Resultant Research Using APCD Data


Below are a sample of publications using research from CHIA APCD data.

Investigator and OrganizationArticle Title
(hyperlink if available)
JournalFull CitationCHIA APCD
Application
Justine Wu, MD, MPH Provision of Moderately and Highly Effective Reversible Contraception to Insured Women With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
JAMA
Justine Wu, MD, MPH, Jianying Zhang, MPH, MSc, Monika Mitra, PhD, Susan L. Parish, PhD, MSW, and Geeth Kavya Minama Reddy, MD N/A
Keith Ericson, Assistant Professor of Markets The Role of Organizational Affiliations in Physician Patient-Sharing Relationships
Sage Journals
Kimberley H. Geissler , Benjamin Lubin, and Keith M. Marzilli Ericson
Gary Young, Director, Center for Health Policy and Healthcare Research, Institute of Urban Health Research and Practice, Northeastern University Utilization Trends in Diagnostic Imaging for a Commercially Insured Population: A Study of Massachusetts Residents 2009 to 2013
Journal of the American College of Radiology
Stephen Flaherty, MBA, Koenraad J. Mortele, MD, Gary J. Young, JD, PhD Impact of alternative payment models on utilization of diagnostic imaging services in the APCD database 

Amresh Hanchate, Associate Professor, Boston University School of Medicine

Medical Care
Lasser, Karen E; Hanchate, Amresh D; McCormick, Danny; Chu, Chieh; Xuan, Ziming; Kressin, Nancy R: Massachusetts Health Reform's Effect on Hospitals' Racial Mix of Patients and on Patients' Use of Safety-net Hospitals. Medical Care. 54(9):827-836, September 2016.

Patterns in ED Use With and Without Ambulance Use, and Subsequent Healthcare Utilization

Eric Roberts, PhD Candidate, Johns Hopkins, Bloomberg School of Public Health
Dissertation
Robert ET. Do Medicaid MCOs affect office-based physicians’ incentives to participate in Medicaid? An analysis using Massachusetts data. Dissertation, Chapter 4. Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health; March 2015: 181-288.

Do Commercial MCO's Influence Physicians' Incentives to Accept Medicaid Patients?

Robert Town and Elena Prager, Associate Professor / PhD Candidate, Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management   Prager E. Consumer responsiveness to simple health care prices: evidence from tiered hospital networks. Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University; September 2017. The Effect of Limited and Tiered Provider Networks on Utilization, Quality, and Cost of Care
Elena Prager, Associate Professor / PhD Candidate
Job Market Paper
Prager E. Tiered hospital networks, health care demand, and prices. Job Market Paper. The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. 2015 November The Effect of Limited and Tiered Provider Networks on Utilization, Quality, and Cost of Care
Kate Ho, Department of Economics, Columbia University, Ariel Pakes, Department of Economics, Harvard University, Mark Shepard, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Columbia University
Kate Ho, Department of Economics, Columbia University, Ariel Pakes, Department of Economics, Harvard University, Mark Shepard, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Prices, Incentives, and Hospital-Physician Integration in Health Care
Ariel Pakes, PhD; Katherine Ho, PhD; Mark Shepard and Karen Stockley, Harvard University, Columbia University and the National Bureau of Economic Research
Job Market Paper
Stockley K. Evaluating rationality in responses to health insurance cost-sharing: comparing deductibles and copayments. Job Market Paper. Harvard University; November 2016. Prices, Incentives, and Hospital-Physician Integration in Health Care


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