovsky  
         



 

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