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Title Date Document Info Author  

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

February 2014 NIHCR Research Brief No. 14 Amelia Bond  

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

Jan. 29, 2014 Journal Article Amelia Bond  

If the Price is Right, Most Uninsured—Even Young Invincibles—Likely to Consider New Health Insurance Marketplaces

September 2013 HSC Research Brief No. 28 Amelia Bond  

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

September 2013 HSC Research Brief No. 27 Amelia Bond  

After-Hours Care and its Coordination with Primary Care in the U.S.

June 4, 2012 Journal Article Amelia Bond  

Economic Downturn Strains Miami Health Care System

September 2011 Community Report No. 11 Amelia Bond  

Rising Hospital Employment of Physicians: Better Quality, Higher Costs?

August 2011 Issue Brief No. 136 Amelia Bond  

Health Care Certificate-of-Need Laws: Policy or Politics?

May 2011 NIHCR Research Brief No. 4 Amelia Bond  

Greenville & Spartanburg: Surging Hospital Employment of Physicians Poses Opportunities and Challenges

February 2011 Community Report No. 6 Amelia Bond  

Northern New Jersey Health Care Market Reflects Urban-Suburban Contrasts

December 2010 Community Report No. 4 Amelia Bond  

Cleveland Hospital Systems Expand Despite Weak Economy

September 2010 Community Report No. 2 Amelia Bond  

Detroit: Motor City to Medical Mecca?

August 2010 Community Report Amelia Bond  


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