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
Blumenthal, David, David M Cutler, and Kristof Stremikis. 2013. “Health Care Spending—A Giant Slain or Sleeping?.” New England Journal of Medicine 369 (25): 2551-2557. PDF
Stewart, Susan, David M Cutler, and Allison B Rosen. 2013. “US Trends in Quality-Adjusted Life Expectancy From 1987 to 2008: Combining National Surveys to More Broadly Track the Health of the Nation.” American Journal of Public Health 103 (11): e78-e87. PDF
Cutler, David M, and Fiona Scott Morton. 2013. “Hospitals, Market Share, and Consolidation.” Journal of American Medical Association 310 (18): 1964-1970. PDF
Pandya, Ankur, Thomas A Gaziano, Milton C Weinstein, and David M Cutler. 2013. “More Americans Living Longer with Cardiovascular Disease Will Increase Costs while Lowering Quality of Life.” Health Affairs 32 (10): 1706-1714. PDF
Goldman, Dana P, David M Cutler, John W Rowe, Pierre-Carl Michaud, Jeffrey Sullivan, Jay S Olshansky, and Desi Peneva. 2013. “Substantial Health and Economic Returns From Delayed Aging May Warrant a New Focus For Medical Research.” Health Affairs 32 (10): 1698-1705. PDF
Taksler, Glen B., David M Cutler, Edward Giovannucci, Matthew R. Smith, and Nancy L. Keating. 2013. “Ultraviolet Index and Racial Differences in Prostate Cancer Incidence and Mortality.” Cancer 119 (17): 3195-3203. PDF
Alsan, Marcella M, and David M Cutler. 2013. “Girls’ education and HIV risk: Evidence from Uganda.” Journal of Health Economics 32 (5): 863– 872. PDF
Cutler, David M, Kaushik Ghosh, and Mary Beth Landrum. 2013. “Evidence for Significant Compression of Morbidity in the Elderly U.S. Population”. PDF
Cutler, David M. 2013. “For Physicians, a Choice Between Health Care Rationing or Delivering Health Care More Rationally.” news@JAMA. PDF
Cutler, David M, and Nikhil Sahni. 2013. “If Slow Rate Of Health Care Spending Growth Persists, Projections May Be Off By $770 Billion.” Health Affairs 32 (5): 841-850. PDF
Rosen, Allison B, Ana Aizcorbe, Alexander J Ryu, Nicole Nestoriak, David M Cutler, and Michael E Chernew. 2013. “Policy Makers Will Need A Way To Update Bundled Payments That Reflects Highly Skewed Spending Growth Of Various Care Episodes.” Health Affairs 32 (5): 944-951. PDF
Ruhnke, Gregory W, Marcelo Coca Perraillon, and David M Cutler. 2013. “Mortality Reduction among Pneumonia Patients Still Substantial despite the Impact of Coding Changes.” The American Journal of Medicine 126 (3): 266-269. PDF
Cutler, David M, and Nikhil Sahni. 2013. “The Forecast Slowdown in Medicare Spending: Is More Coming?.” news@JAMA, February 21, 2013. PDF
Cutler, David M. 2013. “A Prescription for Washington’s Mood Disorder.” news@JAMA, January 29, 2013. PDF
Cutler, David M. 2013. “Social Status and Health: A Coming Issue for Physicians.” news@JAMA, April 17, 2013. PDF
Cutler, David, and Mary Beth Landrum. 2012. “Dimensions of Health in the Elderly Population.” Investigations in the Economics of Aging, 179-201. Chicago: University of Chicago Press for National Bureau of Economic Research, 179-201. PDF