Do accountable care organizations differ according to physician-hospital integration?: A retrospective observational study.
Lin MY, Hanchate AD, Frakt AB, Burgess JF, Carey K.
Medicine (Baltimore). 2021 Mar 26. 100(12):e25231. PMID: 33761713
Quality of Care and Outcomes Among Medicare Advantage vs Fee-for-Service Medicare Patients Hospitalized With Heart Failure.
Figueroa JF, Wadhera RK, Frakt AB, Fonarow GC, Heidenreich PA, Xu H, Lytle B, DeVore AD, Matsouaka R, Yancy CW, Bhatt DL, Joynt Maddox KE.
JAMA Cardiol. 2020 Dec 01. 5(12):1349-1357. PMID: 32876650
Feyman Y, Pizer SD, Frakt AB.
Health Econ. 2021 Feb. 30(2):311-327. PMID: 33219715
Shafer P, Frakt AB.
JAMA. 2020 Nov 17. 324(19):1931-1932. PMID: 33201194
Opioid Discontinuation Among Patients Receiving High-Dose Long-Term Opioid Therapy in the Veterans Health Administration.
Minegishi T, Garrido MM, Stein M, Oliva EM, Frakt AB.
J Gen Intern Med. 2020 12. 35(Suppl 3):903-909. PMID: 33145683
Nikpay S, Pungarcher I, Frakt A.
J Health Polit Policy Law. 2020 10 01. 45(5):889-904. PMID: 32589202
Yee CA, Pizer SD, Frakt A.
Milbank Q. 2020 09. 98(3):908-974. PMID: 32820837
Harvard Chan School faculty members were among seven experts who appeared in a Washington Post video discussing how to improve the U.S. health care system and whether other countries’ systems are better.
Implementing a Medicare for All system would have broad effects on the American economy, though understanding the precise impact is difficult, according to experts. In a February 3, 2020 New York Times column, Austin Frakt, senior research scientist…
The U.S. spends more on health care than all the other wealthy democracies in the world. But in spite of all that spending, life expectancy in the U.S lags behind that of its peer countries. And many Americans…
Numerous studies have found a connection between education and health. In a June 3, 2019 New York Times article, Austin Frakt of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health discussed research from the past few decades suggesting that…
Despite spending more on health care than any other country, the U.S. has health outcomes that are not much better—and in many cases, are worse—than other countries. In a May 20, 2019 New York Times article, Austin Frakt,…