Skip to Main Content

List of Past Articles

This list is designed to search the Health Care Financing Review (HCF Review journal for articles by author, title, abstract, by MeSH (Medical Subject Headings assigned by the National Library of Medicine) terms, or by National Technical Information Service (NTIS).


Title First Author Date of Pub Pages
Evaluating the predictive validity of nursing home pre-admission screens. Jackson, Mary E 1993 Summer 169-180
Analysis of services received under Medicare by specialty of physician. Pine, Penelope L 1981 Sep 89-116
Design of a prospective payment patient classification system for ambulatory care. Averill, Richard F 1993 Fall 71-100
Loss of Medicaid and access to health services. Brown, E Richard 1991 Summer 17-26
Reimbursement of sole community hospitals under Medicare's prospective payment system. Freiman, Marc P 1987 Winter 39-54
Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Prescription Coverage and Medication Use Briesacher, Becky 2003 Winter 63-76
Physicians' charges under Medicare: assignment rates and beneficiary liability. Ferry, Thomas P 1980 Winter 49-73
Commentary on some studies on the quality of care. Donabedian, Avedis 1987 Supp. 75-85
HCFA's racial and ethnic data: Current accuracy and recent improvements Arday, Susan L 2000 Summer 107-127
National health expenditures, 1978. Gibson, Robert M 1979 Summer 1-36
Medicare second surgical opinion programs: the effect of waiving cost-sharing. Friedlob, Alan S 1982 Sep 99-106
Evaluating the predictive validity of nursing home pre-admission screens. Jackson, Mary E 1993 Summer 169-180
Minority health status in adulthood: The middle years of life LaVeist, Thomas A 2000 Summer 9-21
Health spending and ability to pay: business, individuals, and government. Levit, Katharine R 1989 Spring 1-12
National Health Expenditures, 2002 Cowan, Cathy 2004 Summer 143-166
Comparing case-mix systems for nursing home payment. Fries, Brant E 1990 Summer 103-119
Reflections on the enactment of Medicare and Medicaid. Cohen, Wilbur J 1985 Supp. 3-11
National health expenditures, 1995. Levit, Katharine R 1996 Fall 175-214
Longitudinal patterns of enrollment and expenditures for a Medicaid cohort. Howell, Embry M 1988 Fall 71-85
Analysis of services received under Medicare by specialty of physician. Pine, Penelope L 1981 Sep 89-116
How recalibration method, pricing, and coding affect DRG weights. Carter, Grace M 1992 Winter 83-96
A study of the "crossover population": aged persons entitled to both Medicare and Medicaid. McMillan, Alma 1983 Summer 19-46
Acute physiology and chronic health evaluation (APACHE II) and Medicare reimbursement. Wagner, Douglas P 1984 Supp. 91-105
Consumer perspectives on information needs for health plan choice. Gibbs, Deborah A 1996 Fall 55-73
Medicare and Medicaid physician payment incentives. Burney, Ira L 1979 Summer 62-78
Community hospital statistics. Donham, Carolyn S 1989 Summer 121-140
Cost effectiveness of home and community-based care. Vertrees, James C 1989 Summer 65-78
Trends in hospital labor and total factor productivity, 1981-86. Cromwell, Jerry L 1989 Summer 39-50
Adjusting Medicare capitation payments using prior hospitalization data. Ash, Arlene S 1989 Summer 17-29
Health care indicators. Donham, Carolyn S 1989 Spring 125-145
Conventional health insurance: a decade later. DiCarlo, Steven 1989 Spring 87-89
Expenditures for long-term care services by community elders. Ruchlin, Hirsch S 1989 Spring 55-65
Prospective payments to hospitals: should emergency admissions have higher rates? Melnick, Glenn A 1989 Spring 29-39
Using marginal analysis to evaluate health spending trends. Kowalczyk, George I 1988 Winter 123-129
Factors affecting Medicaid patients' length of stay in psychiatric units. Lave, Judith R 1988 Winter 57-66
Are the diagnosis-related group case weights compressed? Thorpe, Kenneth E 1988 Winter 37-46
Physician incomes and work patterns across specialties: 1975 and 1983-84. Langenbrunner, John C 1988 Winter 17-24
Use and cost of home health agency services under Medicare. Ruther, Martin M 1988 Fall 105-108
Beneficiary selection, use, and charges in two Medicare capitation demonstrations. Kasper, Judith D 1988 Fall 37-49
To sign or not to sign: physician participation in Medicare, 1984. Mitchell, Janet B 1988 Fall 17-26
Evaluation of the Medicare competition demonstrations. Langwell, Kathryn M 1989 Winter 65-80
Expenditures for ambulatory episodes of care: the Michigan Medicaid experience. McDevitt, Roland D 1989 Winter 43-55
Do unprofitable patients face access problems? Newhouse, Joseph P 1989 Winter 33-42
State policies and the financing of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome care. Pascal, Anthony H 1989 Fall 91-104
Access and satisfaction in the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System. McCall, Nelda 1989 Fall 63-77
Occupational adjustment of the prospective payment system wage index. Pope, Gregory C 1989 Fall 49-61
Health services utilization and physician income trends. Sandier, Simone 1989 Supp. 33-48
International differences in medical care practices. McPherson, Klim 1989 Supp. 9-20
Overview of international comparisons of health care expenditures. Schieber, George J 1989 Supp. 1-7
Medicare assignment rates of physicians: their responses to changes in reimbursement policy. Paringer, Lynn 1980 Winter 75-89
Projections of national health expenditures, 1980, 1985, and 1990. Freeland, Mark S 1980 Winter 1-28
A descriptive analysis of medical malpractice insurance premiums, 1974-1977. Greenspan, Nancy T 1979 Fall 65-71
National hospital input price index. Freeland, Mark S 1979 Summer 37-61
Health expenditures by age group, 1977 and 1987. Waldo, Daniel R 1989 Summer 111-120
Use and cost of short-stay hospital inpatient services under Medicare, 1986. Helbing, Charles 1989 Summer 93-109
Prenatal, delivery, and infant care under Medicaid in three states. Howell, Embry M 1989 Summer 1-16
Growth of the Medicare population. Mariano, L Antonio 1989 Spring 123-124
Use and cost of physician and supplier services under Medicare, 1986. Helbing, Charles 1989 Spring 109-122
Assessing Medicare reimbursement options for skilled nursing facility care. Holahan, John 1989 Spring 13-27
National health expenditures, 1987. Letsch, Suzanne W 1988 Winter 109-122
Medicare: short-stay hospital services, by leading diagnosis-related groups, 1983 and 1985. Latta, Viola B 1988 Winter 79-107
Patterns of Medicaid utilization and expenditures in selected states: 1980-84. Howell, Embry M 1988 Winter 1-16
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in California's Medicaid program, 1981-84. Andrews, Roxanne M 1988 Fall 95-103
Evaluation of the national swing-bed program in rural hospitals. Shaughnessy, Peter W 1988 Fall 87-94
Factors influencing readmission risk: implications for quality monitoring. Holloway, James J 1989 Winter 19-32
Hospital utilization and expenditures in a Medicaid population. Buczko, William 1989 Fall 35-47
Differences by age groups in health care spending. Fisher, Charles R 1980 Spring 65-90
Controlling the cost of drugs: the Canadian experience. Fulda, Thomas K 1979 Fall 55-64
Medicaid utilization control programs: results of a 1987 study. Lindsey, Phoebe A 1989 Summer 79-92
Developing payment refinements and reforms under Medicare for excluded hospitals. Langenbrunner, John C 1989 Spring 91-107
Medicaid eligibility for persons in nursing homes. Carpenter, Letty 1988 Winter 67-77
Capitation payment: using predictors for medical utilization to adjust rates. Epstein, Arnold M 1988 Fall 51-69
Longitudinal patterns of Medicare use by cause of death. Riley, Gerald F 1989 Winter 1-12
Physician charges and utilization trends. Edwards, Winston O 1989 Fall 117-123
Utilization and expenditures under Medicaid for Supplemental Security Income disabled. Adams, E Kathleen 1989 Fall 1-24
What can Americans learn from Europeans? Jonsson, Bengt 1989 Supp. 79-93; discussion 93-110
Taxation and its effect upon public and private health insurance and medical demand. Greenspan, Nancy T 1980 Spring 39-45
Cost containment through risk-sharing by primary care physicians: a history of the development of United Healthcare. Moore, Stephen H 1980 Spring 1-14
Toward developing a relative value scale for medical and surgical services. Hsiao, William C 1979 Fall 23-38
Analysis of variations in hospital use by Medicare patients in PSRO areas, 1974-1977. Deacon, Ronald W 1979 Summer 79-107
Experience of a Medicaid nursing home entry cohort. Ray, Wayne A 1989 Summer 51-63
Potential for inpatient-outpatient substitution with diagnosis-related groups. Roos, Noralou P 1989 Summer 31-38
Assessing potential prescription reimbursement changes: estimated acquisition costs in Wisconsin. Kreling, David H 1989 Spring 67-75
Adjusting capitation rates using objective health measures and prior utilization. Newhouse, Joseph P 1989 Spring 41-54
Longlife insurance: a prototype for funding long-term care. Getzen, Thomas E 1988 Winter 47-56
Does one national prospective payment system market basket make sense? Cromwell, Jerry L 1988 Winter 25-35
Clinical and sociodemographic risk factors for readmission of Medicare beneficiaries. Holloway, James J 1988 Fall 27-36
Trends in Medicare enrollee use of physician and supplier services, 1983-86. Fisher, Charles R 1988 Fall 1-16
Inspection of care: findings from an innovative demonstration. Morris, John N 1989 Winter 57-63
Rural hospital wages. Hendricks, Ann M 1989 Winter 13-18
Health care indicators: community hospital statistics; employment, hours, and earnings in the private health sector; health care prices; and national economic indicators. Donham, Carolyn S 1989 Fall 125-144
Use and cost of skilled nursing facility services under Medicare, 1987. Latta, Viola B 1989 Fall 105-116
Pricing Medicare's diagnosis-related groups: charges versus estimated costs. Price, Kurt F 1989 Fall 79-90
Predicting hospital accounting costs. Newhouse, Joseph P 1989 Fall 25-33
Health care expenditure and other data. Poullier, Jean P 1989 Supp. 111-194
What can Europeans learn from Americans? Enthoven, Alain C 1989 Supp. 49-63; discussion 63-77
Cost containment in Europe. Culyer, A J 1989 Supp. 21-32
Nursing home cost studies and reimbursement issues. Bishop, Christine E 1980 Spring 47-64
Factors affecting differences in Medicare reimbursements for physicians' services. Gornick, Marian 1980 Spring 15-37
Risk differential between Medicare beneficiaries enrolled and not enrolled in an HMO. Eggers, Paul W 1980 Winter 91-99
Responsibility of families for their severely disabled elders. Callahan Jr, James J 1980 Winter 29-48
Impact of Medicare on the use of medical services by disabled beneficiaries, 1972-1974. Deacon, Ronald W 1979 Fall 39-54
Private health insurance plans in 1977: coverage, enrollment, and financial experience. Carroll, Marjorie S 1979 Fall 3-22
Alternatives for using multivariate regression to adjust prospective payment rates. Sheingold, Steven H 1990 Spring 31-41
Prospective payment for Medicare hospital capital: implications of the research. Cotterill, Philip G 1991 Supp. 79-86
Medigap preferred provider organizations: issues, implications, and early experience. Nelson, Lyle 1991 Summer 87-97
Health care cost containment in the Federal Republic of Germany. Schneider, Markus 1991 Spring 87-101
The burden of health care costs: business, households, and governments. Levit, Katharine R 1990 Winter 127-137
Medicare end stage renal disease population, 1982-87. Breidenbaugh, M Zermain 1990 Fall 101-104
Trends and patterns in place of death for Medicare enrollees. McMillan, Alma 1990 Fall 1-8
Improving state Medicaid programs for pregnant women and children. Hill, Ian T 1990 Supp. 75-87
Health care indicators. Donham, Carolyn S 1990 Summer 169-196
National health expenditures, 1988. Office of National Cost Estimates. Arnett 3d, Ross H 1990 Summer 1-41
Alternative geographic configurations for Medicare payments to health maintenance organizations. Porell, Frank W 1990 Spring 17-30
A longitudinal comparison of charge-based weights with cost-based weights. Carter, Grace M 1992 Spring 53-63
Why do some caregivers of disabled and frail elderly quit? Boaz, Rachel F 1991 Winter 41-47
National health expenditures, 1990. Levit, Katharine R 1991 Fall 29-54
Achieving cost control in the hospital outpatient department. Sulvetta, Margaret B 1991 Supp. 95-106
Utilization management as a cost-containment strategy. Bailit, Howard L 1991 Supp. 87-93
Containing U.S. health care costs: What bullet to bite? Jencks, Stephen F 1991 Supp. 1-12
Medicare short-stay hospital services by diagnosis-related groups. Latta, Viola B 1991 Summer 105-140
Access to hospital care for California and Michigan Medicaid recipients. Andrews, Roxanne M 1991 Summer 99-104
A comparison of Medicaid and non-Medicaid obstetrical care in California. Howell, Embry M 1991 Summer 1-16
Medicare expenditures for physician and supplier services, 1970-88. Helbing, Charles 1991 Spring 109-120
Medicare-covered skilled nursing facility services, 1967-88. Silverman, Herbert A 1991 Spring 103-108
Review effect on cost reports: impact smaller than anticipated. Cowles, C McKeen 1991 Spring 21-25
Measuring hospital input price increases: the rebased hospital market basket. Freeland, Mark S 1991 Spring 1-14
Health care indicators. Donham, Carolyn S 1990 Winter 139-158
Medicaid payment rates for nursing homes, 1979-86. Gohmann, Stephan F 1990 Winter 55-66
Changes in Medicare skilled nursing facility benefit admissions. Dubay, Lisa C 1990 Winter 27-35
National health expenditures, 1989. Lazenby, Helen C 1990 Winter 1-26
Procedure codes: potential modifiers of diagnosis-related groups. Hughes, John S 1990 Fall 39-46
Payment to health maintenance organizations and the geographic factor. Rossiter, Louis F 1990 Fall 19-30
Financial performance in the social health maintenance organization, 1985-88. Leutz, Walter 1990 Fall 9-18
Medicaid mysteries: transitional benefits, Medicaid coverage, and welfare exits. Ellwood, David T 1990 Supp. 119-131
Economic consequences for Medicaid of human immunodeficiency virus infection. Baily, Mary A 1990 Supp. 97-108
Preventive health care for Medicaid children. Yudkowsky, Beth K 1990 Supp. 89-96
Medicaid: a view from the front lines. Clarke, Gary J 1990 Supp. 9-14
Perspectives on the Medicaid program. Altman, Drew 1990 Supp. 2-4
Insights on the dynamics of Medicaid: Introduction Kenesson, Mary S 1990 Supp. 1
Transitional funding: changing Ontario's global budgeting system. Lave, Judith R 1992 Spring 77-84
Physician customary charges and Medicare payment experience: study findings [published erratum appears in Health Care Finance Rev 1992 Spring;13(3):preceding table of contents] Kowalczyk, George I 1991 Winter 57-73
Comparison of Medicaid nursing home payment systems. Schlenker, Robert E 1991 Fall 93-109
Savings estimate for a Medicare insured group. Birnbaum, Howard 1991 Summer 39-48
Patterns of outpatient prescription drug use among Pennsylvania elderly. Stuart, Bruce 1991 Spring 61-72
Social health maintenance organizations' service use and costs, 1985-89. Harrington, Charlene 1991 Spring 37-52
Giving physicians incentives to contain costs under Medicaid. Welch, W Pete 1990 Winter 103-112
Medicare risk contracting: determinants of market entry. Porell, Frank W 1990 Winter 75-85
Health maintenance organization environments in the 1980s and beyond. Morrison, Ellen M 1990 Fall 81-90
Medicaid prospective payment: case-mix increase. Baker, Samuel L 1990 Fall 63-70
Medicaid, the uninsured, and national health spending: federal policy implications. Garrison Jr, Louis P 1990 Supp. 167-170
Medicaid-financed residential care for persons with mental retardation. Lakin, K Charles 1990 Supp. 149-160
Ambulatory practice variation in Maryland: implications for Medicaid cost management. Stuart, Mary 1990 Supp. 57-67
Deciphering Medicaid data: issues and needs. Ku, Leighton 1990 Supp. 35-45
Hospital outpatient services under Medicare, 1987. Helbing, Charles 1990 Summer 147-158
Illness-episode approach: costs and benefits of medigap insurance. Sofaer, Shoshanna 1990 Summer 121-131
Geographic variations in Medicare utilization of short-stay hospital services, 1981-88. Edwards, Winston O 1990 Spring 107-111
Institutional alternatives to the rural hospital. Christianson, Jon B 1990 Spring 87-97
Leading inpatient surgical procedures for aged Medicare beneficiaries, 1987. Latta, Viola B 1989 Winter 99-110
Alternative geographic adjustments in Medicare payment to health maintenance organizations. Welch, W Pete 1992 Spring 97-110
Business, households, and governments: health care costs, 1990. Levit, Katharine R 1991 Winter 83-93
Medicaid support of alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health services. Wright, George E 1991 Fall 117-128
Modeling the costs of case management in long-term care. Davidson, Gestur B 1991 Fall 73-81
All-payer ratesetting: down but not out. Anderson, Gerald F 1991 Supp. 35-41; discussion 42-44
Containing health costs in a consumer-based model. Butler, Stuart M 1991 Supp. 21-25
Measuring input prices for physicians: the revised Medicare Economic Index. Freeland, Mark S 1991 Summer 61-73
Reform of health care in Germany. Hurst, Jeremy 1991 Spring 73-86
Analysis of nursing home capital reimbursement systems. Boerstler, Heidi 1991 Spring 53-60
A public health model of Medicaid emergency room use. deAlteriis, Martin 1991 Spring 15-20
Use of Medicare-covered home health agency services, 1988. Silverman, Herbert A 1990 Winter 113-126
Comparison of alternative weight recalibration methods for diagnosis-related groups. Rogowski, Jeannette R 1990 Winter 87-101
Hospital back-up days: impact on joint Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries. Holahan, John 1990 Winter 67-73
Prospective payment system and other effects on post-hospital services. Gianfrancesco, Frank D 1990 Winter 37-54
Use and cost of short-stay hospital inpatient services under Medicare, 1988. Latta, Viola B 1990 Fall 91-99
Structure and performance of health maintenance organizations: a review. Langwell, Kathryn M 1990 Fall 71-79
Functionally and medically defined subgroups of nursing home populations. Manton, Kenneth G 1990 Fall 47-62
Quality of ambulatory care for the elderly: formulating evaluation criteria. Ferris, Ann K 1990 Fall 31-38
Addendum: a brief summary of the Medicaid program. Waid, Mary O 1990 Supp. 171-172
State initiatives for the medically uninsured. Merrill, Jeffrey C 1990 Supp. 161-166
Access to Medicaid and Medicare by the low-income disabled. Ellwood, Marilyn R 1990 Supp. 133-148
Medicaid home and community-based waivers for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome patients. Lindsey, Phoebe A 1990 Supp. 109-118
Medicaid and third-party liability: using information to achieve program goals. Buzzard, Kenneth 1990 Supp. 69-73
Accessibility and effectiveness of care under Medicaid. Jencks, Stephen F 1990 Supp. 47-56
Trends in Medicaid payments and utilization, 1975-89. Reilly, Thomas W 1990 Supp. 15-33
Medicaid: challenges and opportunities. Tallon Jr, James R 1990 Supp. 5-8
Health expenditures in major industrialized countries, 1960-87. Schieber, George J 1990 Summer 159-167
Volume and intensity of Medicare physicians' services: an overview. Kay, Terrence L 1990 Summer 133-146
Cost and volume trends in health care facility construction. England, William L 1990 Summer 87-102
A reassessment of hospital product and productivity changes over time. Long, Michael J 1990 Summer 69-77
Health care indicators. Community hospital statistics; employment, hours, and earnings in the private sector; health care prices; and national economic indicators. Donham, Carolyn S 1990 Spring 113-132
Swing-bed services under the Medicare program, 1984-87. Silverman, Herbert A 1990 Spring 99-106
Toward a prospective payment system for ambulatory surgery. Lion, Joanna 1990 Spring 79-86
Recent changes in service use patterns of disabled Medicare beneficiaries. Manton, Kenneth G 1990 Spring 51-66
Outcomes of surgery under Medicaid. Klingman, David 1990 Spring 1-16
Medicare physician and hospital utilization and expenditure trends. Edwards, Winston O 1989 Winter 111-116
Evaluation of the Medicaid competition demonstrations. Freund, Deborah A 1989 Winter 81-97
Hospital financing reform and case-mix measurement: an international review. Wiley, Miriam M 1992 Summer 119-133
National health accounts: lessons from the U.S. experience. Lazenby, Helen C 1992 Summer 89-103
Physician cost experience under private health insurance programs. Dyckman, Zackary 1992 Spring 85-96
Health of retired workers: survival status and Medicare service use. McCoy, John L 1992 Spring 65-76
What does the Consumer Price Index for prescription drugs really measure? Cleeton, David L 1992 Spring 45-51
Good quality care increases hospital profits under prospective payment. Hsia, David C 1992 Spring 17-26
Output and inflation components of medical care and other spending changes. Peden, Edgar A 1991 Winter 75-81
Factors affecting the availability and use of hemodialysis facilities. Cleary, Paul D 1991 Winter 49-55
Purpose of admission and resource use during cancer hospitalizations. Iezzoni, Lisa I 1991 Winter 29-40
Impact of Medicare payment policy on home health resources utilization. Irvine, Audrey 1991 Winter 13-18
Recent revisions to and recommendations for national health expenditures accounting. Haber, Susan 1991 Fall 111-116
Medicaid payment policies for nursing home care: a national survey. Buchanan, Robert J 1991 Fall 55-72
Projections of national health expenditures through the year 2000. Sonnefeld, Sally T 1991 Fall 1-28
Managed care: practice, pitfalls, and potential. Wallack, Stanley S 1991 Supp. 27-34
Assessment of the effectiveness of supply-side cost-containment measures Garrison Jr, Louis P 1991 Supp. 13-21
Health care indicators. Donham, Carolyn S 1991 Summer 141-170
Measuring geographic variations in hospitals' capital costs. Pope, Gregory C 1991 Summer 75-86
Medicare's prospective payment system: a critical appraisal. Coulam, Robert F 1991 Supp. 45-77
Financial aspects of adult day care: national survey results. Zelman, William M 1991 Spring 27-36
Concordance between planned and approved visits during initial home care. Branch, Laurence G 1991 Fall 83-91
International infant mortality rankings: a look behind the numbers. Liu, Korbin 1992 Summer 105-118
U.S. health expenditure performance: an international comparison and data update. Schieber, George J 1992 Summer 1-80
New Jersey's Medicaid waiver for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Merzel, Cheryl 1992 Spring 27-44
Trends in total hospital financial performance under the prospective payment system. Fisher, Charles R 1992 Spring 1-16
Explaining resource consumption among non-normal neonates. Schwartz, Rachel M 1991 Winter 19-28
Longitudinal patterns of California Medicaid recipients with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. Andrews, Roxanne M 1991 Winter 1-12
Health care indicators. Cowan, Cathy A 1992 Spring 111-130
Health care indicators. Maple, Brenda T 1991 Winter 95-114
Health care indicators. Letsch, Suzanne W 1991 Fall 129-153
Setting capitations for Medicaid: a case study. Leibowitz, Arlene 1990 Summer 79-85
Findings from the Medicaid Competition Demonstrations: a guide for states. Heinen, LuAnn 1990 Summer 55-67
Revisions to the National Health Accounts and methodology. Arnett 3d, Ross H 1990 Summer 42-54
Assessing cost effects of nursing-home-based geriatric nurse practitioners. Buchanan, Joan L 1990 Spring 67-78
Impact of the Maine Medicaid waiver for the mentally retarded. Coburn, Andrew F 1990 Spring 43-50
An evaluation of diagnosis-related group severity and complexity refinement. McGuire, Thomas E 1991 Summer 49-60
Health insurance coverage among disabled Medicare enrollees. Rubin, Jeffrey I 1991 Summer 27-37
Health care indicators. Cowan, Cathy A 1991 Spring 121-140
The Medicare home health initiative. Vladeck, Bruce C 1994 Fall 7-16
A profile of the Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey. Adler, Gerald S 1994 Summer 153-163
Activities of daily living and costs in nursing homes. Williams, Brent C 1994 Summer 117-135
Swan-Ganz catheter use and mortality of myocardial infarction patients. Blumberg, Mark S 1994 Summer 91-103
Disabled workers' risk of hospitalization and death. McCoy, John L 1994 Summer 61-76
Preventive health care in six countries: models for reform? Chaulk, C Patrick 1994 Summer 7-19
Health care indicators Donham, Carolyn S 1994 Spring 157-187
International pharmaceutical spending controls: France, Germany, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Gross, David J 1994 Spring 127-140
Estimating the cost of a Medicare outpatient prescription drug benefit. Waldo, Daniel R 1994 Spring 103-112
State Medicaid pharmacy payments and their relation to estimated costs. Adams, E Kathleen 1994 Spring 25-42
Prescription drug payment policy: past, present, and future. Gondek, Kathleen E 1994 Spring 1-7
Social/health maintenance organization and fee-for-service health outcomes over time. Manton, Kenneth G 1993 Winter 173-202
Lessons for states in inpatient ratesetting under the Boren Amendment. Batavia, Andrew I 1993 Winter 137-154
Inpatient transfer episodes among aged Medicare beneficiaries. Buczko, William 1993 Winter 71-87
A comprehensive payment model for short- and long-stay psychiatric patients. Fries, Brant E 1993 Winter 31-50
Overview: Hospital payment: Beyond the prospective payment system. Saunders, William D 1993 Winter 1-5
Trends in Medicare health maintenance organization enrollment: 1986-93. McMillan, Alma 1993 Fall 135-146
Risk adjustment for a children's capitation rate. Newhouse, Joseph P 1993 Fall 39-54
Do health maintenance organizations work for Medicare? Brown, Randall S 1993 Fall 7-23
Health care indicators Donham, Carolyn S 1993 Summer 209-238
Resident medical care utilization patterns in continuing care retirement communities. Ruchlin, Hirsch H 1993 Summer 151-168
Access and use of health services by chronically mentally ill Medicaid beneficiaries. Moscovice, Ira S 1993 Summer 75-87
Rural and urban differentials in Medicare home health use. Kenney, Genevieve M 1993 Summer 39-57
The changing face of long-term care. Vladeck, Bruce C 1993 Summer 5-24
Health care indicators Donham, Carolyn S 1993 Spring 249-282
Allocating practice expense under the Medicare fee schedule. Pope, Gregory C 1993 Spring 139-162
Monitoring access following Medicare price changes: physician perspective. McCall, Nancy T 1993 Spring 97-117
Global budgeting in the OECD countries. Wolfe, Patrice R 1993 Spring 55-76
How do Medicare physician fees compare with private payers? Miller, Mark E 1993 Spring 25-39
Are PPS payments adequate? Issues for updating and assessing rates. Sheingold, Steven H 1992 Winter 165-175
Medicare hospital outpatient services and costs: implications for prospective payment. Miller, Mark E 1992 Winter 135-149
Measuring inpatient and outpatient costs: a cost-function approach. Carey, Kathleen 1992 Winter 115-124
Medicare dependent hospitals: who depends on whom? Goody, Brigid 1992 Winter 97-105
Medicare prospective payment without separate urban and rural rates. O'Dougherty, Sheila M 1992 Winter 31-47
Hospital and Medicare financial performance under PPS, 1985-90. Fisher, Charles R 1992 Fall 171-183
Comparing physician fee schedules in Canada and the United States. Katz, Steven J 1992 Fall 141-149
Analysis of underwriting factors for AAPCC (adjusted average per capita cost). Manton, Kenneth G 1992 Fall 117-132
Outcomes of California's Medicaid cost-containment policies, 1981-84. Preston, Bonnie J 1992 Fall 65-78
Americans' health insurance coverage, 1980-91. Levit, Katharine R 1992 Fall 31-57
Medicaid recipients, services, utilization, and program payments. Silverman, Herbert A 1992 Supp. 311-336
Payment, administration, and financing of the Medicaid program. Gurny, Paul 1992 Supp. 285-301
A description of Medicaid eligibility. Gurny, Paul 1992 Supp. 207-225
Medicare supplementary medical insurance benefit for hospital outpatient services. Petrie, John T 1992 Supp. 183-197
Home health agency benefits. Helbing, Charles 1992 Supp. 125-148
Hospital insurance short-stay hospital benefits. Helbing, Charles 1992 Supp. 55-96
Health care indicators for the United States. Donham, Carolyn S 1992 Summer 173-199
Recent health policy initiatives in Nordic countries. Saltman, Richard B 1992 Summer 157-166
RUG-II (Resource Utilization Group, Version II) impacts on long-term care facilities in New York. Schultz, Barry M 1994 Winter 85-99
Refinement of the Medicare diagnosis-related groups to incorporate a measure of severity. Edwards, Nancy 1994 Winter 45-64
National health expenditures, 1993. Levit, Katharine R 1994 Fall 247-294
Post-hospital home health care for Medicare patients. Kane, Robert L 1994 Fall 131-153
Do preset per visit payment rates affect home health agency behavior? Phillips, Barbara R 1994 Fall 91-107
Measuring and assuring the quality of home health care. Shaughnessy, Peter W 1994 Fall 35-67
Diffusion of Medicare's RBRVS and related physician payment policies. McCormack, Lauren A 1994 Winter 159-173
Use of diagnosis-related groups by non-Medicare payers. Carter, Grace M 1994 Winter 127-158
Health care indicators Donham, Carolyn S 1994 Fall 295-301
Political perspectives on uncertified home care agencies. Silberberg, Mina 1994 Fall 223-245
Home health care outcomes under capitated and fee-for-service payment. Shaughnessy, Peter W 1994 Fall 187-222
A profile of home health users in 1992. Mauser, Elizabeth 1994 Fall 17-33
Recent innovations in home health care policy research Clauser, Steven B 1994 Fall 1-6
Differences by race in the rates of procedures performed in hospitals for Medicare beneficiaries. McBean, A Marshall 1994 Summer 77-90
Patterns of Medicaid expenditures after AIDS diagnosis. Markson, Leona E 1994 Summer 43-59
Medicaid policies for AIDS-related hospital care. Buchanan, Robert J 1994 Summer 33-41
Utilization effects of prescription drug benefits in an aging population. Gianfrancesco, Frank D 1994 Spring 113-126
A review of the first year of Medicare coverage of erythropoietin. Griffiths, Robert I 1994 Spring 83-102
Use of outpatient drugs as death approaches. Stuart, Bruce 1994 Spring 63-82
Medicare inpatient physician charges: an econometric analysis. Miller, Mark E 1993 Winter 155-171
Trends in length of stay for Medicare patients: 1979-87. Kominski, Gerald F 1993 Winter 121-135
A clinically based service limitation option for alternative model rural hospitals. Moscovice, Ira S 1993 Winter 103-119
Health care indicators Donham, Carolyn S 1993 Fall 147-176
Medicaid, welfare dependency, and work: is there a causal link? Moffitt, Robert 1993 Fall 123-133
Border crossing for physician services: implications for controlling expenditures. Holahan, John 1993 Fall 101-122
Containing use and expenditures in publicly insured long-term care programs. Miller, Robert H 1993 Summer 181-207
Simulating the fiscal and distributional impacts of Medicaid eligibility reforms. Cohen, Marc A 1993 Summer 133-150
Trends in Medicaid nursing home reimbursement: 1978-89. Swan, James H 1993 Summer 111-132
Long-term care: emerging trends. Miller, Nancy A 1993 Summer 1-4
Business, households, and governments: health spending, 1991. Cowan, Cathy A 1993 Spring 227-248
Effects of selected cost-containment efforts: 1971-1993. Gold, Marsha 1993 Spring 183-225
Physician fee levels: Medicare versus Canada. Welch, W Pete 1993 Spring 41-54
The impact of Medicaid adoption of the Medicare fee schedule. Holahan, John 1993 Spring 11-24
Price controls: on the one hand ... and on the other. Langwell, Kathryn M 1993 Spring 5-10
What affects rural beneficiaries use of urban and rural hospitals? Buczko, William 1992 Winter 107-114
Assessing the FY 1989 change in Medicare PPS outlier policy. Carter, Grace M 1992 Winter 69-82
Measuring teaching intensity with the resident-to-average daily census ratio. Phillips, Steven M 1992 Winter 59-68
Measuring the relationship between income and NHEs (national health expenditures). Moore, William J 1992 Fall 133-139
Introducing fees for services with professional uncertainty. Flierman, Henk A 1992 Fall 107-115
Changes in Medicaid nursing home beds and residents. Liu, Korbin 1992 Supp. 303-310
Recent trends in Medicaid expenditures. Buck, Jeffrey A 1992 Supp. 271-283
Skilled nursing facilities. Helbing, Charles 1992 Supp. 97-123
Medicare program expenditures. Helbing, Charles 1992 Supp. 23-54
Price indexes for pharmaceuticals used by the elderly. Thomas 3d, Joseph 1992 Fall 91-105
Trends in Medicaid payments and users of covered services, 1975-91. Pine, Penelope L 1992 Supp. 235-269
Medicare enrollment. Petrie, John T 1992 Supp. 13-22
New directions for Medicare payment systems. Goody, Brigid 1994 Winter 1-11
Nursing home resident assessment and case-mix classification: cross-national perspectives. Clauser, Steven B 1992 Summer 135-155
Excess demand and cost relationships among Kentucky nursing homes. Davis, Mark A 1994 Summer 137-152
Stability of frailty in the social/health maintenance organization. Hallfors, Denise 1994 Summer 105-116
Health care of vulnerable populations covered by Medicare and Medicaid. Hirsch, Marilyn B 1994 Summer 1-5
Pharmaceutical spending and German reunification: parity comes quickly to Berlin. Katz, Eric M 1994 Spring 141-156
Who cares what it costs to dispense a Medicaid prescription? Lamphere-Thorpe, Joe A 1994 Spring 9-24
Health care indicators Donham, Carolyn S 1993 Winter 203-232
An evaluation of pediatric-modified diagnosis-related groups. Payne, Susan M 1993 Winter 51-70
Excluded facility financial status and options for payment system modification. Schneider, John E 1993 Winter 7-30
State Medicaid health maintenance organization policies and special-needs children. Fox, Harriette B 1993 Fall 25-37
Medicare and Medicaid managed care: issues and evidence. Hadley, James P 1993 Fall 1-5
Medicare home health: a description of total episodes of care. Branch, Laurence G 1993 Summer 59-74
Comparison of rural and urban skilled nursing facility benefit use. Dubay, Lisa C 1993 Summer 25-37
An update on physician practice cost shares. Dayhoff, Debra A 1993 Spring 119-137
Physician payment reform under Medicare: monitoring utilization and access. Gornick, Marian 1993 Spring 77-96
Contributions of case mix and intensity change to hospital cost increases. Bradley, Thomas B 1992 Winter 151-163
Do hospitals behave like consumers? An analysis of expenditures and revenues. Peden, Edgar A 1992 Winter 125-134
National health expenditures, 1991. Letsch, Suzanne W 1992 Winter 1-30
A layman's guide to the U.S. health care system. DeLew, Nancy 1992 Fall 151-169
An outlier pool for Medicare HMO payments. Beebe, James C 1992 Fall 59-63
National health expenditures projections through 2030. Burner, Sally T 1992 Fall 1-30
End stage renal disease. Greer, Joel W 1992 Supp. 199-205
Supplementary medical insurance benefit for physician and supplier services. Helbing, Charles 1992 Supp. 149-181
Administrative costs in selected industrialized countries. Poullier, Jean P 1992 Summer 167-172
Physician reaction to price changes: an episode-of-care analysis. Lee, A James 1994 Winter 65-83
Hospital wage and price controls: lessons from the Economic Stabilization Program. Ozminkowski, Ronald J 1994 Winter 13-43
Contemplating home health PPS: current patterns of Medicare service use. Goldberg, Henry B 1994 Fall 109-130
Perspectives on home care quality. Kane, Rosalie A 1994 Fall 69-89
Creating a MEDPAR (Medicare provider analysis and review) analog to the RUG-III (Resource Utilization Groups, Version III) classification system. Cornelius, Elizabeth S 1994 Winter 101-126
Home health and skilled nursing facility use: 1982-90. Manton, Kenneth G 1994 Fall 155-186
Health care indicators Donham, Carolyn S 1994 Summer 165-195
The cost effectiveness of prenatal care. Henderson, James W 1994 Summer 21-32
Medicaid policies for HIV-related prescription drugs. Buchanan, Robert J 1994 Spring 43-61
A patient-based analysis of drug disorder diagnoses in the Medicare population. Cartwright, William S 1993 Winter 89-101
Medicaid case management: Kentucky's Patient Access and Care Program. Miller, Mark E 1993 Fall 55-69
Quality assurance for a program of comprehensive care for older persons. Kane, Robert L 1993 Summer 89-110
Health insurance and the elderly: data from MCBS (Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey). Chulis, George S 1993 Spring 163-181
Physician payment and cost containment: perspectives from the U.S. and abroad. Antos, Joseph R 1993 Spring 1-4
Geographic classification of hospitals: alternative labor market areas. DeLew, Nancy 1992 Winter 49-58
Using chronic disease risk factors to adjust Medicare capitation payments. Schauffler, Helen H 1992 Fall 79-90
A description of Medicaid-covered services. Gurny, Paul 1992 Supp. 227-234
Overview of the Medicare program. Petrie, John T 1992 Supp. 1-12
Impacts of hospital budget limits in Rochester, New York. Friedman, Bernard 1995 Summer 201-219
Agreement between physicians' office records and Medicare Part B claims data. Fowles, Jinnet B 1995 Summer 189-199
Medicare and hospitals. Rabkin, Mitchell T 1996 Winter 149-151
Overview. Davis, Margaret H 1996 Winter 3-9
Employer-specific versus community-wide report cards: is there a difference? Knutson, David J 1996 Fall 111-125
Profile of persons with disabilities in Medicare and Medicaid. Davis, Margaret H 1996 Summer 179-211
Profiling resource use by primary-care practices: managed Medicare implications. Parente, Stephen T 1996 Summer 23-42
U.S. Healthcare's quality-based compensation model. Hanchak, Nicholas A 1996 Spring 143-159
Medicare spending by state: the border-crossing adjustment. Basu, Joy 1995 Winter 219-241
An analysis of utilization and access from the NHIS: 1984-92. Mentnech, Renee M 1995 Winter 51-59
Access of rural AFDC Medicaid beneficiaries to mental health services. Lambert, David 1995 Fall 133-145
Health care indicators. Donham, Carolyn S 1995 Summer 243-272
Quality of care in teaching nursing homes: findings and implications. Shaughnessy, Peter W 1995 Summer 55-83
State health reform and the role of 1115 waivers. Riley, Trish 1995 Spring 139-149
Thirty years of Medicare: impact on the covered population. Gornick, Marian 1996 Winter 179-237
Medicare, Medicaid, and the elderly poor. Rowland, Diane 1996 Winter 61-85
Border-crossing adjustment and personal health care spending by state. Basu, Joy 1996 Fall 215-236
Role of consumer information in today's health care system. Sangl, Judith A 1996 Fall 1-8
Medicaid managed care encounter data: what, why, and where next? Howell, Embry M 1996 Summer 87-95
National health expenditures, 1994. Levit, Katharine R 1996 Spring 205-242
Diagnostic risk adjustment for Medicaid: the disability payment system. Kronick, Richard 1996 Spring 7-33
Provision of home dialysis by freestanding renal dialysis facilities. Kendix, Michael 1995 Winter 105-122
State health expenditure accounts: building blocks for state health spending analysis. Levit, Katharine R 1995 Fall 201-254
Do transition grants help rural hospitals? Wooldridge, Judith 1995 Fall 39-52
Florida's Medicaid AIDS waiver: an assessment of dimensions of quality. Cowart, Marie E 1995 Summer 141-153
Health care indicators. Donham, Carolyn S 1995 Spring 213-244
Causes of Medicaid expenditure growth. Wade, Martcia 1995 Spring 11-25
The house that Medicare built: remodeling for the 21st century. Greenlick, Merwyn R 1996 Winter 131-145
Opening remarks Sherman, Max 1996 Winter 1-2
Condition-specific performance information: assessing salience, comprehension, and approaches for communicating quality. Hibbard, Judith H 1996 Fall 95-109
Business, households, and government: health spending, 1994. Cowan, Cathy A 1996 Summer 157-178
Shifting the paradigm: monitoring access in Medicare managed care. Docteur, Elizabeth R 1996 Summer 5-21
Modified capitation and treatment incentives for end stage renal disease. Farley, Donna O 1996 Spring 129-142
Access to care under physician payment reform: a physician-based analysis. Meadow, Ann 1995 Winter 195-217
Variations in Medicare access and satisfaction by health status: 1991-93. Rosenbach, Margo L 1995 Winter 29-49
Effects and effectiveness of telemedicine. Grigsby, Jim 1995 Fall 115-131
National health expenditure projections, 1994-2005. Burner, Sally T 1995 Summer 221-242
Measuring quality of care under Medicare and Medicaid. Jencks, Stephen F 1995 Summer 39-54
Assessing the need, use, and developments in mental health/substance abuse care. Bae, Jay P 1997 Spring 1-4
Thirty years of Medicine: a personal reflection on Medicare's impact on black Americans. Height, Dorothy 1996 Winter 87-90
Use of Medicare data to identify incident breast cancer cases. Warren, Joan L 1996 Fall 237-246
HCFA's consumer information commitment. McMullan, Michael 1996 Fall 9-14
System change: quality assessment and improvement for Medicaid managed care. Smith, Wally R 1996 Summer 97-115
Medicare managed care: numbers and trends. Zarabozo, Carlos 1996 Spring 243-261
An analysis of selectivity bias in the Medicare AAPCC (adjusted average per capita cost). Dowd, Bryan 1996 Spring 35-57
Excluded from universal coverage: ESRD patients not covered by Medicare. Thamer, Mae 1995 Winter 123-146
Ownership and average premiums for Medicare supplementary insurance policies. Chulis, George S 1995 Fall 255-275
Rural hospital networks: implications for rural health reform. Moscovice, Ira S 1995 Fall 53-67
Surveying consumer satisfaction to assess managed-care quality: current practices. Gold, Marsha 1995 Summer 155-173
Equity in the Medicaid program: changes in the latter 1980s. Adams, E Kathleen 1995 Spring 55-73
Medicare influence on private insurance: good or ill? Jones, Stanley B 1996 Winter 153-161
Health care in the early 1960s. Stevens, Rosemary A 1996 Winter 11-22
Medicare beneficiary counseling programs: what are they and do they work? McCormack, Lauren A 1996 Fall 127-140
Prescribed medicines: a comparison of FFS with HMO enrollees. Eppig, Franklin J 1996 Summer 213-215
Bringing managed care incentives to Medicare's fee-for-service sector. Tompkins, Christopher P 1996 Summer 43-63
Preferred provider organizations and physician fees. Verrilli, Diana K 1996 Spring 161-170
Access to physicians. Hogan, Mary O 1995 Winter 243-248
Black-white treatment differences in acute myocardial infarction. Mitchell, Janet B 1995 Winter 61-70
Hospital department cost and employment increases: 1980-92. Cromwell, Jerry L 1995 Fall 147-165
Reconciling practice and theory: challenges in monitoring Medicaid managed-care quality. Gold, Marsha 1995 Summer 85-105
Rate regulation as a policy tool: lessons from New York State. Fraser, Irene 1995 Spring 151-175
Medigap reform legislation of 1990: have the objectives been met? McCormack, Lauren A 1996 Fall 157-174
Use of utilization management methods in State Medicaid programs. Buck, Jeffrey A 1996 Summer 77-86
Changing prescription drug sector: new expenditure methodologies. Genuardi, James S 1996 Spring 191-204
New directions and developments in managed care financing Wolf, Linda F 1996 Spring 1-5
Racial differences in access to kidney transplantation. Eggers, Paul W 1995 Winter 89-103
Variations and trends in state nursing facility capacity: 1978-93. DuNah Jr, Richard 1995 Fall 183-199
Access to care in rural America: impact of hospital closures. Rosenbach, Margo L 1995 Fall 15-37
A data-driven approach to improving the care of in-center hemodialysis patients. McClellan, William M 1995 Summer 129-140
Practice expenses in the MFS (Medicare fee schedule): the service-class approach. Latimer, Eric A 1995 Spring 197-211
State perspectives on health care reform: Oregon, Hawaii, Tennessee, and Rhode Island. Thorne, Jean I 1995 Spring 121-138
The drug abuse treatment gap: recent estimates. Woodward, Albert 1997 Spring 5-17
Medicare, Medicaid and people with disability. Master, Robert J 1996 Winter 91-97
Medicare beneficiary information needs: 1994. Eppig, Franklin J 1996 Fall 247-252
Consumer information development and use. McCormack, Lauren A 1996 Fall 15-30
Evaluation of the Arkansas Medicaid primary care physician management program. Muller, Andreas 1996 Summer 117-133
Medicare FFS populations versus HMO populations: 1993. Eppig, Franklin J 1996 Spring 263-267
Improving the AAPCC (adjusted average per capita cost) with health-status measures from the MCBS (Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey). Gruenberg, Leonard 1996 Spring 59-75
Access and satisfaction within the disabled Medicare population. Rosenbach, Margo L 1995 Winter 147-167
Variations in rural hospital costs: effects of market concentration and location. Vogel, W Bruce 1995 Fall 69-83
Health care indicators. Sensenig, Arthur L 1995 Fall 277-317
Medicare beneficiaries rate their medical care: new data from the MCBS (Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey). Adler, Gerald S 1995 Summer 175-187
Issues in measuring and improving health care quality. Friedman, Maria A 1995 Summer 1-13
Medicaid disproportionate share and other special financing programs. Ku, Leighton 1995 Spring 27-54
Medicaid expenditures and state responses. Tudor, Cynthia G 1995 Spring 1-10
Health care indicators. Donham, Carolyn S 1994 Winter 201-231
Should insurers pay the same fees under an all-payer system? Kominski, Gerald F 1994 Winter 175-189
Development and testing of nursing home quality indicators. Zimmerman, David R 1995 Summer 107-127
Toward a 21st century quality-measurement system for managed-care organizations. Armstead, Rodney C 1995 Summer 25-37
Health Care Quality Improvement Program: a new approach. Gagel, Barbara J 1995 Summer 15-23
Washington State Health Services Act: implementing comprehensive health care reform. Jacobson, Peter D 1995 Spring 177-196
Medicaid and state health care reform: process, programs, and policy options. Rotwein, Suzanne 1995 Spring 105-120
Equity of the Medicaid program to the poor versus taxpayers. Cromwell, Jerry L 1995 Spring 75-104
Medicare Transaction System: platform for change. Warren, Mary E 1994 Winter 191-199
Why Medicare matters to people who need long-term care. Feder, Judith 1996 Winter 99-112
Health status of Medicare enrollees in HMOs and fee-for-service in 1994. Riley, Gerald F 1996 Summer 65-76
Medicaid and pregnant women: who is being enrolled and when. Ellwood, Marilyn R 1995 Winter 7-28
Provider specialty choice among Medicare beneficiaries treated for psychiatric disorders. Ettner, Susan L 1997 Spring 43-59
Trends in Medicare Part B mental health utilization and expenditures: 1987-92. Rosenbach, Margo L 1997 Spring 19-42
The politics of Medicare and health reform, then and now. Brown, Lawrence D 1996 Winter 163-168
Medicare and physician autonomy. Culbertson, Richard A 1996 Winter 115-130
Beneficiary profile: yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Rice, Dorothy P 1996 Winter 23-46
Medicare: advancing towards the 21st century, 1966-1996. Vladeck, Bruce C 1996 Winter 1-237
Hospital, employment, and price indicators for the health care industry: first quarter 1996. Sensenig, Arthur L 1996 Fall 253-269
Personal decisionmaking styles and long-term care choices. Maloney, Susan K 1996 Fall 141-155
Comprehension of quality care indicators: differences among privately insured, publicly insured, and uninsured. Jewett, Jacquelyn J 1996 Fall 75-94
Role of information in consumer selection of health plans. Sainfort, Francois 1996 Fall 31-54
Health care indicators. Hospital, employment, and price indicators for the health care industry: fourth quarter 1995 and annual data for 1987-95. Heffler, Stephen K 1996 Summer 217-256
Potential effects of managed competition in rural areas. Slifkin, Rebecca T 1996 Summer 143-156
Medicaid managed care: how do community health centers fit? Henderson, Tim 1996 Summer 135-142
Monitoring and evaluating the delivery of services under managed care. Hadley, James P 1996 Summer 1-4
Health care indicators. Hospital, employment, and price indicators for the health care industry--third quarter 1995. Sensenig, Arthur L 1996 Spring 269-306
Effect of mergers on health maintenance organization premiums. Feldman, Roger 1996 Spring 171-189
Diagnosis-based risk adjustment for Medicare capitation payments. Ellis, Randall P 1996 Spring 101-128
Risk-adjusted Medicare capitation rates using ambulatory and inpatient diagnoses. Weiner, Jonathan P 1996 Spring 77-99
Health care indicators. Hospital, employment, and price indicators for the health care industry: second quarter 1995. Sensenig, Arthur L 1995 Winter 249-287
Medicare physician payment reform: its effect on access to care. Reilly, Thomas W 1995 Winter 179-194
Participation in the Qualified Medical Beneficiary Program. Neumann, Peter J 1995 Winter 169-178
Health care use by Hispanic adults: financial vs. non-financial determinants. Schur, Claudia L 1995 Winter 71-88
Overview: Access to health services for vulnerable populations. Mentnech, Renee M 1995 Winter 1-6
Medicaid fees and the Medicare fee schedule: an update. Norton, Stephen A 1995 Fall 167-181
Patterns of health maintenance organization service areas in rural counties. Ricketts 3d, Thomas C 1995 Fall 99-113
Why do so few HMOs offer Medicare risk plans in rural areas? Serrato, Carl A 1995 Fall 85-97
Issues in rural health: access, hospitals, and reform. Weisgrau, Sheldon 1995 Fall 1-14
Politics of federal health policy, 1960-75: a perspective. Fullerton, William D 1996 Winter 169-177
What Medicare has meant to older Americans. Moon, Marilyn 1996 Winter 49-59
Impact of Medicaid expansion on early prenatal care and health outcomes. Epstein, Arnold M 1998 Summer 85-99
Children's preventive care under two mature Medicaid managed care plans in California. Lo Sasso, Anthony T 1998 Summer 69-83
Hospital, employment, and price indicators for the health care industry: third quarter 1997. Seifert, Mary L 1998 Spring 105-149
Stability of disability among PACE enrollees: financial and programmatic implications. Mukamel, Dana B 1998 Spring 83-100
State implementation of the AIDS drug assistance programs. Buchanan, Robert J 1998 Spring 39-62
Profile of Medicare beneficiaries with AIDS: application of an AIDS casefinding algorithm. Fasciano, Nancy J 1998 Spring 19-38
Medicare beneficiaries' attitudes about seeking health care: 1996. Eppig, Franklin J 1997 Winter 155-157
Utilization of services in Arizona's capitated Medicaid program for long-term care beneficiaries. McCall, Nelda 1997 Winter 119-134
Determining consumer preferences for a cash option: Arkansas survey results. Simon-Rusinowitz, Lori 1997 Winter 73-96
Improving hospital discharge planning for elderly patients. Potthoff, Sandra 1997 Winter 47-72
Trends in Medicare supplementary insurance: 1992-96. Eppig, Franklin J 1997 Fall 201-206
Changing patterns of Surgical care in the United States, 1980-1995 Kozak, Lola J 1999 Fall 31-49
National health expenditures: short-term outlook and long-term projections. Freeland, Mark S 1981 Winter 97-138
Medicare episodes of illnesses: a study of hospital, skilled nursing facility, and home health agency care. Young, Karen M 1980 Fall 1-24
Impact of the BBA on post-acute utilization Gage, Barbara 1999 Summer 103-126
Drug use and prescribing problems in four state Medicaid programs. Stuart, Bruce 1999 Spring 63-78
Does health status explain higher Medicare costs of Medicaid enrollees? Liu, Korbin 1998 Winter 39-54
Impact of report cards on employees: a natural experiment. Knutson, David J 1998 Fall 5-27
Medicaid providers of children's perspective and EPSDT services, 1989 and 1992. Adams, E Kathleen 1998 Summer 5-23
Effects of supplemental coverage on use of services by Medicare enrollees [corrected and republished article originally printed in Health Care Finance Rev 1997 Fall;19(1):5-17] Christensen, Sandra 1997 Winter suppl 5-17
Patient centered long-term care. Miller, Nancy A 1997 Winter 1-10
Impact of Medicare SELECT on cost and utilization in 11 states. Lee, A James 1997 Fall 19-40
Predictors of functional health status of end stage renal disease patients. Parkerson, George R 1997 Summer 37-49
Managing access: extending Medicaid to children through school-based HMO coverage. Coulam, Robert F 1997 Spring 149-175
Health-based payment for HIV/AIDS in Medicaid managed care programs. Conviser, Richard 1998 Spring 63-82
Caregiver supports: outcomes from the Medicare Alzheimer's disease demonstration. Yordi, Cathleen L 1997 Winter 97-117
General health of end stage renal disease program beneficiaries. Ozminkowski, Ronald J 1997 Fall 121-144
Measuring the health status of Medicare beneficiaries: 1995. Eppig, Franklin J 1997 Summer 125-131
Hospital, employment, and price indicators for the health care industry: third quarter 1996. Sensenig, Arthur L 1997 Spring 231-273
A resident-based reimbursement system for intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded. Slifkin, Rebecca T 1997 Spring 61-72
Capitated payment approaches for Medicaid-financed long-term care services Rudolph, Noemi V 1999 Fall 51-64
Patterns of Medicaid eligibility: a sample of 408 Medi-Cal eligibles in San Francisco, California. Celum, Connie L 1981 Spring 1-8
Cost sharing, supplementary insurance, and health services utilization among the Medicare elderly. Link, Charles R 1980 Fall 25-31
Use of home health care by ESRD and Medicare beneficiaries Kauf, Teresa L 1999 Summer 127-138
Trends in Medicaid prescription drug utilization and payments, 1990-97. Baugh, David K 1999 Spring 79-105
Inpatient psychiatric care of Medicare beneficiaries with state buy-in coverage. Ettner, Susan L 1998 Winter 55-69
Choice of health plan: implications for access and satisfaction. Schur, Claudia L 1998 Fall 29-43
Preventive services for children under Medicaid, 1989 and 1992. Herz, Elicia J 1998 Summer 25-44
Overview: Changing environments of AIDS/HIV service delivery and financing Pine, Penelope L 1998 Spring 1-3
Consumer and professional ratings of the importance of functional status components. Kane, Robert L 1997 Winter 11-22
Cost savings and physician responses to global bundled payments for Medicare heart bypass surgery. Cromwell, Jerry L 1997 Fall 41-57
Cost of care for cancer in a health maintenance organization. Fireman, Bruce H 1997 Summer 51-76
Medicare Part A utilization and expenditures for psychiatric services: 1995. Cano, Carlos 1997 Spring 177-193
Health care in China after Mao. Dobson, Allen 1981 Winter 41-53
Medicaid mills: fact or fiction. Mitchell, Janet B 1980 Summer 37-49
Effects of the Medicare Alzheimer s disease demonstration on Medicare expenditures Newcomer, Robert 1999 Summer 45-65
Strategies for containing drug costs: implications for a Medicare benefit. Cook, Anna E 1999 Spring 29-37
Research issues: Dually eligible Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries, challenges and opportunities Clark, William D 1998 Winter 1-10
Hospitalizations for injury among Medicaid children: California, 1992. Baugh, David K 1998 Summer 129-147
Barriers to physician care for Medicare beneficiaries. Murray, Lauren A 1998 Spring 101-104
Determinants of enrollment among applicants to PACE. Irvin, Carol V 1997 Winter 135-153
National health expenditures, 1996. Levit, Katharine R 1997 Fall 161-200
Overview: Measuring and improving the health status of the elderly, poor, and disabled Kendix, Michael 1997 Summer 1-2
Cost shifting in a mental health carve-out for the AFDC population. Norton, Edward C 1997 Spring 95-108
Future directions for the national health accounts Huskamp, Haiden A 1999 Winter 5-13
Future research and policy directions in physician reimbursement. McMenamin, Peter 1981 Spring 61-75
Trends in nursing home expenditures: implications for aging policy. Fox, Peter D 1980 Fall 65-70
Selection experiences in Medicare HMOs: Pre-enrollment expenditures Call, Kathleen T 1999 Summer 197-209
S/HMO versus TEFRA HMO enrollees: Analysis of expenditures Dowd, Bryan 1999 Summer 7-23
Explosion in the medicine chest. Zarabozo, Carlos 1999 Spring 1-13
National health expenditures, 1997. Braden, Bradley R 1998 Fall 83-126
Duration in and pattern of utilization under children's health insurance programs. Lin, Chyongchiou J 1998 Summer 101-116
Trends in use, cost, and outcomes of human recombinant erythropoietin, 1989-98. Greer, Joel W 1999 Spring 55-62
Effect of low-income elderly insurance copayment subsidies. Parente, Stephen T 1998 Winter 19-37
Overview: Changing health care systems: Trends in spending, coverage, and delivery Boben, Paul J 1998 Fall 1-3
Overview: Child and adolescent preventive care: Access, quality, and outcomes. Hakim, Rosemarie B 1998 Summer 1-3
Hospital, employment, and price indicators for the health care industry: second quarter 1997. Sensenig, Arthur L 1997 Winter 159-201
Hospital, employment, and price indicators for the health care industry: first quarter 1997. Sensenig, Arthur L 1997 Fall 207-249
Effects of supplemental coverage on use of services by Medicare enrollees [corrected and republished in Health Care Finance Rev 1997 Winter;19(2):suppl 5-17 following 218] Christensen, Sandra 1997 Fall 5-17
Medicaid managed care policies affecting children with disabilities: 1995 and 1996. Fox, Harriette B 1997 Summer 23-36
Health insurance coverage at midlife: characteristics, costs, and dynamics. Johnson, Richard W 1997 Spring 123-148
Medicaid TEFRA option in Minnesota: Implications for patient rights Chan, Benjamin 1999 Fall 65-78
Blue Shield plan physician participation. Yett, Donald E 1981 Spring 9-24
Nursing home levels of care: problems and alternatives. Bishop, Christine E 1980 Fall 33-45
Trends and issues in the Medicaid 1915(c) waiver program Miller, Nancy A 1999 Summer 139-160
Evaluation results from prospective drug utilization review: Medicaid demonstrations. Kidder, David 1999 Spring 107-118
Risk adjustment for dually eligible beneficiaries using long-term care. McCall, Nelda 1998 Winter 71-90
Urban health care in transition: challenges facing Los Angeles County. Long, Sharon K 1998 Fall 45-58
Children's use of primary and preventive care under Medicaid managed care. Gavin, Norma I 1998 Summer 45-68
Cost and financing of care for persons with HIV disease: an overview. Hellinger, Fred J 1998 Spring 5-18
Beneficiary centered care in services to persons with developmental disabilities. Brown, Samuel L 1997 Winter 23-46
Developing Medicare competitive bidding: a study of clinical laboratories. Hoerger, Thomas J 1997 Fall 59-86
Measuring and improving the health status of end stage renal disease patients. Rettig, Richard A 1997 Summer 77-82
Business, households, and government: health care spending, 1995. Cowan, Cathy A 1997 Spring 195-206
An analysis of the effects of prospective reimbursement programs on hospital expenditures. Coelen, Craig 1981 Winter 1-40
Five most commonly used types of pharmaceuticals. Waldron, Charles J 1999 Spring 119-123
Behavioral risk factor surveillance of aged Medicare beneficiaries, 1995. Arday, David R 1997 Summer 105-123
Medicaid home and community-based care waiver programs: providing services to people with AIDS. Buchanan, Robert J 1997 Summer 83-103
Dialysis modality selection among patients attending freestanding dialysis facilities. Kendix, Michael 1997 Summer 3-21
Matching MCBS (Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey) and Medicare data: the best of both worlds. Eppig, Franklin J 1997 Spring 211-229
Mental health of Medicare beneficiaries: 1995. Eppig, Franklin J 1997 Spring 207-210
Solutions for adverse selection in behavioral health care. Frank, Richard G 1997 Spring 109-122
Uninsured spells of the poor: prevalence and duration. McBride, Timothy D 1997 Fall 145-160
Case management, client risk factors and service use. Newcomer, Robert 1997 Fall 105-120
A modular case-mix classification system for medical rehabilitation illustrated. Stineman, Margaret G 1997 Fall 87-103
Medicare fee-for-service issues and innovations. Cotterill, Philip G 1997 Fall 1-4
Hospital, employment, and price indicators for the health care industry: fourth quarter 1996 and annual data for 1988-96. Sensenig, Arthur L 1997 Summer 133-175
Medicare Home Health Initiative: current activities and future directions. Mauser, Elizabeth 1997 Spring 275-291
Expenditures for mental health services in the Utah Prepaid Mental Health Plan. Stoner, Tamara 1997 Spring 73-93
Matching health policy with data: Data and analytic requirements for Federal policymakers Thorpe, Kenneth E 1999 Winter 15-23
Overview: Measuring health spending Waldo, Daniel R 1999 Winter 1-3
Hospital, employment, and price indicators for the health care industry: First quarter 1999 Seifert, Mary L 1999 Fall 79-121
Vulnerability of rural hospitals to Medicare outpatient payment reform Mohr, Penny E 1999 Fall 1-18
Different data systems, different conclusions? Comparing hospital use data for the aged from four data systems. Lubitz, James 1981 Spring 41-60
EPSDT impact on health status. Irwin, Patrick H 1981 Spring 25-39
Equal treatment and unequal benefits: a re-examination of the use of Medicare services by race, 1967-1976. Ruther, Martin M 1981 Winter 55-83
Medicare's common denominator: the covered population. Hatten, James M 1980 Fall 53-64
Nursing home levels of care: reimbursement of resident specific costs. Willemain, Thomas R 1980 Fall 47-52
The role of payment source in differentiating nursing home residents, services, and payments. Liu, Korbin 1980 Summer 51-61
National health expenditures, 1979. Gibson, Robert M 1980 Summer 1-36
Cost of smoking to the Medicare program, 1993 Zhang, Xiulan 1999 Summer 179-196
Home-Care Use and Expenditures Among Medicaid Beneficiaries with AIDS Sambamoorthi, Usha 1999 Summer 161-177
Long-term care eligibility criteria for People with Alzheimer s disease Fox, Patrick 1999 Summer 67-85
Cost and outcomes of Medicare reimbursement for HMO preventive services Patrick, Donald L 1999 Summer 25-43
Ambulatory and community-based services Thomas, Fred 1999 Summer 1-6
Effect of insurance on prescription drug use by ESRD beneficiaries. Shih, Ya C 1999 Spring 39-54
Prescription drug coverage and spending for Medicare beneficiaries. Poisal, John A 1999 Spring 15-27
Evaluating alternative risk adjusters for Medicare. Pope, Gregory C 1998 Winter 109-129
Linked data analysis of dually eligible beneficiaries in New England. Saucier, Paul 1998 Winter 91-108
Evolution of Medicaid coverage of Medicare cost sharing. Carpenter, Letty 1998 Winter 11-18
Beneficiary knowledge of the Medicare program. Murray, Lauren A 1998 Fall 127-131
Serving rural Medicare risk enrollees: HMOs' decisions, experiences, and future plans. Casey, Michelle 1998 Fall 73-81
Managed care's impact on Medicaid financing for early intervention services. Fox, Harriette B 1998 Fall 59-72
Previous Medicaid status of children newly enrolled in supplemental security income. Perrin, James M 1998 Summer 117-127
Adjusted community rate reforms to promote HMO participation in Medicare+Choice Encinosa III, William E 1999 Fall 19-29
Reimbursement for durable medical equipment. Janssen, Theodore J 1981 Winter 85-96
Hospital-based physicians: current issues and descriptive evidence. Steinwald, Bruce 1980 Summer 63-75
Case management for high-cost Medicare beneficiaries Schore, Jennifer L 1999 Summer 87-101
Potential Organ-Donor Supply and Efficiency of Organ Procurement Organizations Guadagnoli, Edward 2003 Summer 101-110
From Clinical records to Regulatory Reporting: Formal Terminologies as Foundation Harris, Marcelline 2003 Spring 103-120
Expansion of Medicare's Definition of Post-Acute Care Transfers Cromwell, Jerry 2002 Winter 95-113
What Does Voluntary Disenrollment from Medicare+Choice Plans Mean to Beneficiaries? Harris-Kojetin, Lauren 2002 Fall 117-132
Achieving Improvement Through Nursing Home Quality Measurement Harris, Yael 2002 Summer 5-18
Including hospice in Medicare capitation payments: Would it save money? Riley, Gerald 2001 Fall 137-147
CMS Consumer Information Efforts Goldstein, Elizabeth 2001 Fall 1-4
Factors affecting physician provision of preventive care to Medicaid children. Adams, E Kathleen 2001 Summer 9-26
Relationships among performance measures for Medicare managed care plans. Lied, Terry R 2001 Spring 23-33
Innovations in Section 1115 demonstrations Jordan, Joyce 2000 Winter 49-59
Nursing home initiative. Shankroff, Jan 2000 Fall 113-115
Celebrating 35 years of Medicare and Medicaid. DeParle, Nancy A 2000 Fall 1-7
Health-related quality of life predictors of survival and hospital utilization Parkerson, George R 2000 Spring 171-184
Hospital, employment, and price indicators for the health care industry: Second quarter 1999 Seifert, Mary L 1999 Winter 239-279
Quality of Life and Patient Satisfaction: ESRD Managed Care Demonstration N/A, N/A 2003 Summer 45-58
An Assessment Tool Translation Study Buchanan, Joan 2003 Spring 45-60
Market Entry and Exit in Long-Term Care: 1985-2000 Dalton, Kathleen 2002 Winter 17-32
Adjusted Clinical Groups: Predictive Accuracy for Medicaid Enrollees I Three States Adams, Kathleen 2002 Fall 43-60
Using Medicaid/SCHIP to Insure Working Families: The Massachusetts Experience Mitchell, Janet 2002 Spring 35-45
Preventing medical errors: Communicating a role for Medicare beneficiaries. Swift, Elaine K 2001 Fall 77-85
Use of preventive services, beneficiary characteristics, and Medicare HMO performance. Greene, Jessica 2001 Summer 141-153
Medicare managed care CAHPS: A tool for performance improvement. Goldstein, Elizabeth 2001 Spring 101-107
Medicaid 1915 (c) home and community-based services waivers across States. LeBlanc, Allen J 2000 Winter 159-174
Overview of the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Hoffman Jr, Earl D 2000 Fall 175-193
Milestone in Medicare managed care. Zarabozo, Carlos 2000 Fall 61-67
A physician's perspective on minority health Coleman-Miller, Beverly 2000 Summer 45-56
Implementation of risk adjustment for Medicare Ingber, Melvin J 2000 Spring 119-126
Health expenditure trends in OECD countries, 1970-1997 Huber, Manfred 1999 Winter 99-117
Growth in Residential Alternative to Nursing Homes: 2001 McCormick, John 2003 Summer 143-145
Measuring Beneficiary Knowledge of the Medicare Program: A Psychometric Analysis Bann, Carla 2003 Summer 111-125
Improving the Care of ESRD Patients: A Success Story McClellan, William 2003 Summer 89-100
Is Case-Mix Adjustment Necessary for an Expanded Dialysis Bundle? Hirth, Richard 2003 Summer 77-88
Patient Selection in the ESRD Managed Care Demonstration N/A, N/A 2003 Summer 31-43
End Stage Renal Disease and Medicare Greer, Joel 2003 Summer 1-5
Medigap Reform Legislation of 1990: A 10-Year Review Fox, Peter 2003 Spring 121-137
Functional Status and Health Information in Canada: Proposals and Prospects Harris, Marcelline 2003 Spring 89-102
Significance of Functional Status Date for Payment and Quality Clauser, Steven 2003 Spring 1-12
Health Care Access, Use, and Satisfaction Among Disabled Medicaid Beneficiaries Coughlin, Teresa 2002 Winter 115-136
Post-Acute Service Use Following Acute Myocardial Infarction in the Elderly Bronskill, Susan 2002 Winter 77-93
Constraining Medicare Home Health Reimbursement: What Are the Outcomes? McCall, Nelda 2002 Winter 57-76
Assessing the RUG-III Resident Classification System for Skilled Nursing Facilities White, Chapin 2002 Winter 7-15
Comparison of Medicare Risk HMO and FFS Enrollees Murgolo, Maggie 2002 Fall 177-185
Medicare Health Maintenance Organization Benefits Packages and Plan Performance Measures Cox, Don 2002 Fall 133-144
Impact of Medicare Managed Care Market Withdrawal on Beneficiaries Booske, Bridget 2002 Fall 95-115
Medicaid Managed Care and Working-Age Beneficiaries with Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses Ireys, Henry 2002 Fall 27-42
Issues in Managed Care Zarabozo, Carlos 2002 Fall 1-10
Identification and Evaluation of Existing Nursing Homes Quality Indicators Berg, Katherine 2002 Summer 19-36
Supplemental Insurance for Community Aged and Disabled Beneficiaries: 1999 Murray, Lauren 2002 Spring 161-163
Race and Ethnicity and the Identification of Special Needs Children Shenkman, Elizabeth 2001 Winter 35-51
Long-Term Care Hospitals Under Medicare: Facility-Level Characteristics Liu, Korbin 2001 Winter 1-18
HEDIS performance trends in Medicare managed care. Lied, Terry R 2001 Fall 149-160
Medicare beneficiary satisfaction with durable medical equipment suppliers. Hoerger, Thomas J 2001 Fall 123-136
Family members and friends who help beneficiaries make health decisions Sofaer, Shoshanna 2001 Fall 105-121
Beneficiary survey-based feedback on new Medicare information materials. McCormack, Lauren A 2001 Fall 37-46
Lessons learned from the national Medicare & You education program Goldstein, Elizabeth 2001 Fall 5-20
Health disparities among older women enrolled in Medicare managed care. Bierman, Arlene S 2001 Summer 187-201
Satisfaction with health care of dually eligible older beneficiaries. Burton, Lynda C 2001 Summer 175-186
Trends in State health care expenditures and funding: 1980-1998. Martin, Anne B 2001 Summer 111-140
Mammography rescreening among older California women. Sabogal, Fabio 2001 Summer 63-75
Assessing Medicare health care performance in serving beneficiary subpopulations. Cox, Donald F 2001 Spring 85-99
Reforming the Medicaid disproportionate share hospital program Coughlin, Teresa A 2000 Winter 137-157
Medicaid: 35 years of service. Provost, Christie 2000 Fall 141-174
Medicare's end stage renal disease program. Eggers, Paul W 2000 Fall 55-60
Disparities in Medicare services: Potential causes, plausible explanations, and recommendations Gornick, Marian 2000 Summer 23-43
Principal inpatient diagnostic cost group model for Medicare risk adjustment Pope, Gregory C 2000 Spring 93-118
State-level variation in Medicare spending Gage, Barbara 1999 Winter 85-98
Access to care and use of health services by low-income women. Almeida, Ruth A 2001 Summer 27-47
An overview: Expanding the women's health research frontier. Davenport, Marsha G 2001 Summer 1-7
Rates of hospitalization for ambulatory care sensitive conditions in the Medicare+Choice population. McCall, Nancy 2001 Spring 127-145
Measuring the quality of care in different settings. Docteur, Elizabeth R 2001 Spring 59-70
Evidence of innovative uses of performance measures among purchasers. Zema, Carla L 2001 Spring 35-47
Overview, history, and objectives of performance measurement. McIntyre, Dennis 2001 Spring 7-21
Federally qualified health centers: Surviving Medicaid managed care, but not thriving. Hoag, Sheila D 2000 Winter 103-117
Perils of pioneering: Monitoring Medicaid managed care. Wooldridge, Judith 2000 Winter 61-83
Second-Generation Medicaid managed care: Can it deliver? Gold, Marsha 2000 Winter 29-47
Evolution of Medicaid managed care systems and eligibility expansions. Ku, Leighton 2000 Winter 7-27
Health reform, year seven: Observations about Medicaid managed care. Cagey, Clarke 2000 Fall 127-132
Medicaid and the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the United States. Graydon, T Randolph 2000 Fall 117-122
Medicaid spending: A brief history. Klemm, John D 2000 Fall 105-112
Medicare: 35 years of service. DeLew, Nancy A 2000 Fall 75-103
Trends in Medicare expenditures and financial status, 1966-2000. Foster, Richard S 2000 Fall 35-51
Racial and ethnic differences in hospitalization rates among aged Medicare beneficiaries, 1988 Eggers, Paul W 2000 Summer 91-105
Understanding and addressing racial disparities in health care Williams, David R 2000 Summer 75-90
Hospital, employment, and price indicators for the health care industry: Third quarter 1999 Martin, Shanon 2000 Spring 231-273
Impact of expanding SSI on Medicaid expenditures of disabled children Ettner, Susan L 2000 Spring 185-201
Modeling Medicare costs of PACE populations Robinson, James 2000 Spring 149-170
Risk adjustment for health plans disproportionately enrolling frail Medicare beneficiaries Riley, Gerald F 2000 Spring 135-148
Improving health-based payment for Medicaid beneficiaries: CDPS Kronick, Richard 2000 Spring 29-64
Medicare risk-adjusted capitation payments: from research to implementation Greenwald, Leslie M 2000 Spring 1-5
National health projections through 2008 Smith, Sheila 1999 Winter 211-237
What can the U.S. learn from national health accounting elsewhere? Berman, Peter 1999 Winter 47-63
Risk Selection and Benefits in the Medicare+Choice Program Feldman, Roger 2003 Fall 23-36
Measuring Function for Medicare Inpatient Rehabilitation Payment Carter, Grace 2003 Spring 25-44
An overview: The future of plan performance measurement. Sheingold, Steven H 2001 Spring 1-5
Medicare matters: Building on a record of accomplishments. Moon, Marilyn 2000 Fall 9-22
National health expenditures, 1998 Cowan, Cathy A 1999 Winter 165-210
Health Expenditure Trends in OECD Countries, 1990-2001 Huber, Manfred 2003 Fall 1-22
Evaluation of the ESRD Managed Care Demonstration Operations Oppenheimer, Caitlin 2003 Summer 7-29
Comparison of Functional Status Tools Used in Post-Acute Care Jette, Alan 2003 Spring 13-24
Medicaid Confronts a Changing Managed Care Marketplace Hurley, Robert 2002 Fall 11-25
Premium Rebates and the Quiet Consensus on Market Reform for Medicare Feldman, Roger 2001 Winter 19-33
Measuring beneficiary knowledge in two randomized experiments. McCormack, Lauren A 2001 Fall 47-62
National health expenditures, 1999. Cowan, Cathy A 2001 Summer 77-110
Developing performance measures for prescription drug management. Chawla, Anita J 2001 Spring 71-84
Covering uninsured adults through Medicaid: Lessons from the Oregon health plan. Haber, Susan 2000 Winter 119-135
Medicaid and the health of children. Hakim, Rosemarie B 2000 Fall 133-140
Why Medicare Part A and Part B, as well as Medicaid? Myers, Robert J 2000 Fall 53-54
An overview: Eliminating racial, ethnic, and SES disparities in health care DeLew, Nancy 2000 Summer 1-7
A clinically detailed risk information system for cost Carter, Grace M 2000 Spring 65-91
State health expenditure accounts: Minnesota s perspective Blewett, Lynn A 1999 Winter 65-83
ESRD Managed Care Demonstration: Financial Implications Dykstra, Dawn 2003 Summer 59-75
Capturing and Classifying Functional Status Information in Administrative Databases Iezzoni, Lisa 2003 Spring 61-76
Rolling Back Medicare Home Health Komisar, Harriet 2002 Winter 33-55
Assessing Medicare beneficiaries' readiness to make informed health plan choices. Levesque, Deborah A 2001 Fall 87-104
State Medicaid programs offering personal care services. LeBlanc, Allen J 2001 Summer 155-173
Adjusting performance measures to ensure equitable plan comparisons. Zaslavsky, Alan M 2001 Spring 109-126
Characteristics of Medicare persons in long-term care facilities. McCormick, John C 2000 Winter 175-180
Medicaid reform in the 1990s. Boben, Paul J 2000 Winter 1-5
Evolution of quality review programs for Medicare: Quality assurance to quality improvement. Bhatia, Anita J 2000 Fall 69-74
Approaches to eliminating sociocultural disparities in health Horowitz, Carol R 2000 Summer 57-74
Favorable selection in the Medicare+Choice program: New evidence Greenwald, Leslie M 2000 Spring 127-134
Medical expenditures for major diseases, 1995 Hodgson, Thomas A 1999 Winter 119-164
Drug Coverage, Utilization, and Spending by Medicare Beneficiaries with Heart Disease Sharma, Ravi 2003 Spring 139-157
Comparing Medicare Beneficiaries, by type of Post-Acute Care Received: 1999 Shatto, Andrew 2002 Winter 137-142
Developing Dialysis Facility-Specific Performance Measures for Public Reporting Frederick, Pamela 2002 Summer 37-50
Reconciling medical expenditure estimates from the MEPS and the NHA, 1996. Selden, Thomas M 2001 Fall 161-178
Beneficiaries' perceptions of new Medicare health plan choice print materials. Harris-Kojetin, Lauren D 2001 Fall 21-35
Factors influencing mammography use among women in Medicare managed care. Barr, Judith K 2001 Summer 49-61
Limitations of and barriers to using performance measurement: Purchasers' perspective. Ginsberg, Caren 2001 Spring 49-57
Medicaid's complex goals: Challenges for managed care and behavioral health. Gold, Marsha 2000 Winter 85-101
Home and community-based services waivers. Duckett, Mary J 2000 Fall 123-125
Health care for the poor: Medicaid at 35. Rowland, Diane 2000 Fall 23-34
Residential care supply, nursing home licensing, and case mix in four States Swan, James H 2000 Spring 203-229
Using diagnoses to describe populations and predict costs Ash, Arlene S 2000 Spring 7-28
State health expenditure accounts: Purposes, priorities, and procedures Long, Stephen H 1999 Winter 25-45
Hospitals and health maintenance organizations: an analysis of the Minneapolis-St. Paul experience. Morrisey, Michael A 1983 Mar 59-69
Reliability and validity in hospital case-mix measurement. Pettengill, Julian 1982 Dec 101-128
The effects of prospective reimbursement programs on hospital adoption and service sharing. Cromwell, Jerry L 1982 Dec 67-88
Personal health care expenditures by state, selected years 1966-1978. Levit, Katharine R 1982 Dec 1-46
Public policy and pharmaceutical innovation. Grabowski, Henry G 1982 Sep 75-87
Pre-enrollment reimbursement patterns of Medicare beneficiaries enrolled in "at-risk" HMOs. Eggers, Paul W 1982 Sep 55-73
Duplicate health insurance coverage: determinants of variation across states. Luft, Harold S 1982 Jun 45-66
Union activity in hospitals: past, present, and future. Becker, Edmund R 1982 Jun 1-14
Nursing home pre- admission screening: a review of state programs. Knowlton, Jackson 1982 Mar 75-87
Trends and regional variations in hospital use under Medicare. Gornick, Marian 1982 Mar 41-73
Demonstrations of alternative delivery systems under Medicare and Medicaid. Galblum, Trudi W 1982 Mar 1-12
The use of intensive care: a comparison of a university and community hospital. Draper, Elizabeth A 1981 Dec 49-64
The nursing home population: different perspectives and implications for policy. Liu, Korbin 1981 Dec 15-23
The Medicare Economic Index: its background and beginnings. Dutton Jr, Benson L 1981 Sep 137-140
Use and costs under the Iowa capitation drug program. Yesalis 3d, Charles E 1981 Sep 127-136
Symptoms of Depression Among Aged Medicare Enrollees: 2002 Waldo, Daniel 2004 Fall 143-155
Characteristics of High Staff Intensive Medicare Psychiatric Inpatients Cromwell, Jerry 2004 Fall 103-117
Performance Assessment in Community Mental Health Care and At-Risk Populations Holmes, Ann 2004 Fall 75-84
Medicaid Spending and Utilization for Central Nervous System Drugs Baugh, David 2004 Fall 57-73
Children's Mental Health Services in fee-for-Service Medicaid Larson, Mary Jo 2004 Fall 5-22
Coexisting Illness and Heart Disease Among Elderly Medicare Managed Care Enrollees Bierman, Arlene 2004 Summer 105-116
Chronic Conditions: Results of the Medicare Healt Outcomes Survey, 1998-2000 N/A, N/A 2004 Summer 75-91
Health Status of Dually Eligible Beneficiaries in Managed Care Plans Lied, Terry 2004 Summer 59-74
Trends in Medicaid Prescribed Drug Expenditures and Utilizaiton Tepper, Carl 2004 Spring 69-78
Open Access to Innovative Drugs: Treatment Susbtititions or Treatment Expansion? McCombs, Jeffrey 2004 Spring 35-53
Medicaid Prescription Drug Spending in the 1990s: A Decade of Change Baugh, David 2004 Spring 5-23
Medicaid Drugs Poisal, John 2004 Spring 1-4
Predictability of Prescription Drug Expenditures for Medicare Beneficiaries Wrobel, Marian 2003 Winter 37-46
Prescription Drug Benefits: Cost Management Issues for Medicare Fox, Peter 2003 Winter 7-21
Choosing to Convert to Critical Access Hospital Status Dalton, Kathleen 2003 Fall 115-132
Medicare Interim Payment System's Impact on Medicare Home Health Utilization Liu, Korbin 2003 Fall 81-97
Including Disenrollees I CAHPS Managed Care Healt Plan Assessment Reporting Bender, Randall 2003 Fall 67-78
Factors that may explain interstate differences in certificate-of-need decisions. Begley, Charles E 1982 Jun 87-94
National health expenditures, 1980. Gibson, Robert M 1981 Sep 1-54
Psychometric Evaluation of the SF-36 Health Survey in Medicare Managed Care Gandek, Barbara 2004 Summer 5-25
Abstracts of state legislated hospital cost-containment programs. Esposito, Alfonso 1982 Dec 129-158
National health expenditures, 1981. Waldo, Daniel R 1982 Sep 1-36
General revenue financing of Medicare: who will bear the burden? Johnson, Janet L 1982 Mar 13-20
Private health insurance plans in 1978 and 1979: a review of coverage, enrollment, and financial experience. Carroll, Marjorie S 1981 Sep 55-87
Effects of Managed Care on Southern Youth's Behavioral Services Saunders, Robert 2004 Fall 23-41
Estimation of Non-Response Bias in the Medicare FFS HOS McCall, Nancy 2004 Summer 27-41
Racial Disparities in Prescription Drug Use Among Dually Eligible Beneficiaries Schore, Jennifer 2003 Winter 77-90
Medicare Calibration of the Clinically Detailed Risk Information System for Cost Kapur, Kanika 2003 Fall 37-54
Differences among black, Hispanic, and white people in knowledge about long-term care services. Holmes, Douglas 1983 Winter 51-67
Utilization of Medicare services by beneficiaries having partial Medicare coverage. McCall, Nelda 1983 Winter 35-40
Managing programs for the elderly: design of a social information systems. Birnbaum, Howard 1983 Winter 11-24
Summary of the 1983 annual reports of the Medicare Board of Trustees. N/A, N/A 1983 Winter 1-10
Bed availability and hospital utilization: estimates of the "Roemer effect". Ginsburg, Paul B 1983 Fall 87-92
Consumers' knowledge about their health insurance coverage. Marquis, M Susan 1983 Fall 65-80
Options for change under Medicare: impact of a cap on catastrophic illness expense. Gornick, Marian 1983 Fall 33-43
Paying the hospital: foreign lessons for the United States. Glaser, William A 1983 Summer 99-110
Kaiser-Permanente's Medicare Plus Project: a successful Medicare prospective payment demonstration. Greenlick, Merwyn R 1983 Summer 85-97
Social and economic incentives for family caregivers. Horowitz, Amy 1983 Winter 25-33
National health expenditures, 1982. Gibson, Robert M 1983 Fall 1-32
Survey-based indices for nursing home quality incentive reimbursement. Willemain, Thomas R 1983 Mar 83-90
Case-mix differences between hospital outpatient departments and private practice. Lion, Joanna 1982 Sep 89-98
Bioactuarial models of national mortality time series data. Manton, Kenneth G 1982 Mar 89-106
Health insurance and health policy in the Federal Republic of Germany. Reinhardt, Uwe E 1981 Dec 1-14
Prospective Payment for Medicare Inpatient Psychiatric Care: Assessing the Alternatives Cotterill, Philip 2004 Fall 85-101
Use of HOS Data in Florida McDonald, Kathie 2004 Summer 93-104
Generic Drug cost containment in Medicaid: Lessons from Five State MAC Programs Abramson, Richard 2004 Spring 25-34
Trends I Nursing Home Expenses, 1987-1996 Rhoades, Jeffrey 2003 Fall 99-114
The potential use of Health Care Financing Administration data sets for health care services research. Lave, Judith R 1983 Fall 93-98
Impact of an all-or-nothing assignment requirement under Medicare. Mitchell, Janet B 1983 Summer 59-78
Reporting of Drug Expenditures in the MCBS Poisal, John 2003 Winter 23-36
Hospital and health maintenance organization financial agreements for inpatient services: a case study of the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Kralewski, John E 1983 Summer 79-84
National health expenditure growth in the 1980's: an aging population, new technologies, and increasing competition. Freeland, Mark S 1983 Mar 1-58
An analysis of hospital costs by cost center, 1971 through 1978. Ashby Jr, John L 1982 Sep 37-53
The rise in the incidence of hospitalizations for the aged, 1967 to 1979. Lubitz, James 1982 Mar 21-40
Individual health accounts: an alternative health care financing approach. Stano, Miron 1981 Sep 117-125
Medicaid Behavioral Health Care Plan Satisfaction and Children's Service Utilization Cook, Judith 2004 Fall 43-55
Measurement Comparisons of the Medical Outcomes Study and Veterans SF-36 Health Survey Kazis, Lewis 2004 Summer 43-58
Medicare Beneficiary's Use of Prescriptio Drug Discount Cards, CY 2002 Eppig, Franklin 2003 Winter 91-94
Beneficiary Reported Experience and Voluntary Disenrollment in Medicare Managed Care Bender, Randall 2003 Fall 55-66
Care for the chronically ill: nursing home incentive payment experience. Weissert, William G 1983 Winter 41-49
A statistical analysis of the Medicare hospital routine nursing salary cost differential. Fitzmaurice, J Michael 1983 Fall 45-64
A new approach to hospital cost functions and some issues in revenue regulation. Friedman, Bernard 1983 Mar 105-114
The effects of hospital rate-setting programs on volumes of hospital services: a preliminary analysis. Worthington, Nancy L 1982 Dec 47-66
Trends in Tennessee Medicaid acute care: use and expenditures, 1974-1978. Cromwell, Jerry L 1982 Jun 15-43
Regional hospital input price indexes. Freeland, Mark S 1981 Dec 25-48
Public Insurance Eligibility and Enrollment for Special Health Care Needs Children Davidoff, Amy 2004 Fall 119-135
Risk Adjustment of Medicare Capitation Payments Using the CMS-HCC Model Pope, Gregory 2004 Summer 119-141
Drug Policy Down Under: Australia's Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme Duckett, Stephen 2004 Spring 55-67
Medicare Drugs Poisal, John 2003 Winter 1-5
The hidden costs of treating severely ill patients: charges and resource consumption in an intensive care unit. Wagner, Douglas P 1983 Fall 81-86
The Medicaid program in Puerto Rico: description, context, and trends. Pagan-Berlucchi, Eileen 1983 Summer 1-17
Hospital payroll costs, productivity, and employment under prospective reimbursement. Kidder, David 1982 Dec 89-100
Changes in Medicare reimbursement in Colorado: impact on physicians' economic behavior. Rice, Thomas 1982 Jun 67-85
Copayments and consumer search: increasing competition in Medicare and other insured medical markets. Cantwell, James R 1981 Dec 65-76
Mental Health Issues Clark, Peggy 2004 Fall 1-4
Measuring and Improving Health Outcomes in Medicare: The Medicare HOS Program Haffer, Samuel 2004 Summer 1-3
Dental care demand: age-specific estimates for the population 65 years of age and over. Conrad, Douglas A 1983 Summer 47-57
Six months of Medicaid data: a summary from the National Medical Care Utilization and Expenditure Survey. Dobson, Allen 1983 Mar 115-121
Cross-national differences in dialysis rates. Prottas, Jeffrey 1983 Mar 91-103
Evaluation of the maximum allowable cost program. Lee, A James 1983 Mar 71-82
Should children's hospitals have special consideration in reimbursement policy? Long, Michael J 1986 Fall 55-63
The future of Medicare policy reform: priorities for research and demonstrations. Dobson, Allen 1986 Supp. 1-8
Impact of the Medicare prospective payment system for hospitals. Guterman, Stuart 1986 Spring 97-114
Home care expenses for the disabled elderly. Liu, Korbin 1985 Winter 51-58
Outcomes of surgery among the Medicare aged: surgical volume and mortality. Riley, Gerald F 1985 Fall 37-47
Outcomes of surgery among the Medicare aged: mortality after surgery. Lubitz, James 1985 Summer 103-115
Enrollment in and disenrollment from health maintenance organizations by Medicaid recipients. DesHarnais, Susan I 1985 Spring 39-50
National health expenditures, 1983. Gibson, Robert M 1984 Winter 1-30
Unrecognized redistributions of revenue in diagnosis-related group-based prospective payment systems. Kominski, Gerald F 1984 Supp. 57-69
Determinants of physician assignment rates by type of service. Rice, Thomas 1984 Summer 33-42
The Medicare experience with end-stage renal disease: trends in incidence, prevalence, and survival. Eggers, Paul W 1984 Spring 69-88
Managed competition in health care and the unfinished agenda. Enthoven, Alain C 1986 Supp. 105-119
Rate adjusters for Medicare under capitation. Newhouse, Joseph P 1986 Supp. 45-55
Medicare case-mix index increase. Ginsburg, Paul B 1986 Summer 51-65
Comparison of alternative relative weights for diagnosis-related groups. Cotterill, Philip G 1986 Spring 37-51
Physician medical malpractice. LeMasurier, Jean 1985 Fall 111-116
Twenty years of Medicare and Medicaid: covered populations, use of benefits, and program expenditures. Gornick, Marian 1985 Supp. 13-59
Personal health care expenditures, by State: 1966-82. Levit, Katharine R 1985 Summer 1-50
The dually entitled elderly Medicare and Medicaid population living in the community. McMillan, Alma 1984 Winter 73-85
Trends in Medicare reimbursement for end-stage renal disease: 1974-1979. Eggers, Paul W 1984 Fall 31-38
Evaluating and improving the measurement of hospital case mix. Jencks, Stephen F 1984 Supp. 1-12
The valium project: diagnostic restrictions as a utilization control in a Medicaid drug program. Boisseree, Victor R 1984 Spring 133-138
The economics of information exchange: Medicaid in Wisconsin. Andreano, Ralph 1986 Fall 65-78
Case-mix reimbursement for nursing home services: simulation approach. Adams, E Kathleen 1986 Fall 35-45
Outcomes of surgery in the Medicare aged population: rehospitalization after surgery. Riley, Gerald F 1986 Fall 23-34
National health expenditures, 1985. Waldo, Daniel R 1986 Fall 1-22
Consumer information needs in a competitive health care environment. Varner, Theresa 1986 Supp. 99-104
Symposium on data in a capitated environment. Introduction. Lubitz, James 1986 Supp. 75-77
Quality of care review: recent experience in Arizona. Schaller, Donald F 1986 Supp. 65-74
Pricing strategies for capitated delivery systems. Gruenberg, Leonard 1986 Supp. 35-44
Overview of Medicaid capitation and case-management initiatives. Freund, Deborah A 1986 Supp. 21-30
Capitation and the Medicare program: history, issues, and evidence. Langwell, Kathryn M 1986 Supp. 9-20
Summary of a conference on national health expenditures accounting. Lindsey, Phoebe A 1986 Summer 87-96
Testing a diagnosis-related group index for skilled nursing facilities. Cotterill, Philip G 1986 Summer 75-85
Setting health maintenance organization capitation rates for Medicaid in Wisconsin. England, William L 1986 Summer 67-73
A profile of functionally impaired elderly persons living in the community. Macken, Candace L 1986 Summer 33-49
Health status and utilization: differences by Medicaid coverage and income. Kasper, Judith D 1986 Summer 1-18
Living arrangement choices of elderly singles: effects of income and disability. Bishop, Christine E 1986 Spring 65-73
Symposium: 20 Years of Medicare and Medicaid Bristow, Lonnie R 1985 Supp. 63-67
A comparison of hospital outpatient departments and private practice. Lion, Joanna 1985 Summer 69-81
A distributional assessment of Rhode Island's Catastrophic Health Insurance Plan (CHIP). Lord, Blair M 1984 Fall 51-59
Incorporating severity of illness and comorbidity in case-mix measurement. Young, Wanda W 1984 Supp. 23-31
Health care expenditures for major diseases in 1980. Hodgson, Thomas A 1984 Summer 1-12
Physician pricing and health insurance reimbursement. Yett, Donald E 1983 Winter 69-80
Prospective payment for Medicare skilled nursing facilities: background and issues. Liu, Korbin 1986 Fall 79-85
Medicare capitation and quality of care for the frail elderly. Siu, Albert L 1986 Supp. 57-63
Medicaid program characteristics: effects on health care expenditures and utilization. McDevitt, Roland D 1985 Winter 1-30
Cost and case-mix differences between hospital-based and freestanding nursing homes. Sulvetta, Margaret B 1986 Spring 75-84
Changes in distribution of Medicare expenditures among aged enrollees, 1969-82. Riley, Gerald F 1986 Spring 53-63
Projections of health care spending to 1990. Arnett 3d, Ross H 1986 Spring 1-36
Evaluation of the Arizona health care cost-containment system. McCall, Nelda 1985 Winter 77-88
Trends in physician assignment rates for Medicare services, 1968-85. McMillan, Alma 1985 Winter 59-75
How available are evening dialysis services? Held, Philip J 1985 Winter 31-37
Medicare expenditures and utilization under State hospital rate setting. Cromwell, Jerry L 1985 Fall 97-109
The economic costs of illness: a replication and update. Rice, Dorothy P 1985 Fall 61-80
Containing Medicaid costs in an era of growing physician supply. Held, Philip J 1985 Fall 49-60
Building a better safety net. Mills, Wilbur D 1985 Supp. 1
A framework for analyzing prospective payment system rate-increase factors. Arnett 3d, Ross H 1985 Summer 135-141
Shaping public policy from the perspective of a data builder. Dobson, Allen 1985 Summer 117-134
Estimating the long-term care population: prevalence rates and selected characteristics. Weissert, William G 1985 Summer 83-91
Physician losses from Medicare and Medicaid discounts: how real are they? Cromwell, Jerry L 1985 Summer 51-68
Economic aspects of drug substitution. Salehi, Hossein 1985 Spring 59-68
The relationship of hospital ownership and service composition to hospital charges. Eskoz, Robin 1985 Spring 51-58
Health spending trends in the 1980's: adjusting to financial incentives. Arnett 3d, Ross H 1985 Spring 1-26
End-stage renal disease: a profile of facilities furnishing treatment. Gibson, David A 1984 Winter 87-90
Case mix, quality, and cost relationships in Colorado nursing homes. Schlenker, Robert E 1984 Winter 61-71
Assessment of level of care: implications of interrater reliability on health policy. Gustafson, David H 1984 Winter 43-51
Private health insurance: new measures of a complex and changing industry. Arnett 3d, Ross H 1984 Winter 31-42
Relative intensity measures: pricing the inpatient nursing services under diagnosis-related group prospective hospital payment. Caterinicchio, Russell P 1984 Fall 61-70
Medicaid nursing home reimbursement policies, rates, and expenditures. Harrington, Charlene 1984 Fall 39-49
Demographic characteristics and health care use and expenditures by the aged in the United States: 1977-1984. Waldo, Daniel R 1984 Fall 1-30
A research paradigm for severity for illness: issues for the diagnosis-related group system. Gertman, Paul M 1984 Supp. 79-90
Variation in resource use within diagnosis-related groups: the severity issue. Smits, Helen L 1984 Supp. 71-88
The Severity of Illness Index as a severity adjustment to diagnosis-related groups. Horn, Susan D 1984 Supp. 33-45
Disease staging: implications for hospital reimbursement and management. Conklin, Jonathan E 1984 Supp. 13-22
Toward a better understanding of hospital occupancy rates. Phillip, P Joseph 1984 Summer 53-61
Return to nursing home investment: issues for public policy. Baldwin, Carliss Y 1984 Summer 43-52
An analysis of structural incentives in the Arizona Health Care Cost-Containment System. Vogel, Ronald J 1984 Summer 13-22
The use and costs of Medicare services in the last 2 years of life. Lubitz, James 1984 Spring 117-131
Paying for physician services in state Medicaid programs. Holahan, John 1984 Spring 99-110
The Medical Care Advisory Committee for state Medicaid programs: current status and trends. Davidson, Stephen M 1984 Spring 89-98
Overview of employer capitation activities. Moley, Kevin E 1986 Supp. 31-34
Health care use by Medicare's disabled enrollees. Lubitz, James 1986 Summer 19-31
Medicare physicians' services: the composition of spending and assignment rates. Burney, Ira L 1985 Fall 81-96
An overview of long-term care. Doty, Pamela 1985 Spring 69-78
Incentives in case-mix measures for long-term care. Smits, Helen L 1984 Winter 53-59
Classifying severity of illness by using clinical findings. Brewster, Alan G 1984 Supp. 107-108
The Bedford-Stuyvesant/Crown Heights demonstration project. Wolfe, Harry B 1984 Summer 63-69
Home health care cost-function analysis. Hay, Joel W 1984 Spring 111-116
Factors affecting appropriateness of hospital use in Massachusetts. Restuccia, Joseph D 1986 Fall 47-54
Medicare prospective payment system: Length of stay for selected diagnosis-related groups. Callahan, Wayne 1986 Summer 99-106
Functional health measure for adjusting health maintenance organization capitation rates. Thomas, J William 1986 Spring 85-95
Out-of-plan use by Medicare enrollees in a risk-sharing health maintenance organization. Haglund, Claudia L 1985 Winter 39-49
National health expenditures, 1984. Levit, Katharine R 1985 Fall 1-36
Relative value scales for physicians' services. Juba, David A 1985 Summer 93-101
Using prior utilization to determine payments for Medicare enrollees in health maintenance organizations. Beebe, James C 1985 Spring 27-38
The measurement of nursing intensity. Thompson, John D 1984 Supp. 47-55
Factors affecting laboratory test use and prices. Danzon, Patricia M 1984 Summer 23-32
Health spending in the 1980's: integration of clinical practice patterns with management. Freeland, Mark S 1984 Spring 1-68
Selection bias in health maintenance organizations: analysis of recent evidence. Hellinger, Fred J 1987 Winter 55-63
Effects of selected fee schedule options on physicians' Medicare receipts. Christensen, Sandra 1987 Winter 25-37
Nursing home costs for those dually entitled to Medicare and Medicaid. McMillan, Alma 1987 Winter 1-14
Hospital utilization and expenditures for Medicaid enrollees by major diagnosis group. Pine, Penelope L 1987 Fall 91-96
Outpatient prescription drug spending by the Medicare population. Waldo, Daniel R 1987 Fall 83-89
State preadmission screening programs for controlling utilization of long-term care. Polich, Cynthia L 1987 Fall 43-49
Use of dental services in 1980. Hunt, Nileen 1987 Fall 31-42
Reviewing the quality of care: priorities for improvement. Roberts, James S 1987 Supp. 69-74
Theory and practice for measuring health care quality. Berwick, Donald M 1987 Supp. 49-55
Symposium: case-mix measurement and assessing quality of hospital care. Brook, Robert H 1987 Supp. 39-48
Monitoring adverse outcomes of surgery using administrative data. Roos, Leslie L 1987 Supp. 5-16
Quality of health care measurement: a research priority. Davis, Feather A 1987 Supp. 1-4
Impact of the prospective payment system on physician charges under Medicare. Fisher, Charles R 1987 Summer 101-103
Competitive bidding for home care under the channeling demonstration. Christianson, Jon B 1987 Summer 73-86
Setting capitation payments in markets for health services. Ellis, Randall P 1987 Summer 55-64
A multidimensional approach to case mix for home health services. Manton, Kenneth G 1987 Summer 37-54
Impact of State hospital rate setting on capital formation. Cromwell, Jerry L 1987 Spring 69-82
Medicare physician fee schedules: issues and evidence from South Carolina. Juba, David A 1987 Spring 57-67
Nursing dependency, diagnosis-related groups, and length of hospital stay. Halloran, Edward J 1987 Spring 27-36
Medicaid recipients in intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded. Burwell, Brian O 1987 Spring 1-12
Urban and rural hospitals: how do they differ? Hatten, James M 1986 Winter 77-85
Medicare outpatient clinical laboratory services payments: relative value scale approach. Gurny, Paul 1986 Winter 45-52
Reimbursement under diagnosis-related groups: the Medicaid experience. Hellinger, Fred J 1986 Winter 35-44
Capitation pricing: adjusting for prior utilization and physician discretion. Anderson, Gerald F 1986 Winter 27-34
Self-insured health plans. McDonnell, Patricia A 1986 Winter 1-16
Socioeconomic factors and Medicare supplemental health insurance. Garfinkel, Steven A 1987 Fall 21-30
Low-birth-weight rate reduced by the obstetrical access project. Lennie, J Athole 1987 Spring 83-86
Long-term care in international perspective. Doty, Pamela 1988 Supp. 145-155
Nursing home regulation: history and expectations. Morford, Thomas G 1988 Supp. 129-132
State tax incentives for person giving informal care of the elderly. Hendrickson, Michael C 1988 Supp. 123-128
Long-term care financing through Federal tax incentives. Moran, Donald W 1988 Supp. 117-121
Reforming long-term care financing through insurance. Meiners, Mark R 1988 Supp. 109-112
Recent trends in financing long-term care. Wallack, Stanley S 1988 Supp. 97-102
Private sector initiatives in case management. Henderson, Mary G 1988 Supp. 89-95
Case management of persons with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in San Francisco. Benjamin, A E 1988 Supp. 69-74
The need for special interventions for multiple hospital admission patients. Eggert, Gerald M 1988 Supp. 57-67
Case management for long-term and acute medical care. Capitman, John A 1988 Supp. 53-55
Trends in Medicare use of post-hospital care. Gornick, Marian 1988 Supp. 27-38
A descriptive framework for new hospital roles in geriatric care. Capitman, John A 1988 Supp. 17-25
A perspective on long-term care for the elderly. Scanlon, William J 1988 Supp. 7-16
Use and cost of hospital outpatient services under Medicare, 1985. Helbing, Charles 1988 Summer 113-125
Medicare hospice benefit: early program experiences. Davis, Feather A 1988 Summer 99-111
Nursing home bed capacity in the States, 1978-86. Harrington, Charlene 1988 Summer 81-97
Using diagnosis-related groups for studying variations in hospital admissions. Roos, Noralou P 1988 Summer 53-62
Total charges for inpatient medical rehabilitation. McGinnis, Gayle E 1988 Summer 31-40
Medicaid Tape-to-Tape findings: California, New York, and Michigan, 1981. Howell, Embry M 1988 Summer 1-30
The first 3 years of Medicare prospective payment: an overview. Guterman, Stuart 1988 Spring 67-77
Financing services for developmentally disabled people: directions for reform. Tompkins, Arnold R 1988 Supp. 103-107
High-cost users of medical care. Garfinkel, Steven A 1988 Summer 41-52
Medicare reimbursement and regression to the mean. Beebe, James C 1988 Spring 9-22
Medicare discharges by facility status under the prospective payment system, 1984-86. Hatten, James M 1987 Fall 97-101
Assessing process of care under capitated and fee-for-service Medicare. Bates, Elizabeth W 1987 Supp. 57-68
Case mix and charges for inpatient and outpatient chemotherapy. Lion, Joanna 1987 Summer 65-71
Impact of municipal health services Medicare waiver program. Fleming, Gretchen V 1987 Spring 13-25
Respite care: lessons from a controlled design study. Montgomery, Rhonda J 1988 Supp. 133-138
Case management in capitated long-term care. Zawadski, Rick T 1988 Supp. 75-81
Physician charges for surgical services under Medicare, by medical specialty: 1980 and 1985. Fisher, Charles R 1988 Summer 127-132
Use of specialty hospitals by Medicare beneficiaries, 1985. Helbing, Charles 1988 Spring 79-88
Evaluation of Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, 1984-85. McCall, Nelda 1987 Winter 79-89
Comparative trends in hospital expenses, finances, utilization, and inputs, 1970-81. Cromwell, Jerry L 1987 Fall 51-69
Medicare elective surgery outcomes and state prospective reimbursement programs. Gaumer, Gary L 1987 Supp. 17-27
Medicare enrollment in health maintenance organizations. McMillan, Alma 1987 Spring 87-93
Simulating the impact of case-mix adjusted hospice rates. Mor, Vincent 1986 Winter 53-64
Life care: new options for financing and delivering long-term care. Cohen, Marc A 1988 Supp. 139-143
Case management in the social health maintenance organization demonstrations. Yordi, Cathleen L 1988 Supp. 83-88
Long-term care: the public role and the private initiatives. Burke, Thomas R 1988 Supp. 1-6
Update on provider input price indexes. Cymer, William E 1988 Spring 89-94
Medicare use and cost of short-stay hospital services by enrollees with cataract, 1984. Ruther, Martin M 1987 Winter 91-99
Policy issues related to prospective payment for pediatric hospitalization. Payne, Susan M 1987 Fall 71-82
Prospective payment system and quality: early results and research strategy. Eggers, Paul W 1987 Supp. 29-37
National health expenditures, 1986-2000. N/A, N/A 1987 Summer 1-36
Status of the Medicaid competition demonstrations. Hurley, Robert E 1986 Winter 65-75
Home equity conversion and the financing of long-term care. Weinrobe, Maurice D 1988 Supp. 113-115
Case mix for nursing home payment: resource utilization groups, version II. Schneider, Don P 1988 Supp. 39-52
Physician participation in alternative health plans. Rosenbach, Margo L 1988 Summer 63-79
State Medicaid reimbursement for nursing homes, 1978-86. Swan, James H 1988 Spring 33-50
Adjusting capitation using chronic disease risk factors: a preliminary study. Howland, Jonathan 1987 Winter 15-23
Children and Medicaid: the experience in four states. Rymer, Marilyn P 1987 Fall 1-20
Community care demonstrations: what have we learned? Kemper, Peter 1987 Summer 87-100
Early experience of health maintenance organizations under Medicare competition demonstrations. Langwell, Kathryn M 1987 Spring 37-55
Physician utilization and expenditures in a Medicaid population. Buczko, William 1986 Winter 17-26
Hospital union election activity, 1974-85. Becker, Edmund R 1988 Spring 59-66
Variations in the use of physician services by Medicare beneficiaries. Stano, Miron 1988 Spring 51-58
Utilization and case-mix impacts of per case payment in Maryland. Salkever, David S 1988 Spring 23-32
Medicaid expenditures for the disabled under a work incentive program. Andrews, Roxanne M 1988 Spring 1-8
Health care facilities participating in Medicare and Medicaid programs, 1987. Watkins, Valeria 1987 Winter 101-105
Medicaid hospital spending: effects of reimbursement and utilization control policies. Zuckerman, Stephen 1987 Winter 65-77
Estimating Medicare Advantage Lock-In Provisions Impacton Vulnerable Medicare Beneficiaries Laschober, M. 2005 Spring 63-80
Health Care d Expenditures of Medicare HMO Disenrollees Parente, S. T. 2005 Spring 31-44
Social and Economic Determinants of Medicare Managed Care Paricipation Heller, A. 2005 Spring 1-4
Financial Vulnerability Among Medicare Managed CareEnrollees Robbins, C. S. 2005 Spring 81-92
Voluntary Disenrollment from Medicare Managed Care:Market Factors and Disabled Beneficiaries Mobley, L. 2005 Spring 45-62
Multiple Cohorts Analysis of the Medicare Health Outcomes Survey, 1998-2002 Grace, S. C. 2005 Spring 125-128
Estimating Payment Error for Medicare Acute Care Inpatient Services Krushat, W. M. 2005 Summer 39-50
Voluntary Partial Capitation: The Community Nursing Organization Medicare Demonstration Frakt, A. B., 2005 Summer 21-38
Return on Investment in Disease Management: A Review Goetzel, R.. Z. 2005 Summer 1-19
Evaluating the Effect of Translation on Spanish Speakers' Ratings of Medicare Bann, C. M. 2005 Summer 51-66
Budget Impact of Medicaid Section 1115 Demonstrations for Early HIV Treatment Shackman, B. R. 2005 Summer 67-80
Low-Income Children's Preventive Services Use: Implications of Parents' Medicaid Status Glifford, E. J. 2005 Summer 81-94
Children's Servide Use During the Transition to PCCM in Two States Bronstein, J. M. 2005 Summer 95-108
U.S. and German Case Studies in Chronic Care Management: An Overview Care Management in Germany and Guterman, S. 2005 Fall 1-8
Prescription Drug Use in the Elderly: A Descriptive Analysis Moxey, Elizabeth 2003 Summer 127-142
Legislative Update N/A N/A 1998 Fall 133-134
Medicare and Medicaid: The Past as Prologue Berkowitz, E. 2005 Winter 11-24
Participation and Crowd-Out in a Medicare Drug Benefit: Simulation Estimates Shea, Dennis 2003 Winter 47-62
Burden of Helath Care Costs: Businesses, Households, and Governments, 1987-2000 Cowan, Cathy 2002 Spring 131-159
Diabetes in the Medicare Aged Population, 2004 Adler, G. S. 2007 Winter 91-102
Multifactor Productivity in Health Care Poisal, J. A. 2007 Winter 1-4
Repricing Specialty Hospital Outpatient Services Using Ambulatory Surgery Center Prices Healy, D. 2007 Winter 81-90
Multifactor Productivity in Physicians' Offices: An Exploratory Analysis Fisher, C. 2007 Winter 15-32
Estimates of Physician Productivity: An Evaluation Newhouse, J. P. 2007 Winter 33-40
Hospital Multifactor Productivity: A Presentation and Analysis of Two Methodologies Cylus, J. D. 2007 Winter 49-64
Productivity Adjustment in the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Update Newhouse, J. P. 2007 Winter 5-14
Impact of Resource-Based Practice Expenses on the Medicare Physician Volume Maxwell, S. 2007 Winter 65-80
Discussing Medicare Physician Productivity and the Exploratory Analysis Dyckman, Z. 2007 Winter 41-48
Editorial Policy N/A 2007 Winter 103
CMS Frailty Adjustment Model Kautter, John 2004 Winter 1-19
Health Based Capitation Risk Adjustment in Minnesota Public Health Care Programs Gifford, Gregory A. 2004 Winter 21-41
Provider Opt Out Under Medicare Private Contracting Buczko, William 2004 Winter 43-59
Accuracy and Bias of Race/Ethnicity Codes in the Medicare Enrollment Database Waldo, Daniel R. 2004 Winter 61-72
Access to Care for Disabled Children Under Medicaid Long, Sharon K. 2004 Winter 89-103
High Risk Pools for Uninsurable Individuals: Recent Growth, Future Prospects Frakt, Austin B. 2004 Winter 73-85
Medicaid Managed Care and Racial Disparities in AIDS Treatment Guwani, James M. 2004 Winter 119-132
Estimates of Dual and Full Medicaid Benefit Dual Enrollees, 1999 Baugh, David K. 2004 Winter 133-139
Smoking Among Medicaid Insured Mothers: What are the Neonatal Expenses? Adams, E. Kathleen 2004 Winter 105-118
Medicare's Challenges in Paying Providers Newhouse, J. P. 2005 Winter 35-44
Role of SCHIP in Serving Children with Special Health Care Needs Yu, H. 2006 Winter 53-64
Medicare Beneficiaries' Use of Computers and Internet: 1998-2005 Tan, R. L. 2006 Winter 45-52
Trends in the Health Status of Medicare Risk Contract Enrollees Riley, G. 2006 Winter 81-96
Setting Physicians' Prices in FFS Medicare: An Economic Perspective Dowd, B. 2006 Winter 97-112
Origins and Elaboration of the National Health Accounts, 1926-2006 Fetter, B. 2006 Fall 53-67
Clinical Health Information Technologies and the Role of Medicaid Alfreds, S. T. 2006 Winter 11-20
Personal Care Satisfaction Among Aged and Physically Disabled Medicaid Beneficiaries Khatutsky, G. 2006 Fall 69-86
Workforce Issues and Consumer Satisfaction in Medicaid Personal Assistance Services Anderson, W. L. 2006 Fall 87-101
Medication Used Among Medicaid Users of Home and Community-Based Services Shinogle, J. 2006 Fall 103-116
BBA Impacts on Hospital Residents, Finances, and Medicare Subsidies Cromwell, J. 2006 Fall 117-129
Valuing Hospital Investment in Information Technology: Does Governance Make a Difference? Parente, S. T. 2006 Winter 31-44
Medicaid Information Technology Architecture: An Overview Friedman, R. H. 2006 Winter 1-10
Future Directions of the National Health Expenditure Accounts: Conference Overview Huskamp, H. A. 2006 Fall 1-8
Monitoring Health Spending Increases: Incremental Budget Analyses reveal challenging Tradeoffs Hartman, M. 2006 Fall 41-52
Medicare Beneficiary Knowledge: Measurement Implications from a Qualitative Study Teal, C. R. 2006 Summer 13-23
Randomized Trial of Stage-Based Interventions for Informed Medicare Choices Levesque, D. A. 2006 Summer 25-40
Risk-Adjustment System for the Medicare Capitated ESRD Program Levy, J. M. 2006 Summer 53-69
Medicare Preferred Provider Organization Demonstration: Plan Offerings and Beneficiary Enrollment Pope, G. C. 2006 Spring 95-109
Trends and Current Drug Utilization Patterns of Medicaid Beneficiaries Lied, T. R. 2006 Spring 123-132
Cost Weight Compression: Impact of Cost Data Precision and Completeness Botz, C. K. 2006 Spring 111-122
Redesigning Medicare Inpatient PPS to Adjust Payment for Post-Admission Complications Averill, R. F. 2006 Spring 83-93
Alcohol Consumption in Older Adults and Medicare Costs Mukamal, K. J. 2006 Spring 49-61
Identifying Potentially Preventable Complications Using a Present on Admission Indicator Hughes, J. S. 2006 Spring 63-82
Overview of the SEER Medicare Health Outcomes Survey Linked Dataset Ambs, A. 2008 Summer 5
SEER-MHOS: A New Federal Collaboration on Cancer Outcomes Research Clauser, S. B. 2008 Summer 1
Medication Patterns for Medicare Beneficiaries with SNF / LTC Facility Stays Stuart, B. 2008 Spring 13
Characteristics and Perceptions of the Medicare Population: 2001-2005 Murgolo, M. 2008 Spring 59
Access and Satisfaction Among Children in Georgia s Medicaid Program and SCHIP: 2000 to 2003 Adams, E. K. 2008 Spring 43
Diabetes in the Medicare Aged Population, 2004 Alder, G. S. 2008 Spring 69
Medicare and Medicaid: The Past as Prologue Berkowitz 2008 Spring 81
More Accurate Racial and Ethnic Codes for Medicare Administrative Data Eicheldinger, C. 2008 Spring 27
Impacts of a Disease Management Program for Dually Esposito, D. 2008 Fall 27
Evaluation of Medicare Health Support Chronic Disease Cromwell, J. 2008 Fall 47
Site Randomized Trial of Coordinated Care in Medicare FFS Brown, R. 2008 Fall 5
Case Selection for a Medicaid Chronic Care Management Weir, S. 2008 Fall 61
Identifying Potentially Preventable Readmissions Goldfield, N. I. 2008 Fall 75
Overview: Disease Management Kapp, M. C. 2008 Fall 1
Increasing Colorectal Cancer Testing: Translating Physician Interventions Into Population-Based Schenck, P. A. 2006 Spring 25-35
Predictors of Preventive Service Use Among Medicare Beneficiaries Ozminkowski, R. J. 2006 Spring 5-23
Overview: Medicare and Prevention Lapin, P. 2006 Spring 1-4
SCHIP Structure and Children's Use of Care Bronstein, J. M. 2006 Summer 41-51
Dually Eligible Enrollees: 2002 Lied, T. R. 2006 Summer 137-144
Depressed Mood and Mental Health Among Elderly Medicare Managed Care Enrollees Bierman, A. S. 2006 Summer 123-136
HMO Penetration, Hospital Competition, and Growth of Ambulatory Surgery Centers Bian, J. 2006 Summer 111-122
End of Life Medicare and Medicaid Expenditures for Dually Eligible Beneficiaries Liu, K. 2006 Summer 95-110
Legislating Medicaid: Considering Medicaid and Its Origin Moore, J. D. 2005 Winter 45-52
Medicare at Forty Davis, K. 2005 Winter 53-62
Significance of Medicare and Medicaid Programs for the Practice of Medicine DeWalt, D. A. 2005 Winter 79-90
Medicare's Drug Discount Card Program: Beneficiaries' Experience with Choice Hassol, A. 2007 Summer 1-14
Medicare Disease Management in Policy Context Linden, A. 2008 Spring 1
Financial Gains and Risks in Pay-for-Performance Bonus Algorithms Cromwell, J. 2007 Fall 5-14
Diagnosis-Based Risk Adjustment for Medicare Prescription Drug Plan Payments Robst, J. 2007 Summer 15-30
Disabled Medicare Beneficiaries by Dual Eligible Status: California, 1996-2001 O'Leary,J. F. 2007 Summer 57-68
Medicaid's Expenditures for Newer Pharmacotherapies for Adults with Disabilities Shireman, T. I. 2007 Summer 31-42
Prescription Drug Use and Expenditures Among Dually Eligible Beneficiaries Bagchi, A. D. 2007 Summer 43-56
Medicaid's Role in the Many Markets for Health Care Quinn, K. 2007 Summer 69-82
Physician Code Creep: Evidence in Medicaid and State Employee Health Insurance Billing Seiber, E. E. 2007 Summer 83-94
Partially Capitated Managed Care Versus FFS for Special Needs Children Schuster, C. R. 2007 Summer 109-124
Evolution of State Outreach Efforts Under SCHIP Williams, S. R. 2007 Summer 95-107
Hospital Size, Uncertainty, and Pay-for-Performance Davidson, G. 2007 Fall 45-58
Emerging Issues of Pay-for-Performance in Health Care Thomas, F. G. 2007 Fall 1-4
Medicare Physician Group Practice Demonstration Design:Quality and Efficiency Pay-for-Performance Kautter, J. 2007 Fall 15-30
Profiling Efficiency and Quality of Physician Organizations in Medicare Pope, G. C. 2007 Fall 31-44
Medicare+Choice Individual and Group Enrollment: 2001and 2002 Hileman, Geoffrey R. 2002 Fall 145-154
Pioneering Pay-for-Quality: Lessons from the Rewarding Results Demonstrations Young, G. J. 2007 Fall 59-70
Medicaid and SCHIP Coverage: Findings from California and North Carolina Kenney, G. 2007 Fall 71-86
Impact of Drug Coverage on Medical Expenditures Among the Elderly Gilman, B. H. 2007 Fall 103-118
Prescription Drug Coverage Among Medicare Beneficiaries Regan, J. F. 2007 Fall 119-126
Medicare Beneficiary Knowledge of and Experience with Prescription Drug Cards Rudolph, N. V. 2007 Fall 87-102
Health Care Quality Reporting: Changes and Challenges Miranda, D. J. 2007 Spring 1-4
Public Reporting of Quality Information on Medicaid Health Plans Felt-Lisk, S. 2007 Spring 5-16
Understanding the Reporting Practices of CAHPS Sponsors Teleki, S. S. 2007 Spring 17-30
Disenrollment Information and Medicare Plan Choice: Is More Information Better? Spranca, M. D. 2007 Spring 47-60
Testing Consumers' Comprehension of Quality Measures Using Alternative Reporting Formats Gerteis, M. 2007 Spring 31-46
Risk Adjustment and Public Reporting on Home Health Care Murtaugh, C. M. 2007 Spring 77-94
Hospital Response to Public Reporting of Quality Indicators Laschober, M. 2007 Spring 61-76
Composite Health Plan Quality Scales Caldis, T. 2007 Spring 95-108
Medicare's Quality Improvement Organization Program Value in Nursing Homes Shih, A. 2007 Spring 109-116
Effect of Medicaid Payment on Rehabilitation Care for Nursing Home Residents Wodchis, W. P. 2007 Spring 117-130
Measures and Predictors of Medicare Knowledge: A Review of the Literature Greenwald, L. M. 2006 Summer 1-12
Medicaid and Health Information: Current and Emerging Legal Issues Rosenbaum, S. 2006 Winter 21-30
Resource Utilization and Costs of Age-Related Macular Degeneration Halpern, M.T. 2006 Spring 37-47
Impact of Nonresponse on Medicare Current Beneficiary Survey Estimates Kautter, J. 2006 Summer 71-93
Reconciling Medical expenditure Estimates from the MEPS and NHEA, 2002 Sing, M. 2006 Fall 25-40
Medicaid Waiver Personal Care Services: Results of a Statewide Survey Glass, A. P. 2008 Winter 53
Nursing Home Work Environment Characteristics: Associated Outcomes in Psychosocial Care Bonifas, R. P. 2008 Winter 19
Effects of Green House Nursing Homes on Residents' Families Lum, T. Y. 2008 Winter 35
Alternative Comorbidity Adjustors for the Medicare Inpatient Psychiatric Facility PPS [ Drozd, E. M. 2008 Winter 67
Understanding and Improving Psychosocial Services in Long-Term Care Bowen, S. E.. 2008 Winter 1
Facility Service Environments, Staffing, and Psychosocial Care in Nursing Homes Zhang, N. J. 2008 Winter 5
Medicare Risk Adjustment for the Frail Elderly Kautter, J. 2008 Winter 83
Functional Impairment Levels in PACE Enrollees Walsh, E. G. 2008 Summer 81
Cost of Lifetime Immunosuppression Coverage for Kidney Transplant Recipients Page, T. F. 2008 Winter 95
Prevalence of Select Psychiatric Diagnoses in Long-Term Care: 1997-2007 Regan, J. F. 2008 Winter 105
Reducing Bias in Cancer Research: Application of Propensity Score Matching Reeve, B. B. 2008 Summer 69
Cigarette Smoking and Health-Related Quality of Life inMedicare Beneficiaries Hays, R. D. 2008 Summer 57
Cancer, Comorbidities, and HealthRelated Older Adults Smith A. W. 2008 Summer 41
Disparities in HRQOL of Cancer Survivors and Non-Cancer Managed Care Enrollees Clauser, S. B. 2008 Summer 23
2003 Medicaid Versus Commercial Beneficiary Experience with Care Lied, T. R. 2005 Summer 109-116
Impact of HMO Withdrawals on Vulnerable Medicare Beneficiaries Schoenman, J. A. 2005 Spring 5-30
Germany's Disease Management Program: Improving Outcomes in Congestive Heart Failure Kottmair, S. 2005 Fall 79-88
M+C Plan County Exit Decisions 1999-2001: Implications for Payment Policy Halpern, R. 2005 Spring 105-124
Effect of Medicare Advantage Payments on Dually EligibleMedicare Beneficiaries Atherly, A. 2005 Spring 93-104
Mental-Behavioral Health Data: 2001 NHIS Lied, Terry 2004 Fall 137-141
WHO's ICF and Functional Status Information in Health Records Ustun, Bedirhan 2003 Spring 77-88
Payment Policy and Competition in the Medicare+Choice Program Pizer, Steven 2002 Fall 83-94
Disenrollment and Re-enrollment Patterns in a SCHIP Shenkman, Elizabeth 2002 Spring 47-64
Changing Nature of Public and Private Health Insurance Goody, Brigid 2002 Spring 1-8
Home and Community - Based Services in Seven States Wiener, Joshua M. 2002 Spring 89-114
Employment - Related Health Insurance: Federal Agencies' Roles in Meeting Data Needs Wiatrowski, William 2002 Spring 115-130
Insurance Trends for the Medicare Population, 1991-1999 Murray, Lauren A. 2002 Spring 9-16
Retiree Health Insurance: Recent Trends and Tomorrow's Prospects McCormack, Lauren A. 2002 Spring 17-34
Public Reporting of Hospital Patient Satisfaction: The Rhode Island Experience Barr, Judith K. 2002 Summer 51-70
Strategies for Medicare Health Plans Serving Racial and Ethnic Minorities Langwell, Kathryn M. 2002 Summer 131-147
Combining Health Plan Performance Indicators into Simpler Composite Measures Zaslavsky, Alan M. 2002 Summer 101-115
Access to Care Among Disabled Adults on Medicaid Long, Sharon K. 2002 Summer 159-173
Information Needs and Preferences of the General Medicare Population Rubenstein, Carol 1999 Winter 287-289
Overview: 40th Anniversary of Medicare and Medicaid De Lew, N. 2005 Winter 5-10
Financial Performance and Participation in Medicaid and Medi-Cal Managed Care McCue, Michael J. 2001 Winter Pg 69-82
Use of Conventional Antipsychotics and the Cost of Treating Schizophrenia Lyu, Ramon R. 2001 Winter Pg 83-100
Comorbidity-Based Payment Methodology for Medicaid Enrollees with HIV/AIDS Fakhraei, S. Hamid 2001 Winter Pg 53-68
Beneficiary decisionmaking: The impact of labeling health plan choices. Fyock, Jack 2001 Fall 63-75
Consumer Research on Messages to Prevent Medical Errors Rubenstein, Carol 2001 Summer 199-201
Quality in Medicare from Measurement to Payment and Provider to Patient N/A 2005 Winter 91-102
Fee-for-Service Medicare and Medicaid History, Selected Years Dowd, B. E. 2005 Winter 113-126
Medicare Financial Status, Budget Impact, and Sustainability Which Concept is Which? Foster, R. S. 2005 Winter 127-140
Ensuring Access tp Affodable Drug Coverage in Medicare fee-for-Service Medicare in a Competitive Mar Antos, J. R. 2005 Winter 103-112
Historical Perspective on Adding Drugs to Medicare Santangelo, M. 2005 Winter 25-34
HCFA's racial and ethnic data: Current accuracy and recent improvements Arday, Susan L 2000 Summer 117-127
Risk Adjustment and the Health of the Medicare HMO Population Aber, Meredith 2000 Spring 275-280
Assessment of the National Medicare Education Program: Supply and Demand for Information Goldstein, Elizabeth 1999 Fall 129-131
Information Needs and Preferences of the Medicare Population with Vision Loss Rubenstein, Carol 2000 Winter 181-183
Health Expenditures for Medicare Beneficiaries Murray, Lauren A. 1999 Winter 281-286
Osteoporosis and Hip Fractures in the Medicare Population, 1992-1996 Davenport, Marsha G. 1999 Fall 123-128
Home Health, Facility, and Community Populations Murray, Lauren A. 1999 Summer 211-214
Dually Eligible Medicare Beneficiaries Lauren A. Murray 1998 Winter 131-140
Rural Hospital Wages and the Area Wage Index Dalton, Kathleen 2002 Fall 155-176
First German Disease Management Program for Breast Rupprecht, C. 2005 Fall 69-77
Managing Chronic Conditions for Elderly Adults: The VNSCHOICE Model Fisher, H. M. 2005 Fall 33-46
Physician Involvement in Disease Management as Part of the CCM Wallace, P. J. 2005 Fall 19-32
Care Management in Germany and the U.S.: An Expanded Laboratory Pittman, P. M. 2005 Fall 9-18
Medicaid at Forty Rowland, D. 2005 Winter 63-78
Case Study of American Healthways Diabetes DiseaseManagement Program Pope, J. E. 2005 Fall 47-58
Continuous Case Management of a German StatutoryHealth Insurance Hecke, T. L. 2005 Fall 59-68
Ryan White CARE Act and Eligible Metropolitan Areas Buchanan, Robert J. 2002 Summer 149-157
Managed Care and Dually Eligible Beneficiareis: Challenges in Coordination Walsh, Edith G. 2002 Fall 63-82
Overview: Medicare Post-Acute Care Since the BalancedBudget Act of 1997 Cotterill, Philip G. 2002 Winter 1-6
Variation in Patient Reported Quality Among Health Care Organizations Solomon, Loel S. 2002 Summer 85-100
Provider-and Plan-Specific Measures of Quality Kapp, Mary C. 2002 Summer 1-4
Quality Improvement in a Primary Care Case Management Program Walsh, Edith G. 2002 Summer 71-84
Consequences of States' Policies for SCHIP Disenrollment Dick, Andrew W. 2002 Spring 65-88
Future Financial Viability of Rural Hospitals Stensland, Jeffrey 2002 Summer 175-188
Combining HEDIS Indicators: A New Approach to Measuring Plan Performance Lied, Terry R. 2002 Summer 117-130
Screening for Osteoporosis and Colon Cancer Under Medicare Adler, Gerald S. 2002 Summer 189-200
Key Milestones in Medicare and Medicaid History, Selected Years: 1965-2003 N/A 2005 Winter 1-4
PRO DEM: A Community-Based Approach to Care for Dementia Hesse, E. 2005 Fall 89-94
End-of-Life Expenditures by Ohio Medicaid Beneficiaries Dying of Cancer Koroukian, S. M. 2006 Winter 65-80
Improved Estimates of Capital formation in the National Health expenditure Accounts Sensening, A. L. 2006 Fall 9-23
Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia among Elderly Medicare Beneficiaries in Long-Term Care Hospitals William Buczko 2009 Fall 10
Toward Understanding EHR Use in Small Physician Practices Felt-Lisk 2009 Fall 12
Medicaid Expansions and the Insurance Coverage of Poor Teenagers Leininger, 2009 Fall 12
Colon Cancer Treatment Costs for Medicare and Dually Eligible Beneficiaries Luo 2009 Fall 16
Clinician Feedback on Using Episode Groupers with Medicare Claims Data Fred Thomas 2009 Fall 11
Redesigning the Medicare Inpatient PPS to Reduce Payments to Hospitals with High Readmission Rates Richard F. Averill 2009 Summer 15
Estimating the Costs of Potentially Preventable Hospital Acquired Complications Richard L. Fuller 2009 Summer 16
Need for Risk Adjustment in Adapting Episode Grouping Software to Medicare Data Thomas MaCurdy 2009 Summer 14
The Medicare Hospice Payment System: A Consideration of Potential Refinements Nancy Nicosia 2009 Summer 13
Linking Tumor Registry and Medicaid Claims to Evaluate Cancer Care Delivery Deborah Schrag 2009 Summer 13
Pay-for-Performance in Nursing Homes Becky A. Briesacher 2009 Spring 13
Payment Reduction and Medicare Private Fee­for­Service Plans Austin B. Frakt 2009 Spring 10
Medicaid Consumers and Informed Decisionmaking Jessica Greene, Ph.D 2009 Spring 16
Psychometric Properties of an Instrument to Assess Medicare Beneficiaries’ Prescription Drug Plan Experiences Steven C. Martino 2009 Spring 13
Developing Financial Benchmarks for Critical Access Hospitals George H. Pink, Ph.D 2009 Spring 15
Use and Knowledge of the New Enrollee “Welcome to Medicare” Physical Examination Benefit Cara A. Petroski 2009 Spring 6
Medicare Financial Status, Budget Impact, and Sustainability—Which Concept is Which? Richard S. Foster, F.S.A. 2009 Spring 14
Clinician Feedback on Using Episode Groupers with Medicare Claims Data Fred Thomas, Ph.D. 2009 October 11
Financing Health Care: Businesses, Households, and Governments, 1987-2003 Cathy A. Cowan, M.B.A. 2005 July 26
Age Estimates in the National Health Accounts Sean P. Keehan, M.A. 2004 December 16