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The BMJ – April 20, 2018

Innovations to cut US healthcare prices


Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) – February 19, 2018
Can Small Physician Practices Survive? Service Sharing as a Path to Viability.


New England Journal of Medicine – November 2, 2017
Primary Care Spending Rate—A Lever for Encouraging Investment in Primary Care


Annals of Internal Medicine – October 17, 2017
U.S. Immigration Policy and American Medical Research: The Scientific Contributions of Foreign Medical Graduates


Healthcare – March 2017
Using behavioral economics in provider payment to motivate improved quality, outcomes & cost: The Alternative Quality Contract


Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) – May 23, 2017
Association Between Teaching Status and Mortality in US Hospitals


American Journal of Managed Care – June 1, 2016
The evolving role of subspecialties in population health management and new healthcare delivery models


Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) – June 21, 2016
Toward an integrated federal health system


The BMJ – March 18, 2016
Reducing prognostic errors: a new imperative in quality healthcare


New England Journal of Medicine – December 24, 2015
Reducing Diagnostic Errors – Why Now?


Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) – September 15, 2015
Sex differences in academic rank in US medical schools in 2014


Healthcare (Amsterdam, Netherlands) – June 3, 2015
How 10 leading health systems pay their doctors


New England Journal of Medicine – June 11, 2015
Behavioral economics and physician compensation—promise and challenges


New England Journal of Medicine – January 15, 2015
Addressing the challenge of gray-zone medicine


New England Journal of Medicine – June 19, 2014
The economics of graduate medical education


New England Journal of Medicine & Harvard Business Review Online – November 2013
Measuring delivery system performance—toward a common denominator


The Journal of the American Medical Association – March 13, 2013
Helping smokers quit around the time of surgery