Research associated with Cost effectiveness


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.

How bad is depression? Preference score estimates from depressed patients and the general population
Pyne JM, Fortney JC, Tripathi S, Feeny D, Ubel PA, Brazier J. Health Services Research 2009;44:1406-1423.

The importance of age in allocating health care resources: does intervention-type matter?
Johri M, Damschroder LJ, Zikmund-Fisher BJ, Ubel PA. Health Economics 2005;14(7):669-678.

Cost and clinical practice guidelines: Can two wrongs make it right?
Ubel PA, Hummel EK. Virtual Mentor 2004;6:np.

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

Public response to cost-quality tradeoffs in clinical decisions.
Beach MC, Asch DA, Jepson C, Hershey JC, Mohr T, McMorrow S, Ubel PA. Medical Decision Making 2003;23(5):369-378.

Burdens and benefits of placebos in antidepressant clinical trials: A decision and cost-effectiveness analysis.
Kim SY, Holloway RG. American Journal of Psychiatry 2003;160:1272-1276.

The influence of cost-effectiveness information on physicians' cancer screening recommendations.
Ubel PA, Jepson C, Baron J, Hershey JC, Asch DA. Social Science and Medicine 2003;56:1727-1736.

Incremental and average cost-effectiveness ratios: will physicians make a distinction?
Hershey JC, Asch DA, Jepson C, Baron J, Ubel PA. Risk Analysis 2003;23:81-89.

Revising a priority list based on cost-effectiveness: The role of the prominence effect and distorted utility judgments.
Baron J, Ubel PA. Medical Decision Making 2001;21:278-287.

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.

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Rationing Vs. Rationalizing Health Care
March 12, 2010