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Healthcare Management Research

  • A novel method to estimate the indirect community benefit of HIV interventions using a microsimulation model of HIV disease (Kazemian, Costantini, Neilan, Resch, Walensky, Weinstein, Freedberg 2020)
  • Scientific Review Committees as Part of Institutional Review of Human Participant Research: Implementation at Institutions with Clinical and Translational Science Awards (Selker, Welch, Patchen, Breeze, Terrin, Parajulee, LeClair, Naeim, Marnocha, Novak, Caldwel, Cola, Croker, Cifu, Wiliams, Snyder, Kitterman 2020)
  • The Mediating Role of Postive Organizational Climate on Relational Role Acceptance by Physician Leaders (Quinn, Cola 2020)
  • The cost-effectiveness of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) preexposure prophylaxis and HIV testing strategies in high-risk groups in India (Kazemian, Costantini, Kumarasamy, Paltiel, A David, Mayer, Chandhiok, Walensky, Freedberg 2020)
  • Valuable Genomes: Taxonomy and Archetypes of Business Models in Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing (Thiebes, Toussaint, JU, Ahn, Lyytinen, Sunyaev 2020)
  • Coping with Diabetes: Provider Attributes that Influence Type 2 Diabetes Adherence (Freeman-Hildreth, Aron, Cola, Wang 2019)
  • Development and validation of PREDICT-DM: a new microsimulation model to project and evaluate complications and treatments of type 2 diabetes mellitus (Kazemian, Wexler, Fields, Parker, Zheng, Walensky 2019)
  • Dynamic monitoring and control of irreversible chronic diseases with application to glaucoma (Kazemian, Helm, Lavieri, Stein, Van Oyen 2019)
  • Evaluation of the cascade of diabetes care in the United States, 2005-2016 (Kazemian, Shebl, McCann, Walensky, Wexler 2019)
  • From Physician to Physician Leadership (Cola 2019)
  • Health care price transparency: Fool’s gold, or real money in your pocket (Silvers 2019)
  • Perspectives of Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis on Discontinuation of Disease Modifying Therapies (McGinley, Cola, Fox, Cohen, Corboy, Miller 2019)
  • Shared decision making: Does a physician's decision‐making style affect patient participation in treatment choices for primary immunodeficiency? (Lamb, Wang, Lyytinen 2019)
  • This is the most realistic path to Medicare for All (Silvers 2019)
  • Trump about-face on Affordable Care Act court case would damage health-care innovation, this ex-health insurance CEO says (Silvers 2019)
  • “Shared Decision Making: U.K. vs. U.S. physician decision models in the treatment of haemophilia” (Lamb, Wolfberg, Lyytinen 2019)
  • Do physicians respond to the costs and cost-sensitivity of their patients? (Carrera, Joyce, Goldman, Sood 2018)
  • Personalized prediction of glaucoma progression under different target intraocular pressure levels using filtered forecasting methods (Kazemian, Lavieri, Van Oyen, Andrews, Stein 2018)
  • The Bezos-Buffett-Dimon health care venture: Eliminate the middlemen (Silvers 2018)
  • The Texas Obamacare ruling’s biggest impact could be on insurance costsMarketWatch (Silvers 2018)
  • There’s more to health care access than pre-existing conditions (Silvers 2018)
  • When Collaboration Beats Competition in Healthcare (Silvers 2018)
  • Why Amazon and Friends Plan Could be a Major Disrupter of the Health Care System (Silvers 2018)
  • Coordinating clinic and surgery appointments to meet access service levels for elective surgery (Kazemian, Sir, Van Oyen, Lovely, Larson, Pasupathy 2017)
  • Discovering Factors that Influence Physician Scientist Success in Academic Medical Centers. (Cola, Wang 2017)
  • GOP's slow-motion debate could morph the Affordable Care Act into an expanded Medicaid (Silvers 2017)
  • How did health insurance get so complicated? Here are some answers (Silvers 2017)
  • How should organizations promote equitable distribution of benefits from technological innovation in health care? (Nambisan, Nambisan 2017)
  • How the G.O.P. Tax Bill Will Ruin Obamacare (Silvers 2017)
  • Surprise! How Obamacare is Beginning to Look a Lot Like Medicaid (Silvers 2017)
  • The 5 faulty beliefs that have led to Republican dysfunction on health care (Silvers 2017)
  • The GOP Health Care Death Spiral (Silvers 2017)
  • To Prescribe or Not To Prescribe? Surrogate Decision Making For Life-Enhancing Products (Marinova, Kozlenkova, Cuttler, Silvers 2017)
  • Trump's threat over subsidies risks damaging Obamacare beyond repair (Silvers 2017)
  • Weighing Ohio Issue 2, where a symbolic "yes" against drug-pricing greed might feel really good, but is it the right choice? (Silvers 2017)
  • What Factors are Involved in Motivating Black Patients with Type 2 Diabetes to Adhere to Treatment? (Freeman-Hildreth, Aron, Wolfberg, Cola 2017)
  • Why 'Skinny' Obamacare Repeal is a Terrible Idea (Silvers 2017)
  • Why Trump's Executive Order May Compound the Insurance Industry's Problems (Silvers 2017)
  • As Republicans ready to dismantle ACA, insurers likely to bolt (Silvers 2016)
  • Here’s how the next president could work with Congress to fix ObamaCare (Silvers 2016)
  • Hiding our financing need within the insurance model (Silvers 2016)
  • What’s ailing the ACA: Insurers or Congress?” (Silvers 2016)
  • Organizational Economics and Physician Practices (Rebitzer, Votruba 2014)
  • Overcoming History (Silvers 2014)
  • Many boomers are ill-prepared for retirement: 401k Issues (Silvers 2013)
  • When Institutional Work Backfires: Organizational Control of Professional Work in the Pharmaceutical Industry (Singh, Jayanti 2013)
  • Healthcare Insurance Exchanges (Silvers 2012)
  • J.B. Silvers: Ten myths about the reform of health care (Silvers 2012)
  • Physician Prescribing Behavior and its Impact on Patient Outcomes (Carrera, Joyce, Goldman, Sood 2012)
  • Appreciative Inquiry for Quality Improvement in Primary Care Practices (Fry, Ruhe, Bobiak, Carter, Fry, Wu, ZyZanski, Litaker, Weyer, Weiner, Stange 2011)
  • Interview Comments Cleveland Plain Dealer (Silvers 2011)
  • Leveraging Strengths to Bring Out the Best in Human Systems (Fry 2011)
  • Organizational Economics and Physician Practices (Rebitzer, Votruba 2011)
  • Unhealthy Insurance Markets: Search Frictions and the Cost and Quality of Health Insurance (Cebul, Rebitzer, Taylor, Votruba 2011)
  • A National Study of Physician Recommendations to Initiate and Discontinue Growth Hormone for Short Stature (Silvers, Marinova, Cuttler 2010)
  • Growth Hormone and Health Policy (Cuttler, Silvers 2010)
  • Guest Column: Health reform law is the best we can expect (Silvers 2010)
  • Interview Comments Cleveland Plain Dealer (Silvers 2010)
  • Interview on MarketPlace (National NPR) (Silvers 2010)
  • Interview on MarketPlace (National NPR) (Silvers 2010)
  • Pragmatic Learning Theory: An Inquiry-Action Framework for Distributive Consumer Learning in Online Communities (Jayanti, Singh 2010)
  • Baldev Sekhon, M. D. v. The Cleveland Clinic Foundation Case # 531660040907 (Case 2009)
  • Fixing what's broken: The economics of the public insurance option (Cebul, Rebitzer, Taylor, Votruba 2009)
  • Patient, Physician, and Consumer Drivers: Referrals for Short Stature and Access to Specialty Drugs (Cuttler, Silvers, Marinova, Connors, Meehan 2009)
  • Delivering Health Care (Kremer, Clingingsmith 2007)
  • Contracting for Health: Evidence from Cambodia (Clingingsmith, Kremer, Bloom, Loevinsohn, Bhushan, King, Hong 2006)