Category Archives: Periodicals

New Acquisitions (Periodicals) – October 2019

Health Affairs

Volume 38,   Number 9 – September 2019


  • Neighborhoods And Health, Medicaid, And More /Alan R. Weil. pp.1419 –
  • Gentrification and the Health of Low -Income Children in New York City / Kacie L. Dragan,et. al. pp. 1425-1432
  • Cooling the Hot Spots Where Child Hospitalization Rates Are High: A Neighborhood Approach to Population /Andrew F. Beck,et. al. pp. 1433-1441
  • Expirement to Decrease Neighborhood Poverty Had Limited Effects on Emergency Department Use/ Craig E. Pollack,et. al. pp. 1442-1450
  • Can Medicaid Expansion Prevent Housing Evictions? / Heidi L. Allen, et. al. pp. 1451-1457
  • When Crises Converge: Hospital Visits Before and After Shelter Use Among Homeless New Yorkers/ Dan Treglia, et. al. pp. 1458-1467
  • Enabling Services Improve Access to Care Preventive Services and Satisfaction Among Health Centers Patients /Dahai Yue, et. al. pp. 1468-1474
  • Transforming City Streets to Promote Physical Activity and Health Equity / Keshia M. Pollact Porter, pp. 1475-1483
  • Variablity in States Coverage of Children with Medical Complexity Through Home and Community-Based Services Waivers/ Jessica Keim- Malpass, pp. 1484-1490
  • The Dynamics of Medicaid Enrollment,Employment and Beneficiary Health Status /Jessica P. Vistnes and Steven C. Hill. pp. 1491-1495
  • Emergency Department Closures and Openings: Spillover Effects on Patient Outcomes in Bystander Hospitals /Renee Y. Hsia and Yu-Chu Shen. pp. 1496-1504
  • Spending on Postacute Care After Hospitalization in Commercial Insurance and Medicare Around Age Sixty-Five / Scott E. Regenbogen, pp. 1505-1513
  • Marketwide Price Transparency Suggests Significant Opportunities for Value -Based Purchasing /Anna D. Sinaiko, et. al. pp. 1514-1522
  • The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Hospital Ratings:Pitfalls of Grading on a Single Curve /Jeanette W. Chung,et. al. pp. 1523-1529
  • US Physicians Reactions to ACA Implementation,2012-17 /Lindsay Riordan, pp. 1530-1536
  • ACA’s Contraceptive Coverage Requirement: Measuring Use and Out -of -Pocket Spending /Carol S. Weisman, pp. 1537-1541
  • Regional Differences in Coverage Among American Indians and Alaska Natives Before and After the ACA /Leah Frerichs, pp. 1542-1549
  • Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Mandates:Impact on Opioid Prescribing and Related Hospitals Use /Hefei Wen, pp. 1550-1556
  • Financial Incentives Increase Purchases of Fruit and Vegetables Among Lower -Income Households with Children /Alyssa Moran, pp. 1557-1566
  • The Relationship Between Health Spending and Social Spending in High -Income Countries:How Does the US Compare? /Irene Papanicolas, pp. 1567-1575
  • In Low and Middle -Income Countries is Delivery in High -Quality Obstetric Facilities Geographically Feasible? /Anna D. Gage, pp. 1576-1584
  • Student Shouldnt Merely Survive Medical School /Eli M. Cahan. pp. 1585-1588
  • Beating the Flu /Jeanne Ringel. pp. 1591-
  • Revisiting Health Justice /William M. Sage. pp. 1592-
  • Welcoming Medicine to the Machine /Dhruv Khullar. pp. 1593-

Health Policy and Planning

Volume 33,  Supplement Number 2- July 2018


  • Strengthening Health System Leadership for Better Governance:What Does it Take ?/ Lucy Gilson and Irene Akua Agyepong. pp. ii1-ii4
  • Leadership and the Functioning of Maternal Health Services in Two Rural District Hospitals in South Africa / T Mathole, et. al. pp. ii5-ii15
  • Leadership Styles in Two Ghanaian Hospitals in a Challenging Environment/ Matilda Aberes-Ako, et. al. pp. ii16-ii26
  • Examining Clinical Leadership in Kenyan Public Hospitals Through the Distributed Leadership Lens/ Jacinta Nzinga, et. al. pp. ii27-ii34
  • Strategic Leadership Capacity Building for Sub-Saharan African Health Systems and Public Health Governance: a Multi-Country Assessment of Essential Competencies and Optimal Design for a Pan African DrPH/ Irene Akua Agyepong, et. al. pp. ii35-ii49
  • Achievements and Challenges in Developing Health Leadership in South Africa :the Experience of the Oliver Tambo Fellowship Programme 2008-2014/ Jane Doherty, et. al. pp. ii50-ii64
  • Enabling Relational Leadership in Primary Healthcare Settings: Lessons from the DIALHS Collaboration/ Susan Cleary, et. al. pp. ii65-ii74

The Review of Economics and Statistics

Volume 100,  Number 5  December 2018


  • Robots at Work/ Georg Graetz and Guy Michaels. pp. 753-768
  • Is Murder Bad for Business? Evidence from Colombia/ Sandra V. Rozo. pp. 769-782
  • Time Use and Labor Productivity:the Returns to Sleep/ Matthew Gibson and Jeffrey Shrader. pp. 783-798
  • Measuring Uncertainty and its Impact on the Economy/ Andrea Carriero,et. al. pp. 799-815
  • Asset Integration and Attitudes Toward Risk: Theory and Evidence /Steffen Andersen,et. al. pp. 816-830
  • Why You Should Never Use the Hodrick-Prescott Filter/ James D. Hamilton. pp. 831-843
  • Optimal Design of Experiments in the Presence of Interference/ Sarah baird, et. al. pp. 844-860
  • Tall Buildings Land Values : Height and Construction Cost Elasticities in Chicago,1870-2010/ Gabriel M. Ahlfeldt,e t. al. pp. 861-875
  • Gender Stereotypes in the Classroom and Effects on Achievement/ Sule Alan, Seda Ertac and Ipek Mumcu. pp. 876-890
  • Do Anti-Poverty Programs Sway Voters?Experimental Evidence from Uganda/ Christopher Blattman, pp. 891-905
  • Why Do Previous Choices Matter for Hospital Demand ? Decomposing Switching Costs from Unobserved Preferences/ Devesh Raval and Ted Rosenbaum. pp. 906-915
  • A Composite Likelihood Framework for Analyzing Singular DSGE Models/ Zhongjun Qu. pp. 916-932
  • Fiscal Forecasts at the FOMC: Evidence from the Greenbooks/ Dean Croushore and Simon van Norden. pp. 933-945

New Acquisitions (Periodicals) – September 2019

Health Affairs

Volume 38, Number 8 – August 2019


  • Military Health Systems /Alan R. Weil. pp. 1243-1245
  • Back at Home a New Purpose for Battlefield Skills / T. R. Goldman. pp. 1246-1251
  • Finding Shelter and Support Along the Road to Better Health /Brian Rinker. pp. 1252-1256
  • ACA Heads Back to Supreme Court / Katie Keith. pp. 1257-1258
  • The US Military Health System: Promoting Readiness and Providing Health Care /Terri Tanielian and Carrie Farmer. pp. 1259-1267
  • A Military Health System For the Twenty-First Century /Terry Adirim. pp. 1268-1273
  • Readiness of Medical Providers The Military Health System:Overview of Operational and Policy Considerations /Paul Hutter, et. al. pp. 1274-1280
  • Veterans Health Administration Investments in Primary Care and Mental Health Integration Improved Care Access /Lucinda B. Leung, et. al. pp. 1281-1288
  • The Opioid Epidemic in Veterans Who Were Homeless or Unstably Housed /Amanda M. Midboe, et. al. pp. 1289-1297
  • Post- Deployment Screening in the Military Health System: An Opportunity to Intervene for Possible Alcohol Use Disorder /Rachel Sayko. et. al. pp. 1298-1306
  • No Racial Disparities in Surgical Care Quality Observed After Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting in TriCARE Patients /Muhammad Ali, et. al. pp. 1307-1312
  • A Collaborative to Evaluate and Improve the Quality of Surgical Care Delivered by the Military Health System . Peter A. Learn, et. al. pp. 1313-1320
  • Prevalence of Unplanned Readmissions Among Patients of Military Treatment Facilities / Craig Holden, pp. 1321-1326
  • Ultilization Variation in Military Versus Civilian Care : Evidence from TriCARE / Amelia M. Bond and Stephen D. Schwab. pp. 1327-1334
  • Contribution of Care Source to Cancer Treatment Cost Variation in the US Military Health System /Yvonne L. Eaglehouse,et. al. pp. 1335-1342
  • Provider Acceptance and Beneficiary Access Under TriCARE ‘s PPO Health Plan /Yonatan Ben-Shalom, et. al. pp. 1343-1350
  • Assessing Low-Value Health Care Services in the Military Health System /Tracey Perez Koehlmoos, et. al. pp. 1351-1357
  • The Impact of MIlitary Parents Injuries on the Health and Well-Being of their Children /Elizabeth Hisle-Gorman, pp. 1358-1365
  • TriCARE for Children:Between Medicaid and Marketplace Plans for Comprehensiveness and Cost Sharing /Joseph S. Zickafoose, et. al. pp. 1366-1376
  • Families with TriCARE Report Lower Health Care Quality and Access Compared to Other Insured and Uninsured Families / Roopa Seshadri, et. al. pp. 1377-1385
  • Military Telehealth: A Model for Delivering Expertise to the Point of Need in Austere and Operational Environments /Jeremy C. Pamplin, et. al. pp. 1386-1392
  • Navy Medicine Introduces Value-Based Health Care /Alee Hernandez, et. al. pp. 1393-1399