Katherine Baicker
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Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response
JJV Bavel, K Baicker, PS Boggio, V Capraro, A Cichocka, M Cikara, ...
Nature human behaviour 4 (5), 460-471, 2020
The Oregon Health Insurance Experiment: Evidence from the First Year
A Finkelstein, S Taubman, B Wright, M Bernstein, J Gruber, JP Newhouse, ...
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 127 (3), 1057-1106, 2012
Workplace wellness programs can generate savings
K Baicker, D Cutler, Z Song
Health affairs 29 (2), 304-311, 2010
The Oregon experiment—effects of Medicaid on clinical outcomes
K Baicker, SL Taubman, HL Allen, M Bernstein, JH Gruber, JP Newhouse, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 368 (18), 1713-1722, 2013
Medicare Spending, The Physician Workforce, And Beneficiaries' Quality Of Care: Areas with a high concentration of specialists also show higher spending and less use of high …
K Baicker, A Chandra
Health Affairs 23 (Suppl1), W4-184-W4-197, 2004
Mortality and access to care among adults after state Medicaid expansions
BD Sommers, K Baicker, AM Epstein
New England Journal of Medicine 367 (11), 1025-1034, 2012
Medicaid increases emergency-department use: evidence from Oregon's Health Insurance Experiment
SL Taubman, HL Allen, BJ Wright, K Baicker, AN Finkelstein
Science 343 (6168), 263-268, 2014
The spillover effects of state spending
K Baicker
Journal of public economics 89 (2-3), 529-544, 2005
Health insurance coverage and health—what the recent evidence tells us
BD Sommers, AA Gawande, K Baicker
New England Journal of Medicine 377 (6), 586-593, 2017
Effect of a workplace wellness program on employee health and economic outcomes: a randomized clinical trial
Z Song, K Baicker
Jama 321 (15), 1491-1501, 2019
Who You Are And Where You Live: How Race And Geography Affect The Treatment Of Medicare Beneficiaries: There is no simple story that explains the regional patterns of racial …
K Baicker, A Chandra, JS Skinner, JE Wennberg
Health affairs 23 (Suppl2), VAR-33-VAR-44, 2004
Behavioral hazard in health insurance
K Baicker, S Mullainathan, J Schwartzstein
The Quarterly Journal of Economics 130 (4), 1623-1667, 2015
The labor market effects of rising health insurance premiums
K Baicker, A Chandra
Journal of Labor Economics 24 (3), 609-634, 2006
The impact of Medicaid on labor market activity and program participation: evidence from the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment
K Baicker, A Finkelstein, J Song, S Taubman
American Economic Review 104 (5), 322-328, 2014
Changes in mortality after Massachusetts health care reform: a quasi-experimental study
BD Sommers, SK Long, K Baicker
Annals of internal medicine 160 (9), 585-593, 2014
Geographic variation in health care and the problem of measuring racial disparities
K Baicker, A Chandra, J Skinner
Perspectives in biology and medicine 48 (1), 42-S53, 2005
Geographic variation in the appropriate use of cesarean delivery: do higher usage rates reflect medically inappropriate use of this procedure?
K Baicker, KS Buckles, A Chandra
Health Affairs 25 (Suppl1), W355-W367, 2006
Patient cost-sharing and healthcare spending growth
K Baicker, D Goldman
Journal of Economic Perspectives 25 (2), 47-68, 2011
Malpractice liability costs and the practice of medicine in the Medicare program
K Baicker, ES Fisher, A Chandra
Health Affairs 26 (3), 841-852, 2007
Health insurance coverage and take‐up: Lessons from behavioral economics
K Baicker, WJ Congdon, S Mullainathan
The Milbank Quarterly 90 (1), 107-134, 2012
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