Research (by method)

I use various methodologies in my research to achieve my results. Several samples of the methods I use are listed below.

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Research Type

Quantitative Methodologies

The Effect of Price Information on the Ordering of Images and Procedures; Randomized trial

Displaying Paid Price Information on Imaging Study and Procedure Ordering Rates; Randomized trial

Parity and Out-of-Pocket Spending for Children with High Mental Health or Substance Abuse Expenditures; Differences-in-differences

Massachusetts Health Reform and Access for Children with Special Health Care Needs; Differences-in-differences

Two-Year Impact of the Alternative Quality Contract on Pediatric Health Care Quality and Spending; Differences-in-differences

Qualitative Methodologies

Qualitative Insights into how Pediatric Pay-for-Performance Programs are Being Designed; Cross-sectional interviews

Development of the Children With Disabilities Algorithm; Cross-sectional study

Quality of Primary Care for Children With Disabilities Enrolled in Medicaid; Cross-sectional study

How Primary Care Physicians Integrate Price Information into Clinical Decision-Making;  Cross-sectional study