Objective To determine which area-based socioeconomic status (SES) indicator is best suited to monitor health care disparities from a delivery system perspective.
Author Archives: Health Services Research
Objective To examine the effect of the recession on the financial performance of safety-net versus non-safety-net hospitals.
Objective Develop an improved method for auditing hospital cost and quality tailored to a specific hospital’s patient population.
Objective To examine the robustness of findings regarding state-level adult dependent coverage expansions using detailed outcomes that specify coverage source.
Objective To examine the patterns of health care utilization by the elderly and test the influence of functional decline.
Objective To estimate the effect of premium increases on the probability that near-poor and moderate-income children disenroll from public coverage.
Objective To assess the ability of different self-reported health (SRH) measures to prospectively identify individuals with high future health care needs among adults eligible for Medicaid.
Objective To assess whether adoption of the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) reduces emergency department (ED) utilization among patients with and without chronic illness.
Objective To estimate cumulative DI, SSI, Medicare, and Medicaid expenditures from initial disability benefit award to death or age 65.
Objective The purpose of this article was to identify some common organizational features of multisector health care alliances (MHCAs) and the analytic challenges presented by those characteristics in assessing organizational change.
Objective To explore the impact of nursing home acquisition by private investment firms on nursing home costs, revenue, and overall financial health.
Objectives To examine which components of medical homes affect time families spend arranging/coordinating health care for their children with special health care needs (CSHCNs) and providing health care at home.
Objective To demonstrate the importance of diagnostic aggregation when assessing hospitals.