Publications by Year: 2016

2016
Cutler, David M., Catherine Gutierrez, Rachel A. Lindor, Olesya Baker, and Jeremiah D. Schuur. 2016. “State Regulation of Freestanding Emergency Departments Varies Widely, Affecting Location, Growth, and Services Provided.” Health Affairs 35 (10): 1857-1866. Journal Article
Cutler, David M. 2016. “Health and Taxes.” JAMA Forum, Journal of the American Medical Association 316 (16): 1634-1635. Journal Article
Cutler, David M., Kirstin W. Scott, Ashish K. Jha, and E. John Orav. 2016. “Changes in Hospital–Physician Affiliations in U.S. Hospitals and Their Effect on Quality of Care.” Annals of Internal Medicine online (Sept). Journal Article
Cutler, David M, Nikhil Sahni, Maurice Dalton, John Birkmeyer, and Amitabh Chandra. 2016. “Surgeon Specialization and Operative Mortality in United States: Retrospective Analysis.” BMJ 354 (i3571): 1-9. Journal Article
Cutler, David M, Katherine Baicker, Matthew J. Niedzwiecki, Ziad Obermeyer, and Michael Wilson. 2016. “Short-term Outcomes for Medicare Beneficiaries After Low-acuity Visits to Emergency Departments and Clinics.” Medical Care 54 (5): 498-503. Journal Article
Cutler, David M., Amber I. Jessup, Donald S. Kenkel, and Martha A. Starr. 2016. “Economic Approaches to Estimating Benefits of Regulations Affecting Addictive Goods.” American Journal of Preventative Medicine 50 (5S1): S20–S26. Journal Article
Cutler, David M., Raj Chetty, Michael Stepner, Sarah Abraham, Shelby Lin, Benjamin Scuderi, Nicholas Turner, and Augustin Bergeron. 2016. “The Association Between Income and Life Expectancy in the United States, 2001-2014.” Journal of the American Medical Association 315 (16): 1750-1766. Journal Article
Cutler, David M. 2016. “Campaign Wars: Health Policy in a Fantasy World.” The JAMA Forum: Journal of the American Medical Association 315 (1): 16-17. Journal Article
Obermeyer, Ziad, Alissa C Clarke, Maggie Makar, Jeremiah D Schuur, and David M. Cutler. 2016. “Emergency Care Use and the Medicare Hospice Benefit for Individuals with Cancer with a Poor Prognosis.” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 64 (2): 323-329. Journal Article