Dan Polsky is a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Health Policy and Economics at Johns Hopkins University. Prior to joining Hopkins served as Executive Director of the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics from 2012 - 2019 and was a professor at the University of Pennsylvania in the Perelman School of Medicine and the Wharton School of Business. His research seeks an advanced understanding of the cost and quality tradeoff of health care intervention that addresses care, access, coverage, and payment.

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Economic evaluation in clinical trials

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2014

Coronary revascularization trends in the United States, 2001-2008

567

2011

Job stability in the United States

318

1997

Long-term risk for depressive symptoms after a medical diagnosis

309

2005

Confidence intervals for cost–effectiveness ratios: a comparison of four methods

309

1997

Has job stability declined yet? New evidence for the 1990s

299

1999

The effect of pay-for-performance in hospitals: lessons for quality improvement

289

2011

Psychotropic medication use among Medicaid-enrolled children with autism spectrum disorders

261

2008

Racial profiling: the unintended consequences of coronary artery bypass graft report cards

249

2005

The 2004 Marshall Urist award: delays until surgery after hip fracture increases mortality

221

2004

Measuring the effects of work loss on productivity with team production

213

2006

Appointment availability after increases in Medicaid payments for primary care

193

2015

A general model of the impact of absenteeism on employers and employees

189

2002

Valuing reductions in on‐the‐job illness:‘presenteeism’from managerial and economic perspectives

186

2008

Nursing shortages and international nurse migration

175

2005

Morbidity and mortality of colorectal carcinoma surgery differs by insurance status

163

2004

Changing consequences of job separation in the United States

160

1999

Factors affecting decisions to seek treatment for sick children in Kerala, India

158

2003

Internet-delivered treatment for substance abuse: a multisite randomized controlled trial

155

2014

Self-medication and health insurance coverage in Mexico

146

2006

Health Care Consolidation Poses Hazards 'to Health Equity and Larger Health System Goals,' Authors Caution in NEJM Article

Private equity purchases of physician practices may lead to operational improvements and enhanced efficiency that would benefit patients. At the same time, it might harm them by reducing competition and bringing higher prices or lower-quality services, write Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Daniel Polsky of Johns Hopkins University and Assistant Professor Jane Zhu of the Oregon Health and Sciences University, in their commentary titled “Private Equity and Physician Medical Practices – Navigating a Changing Ecosystem.”
17-Mar-2021 12:05:52 PM EDT

Johns Hopkins to Hold Panel Discussion on COVID-19 Vaccine: From Discovery to Delivery

The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and the Hopkins Business of Health Initiative on January 25, 2021, will present a panel discussion on the COVID-19 vaccine from discovery to manufacturing to delivery.
04-Jan-2021 12:25:50 PM EST

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