See me and my colleagues at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting

Come see what some of my colleagues and I are presenting at the forthcoming Academy Health Annual Research Meeting! The list below includes the talks and posters to be presented by me and my closest VA and Harvard colleagues and collaborators (plus Aaron). Just so you can tell them apart (if you care), the items marked with an asterisk (*) are by my VA colleagues. I marked Aaron’s with two asterisks (**).

Sunday, June 26:

  • 10:30AM – 12:00PM:
    • The End of Journals (Carroll)**
  • 12:15pm – 1:45pm:
    • Characterizing Recent Growth in the Medicare Advantage Program (Johnson)
    • Plan-Provider Integration in the Medicare Advantage Market (Lyon)
    • Progress and Challenges Facing Health Information Exchange Efforts Across the US (Adler-Milstein)
    • Concentration of Preventable Spending Among Medicare Subpopulations, (Figueroa)
    • Sensitivity of Inferences to Propensity Score Weight Choice: Kernel Versus Inverse Probability of Treatment (Garrido)*
  • 2:00pm – 2:20pm:
    • Recent Growth in Medicare Advantage and Its Association with Subsequent Spending in the Medicare Fee-for-Service Program (Johnson)
  • 2:00pm-3:30pm
    • Risk Prediction: Leveraging Longitudinal Data for Population Health (Garrido)*

Monday, June 27:

  • 8:00am – 9:30am:
    • Relationship Between Emergency Department Admission Rate and Outcomes for Common Conditions Among Medicare Beneficiaries (Burke)
    • Do Academic Medical Centers Have a Differential Benefit for Medically Complex Medicare Beneficiaries? (Burke)
    • Trends in Emergency Department Practice Intensity Among Medicare Beneficiaries (Burke)
    • Global Budget Payments Led to a Decrease in Low-Value Hospital Admissions in Rural Maryland (Done)*
    • Hospital-Reported Strategies Associated with Better Patient Experience, (Figueroa)
    • Characteristics and Spending Patterns of the Non-Elderly High-Need/High Cost Patients in Massachusetts (Figueroa)
    • Five-Star Quality Rating in Dialysis Facilities: What Does the Patient Population of Highly Rated Facilities Look like? (Bonfrer)
    • Five-Star Quality Rating in Dialysis Facilities: What Do the High Performers Look like? (Bonfrer)
    • Pay for Performance in the US: Did Early Adopting Hospitals Perform Better? (Bonfrer)
    • Trends in Surgical Post-Operative Mortality: Are We Doing Better? (Mehtsun)
    • Unintended Consequences of the 30-Day Mortality Measure – Fact or Fiction? (Mehtsun)
    • Trends in Readmission Following Inpatient Surgery (Mehtsun)
    • Trends of Patient Experience in US Hospitals (Papanicolas)
  • 10:05am – 10:25am:
    • Voluntary Health Insurance in Nigeria: Effects on Takers and Non-Takers (Bonfrer)
  • 12:10pm-12:30pm:
    • The Total Patient Revenue Program in Maryland Led to a Decrease in Rural Hospital Care Utilization (Done)*
  • 11:50am – 12:10pm:
    • Greater Medicare Advantage Penetration Modifies the Relationship Between HIE and Medicare Spending (Adler-Milstein)
  • 5:00pm – 5:20pm:
    • Changes in Care or Changes in Coding: Unintended Consequences of the Federal Pay-for-Performance Programs? (Papanicolas)
  • 5:00pm-6:40pm:
    • Propensity Scores with Multiple Treatment Levels (Garrido)*
  • 5:45pm-6:30pm:
    • Patient-Centered Validation and Maintenance of Performance Metrics Constructed from Administrative Data (Pizer, Prentice, Frakt)*
  • 6:30pm – 8:00pm:
    • The Effects of Ghana’s National Health Insurance Scheme on Maternal Health Care Utilization (Bonfrer)

Tuesday, June 28:

  • 8:00am – 9:30am
    • Using Survey and Administrative Data to Evaluate End-of-life Care Provision and Outcomes (Garrido, chair)*


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