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Sharp rise in Medicare enrollees being held in hospitals for observation raises concerns about causes and consequences
Z Feng, B Wright, V Mor
Health affairs 31 (6), 1251-1259, 2012
1552012
At federally funded health centers, Medicaid expansion was associated with improved quality of care
MB Cole, O Galárraga, IB Wilson, B Wright, AN Trivedi
Health Affairs 36 (1), 40-48, 2017
1012017
Federally qualified health center use among dual eligibles: rates of hospitalizations and emergency department visits
B Wright, AJ Potter, A Trivedi
Health Affairs 34 (7), 1147-1155, 2015
452015
Who governs federally qualified health centers?
B Wright
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 38 (1), 27-55, 2013
432013
Excluding observation stays from readmission rates—what quality measures are missing
AK Sabbatini, B Wright
New England Journal of Medicine 378 (22), 2062-2065, 2018
352018
The road to efficiency? Re-examining the impact of the primary care physician workforce on health care utilization rates
DB Wright, TC Ricketts III
Social science & medicine 70 (12), 2006-2010, 2010
352010
Care in the country: a historical case study of long-term sustainability in 4 rural health centers
DB Wright
American Journal of Public Health 99 (9), 1612-1618, 2009
332009
Medicaid expansion and community health centers: care quality and service use increased for rural patients
MB Cole, B Wright, IB Wilson, O Galárraga, AN Trivedi
Health Affairs 37 (6), 900-907, 2018
322018
Iowa’s Medicaid expansion promoted healthy behaviors but was challenging to implement and attracted few participants
NM Askelson, B Wright, S Bentler, ET Momany, P Damiano
Health Affairs 36 (5), 799-807, 2017
262017
Consumer governance and the provision of enabling services that facilitate access to care at community health centers
DB Wright
Medical care 50 (8), 668, 2012
252012
Observation rates at veterans’ hospitals more than doubled during 2005–13, similar to Medicare trends
B Wright, AMJ O’Shea, P Ayyagari, PG Ugwi, P Kaboli, ...
Health Affairs 34 (10), 1730-1737, 2015
242015
Hospital, patient, and local health system characteristics associated with the prevalence and duration of observation care
B Wright, HY Jung, Z Feng, V Mor
Health services research 49 (4), 1088-1107, 2014
232014
Do patients have a voice? The social stratification of health center governing boards
B Wright
Health Expectations 18 (3), 430-437, 2015
202015
When patients govern: Federal grant funding and uncompensated care at federally qualified health centers
DB Wright, TC Ricketts
Journal of health care for the poor and underserved 24 (2), 954, 2013
192013
Mission, margin, and the role of consumer governance in decision-making at community health centers
B Wright, GP Martin
Journal of health care for the poor and underserved 25 (2), 930, 2014
182014
Use or abuse? A qualitative study of emergency physicians' views on use of observation stays at three hospitals in the united states and england
GP Martin, B Wright, A Ahmed, J Banerjee, S Mason, D Roland
Annals of Emergency Medicine 69 (3), 284-292. e2, 2017
162017
The origin and disposition of Medicare observation stays
Z Feng, HY Jung, B Wright, V Mor
Medical care 52 (9), 796, 2014
162014
Voices of the vulnerable: community health centres and the promise and peril of consumer governance
B Wright
Public Management Review 17 (1), 57-71, 2015
152015
Is childhood socioeconomic status related to coronary heart disease? Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study (1992-2012)
M Lee, MM Khan, B Wright
Gerontology and geriatric medicine 3, 2333721417696673, 2017
142017
Implementation of the Affordable Care Act and rural health clinic capacity in Iowa
B Wright, PC Damiano, SE Bentler
Journal of primary care & community health 6 (1), 61-65, 2015
142015
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