Faculty Profile

Jeffrey  McCullough, PhD

Jeffrey McCullough, PhD

Associate Professor of Health Management and Policy

  • PhD in Health Economics, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School (December 2005)
    Dissertation: The Adoption and Diffusion of Hospital Information Systems
    Committee: Mark V. Pauly (Chair), L. Robert Burns, Patricia Danzon, Lorin Hitt, and Joel Waldfogel.
  • A.B. in Biochemistry, Cum Laude, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA (1990 – 1994).

  • Economics of information technology and health care
  • Health technology markets
  • Industrial organization

  • Singh et al., “External Validation of a Widely Implemented Proprietary Sepsis Model in Hospitalized Patients.” JAMA Internal Medicine. (Forthcoming)
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  • Grace F. Chao, et al. “Use of Telehealth by Surgical Specialties During the COVID-19 Pandemic.” JAMA Surgery. (March 26, 2021).

  • Gordon Burtch, Bradley Greenwood, and Jeffrey S. McCullough. “Ride-Hailing Services and Alcohol Consumption: Longitudinal Analysis.” JMIR. Vol 23, no 1 (2021): e15402.

  • David W. Hutton, Jeffrey S. McCullough Lisa Prosser, Wen Ye, William H Herman, Ping Zhang, Tamara Pilishvili, and Jamison Pike. “Cost Implications of Pneumococcal Vaccination of Adults Aged 30-60 with a Recent Diagnosis of Diabetes.” Vaccine. Vol. 39, no 8 (2021): 1178-1179.

  • Alexander A. Brescia, et al., “Assessment of Mortality Among Durable Left Ventricular Assist Device Recipients Ineligible for Clinical Trials.” JAMA Network Open. Vol 4, no 1 (2021): e2032865-e2032865.

  • Kartik Ganju, Hillal Atasoy, Jeffrey S. McCullough, and Bradley Greenwood. “The Role of Decision Support Systems in Attenuating Racial Biases in Healthcare Delivery.” Management Science. Vol. 66, no. 11 (2020): 4921-5484. -Finalist for the National institute of Health Care Management’s Annual Research Award.

  • Alexander A. Brescia, et al., “Generalizability of Left Ventricular Assist Device Clinical Trial Findings: An Analysis of the INTERMACS Database.” Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation. Vol 39, no 4 (2020): S38-S39.

  • Thomas Cascino, et al., “Mechanical Circulatory Support Use in the Context of Updated Heart Transplant Allocation Policy in the US-Analysis of POTN Data.” Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation. Vol 39, no 4 (2020): S73.
  • Mike Thompson et al., “Center Variation in Medicare Spending for Durable Left Ventricular Assist Device Implant Hospitalizations.” JAMA Cardiology. Vol 4, no 2 (2019): 153-160.

  • Dori Cross, Jeffrey S. McCullough, Jane Banaszak-Holl, and Julia Adler-Milstein, “Health Information Exchange between Hospitals and Skilled Nursing Facilities Not Associated with Lower Readmissions.” Health Services Research. Vol 54, no 6 (2019): 1335-1345.

  • Dori Cross, Jeffrey S. McCullough, and Julia Adler-Milstein, “Drivers of health information exchange use during post-acute care transitions.” American Journal of Managed Care. Vol. 25, no. 1 (2019): e7-e13.

  • Mike Thompson et al., “Center Variation in Medicare Spending for Durable Left Ventricular Assist Device Implant Hospitalizations.” JAMA Cardiology. Vol 4, no 2 (2019): 153-160.

  • Daniel J. Crespin, Jon B. Christianson, Jeffrey S. McCullough, and Michael D. Finch, “Do health systems respond to the quality of their competitors?” American Journal of Managed Care. Vol. 25, no. 4 (2019): e104-e110.

  • Hilal Atasoy, Brad N. Greenwood, and Jeffrey S. McCullough, “The Digitization of Patient Care: A Review of the Effects of Electronic Health Records on Health Care Quality and Utilization.” Annual Review of Public Health. Vol. 40 (2019): 487-500.

  • AJay Holmgren, Julia Adler Milstein, and Jeffrey S. McCullough, “Are all certified EHRs created equal? Assessing the relationship between EHR vendor and hospital meaningful use performance.” Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. Vol. 25, no. 6 (2018): 654-660.