Research associated with Hypertension

Publications:

Difficulty with current medication regimes is associated with patient willingness to add new blood pressure medications
Zikmund-Fisher BJ, Hofer TP, Klamerus ML, Kerr EA. The Patient: Patient-Centered Outcomes Research 2009;2(4):221-231.

Treatment decisions for complex patients: differences between primary care physicians and mid-level providers
Subramanian U, Kerr EA, Klamerus ML, Zikmund-Fisher BJ, Holleman R, Hofer TP. American Journal of Managed Care 2009;15(6):373-380.

Clinical inertia or clinical uncertainty?: Factors associated with lack of medication intensification in response to elevated blood pressure.
Kerr EA, Zikmund-Fisher BJ, Klamerus ML, Subramanian U, Hogan MM, Hofer TP. Annals of Internal Medicine 2008;148:717-727.

Knowledge of blood pressure targets among patients with diabetes.
Subramanian U, Hofer TP, Klamerus ML, Zikmund-Fisher BJ, Heisler M, Kerr EA. Primary Care Diabetes 2007;1:195-8.

Misperceptions about beta-blockers and diuretics: a national survey of primary care physicians.
Ubel PA, Jepson C, Asch DA. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2003;18(12):977-983.

Physicians' preferences for active-controlled versus placebo-controlled trials of new antihypertensive drugs.
Halpern SD, Ubel PA, Berlin JA, Townsend RR, Asch DA. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2002;17:689-695.

Can we continue to afford organ transplants in an era of managed care?
. American Journal of Managed Care 1996;2:293-297.