John M. Eisenberg Article-of-the-Year Award
Health Services Research (HSR) established the John M. Eisenberg Article-of-the-Year Award in 2003 to recognize excellent and original research among all articles published in the Journal during the year prior to the award. Awardees are selected by the Co-Editors-in-Chief and the Senior Associate Editors, based on the overall quality of the article and its relevance to policy-relevant areas that Dr. Eisenberg had worked in or promoted during his tenure as Director of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).
Total Cost of Care Lower among Medicare Fee-for-Service Beneficiaries Receiving Care from Patient-Centered Medical Homes
Martijn van Hasselt, Nancy McCall, Vince Keyes, Suzanne G. Wensky and Kevin W. Smith
Volume 50, Issue 1, February 2015, Pages: 253–272
Do Patient-Centered Medical Homes Reduce Emergency Department Visits?
Guy David, Candace Gunnarsson, Philip A. Saynisch, Ravi Chawla and Somesh Nigam
Volume 50, Issue 2, April 2015, Pages: 418–439
The Medical Home Transformation in the Veterans Health Administration: An Evaluation of Early Changes in Primary Care Delivery
Rachel M. Werner, Anne Canamucio, Judy A. Shea and Gala True
Volume 49, Issue 4, August 2014, Pages: 1329–47
Plan–Provider Integration, Premiums, and Quality in the Medicare Advantage Market
Austin B. Frakt, Steven D. Pizer and Roger Feldman
Volume 48, Issue 6
The Effectiveness of Implementing an Electronic Health Record on Diabetes Care and Outcomes
Jeph Herrin, Briget da Graca, David Nicewander, Cliff Fullerton, Phil Aponte, Greg Stanek, Terianne Cowling, Ashley Collinsworth, Neil S. Fleming and David J. Ballard
Volume 47, Issue 4
Does Medication Adherence Lower Medicare Spending among Beneficiaries with Diabetes?
Bruce Stuart, Amy Davidoff, Ruth Lopert, Thomas Shaffer, J. Samantha Shoemaker, Jennifer Lloyd
Volume 46, Issue 4
Has Pay- for- Performance Decreased Access for Minority Patients?
Volume 45, Issue 1
Health Insurance Coverage and Mortality Revisited
The Impact of Medical Errors on Ninety-Day Costs and Outcomes: An Examination of Surgical Patients
William E. Encinosa and Fred J. Hellinger
Does Ambulatory Process of Care Predict Health-Related Quality of Life Outcomes for Patients with Chronic Disease?
Katherine L. Kahn, Diana M. Tisnado, John L. Adams, Honghu Liu, Wen-Pin Chen, Fang Ashlee Hu, Carol M. Mangione, Ronald D. Hays, and Cheryl L. Damberg
Is Some Provider Advice on Smoking Cessation Better Than No Advice? An Instrumental Variable Analysis of the 2001 National Health Interview Survey
Yuhua Bao, Naihua Duan, and Sarah A. Fox
The Causes of Racial and Ethnic Differences in Influenza Vaccination Rates among Elderly Medicare Beneficiaries
Paul L. Hebert, Kevin D. Frick, Robert L. Kane, and A. Marshall McBean
Do Drug-Free Workplace Programs Prevent Occupational Injuries? Evidence from Washington State
Thomas M. Wickizer, Branko Kopjar, Gary Franklin, and Jutta Joesch
Improving Care for Minorities
Jeanne Miranda, Naihua Duan, Cathy Sherbourne, Michael Schoenbaum, Isabel Lagomasino, Maga Jackson-Triche, and Kenneth B. Wells
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