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bstracts of peer-reviewed journal articles authored by HSC staff members and outside researchers are provided on the web site. To obtain a full copy of the article, please contact the corresponding journal. An e-mail link to the related journal is at the bottom of each abstract for your convenience.

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Title Date Document Info  
Understanding Differences Between High- and Low-Price Hospitals: Implications for Efforts to Rein In Costs Jan. 29, 2014 Health Affairs  
When Medicare Cuts Hospital Prices, Seniors Use Less Inpatient Care October 2013 Health Affairs  
How Do Hospitals Cope with Sustained Slow Growth in Medicare Prices? Oct. 1, 2013 Health Services Research  
Using Science to Shape Medicare Physician Payment Aug. 12, 2013 JAMA Internal Medicine  
High Physician Concern About Malpractice Risk Predicts More Aggressive Diagnostic Testing In Office-Based Practice August 2013 Health Affairs  
Geographic Variations in the Cost of Treating Condition-Specific Episodes of Care among Medicare Patients July 5, 2013 Health Services Research  
Geographic Variation in Fee-for-Service Medicare Beneficiaries’ Medical Costs Is Largely Explained by Disease Burden May 28, 2013 Medical Care Research and Review  
Geographic Variation in Fee-for-Service Medicare Beneficiaries’ Medical Costs is Largely Explained by Disease Burden May 28, 2013 Supplementary Appendix  
Contrary to Cost-Shift Theory, Lower Medicare Hospital Payment Rates for Inpatient Care Lead to Lower Private Payment Rates May 2013 Health Affairs  
Achieving Health Care Cost Containment Through Provider Payment Reform that Engages Patients and Providers May 2013 Health Affairs  
After-Hours Access to Primary Care Practices Linked with Lower Emergency Department Use and Less Unmet Medical Need Dec. 12, 2012 Health Affairs  
Care Coordination Agreements: Barriers, Facilitators and Lessons Learned November 2012 American Journal of Managed Care  
Do Early Career Indicators of Clinical Skill Predict Subsequent Career Outcomes and Practice Characteristics for General Internists? Nov. 7, 2012 Health Services Research  
Despite the Recession's Effects on Incomes and Jobs, the Share of People with High Medical Costs was Mostly Unchanged Oct. 24, 2012 Health Affairs  
Fee-for-Service Will Remain a Feature of Major Payment Reforms, Requiring More Changes in Medicare Physician Payment September 2012 Health Affairs  
Safety-Net Providers in Some U.S. Communities Have Increasingly Embraced Coordinated Care Models August 2012 Health Affairs  
After-Hours Care and its Coordination with Primary Care in the U.S. June 4, 2012 Journal of General Internal Medicine  
The Growing Power of Some Providers to Win Steep Payment Increases from Insurers Suggests Policy Remedies May be Needed May 2012 Health Affairs  
Durable Medical Equipment and Home Health Among the Largest Contributors to Area Variations in Use of Medicare Services May 2012 Health Affairs  
Hospitals' Geographic Expansion in Quest of Well-Insured Patients: Will the Outcome be Better Care, More Cost, or Both? April 2012 Health Affairs  
Medicare Spending, Mortality Rates and Quality of Care March 8, 2012 International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics  
Slower Growth in Medicare Spending—Is This the New Normal? March 7, 2012 New England Journal of Medicine  
A Comparison of Two Approaches to Increasing Access to Care: Expanding Coverage Versus Increasing Physician Fees Feb. 3, 2012 Health Services Research  
Transmitting and Processing Electronic Prescriptions: Experiences of Physician Practices and Pharmacies Nov. 21, 2011 Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Health Care's Role in Deficit Reduction—Guiding Principles Oct. 27, 2011 New England Journal of Medicine  
Raising Low 'Patient Activation' Rates Among Hispanic Immigrants May Equal Expanded Coverage in Reducing Access Disparities October 2011 Health Affairs  
Reforming Provider Payment—The Price Side of the Equation Oct. 6, 2011 New England Journal of Medicine  
The Relationship between Physician Compensation Strategies and the Intensity of Care Delivered to Medicare Beneficiaries July 25, 2011 Health Services Research  
Improving Health Care Access for Low-Income People: Lessons from Ascension Health's Community Collaboratives July 2011 Health Affairs  
Spending to Save—ACOs and the Medicare Shared Savings Program May 25, 2011 New England Journal of Medicine  
Tapping the Unmet Potential of Health Information Technology March 24, 2011 New England Journal of Medicine  
The Elusive Benefits of Chronic Care Management March 14, 2011 Archives of Internal Medicine  
Follow the Money: Factors Associated with the Cost of Treating High-Cost Medicare Beneficiaries Feb. 11, 2011 Health Services Research  
Qualitative Methods: A Crucial Tool for Understanding Changes in Health Systems and Health Care Delivery Jan. 21, 2011 Medical Care Research and Review  
Referral and Consultation Communication Between Primary Care and Specialist Physicians: Finding Common Ground Jan. 10, 2011 Archives of Internal Medicine  
Rapidly Evolving Physician-Payment Policy -- More Than the SGR Dec. 8, 2010 New England Journal of Medicine  
Explaining the Increase in Family Financial Pressures from Medical Bills Between 2003 and 2007 Sept. 16, 2010 Medical Care Research and Review  
Where Americans Get Acute Care: Increasingly, It's Not at Their Doctor's Office September 2010 Health Affairs  
Physicians' Fears of Malpractice Lawsuits are Not Assuaged by Tort Reforms September 2010 Health Affairs  
Creating a Parsimonious Typology of Physician Financial Incentives July 10, 2010 Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology  
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