Research associated with Rationing decisions

Publications:
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Cancer therapy costs influence treatment: A national survey of oncologists
Neumann PJ, Palmer JA, Nadler E, Fang CH. Health Affairs 2010;29(1):196-202.

Can a moral reasoning exercise improve response quality to surveys of healthcare priorities?
Johri M, Damschroder LJ, Zikmund-Fisher BJ, Kim SY, Ubel PA. Journal of Medical Ethics 2009;35(1):57-64.

Impact of the model for end-stage liver disease allocation policy on the use of high-risk organs for liver transplantation
Volk M, Lok AS, Pelletier SJ, Ubel PA, Hayward RA. Gastroenterology 2008;135(5):1568-74.

Beyond utilitarianism: A method for analyzing competing ethical principles in a decision analysis of liver transplantation.
Volk M, Lok AS, Ubel PA, Vijan S. Medical Decision Making 2008;28(5):763-772.

A gift of life: Ethical and practical problems with conditional and directed donation.
Volk M, Ubel PA. Transplantation 2008;85(11):1542-1544.

Why people refuse to make tradeoffs in person tradeoff elicitations: A matter of perspective?
Damschroder LJ, Roberts TR, Zikmund-Fisher BJ, Ubel PA. Medical Decision Making 2007;27:266-288.

Does competition for transplantable hearts lead to gaming of the waiting list?
Scanlon D, Hollenbeak CS, Woolton L, Loh E, Ubel PA. Health Affairs 2004;23(2):191-198.

The costs of denying scarcity.
Alexander GC, Werner RM, Ubel PA. Archives of Internal Medicine 2004;164(6):593-596.

Setting organ allocation priorities: should we care what the public cares about?
Johri M, Ubel PA. Liver Transplantation 2003;9(8):878-880.

The unbearable rightness of bedside rationing: Physician duties in a climate of cost containment.
Ubel PA, Arnold RM. Archives of Internal Medicine 1995;155:1837-1842.

Press Coverage:

Peter Ubel on "The Agenda with Steve Paikin"
October 30, 2008