Publications by Year: 2014

Clemens, Jeffrey, and David M Cutler. 2014. “Who Pays for Public Employee Health Costs?” Journal of Health Economics 38: 65-76. PDF
Cutler, David M, Robert L Clark, and Joesph P Newhouse. 2014. “Health Insurance and the American Public Sector Labor Market.” Journal of Health Economics 38: 62-64. PDF
Stewart, Susan T., David M Cutler, and Allison B. Rosen. 2014. “Comparison of Trends in US Health-Related Quality of LifeOver the 2000s Using the SF-6D, HALex, EQ-5D, andEQ-5D Visual Analog Scale Versus a Broader Set ofSymptoms and Impairments.” Medical Care 52 (12): 1010-1016. PDF
Obermeyer, Ziad, Maggie Makar, Samer Abujaber, Francesca Dominici, Susan Block, and David M Cutler. 2014. “Association Between the Medicare Hospice Benefit and Health Care Utilization and Costs for Patients with Poor Prognosis Cancer.” Journal of the American Medical Association 312 (18): 1888-1898. PDF
Cutler, David M. 2014. “Who Benefits From Health System Change?” Journal of the American Medical Association 312 (16): 1639-1641. Publisher's Version PDF
Cutler, David M, Michael Wilson, Jonathan Welch, Jeremiah Schuur, and Kelli O'Laughlin. 2014. “Hospital and Emergency Department Factors Associated with Variations in Missed Diagnosis and Costs for Patients Age 65 Years and Older with Acute Myocardial Infarction Who Present to Emergency Departments.” Academic Emergency Medicine 21 (10): 1101-1108. Publisher's Version PDF
Fang, Margaret C, Marcelo Coca Perraillon, Kaushik Ghosh, David M Cutler, and Allison B Rosen. 2014. “Trends in Stroke Rates, Risk, and Outcomes in the United States, 1988 to 2008.” American Journal of Medicine 127 (7): 608-615. PDF
Cutler, David M, and Michael Wilson. 2014. “Emergency Department Profits Are Likely To Continue As The Affordable Care Act Expands Coverage.” Health Affairs 33 (5): 792-799. PDF
Cutler, David M, and Michael D Botta. 2014. “Meaningful Use: Floor or Ceiling.” Healthcare 2: 48-52. PDF
Cutler, David M, Ankur Pandya, Milton Weinstein, Joshua Salomon, and Thomas Gaziano. 2014. “Who Needs Laboratories and Who Needs Statins? Comparative and Cost-Effectiveness Analyses of Non–Laboratory-Based,Laboratory-Based, and Staged Primary Cardiovascular DiseaseScreening Guidelines.” Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 7: 25-32. Publisher's Version PDF