Arnold Milstein
Arnold Milstein
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Selective referral to high-volume hospitals: estimating potentially avoidable deaths
RA Dudley, KL Johansen, R Brand, DJ Rennie, A Milstein
Jama 283 (9), 1159-1166, 2000
8322000
A systemic approach to containing health care spending
E Emanuel, N Tanden, S Altman, S Armstrong, D Berwick, F de Brantes, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 367 (10), 949-954, 2012
1992012
America's new refugees—seeking affordable surgery offshore
A Milstein, M Smith
New England Journal of Medicine 355 (16), 1637-1640, 2006
1912006
Increased costs and rates of use in the California workers' compensation system as a result of self-referral by physicians
A Swedlow, G Johnson, N Smithline, A Milstein
New England Journal of Medicine 327 (21), 1502-1506, 1992
1611992
Large employers' new strategies in health care
R Galvin, A Milstein
New England Journal of Medicine 347 (12), 939-942, 2002
125*2002
Ending extra payment for “never events”—stronger incentives for patients' safety
A Milstein
New England Journal of Medicine 360 (23), 2388-2390, 2009
1152009
Smartphone-based conversational agents and responses to questions about mental health, interpersonal violence, and physical health (vol 176, pg 619, 2016)
AS Miner, A Milstein, S Schueller
JAMA Internal Medicine 176 (5), 719-719, 2016
108*2016
Smartphone-based conversational agents and responses to questions about mental health, interpersonal violence, and physical health
AS Miner, A Milstein, S Schueller, R Hegde, C Mangurian, E Linos
JAMA internal medicine 176 (5), 619-625, 2016
1062016
Has the Leapfrog Group had an impact on the health care market?
RS Galvin, S Delbanco, A Milstein, G Belden
Health Affairs 24 (1), 228-233, 2005
1042005
American medical home runs
A Milstein, E Gilbertson
Health Affairs 28 (5), 1317-1326, 2009
992009
Assessing the evidence for value-based insurance design
NK Choudhry, MB Rosenthal, A Milstein
Health Affairs 29 (11), 1988-1994, 2010
892010
California safety-net hospitals likely to be penalized by ACA value, readmission, and meaningful-use programs
M Gilman, EK Adams, JM Hockenberry, IB Wilson, AS Milstein, ER Becker
Health Affairs 33 (8), 1314-1322, 2014
882014
The financial effect of value-based purchasing and the hospital readmissions reduction program on safety-net hospitals in 2014: a cohort study
M Gilman, JM Hockenberry, EK Adams, AS Milstein, IB Wilson, ER Becker
Annals of internal medicine 163 (6), 427-436, 2015
832015
Health education and patient satisfaction
HH Schauffler, T Rodriguez, A Milstein
Journal of Family Practice 42 (1), 62-69, 1996
821996
Safety-net hospitals more likely than other hospitals to fare poorly under Medicare’s value-based purchasing
M Gilman, EK Adams, JM Hockenberry, AS Milstein, IB Wilson, ER Becker
Health Affairs 34 (3), 398-405, 2015
692015
The $640 billion question—why does cost-effective care diffuse so slowly?
VR Fuchs, A Milstein
New England Journal of Medicine 364 (21), 1985-1987, 2011
672011
Will the surgical world become flat?
A Milstein, M Smith
Health Affairs 26 (1), 137-141, 2007
632007
Comparing physicians on efficiency
A Milstein, TH Lee
New England Journal of Medicine 357 (26), 2649-2652, 2007
522007
How the Pioneer ACO model needs to change: lessons from its best-performing ACO
J Toussaint, A Milstein, S Shortell
Jama 310 (13), 1341-1342, 2013
512013
Redesigning care delivery in response to a high-performance network: the Virginia Mason Medical Center
HH Pham, PB Ginsburg, K McKenzie, A Milstein
Health Affairs 26 (4), w532-w544, 2007
502007
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