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Feb 3, 2020
Raymond, Stephanie R., 2019, "Overall layout and preliminary steps with procedural instructions for updating EOL Chronic Disease Atlas", https://doi.org/10.21989/D9/EZWZZE, Root, V2
At The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice we have created a publicly available source of data providing researchers, payers, regulators, and innovators with metrics quantifying the temporal and regional patterns of health care spending and utilization, pa...
Dec 17, 2019
Wasp, Garrett; Alam, Shama; Brooks, Gabriel; Khayal, Inas; Kapadia, Nirav; Carmichael, Don; Austin, Andrea M.; Barnato, Amber, 2019, "Replication Data for: Quality of EOL care for Medicare decedents at minority-serving cancer centers: A retrospective study", https://doi.org/10.21989/D9/BWKLG5, Root, V4, UNF:6:4xa9O9GwJ+t3gg+Pjz+92g== [fileUNF]
This project is an update to the Dartmouth Atlas Cancer Report profiling NQF EOL measures using our previously-developed algorithm using the most up-to-date Medicare claims data (2012-Q2 2017). In that algorithm, we categorize hospitals into the following four mutually exclusive...
Sep 18, 2019
Austin, Andrea M.; Carmichael, Donald Q.; Chakraborti, Gouri; Zaha, Rebecca; Sharp, Sally; Raymond, Stephanie R.; Tomlin, Stephanie; Bubolz, Tom, 2019, "1992-2016 Good Hospital Matrix", https://doi.org/10.21989/D9/U2YLZY, Root, V1
One of the challenges in conducting longitudinal data analysis on Medicare data is to compare patterns of care among hospitals over time, as in the course of one or many years, hospitals can: merge, split into multiple entities, close altogether, new hospitals can open, or they c...
Aug 28, 2019
Raymond, Stephanie R., 2019, "Utilization in Chronic Disease: Fewer admissions/ER Visits for patients in chronic disease cohorts", https://doi.org/10.21989/D9/DLXGCW, Root, V1
At The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice we have created a publicly available source of data providing researchers, payers, regulators, and innovators with metrics quantifying the temporal and regional patterns of health care spending and utilization, pa...
Aug 28, 2019
Raymond, Stephanie R., 2019, "Project: Standard Atlas End of Life Analysis", https://doi.org/10.21989/D9/PGFF7Q, Root, V1
At The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice we have created a publicly available source of data providing researchers, payers, regulators, and innovators with metrics quantifying the temporal and regional patterns of health care spending and utilization, pa...
Aug 28, 2019
Raymond, Stephanie R., 2019, "Steps to prepare specific HEDIS measures for AF4Q deliverable", https://doi.org/10.21989/D9/1WKQSF, Root, V1
At The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice we have created a publicly available source of data providing researchers, payers, regulators, and innovators with metrics quantifying the temporal and regional patterns of health care spending and utilization, pa...
Aug 28, 2019
Raymond, Stephanie R., 2019, "Project: Standard Atlas Breast Cancer Screening (Mammography) Events (2009 data created for County Rankings report Fall 2011) (2008 data created for AF4Q Evaluation Group Spring 2012)", https://doi.org/10.21989/D9/NRUWQG, Root, V1
At The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice we have created a publicly available source of data providing researchers, payers, regulators, and innovators with metrics quantifying the temporal and regional patterns of health care spending and utilization, pa...
Aug 28, 2019
Raymond, Stephanie R., 2019, "Better Care Coordination Report - Post-Discharge Events Trends in care coordination after hospitalization (post-discharge events) an Atlas/RWJ report", https://doi.org/10.21989/D9/6NFCPB, Root, V1
At The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice we have created a publicly available source of data providing researchers, payers, regulators, and innovators with metrics quantifying the temporal and regional patterns of health care spending and utilization, pa...
Aug 28, 2019
Raymond, Stephanie R., 2019, "Create underlying hospital utilization rates for post-discharge event report", https://doi.org/10.21989/D9/ZBJ3TF, Root, V1
At The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice we have created a publicly available source of data providing researchers, payers, regulators, and innovators with metrics quantifying the temporal and regional patterns of health care spending and utilization, pa...
Feb 14, 2019 - Causes and Consequences of Health Care Efficiency
Gottlieb, Daniel J.; Zhou, Weiping; Song, Yunjie; Andrews, Kathryn Gilman; Skinner, Jonathan; Sutherland, Jason M., 2019, "Prices Don’t Drive Regional Medicare Spending Variations", https://doi.org/10.21989/D9/HVVUNB, Root, V1
Per capita Medicare spending is more than twice as high in New York City and Miami than in places like Salem, Oregon. How much of these differences can be explained by Medicare’s paying more to compensate for the higher cost of goods and services in such areas? To answer this que...
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