Co-author, “Using Behavioral Economics to Design Physician Incentives That Deliver High-Value Care.” Ann Intern Med. 2016; 164(2): 114–119.
Co-author, “Asymmetric Thinking about Return on Investment.” N Engl J Med 2016; 374: 606–608.
Co-author, “Commentary on “Is the System Really the Solution? Operating Costs in Hospital Systems: Limits to System Efficiency in Centralized Hospital Systems: Illustration From the University of Pennsylvania Health System.” Medical Care Research and Review, 2015; 72(3): 273–276.
Co-author, “Is the System Really the Solution? Operating Costs in Hospital Systems.” Medical Care Research and Review 2015; 72(3): 247–272.
Co-author “Conflicts and Compromises in Not Hiring Smokers.” N Engl J Med 2013; 368: 1371–1373.
Co-author “Automated hovering in health care: watching over the 5,000 hours.” N Engl J Med 2012; 367: 1–3.
Co-author, “The Changing Configuration of Hospital Systems: Centralization, Federalization or Fragmentation?” Advances in Health Care Management, Volume 13, Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd., U.K., 2012.
Co-author, “History of Hospital/Physician Relationships: Obstacles, Opportunities, and Issues.” In Jay Crosson and Laura Tollen (Eds.), Partners in Health (Kaiser Permanente Institute for Health Policy, Oakland, CA). 2010.
Co-author “Hospital-Physician Collaboration: Landscape of Economic Integration and Impact on Clinical Integration.” Milbank Quarterly. 2008.
Author, “Great Britain’s Efforts to Provide Comprehensive Health Care in Enabling Prospective Health Care.” 2002 Duke Private Sector Conference. North Carolina. Duke University Medical Center & Health System Press, 2002.
Co-author, “Does Economic Theory Justify Changing Policy That Works?” Health Affairs, March/April 2001.
Author, “What Matters: Making the Case for Public Support of Teaching Hospitals and Medical Schools.” Academic Medicine, February 2001.
Author, “The Academic Health Center and the University: Strange Bedfellows,” The Academic Health Center in the 21st Century: 1995 Duke Private Sector Conference. North Carolina: Raven Press, 1995.