Wiesława Dominika Wranik
Wiesława Dominika Wranik
Professor of Health Policy and Economics, Dalhousie University
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Physician remuneration methods for family physicians in Canada: expected outcomes and lessons learned
DW Wranik, M Durier-Copp
Health Care Analysis 18, 35-59, 2010
Healthcare policy tools as determinants of health-system efficiency: evidence from the OECD
D Wranik
Health Economics, Policy and Law 7 (2), 197-226, 2012
Implications of interprofessional primary care team characteristics for health services and patient health outcomes: a systematic review with narrative synthesis
WD Wranik, S Price, SM Haydt, J Edwards, K Hatfield, J Weir, N Doria
Health Policy 123 (6), 550-563, 2019
Health human resource planning in Canada: a typology and its application
D Wranik
Health Policy 86 (1), 27-41, 2008
The relative importance of clinical, economic, patient values and feasibility criteria in cancer drug reimbursement in Canada: a revealed preferences analysis of …
C Skedgel, D Wranik, M Hu
Pharmacoeconomics 36, 467-475, 2018
Physician payment methods: a focus on quality and cost control
L Rudmik, D Wranik, C Rudisill-Michaelsen
Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery 43 (1), 1-5, 2014
Choice of treatment with antidepressants: influencing factors
H Himmerich, D W Wranik
Current pharmaceutical design 18 (36), 5958-5975, 2012
Framework for the design of physician remuneration methods in primary health care
D Wranik, M Durier-Copp
Social work in public health 26 (3), 231-259, 2011
Funding and remuneration of interdisciplinary primary care teams in Canada: a conceptual framework and application
WD Wranik, SM Haydt, A Katz, AR Levy, M Korchagina, JM Edwards, ...
BMC health services research 17, 1-12, 2017
Funding models and medical dominance in interdisciplinary primary care teams: qualitative evidence from three Canadian provinces
WD Wranik, SM Haydt
Human Resources for Health 16, 1-9, 2018
Costs of productivity loss due to occupational cancer in Canada: estimation using claims data from Workers’ Compensation Boards
WD Wranik, A Muir, M Hu
Health Economics Review 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
How best to structure interdisciplinary primary care teams: the study protocol for a systematic review with narrative framework synthesis
WD Wranik, JA Hayden, S Price, RMN Parker, SM Haydt, JM Edwards, ...
Systematic Reviews 5, 1-7, 2016
Uncertainty tolerance among experts involved in drug reimbursement recommendations: Qualitative evidence from HTA committees in Canada and Poland
WD Wranik, L Gambold, S Peacock
Health Policy 125 (3), 307-319, 2021
The evolution of the cancer formulary review in Canada: Can centralization improve the use of economic evaluation?
WD Wranik, L Gambold, N Hanson, A Levy
The International Journal of Health Planning and Management 32 (2), e232-e260, 2017
Using economic evidence as a support tool for policy decisions: Herculean or Sisyphean effort?
D Wranik
Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research 8 (4), 329-332, 2008
Ranking the criteria used in the appraisal of drugs for reimbursement: a stated preferences elicitation with health technology assessment stakeholders across jurisdictional …
WD Wranik, M Jakubczyk, K Drachal
Value in Health 23 (4), 471-480, 2020
Threats to the value of health technology assessment: Qualitative evidence from Canada and Poland
WD Wranik, DA Zielińska, L Gambold, S Sevgur
Health Policy 123 (2), 191-202, 2019
Barriers and solutions to implementation strategies to improve health human resource models in Canada
M Durier-Copp, D Wranik
Health Services Restructuring in Canada: New Evidence and New Diections, 213-244, 2007
Drug attributes associated with the selection of drugs for reimbursement: a pilot stated preferences experiment with Canadian stakeholders
WD Wranik, C Skedgel, M Hu
Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research 19 (1), 59-69, 2019
Gender and public sector careers: The motivations of Master of Public Administration students
L DeRiviere, WD Wranik, J Grace
Canadian Public Administration 64 (3), 360-388, 2021
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