Research associated with Healthcare rationing

Publications:

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.

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.

Real-time rationing of scarce resources: the Northeast Proton Therapy Center experience.
Jagsi R, DeLaney TF, Donelan K, Tarbell NJ. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2004;22:2246-2250.

Real-time rationing of scarce resources: the Northeast Proton Therapy Center experience.
Jagsi R, DeLaney TF, Donelan K, Tarbell NJ. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2004;22:2246-2250.

Responding to the immunoglobulin shortage: a case study.
Boulis A, Goold SD, Ubel PA. "Journal of Health Politics, Policy & Law" 2002;27:977-999.

Physicians, thou shalt ration: The necessary role of bedside rationing in controlling healthcare costs.
Ubel PA. Healthcare Papers 2001;2:10-21.

How stable are people's preferences for giving priority to severely ill patients?
Ubel PA. Social Science and Medicine 1999;49:895-903.

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.

Rationing failure: Retransplantation of scarce, vital organs in the US
Ubel PA, Arnold RM, Caplan AL. Journal of the American Medical Association 1993;270:2469-2474.

Rationing failure: Retransplantation of scarce, vital organs in the US
Ubel PA, Arnold RM, Caplan AL. Journal of the American Medical Association 1993;270:2469-2474.

Press Coverage:

Rationing Vs. Rationalizing Health Care
March 12, 2010