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Our JAMA Health Forum manuscript describes potential modifications the Department of Health and Human could make through rulemaking

Improving the Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction Program through Rulemaking - Screenshot of HACRP Rulemaking Policy Brief

Visual abstract for our article in JAMA Guide to Statistics and Methods - Methods for Evaluating Changes in Health Care Policy: The Difference-in-Difference Approach

Difference-in-Differences for Evaluating Changes in Health Care Policy - Difference-in-Differences for Evaluating Changes in Health Care Policy

Visual abstract for our article in The Lancet - Long-term evidence for the effect of pay-for-performance in primary care on mortality in the UK: a population study

Effect of Pay-for-Performance in Primary Care on Mortality in the UK - Effect of Pay-for-Performance in Primary Care on Mortality in the UK

Visual abstract for our article in NEJM - Changes in Hospital Quality Associated with Hospital Value-Based Purchasing

Changes in Hospital Quality Associated with Hospital Value-Based Purchasing - Changes in Hospital Quality Associated with Hospital Value-Based Purchasing

Visual abstract for our article in NEJM - Changes in Hospital Quality Associated with Hospital Value-Based Purchasing

Facilitating Evaluation of CMS Policies - Facilitating Evaluation of CMS Policies

Visual abstract for our article in BMJ - Incremental effects of antihypertensive drugs: instrumental variable analysis

Incremental Effects of Antihypertensive Drugs - Incremental Effects of Antihypertensive Drugs

Visual abstract for our article in - Risk Adjustment May Lessen Penalties On Hospitals Treating Complex Cardiac Patients Under Medicare's Bundled Payments

Risk Adjustment May Lessen Penalties On Hospitals Treating Complex Patients Under Medicare's Bundled Payment - Risk Adjustment May Lessen Penalties On Hospitals Treating Complex Patients Under Medicare's Bundled Payment

Visual abstract for our article in Statistical Methods in Medical Research - Now trending: Coping with non-parallel trends in difference-in-differences analysis

Coping with non-parallel trends using difference-in-differences analysis in health policy - Coping with non-parallel trends using difference-in-differences analysis in health policy

Visual abstract for our article in Perspective on Medical Education - Sprint to work: A novel model for team science collaboration in academic medicine

How to Paper Sprint like CEHR - How to Paper Sprint like CEHR

Visual abstract for our article in Medical Care - Physician Participation in Medicare Accountable Care Organizations and Spillovers in Commercial Spending

Do effects of Medicare ACOs spill over to commercial patients? - Do effects of Medicare ACOs spill over to commercial patients?

Visual abstract for our article in Health Affairs - Risk Adjustment In Medicare ACO Program Deters Coding Increases But May Lead ACOs To Drop High-Risk Beneficiaries

Has the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) appropriately balanced incentives for accountable care organizations (ACOs) to continue caring for high-risk beneficiaries? - Has the Medicare Shared Savings Program (MSSP) appropriately balanced incentives for accountable care organizations (ACOs) to continue caring for high-risk beneficiaries?

Visual abstract for our article in JAMA Network Open - Association Between Medicare Policy Reforms and Changes in Hospitalized Medicare Beneficiaries' Severity of Illness

CMS expansion of secondary diagnoses and incentives for health IT associated with increases in measured severity - CMS expansion of secondary diagnoses and incentives for health IT associated with increases in measured severity

Visual abstract for our article in Journal of General Internal Medicine - ACOs and the 1%: Changes in Spending Among High-Cost Patients Following the Medicare Shared Savings Program

Medicare Shared Savings Program not associated with greater relative reductions among high-cost beneficiaries - Medicare Shared Savings Program not associated with greater relative reductions among high-cost beneficiaries

Visual abstract for our article in Annals of Internal Medicine - Performance in the Medicare Shared Savings Program After Accounting for Nonrandom Exit: An Instrumental Variable Analysis

Instrumental Variable Analysis suggests that Medical Shared Savings Program (MSSP) not associated with spending reductions or quality improvement - Instrumental Variable Analysis suggests that Medical Shared Savings Program (MSSP) not associated with spending reductions or quality improvement

Visual abstract for our article in BMJ - Changes in hospital safety following penalties in the US Hospital Acquired Condition Reduction Program: retrospective cohort study

The Hospital Acquired Conditions Reduction Program (HACRP) is not associated with significant clinical improvements - The Hospital Acquired Conditions Reduction Program (HACRP) is not associated with significant clinical improvements

Visual abstract for our article in ScienceDirect - A delicate balance: Accountability for very high-cost patients in new payment models

Three Strategies to Motivate Providers to Manage High-Cost Patients and Limit Financial Risk - Three Strategies to Motivate Providers to Manage High-Cost Patients and Limit Financial Risk

Visual abstract for our article in Health Services Research - Changes in coding of pneumonia and impact on the Hospital Readmission Reduction Program

CMS change in inpatient pneumonia coding does not explain HRRP readmission reduction - CMS change in inpatient pneumonia coding does not explain HRRP readmission reduction

Visual abstract for our article in Health Affairs - Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction Program Is Not Associated With Additional Patient Safety Improvement

The Hospital Acquired Conditions Reduction Program (HACRP) Is Not Associated with Additional Improvement in Patient Safety - The Hospital Acquired Conditions Reduction Program (HACRP) Is Not Associated with Additional Improvement in Patient Safety

Visual abstract for our article in BMJ Quality & Safety - Accuracy of quality measurement for the Hospital Acquired Conditions Reduction Program

Invalid measurement of patient safety will limit the ability of the CMS penalty program to drive meaningful improvements in patient safety - Invalid measurement of patient safety will limit the ability of the CMS penalty program to drive meaningful improvements in patient safety

Visual abstract for our article in JAMA Internal Medicine - Association of Coded Severity With Readmission Reduction After the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program

Paper Sprints: Singular Focus, High Productivity - Paper Sprints: Singular Focus, High Productivity