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
- Jeffrey S. McCullough, Stephen T. Parente, and Robert J. Town. “Health Information Technology and Patient Outcomes: The Role of Information and Labor Coordination.” The RAND Journal of Economics. Forthcoming.
- Daniel Crespin, Jon B. Christianson, Michael Finch, and Jeffrey S. McCullough, “Health System Consolidation and Diabetes Care Performance at Ambulatory Clinics” Health Services Research, Forthcoming.
- L. Robert Burns, Jeffrey S. McCullough, and Douglas R. Wholey. “Is the System Really the Solution? Operating Costs in Hospital Systems.” Medical Care Research and Review. Forthcoming.
- Jeffrey S. McCullough, Jean M. Abraham, Jon B. Christianson, Daniel Crespin, and Michael Finch. “Public Reporting and the Evolution of Clinical Quality.” International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics. Forthcoming.
- Jean M. Abraham, Daniel Crespin, Jeffrey S. McCullough, and Jon B. Christianson. “Does Better Quality Result in Lower Cost?: Diabetes Care in Minnesota.” Medical Care Research and Review. Forthcoming.
- Coleman Drake, Jean M. Abraham, and Jeffrey S. McCullough. “Rural Enrollment in the Federally-Facilitated Marketplace.” Journal of Rural Health. Forthcoming.
- Guodong Gao, Brad Greenwood, Jeffrey McCullough, and Ritu Agarwal, “The Information
- Value of Online Physician Ratings.” Management Information Systems Quarterly. Forthcoming.
- Bradly M. Gray, Jonathan L. Vandergrift, Gordon Gao, Jeffrey S. McCullough, and Rebecca S. Lipner, “Website Ratings of Physicians and The Quality of Physician Care.” JAMA Internal Medicine. Published online December 01, 2014. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2014.6291.
- Bradley M. Gray, Jonathan L. Vandergrift, Mary M. Johnston, James Reschovsky, Lorna Lynn, Eric Holmbo, Jeffrey S. McCullough, and Rebecca S. Lipner. “The Association Between Imposition of a Maintenance of Certification Requirement and Changes in Health Care Costs and Avoidable Hospital Admissions.” JAMA. Vol. 312, no. 22 (2014): 2348-2357.
- Chia-Wei Lin, Pinar Karaca-Mandic, Jeffrey S. McCullough, and Lesley Weaver. “Access to Oral Osteoporosis Drugs Among Medicare Part D Beneficiaries.” Women’s Health Issues, Vol. 24, no. 4 (2014): e435-e445.
- Corey Angst, Ritu Agarwal, Gordon Gao, Jiban Khuntia, and Jeffrey S. McCullough, “Information Technology and Voluntary Quality Disclosure by Hospitals.” Decision Support Systems, Vol. 57 (2014): 367-375.
- Michelle M. Casey, Ira Moscovice, and Jeffrey S. McCullough, “Rural Primary Care Practices and Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records: The Role of Regional Extension Centers.” Journal of Rural Health, Vol. 30, no. 3 (Summer 2014): 244-251.
- Jinhyung Lee, Jeffrey S. McCullough, and Robert J. Town. “The Impact of Health Information Technology on Hospital Productivity.” The RAND Journal of Economics. Vol. 44, no. 3 (Fall 2013): 545-568.
- Jeffrey S. McCullough, B. Ack Leerpan, and Jon B. Christianson, “Do Electronic Medical Records Improve Diabetes Quality in Physician Practices?” American Journal of Managed Care Vol. 19, no. 2 (2013): 144-149.
- Paula H. Song, Jeffrey S. McCullough, and Kristin L. Reiter. “The Role of Non-Operating Income in Community Benefit Provision by Not-for-Profit Hospitals.” Journal of Health Care Finance. Vol. 39, no. 3 (2013): 59-70.
- L. Robert Burns, Douglar R. Whole, Jeffrey S. McCullough, Peter Kralovec, and Ralph Muller, “The Changing Configuration of Hospital Systems: Centralization, Federalization, or Fragmentation?” Advances in Health Care Management. Vol 1, no. 13 (2012): 189-232.
- Guodong Goa, Jeffrey S. McCullough, Ritu Agarwal, and Ashish Jha, “Online Physician Ratings by Patients: A Changing Landscape of Physician Quality Reporting.” Journal of Medical Internet Research, Vol. 14 (2012):e38.