Health policy research seeks to understand how societies organize themselves to provide healthcare within their system and provide data and observations about how changes could contribute to better outcomes. It is an inter-disciplinary research using economics, sociology, anthropology, political science, public health and epidemiology to draw a comprehensive picture of how health systems work and adapt to health policies, and how health policies can shape - and be shaped by - health systems and the broader determinants of health.
Public reporting of provider performance at a crossroads in the United States: summary of current barriers and recommendations on how to move forward.Hussey PS, Luft HS, McNamara P.
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2014 Oct 1
Association of mandated language access programming and quality of care provided by mental health agencies.McClellan SR, Snowden L.
Psychiatr Serv. 2014 Sep 15. doi: 10.1176/appi.ps.201300522. [Epub ahead of print]
2014 Sep 15
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2014 Mar 15
When does adoption of health information technology by physician practices lead to use by physicians within the practice?McClellan SR, Casalino LP, Shortell SM, Rittenhouse DR.
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2013 Jun 1