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2021

2021

  • Bellass S, Lister J, Kitchen C, Kramer L, Alderson S, Doran T et al (includes Jacobs R). Living with diabetes alongside a severe mental illness: a qualitative exploration with people with severe mental illness, family members and healthcare staff. Diabetic Medicine 2021; doi: 10.1111/dme. 14562. Download from Wiley
  • Bosa I, Castelli A, Castelli M, Ciani O, Compagni A, Galizzi M et al. Response to COVID-19: Was Italy (un)prepared? Health Economics, Policy and Law 2021;doi:10.1017/S1744133121000141. Download from Cambridge University Press
  • Costa E, Santos R, Barros PP. The financial sustainability of the Portuguese health system. In Baltagi BH, Moscone F (eds). The Sustainability of Health Care Systems in Europe. Vol.295. Emerald 2021:p209-229.
  • Dalfen A, Wasserman L, Benipal PK, Lawson A, Young B, de Oliveira C et al. Virtual psychiatric care for perinatal depression (Virtual-PND): A pilot randomized controlled trial. Journal of Affective Disorders Reports 2021;4:100085. Download from Science Direct site
  • Greene W, Harris M, Knott R, Rice N. Specification and testing of hierarchical ordered response models with anchoring vignettes. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society) 2021 184(1):31-64. Download from Wiley online    
  • Han L, Doran T, Holt R, Hewitt C, Jacobs R, Prady S et al. The impact of severe mental illness on healthcare use and health outcomes for people with type 2 diabetes. British Journal of General Practice 2021; doi:10.3399/BJGP.2020.0884. Download from British Journal of General Practice
  • Iragorri N, de Oliveira C, Fitzgerald N, Essue B. The out‐of‐pocket cost burden of cancer care - A systematic literature review. Current Oncology 2021;28(2):1216-1248. Download from MDPI  
  • Jacob N, Munford L, Rice N, Roberts J. Does commuting mode choice impact health? Health Economics 2021;30(2):207-230. Download from Wiley
  • Kasteridis PMason A, Street A. Evaluating integrated care for people with complex needs. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 2021;26(1):46-53. Download from Sagepub
  • Kurdyak P, Mallia E, de Oliveira C, Carvalho A, Kozloff N, Zaheer J et al. Mortality after the first diagnosis of schizophrenia-spectrum disorders: a population-based retrospective cohort study. Schizophrenia bulletin 2021;doi:10.1093/schbul/sbaa180. Download from Oxford University Press site 
  • Lebenbaum M, Laporte A, de Oliveira C. The effect of mental health on social capital: An instrumental variable analysis. Social Science & Medicine 2021;272:113693. Download from the Science Direct site 
  • Liu D, Pace ML, Goddard MJacobs R, Wittenberg R, Mason AR. Investigating the relationship between social care supply and healthcare utilisation by older people in England: social care supply and health care utilisation. Health Economics 2021;30(1):26-54. Download from Wiley
  • Maddison P, Castelli A, Tiffin P. Unravelling the mental health productivity puzzle: where do we start? The British Journal of Psychiatry 2021;218(4):182-184. Download from Cambridge
  • Minian N, Ahad S, Ivanova A, Veldhuizen S et al (includes de Oliveira C). The effectiveness of generic emails versus a remote knowledge broker to integrate mood management into a smoking cessation program in team based primary care: A cluster randomized trial. Implementation Science 2021;16:30. Download from Bio Med Central 
  • Reid N, Mason J, Kurdyak P, Nisenbaum R, de Oliveira C et al. Evaluating the impact of a critical time intervention adaptation on health care utilization among homeless adults with mental health needs in a large urban center. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 2021;doi:10.1177/0706743721996114. Download from Sage Journals   
  • Rice NAragón MJ. Publicly funded hospital care: expenditure growth and its determinants. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 177 (PDF , 407kb) 2021.
  • Serhal E, Iwajomo T, de Oliveira C, Crawford A, Kurdyak P. Characterizing family physicians who refer to telepsychiatry in Ontario. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 2021;66(1):25-33. Download from Sagepub
  • Stokes J, Guthrie B, Mercer SW, Rice N, Sutton M. Multimorbidity combinations, costs of hospital care and potentially preventable emergency admissions in England: A cohort study. Plos Medicine 2021;18(1):e1003514. Download from Plos Journals site

2020

  • Abramovich A, de Oliveira C, Kiran T, Iwajomo T, Ross LE, Kurdyak P. Assessment of health conditions and health service use among transgender patients in Canada. JAMA Network Open 2020;3(8):e2015036. Download from Jamanet
  • Barry R, Rehm J, de Oliveira C, Gozdyra P, Kurdyak P. Rurality and risk of suicide attempts and death by suicide among people living in four English-speaking high-income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 2020 Jan 29;65(7):441-447. Download from Sagepub
  • Biswas A, Dobson KG, Gignac MAM, de Oliveira C, Smith PM. Changes in work factors and concurrent changes in leisure time physical activity: A 12-year longitudinal analysis. Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2020;77(5):309-315. Download from BMJ
  • Bryan M, Rice N, Roberts J, Sechel C. Mental health and employment: A bounding approach using panel data. Sheffield Economic Research Paper Series 2020;0006. Download from University of Sheffield 
  • Castelli AChalkley MGaughan JRodriguez Santana I. Productivity of the English National Health Service: 2017/18 update. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 171 (PDF , 4,656kb) 2020.
  • Chalkley M, Mirelman A, Siciliani L, Suhrcke M. Paying for performance for health care in low- and middle-income countries: An economic perspective. In Revill P, Suhrcke M, Moreno-Serra R, Sculpher M, editors. Global Health Economics - Shaping Healthcare Policy in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd 2020; Chapter 6; pp157-190. Download from worldscibooks
  • Chan K, Nam S, Evans B, de Oliveira C, Chambers A, Gavura S et al. Developing a framework to incorporate real-world evidence in cancer drug funding decisions: The Canadian Real-world Evidence for Value of Cancer Drugs (CanREValue) collaboration. BMJ Open 2020;10(1):e032884. Download from BMJ
  • Corbacho Martín B, Drummond MSantos R, Jones E et al. Does the use of health technology assessment have an impact on the utilisation of health care resources? Evidence from two European countries. The European Journal of Health Economics 2020;21(4):621-634. Download from Springer
  • Cylus J, Smith PC. The economy of wellbeing: What is it and what are the implications for health? BMJ 2020;369:m1874. Download from BMJ
  • de Oliveira C, Cheng J, Chan K, Earle CC, Krahn M, Mittmann N. High-cost patients and preventable spending: A population-based study. JNCCN Journal of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network 2020;18(1):23-31. Download from JNCCN
  • de Oliveira C, Cho E, Kavelaars RA, Jamieson M, Bao B, Rehm J. Economic analyses of mental health and substance use interventions in the workplace: a systematic literature review and narrative synthesis. The Lancet Psychiatry 2020;7(10):893-910. Download from ScienceDirect
  • de Oliveira C, Iwajomo T, Gomes T, Kurdyak P. The role of the medical school training on physician opioid prescribing practices: Evidence from Ontario, Canada. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 2020;65(10):710-720. Download from Sage
  • de Oliveira C, Mason J, Kurdyak P. Characteristics of patients with mental illness and persistent high-cost status: a population-based analysis. CMAJ 2020;192(50):e1793-e1801. Download from CMAJ
  • Di Novi C, Jacobs R, Migheli M. Smoking inequality across genders and socio-economic positions. Evidence from Italian data. Journal of Bioeconomics 2020;22(3):177-203. Download from Springer
  • Essue BM, Iragorri N, Fitzgerald N, de Oliveira C. The psychosocial cost burden of cancer: A systematic literature review. Psycho-Oncology 2020;29(11):1746-1760. Download from Wiley
  • Gaughan JKasteridis PMason A, Street A. Why are there long waits at English emergency departments? European Journal of Health Economics 2020;21(2):209-218. Download from Springer
  • Gaughan J, Siciliani L, Gravelle H, Moscelli G. Do small hospitals have lower quality? Evidence from the English NHS. Social Science & Medicine 2020;265:113500. Download from ScienceDirect
  • Gravelle H, Schroyen F. Optimal hospital payment rules under rationing by waiting. Journal of Health Economics 2020;70:102277. Download from Science Direct
  • Gutacker NPatton T, Shah K, Parkin D. Using EQ-5D data to measure hospital performance: Are general population values distorting patients' choices? Medical Decision Making 2020;40(4):511-521. Download from Sagepub
  • Harris M, Knott R, Lorgelly P, Rice N. Using externally collected vignettes to account for reporting heterogeneity in survey self-assessment. Economics Letters 2020;194:109325. Download from Sciencedirect
  • Iragorri N, de Oliveira C, Fitzgerald N, Essue B. The indirect cost burden of cancer care in Canada: A systematic literature review. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy 2020;doi:10.1007/s40258-020-00619-z. Download from Springer
  • Iwajomo T, Bondy S, de Oliveira C, Colton P, Trottier K, Kurdyak P. Excess mortality associated with eating disorders: a population-based cohort study. British Journal of Psychiatry 2020;doi:10.1192/bjp.2020.197. Download from Cambridge
  • Jacobs R, Aylott L, Dare C, Doran T, Gilbody S, Goddard M, Gravelle H, Gutacker N, Kasteridis P, Kendrick T, Mason A, Rice N, Ride J, Siddiqi N, Williams R. The association between primary care quality and health-care use, costs and outcomes for people with serious mental illness: A retrospective observational study. NIHR HS&DR Journal 2020;8(25):pp158. Download from NIHR
  • Kasteridis PMason A, Street A. Evaluating integrated care for people with complex needs. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 2020;doi:10.1177/1355819620931872. Download from Sagepub
  • Kozloff N, Foussias G, Durbin J, et al (includes de Oliveira C). Early Psychosis Intervention-Spreading Evidence-based Treatment (EPI-SET): Protocol for an effectiveness-implementation study of a structured model of care for psychosis in youth and emerging adults. BMJ Open 2020;10(6):e034280. Download from BMJ
  • Kreutzberg A, Jacobs R. Improving access to services for psychotic patients: does implementing a waiting time target make a difference. European Journal of Health Economics 2020;21(5):703-716. Download from Springer
  • Kurdyak P, Zaheer J, Carvalho A, de Oliveira C, Lebenbaum M, Wilton AS et al. Physician-based availability of psychotherapy in Ontario: a population-based retrospective cohort study. CMAJ Open 2020;8(1):E105-E115. Download from CMAJopen
  • Mahentharan M, Kouyoumdjian FG, de Oliveira C, Iwajomo T, Simpson AIF, Jones R et al. Prevalence and predictors of reincarceration after correctional center release: A population-based comparison of individuals with and without schizophrenia in Ontario, Canada. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 2020;doi:10.1177/0706743720953018. Download from sagepub
  • McBride M, de Oliveira C, Duncan R, Bremner K, Liu N, Greenberg M et al. Comparing childhood cancer care costs in two Canadian provinces. Healthcare Policy 2020;15(3):76-88. Download from Longwoods
  • Meregaglia M, Whittal A, Nicod E, Drummond M. ‘Mapping’ health state utility values from non-preference-based measures: a systematic literature review in rare diseases. Pharmacoeconomics 2020;doi:10.1007/s40273-020-00897-4. Download from Springer
  • Pace ML, Liu D, Goddard M, Jacobs R, Wittenberg R, McGonigal G, Mason A. The relationship between social care resources and healthcare utilisation by older people in England: an exploratory investigation. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 174 (PDF , 2,260kb) 2020.
  • Pentland M, Cohen E, Guttmann A, de Oliveira C. Maximizing the impact of the Canada child benefit: Implications for clinicians and researchers. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health 2020;doi:10.1093/pch/pxaa092. Download from OUP
  • Polillo A, Foussias G, Wong A, Ampofo A, Stergiopoulos V, Anderson K et al (includes de Oliveira C). ED to EPI: Protocol for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial of an SMS (text) messaging intervention to improve the transition from the emergency department to early psychosis intervention for young people with psychosis. BMJ Open 2020;10(12):e042751. Download from BMJ
  • Reckers-Droog V, Federici C, Brouwer W, Drummond M. Challenges with coverage with evidence development schemes for medical devices: A systematic review. Health Policy and Technology 2020;9(2):146-156. Download from ScienceDirect
  • Ride J, Kasteridis PGutacker NAragon MJ, Jacobs R. Healthcare costs for people with serious mental illness in England: an analysis of costs across primary care, hospital care, and specialist mental healthcare. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy 2020;18(2):177-188. Download from Springer
  • Rodriguez Santana I, Anaya Montes M, Chalkley MJacobs R, Kowalski T, Suter J. The impact of extending nurse working hours on staff sickness absence: Evidence from a large mental health hospital in England. International Journal of Nursing Studies 2020;112:103611. Download from Elsevier
  • Rodriguez Santana I, Aragon MJRice NMason A. Trends in and drivers of healthcare expenditure in the English NHS: a retrospective analysis. Health Economics Review 2020;10;20. Download from BMC
  • Santos RRice NGravelle H. Patterns of emergency admissions for ambulatory care sensitive conditions: a spatial cross-sectional analysis of observational data. BMJ Open 2020;10(11):e039910. Download from BMJ
  • Stamboglis N, Jacobs R. Factors associated with patient satisfaction of community mental health services: A multilevel approach. Community Mental Health Journal 2020;56(1):50-64. Download from Springer
  • Sun Z, Guerriere DN, de Oliveira C, Coyte PC. Temporal trends in place of death for end-of-life patients: Evidence from Toronto, Canada. Health and Social Care in the Community 2020;28(5):1807-1816. Download from Wiley
  • Suter J, Kowalski T, Anaya Montes M, Chalkley MJacobs R, Rodriguez Santana I. The impact of moving to a 12 hour shift pattern on employee wellbeing: a qualitative study in an acute mental health setting. International Journal of Nursing Studies 2020;112:103699. Download from Elsevier
  • Wang Y, Castelli A, Cao Q, Liu D. Assessing the design of China's complex health system - Concerns on equity and efficiency. Health Policy OPEN 2020;1:100021. Download from Sciencedirect  
  • Zaheer J, Olfson M, Mallia E, Lam JSH, de Oliveira C, Rudoler D et al. Predictors of suicide at time of diagnosis in schizophrenia spectrum disorder: A 20-year total population study in Ontario, Canada. Schizophrenia Research 2020;222:382-388. Download from Sciencedirect

2019

  • Aragon MJCastelli AChalkley MJ, Gaughan JM. Can productivity growth measures identify best performing hospitals? Evidence from the English NHS. Health Economics 2019;28(3):364-372. Download from Wiley  
  • Atella V, Belotti F, Bojke C, Castelli AGrašič K, et al. How health policy shapes healthcare sector productivity? Evidence from Italy and UK. Health Policy 2019;123(1):27-36. Download from ScienceDirect 
  • Bellass S, Taylor J, Han L, Prady SL, Shiers D, Jacobs R et al. Exploring severe mental illness and diabetes: Protocol for a longitudinal observational and qualitative mixed methods study. JMIR Research Protocols 2019;8(9):e13407. Download from JMIR
  • Castelli AChalkley MGaughan JPace M-LRodriguez Santana I. Productivity of the English National Health Service: 2016/17 update. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 163 (PDF , 3,742kb) 2019.
  • Feng Y, Gravelle H. Details matter: Physician responses to multiple payments for the same activity. Social Science and Medicine 2019;234:112343. Download from Elsevier
  • Gaughan JGutacker N, Grasic KKreif N, Siciliani L, Street A. Paying for efficiency: Incentivising same-day discharge in the English NHS. Journal of Health Economics 2019; 68:102226. Download from Elsevier
  • Gravelle HLiu D, Propper C, Santos R. Spatial competition and quality: Evidence from the English family doctor market. Journal of Health Economics 2019;68:102249. Download from Elsevier
  • Gutacker N, Bloor KE, Bojke C, Archer J, Walshe K. Does regulation increase the rate at which doctors leave practice? Analysis of routine hospital data in the English NHS following the introduction of medical revalidation. BMC Medicine 2019;17:33. Download from BMC
  • Gutacker N, Street A. Calls for routine collection of patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) are getting louder. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 2019;24(1):1-2. Download from Sage
  • Jacob N, Munford L, Rice N, Roberts J. The disutility of commuting? The effect of gender and local labor markets. Regional Science and Urban Economics 2019:77:264-275. Download from Elsevier  
  • Jacobs RChalkley M, Böhnke JR, Clark M, Moran V, Aragón MJ. Measuring the activity of mental health services in England: Variation in categorising activity for payment purposes. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research 2019;46(6):847-857. Download from Springer
  • Jakab M, Smith PC. Cross-sectoral policies to address non-communicable diseases. In Isaranuwatchia W, Archer RA, Teerawattananon Y, Culyer AJ (eds). Non-Communicable Disease Prevention: Best Buys, Wasted Buys and Contestable Buys. Cambridge UK: Open Book Publishers, 2019. CH8;P:129-145.
  • Jones A, Rice N, Zantomio F. Acute health shocks and labour market outcomes: Evidence from the post crash era. Economics and Human Biology 2019;36:100811. Download from Elsevier
  • Kasteridis PLiu DMason AGoddard MJacobs R, Wittenberg R, Howdon D. The impact of primary care incentive schemes on care home placements for people with dementia. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 164 (PDF , 2,366kb) 2019.
  • Kasteridis P, Ride J, Gutacker N, Aylott L, Dare C, Doran T, Gilbody S, Goddard MGravelle H, Kendrick T, Mason ARice N, Siddiqi N, Williams R, Jacobs R. Association between antipsychotic polypharmacy and outcomes for people with serious mental illness in England. Psychiatric Services 2019;70(8):650-656. Download from Psychiatryonline
  • L’Esperance V, Gravelle H, Schofield P, Santos R, Ashworth M. Relationship between general practice capitation funding and the quality of primary care in England: a cross-sectional, 3-year study. BMJ Open 2019;9(11);e030624. Download from BMJ
  • Liu D, Green E, Kasteridis PGoddard MJacobs R, Wittenberg R, Mason A. Incentive schemes to increase dementia diagnoses in primary care in England: a retrospective cohort study of unintended consequences. British Journal of General Practice 2019;69 (680):e154-e163. Download from BJGP
  • Liu DMason A, Marks L, Davis H, Hunter DJ, Jehu LM, Smithson J, Visram S. Effects of local authority expenditure on childhood obesity. European Journal of Public Health 2019;29(4):785-790. Download from OUP
  • Longo F, Siciliani L, Moscelli G, Gravelle H. Does hospital competition improve efficiency? The effect of the patient choice reform in England. Health Economics 2019;28(5):618-640. Download from Wiley
  • Longo F, Siciliani L, Street AD. Are costs differences between specialist and general hospitals compensated by the prospective payment system? European Journal of Health Economics 2019;20(1):7-26. Download from Springer
  • Mason A. Effectiveness of respite care for caregivers of older adults. In: Gu D, Dupre ME (eds). Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging. Springer, Cham, Switzerland 2019. 
  • Mason ARodriguez Santana IAragón MJ, Rice NChalkley M, Wittenberg R, Fernandez J-L. Drivers of health care expenditure: Final report. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 168 (PDF , 1,811kb) 2019.
  • Moscelli G, Gravelle H, Siciliani L. Effects of market structure and patient choice on hospital quality for planned patients. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 162 (PDF , 3,265kb) 2019.
  • Moscelli G, Jacobs RGutacker N, Aragon MJMChalkley MJMason A, Bohnke J. Prospective payment systems and discretionary coding - Evidence from English mental health providers. Health Economics 2019;28(3):387-402. Download from Wiley
  • Rachet-Jacquet LGutacker N, Siciliani L. The causal effect of hospital volume on health gains from hip replacement surgery. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;‌ 2019.
  • Ride J, Kasteridis PGutacker N, Doran T, Rice NGravelle H, Kendrick T, Mason AGoddard M, Siddiqi N, Gilbody S, Williams R, Aylott L, Dare C, Jacobs R. et al. Impact of family practice continuity of care on unplanned hospital use for people with serious mental illness. Health Services Research 2019;54(6):1316-1325. Download from Wiley
  • Youn J-H, Stevenson M, Thokala P, Payne K, Goddard M. Modelling the economic impact of interventions for older populations with multimorbidity: A method of linking multiple single-disease models. Medical Decision Making 2019;39(7):842-856. Download from Sage

2018 - 2017

2018

  • Aragon MJChalkley MJ. How do time trends in inhospital mortality compare? A retrospective study of England and Scotland over 17 years using administrative data. BMJ Open 2018;8(2):e107195. Download from BMJ
  • Baltagi BH, Moscone F, Santos R. Spatial health econometrics. In Baltagi BH, Moscone F (eds). Health Econometrics Contributions to Economic Analysis: Volume 294. Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2018;13.
  • Bloor K, Goddard M. Public spending must improve health, not just healthcare. BMJ 2018;363:k4673. Download from BMJ 
  • Bojke C, Castelli AGrašič KMason A, Street A. Accounting for the quality of NHS output. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 153 (PDF , 2,261kb)‌ 2018.
  • Bojke C, Grasic K, Street A. How should hospital reimbursement be refined to support concentration of complex care services? Health Economics 2018;27(1):e26-e38. Download from Wiley
  • Castelli AChalkley MRodriguez Santana I. Productivity of the English National Health Service: 2015/16 update. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 152 (PDF , 3,099kb)‌ 2018.
  • Chalkley MJ. Incentives and performance of health care professionals. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Economics and Finance Aug 2018;doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190625979.013.264. Download from Oxfordre.com
  • Chalkley M, Listl S. First do no harm – The impact of financial incentives on dental x-rays. Journal of Health Economics 2018;58:1-9. Download from Elsevier
  • Dusheiko MA, Gravelle HSE. Choosing and booking – and attending? Impact of an electronic booking system on outpatient referrals and non-attendances. Health Economics 201827(2):357-371. Download from Wiley 
  • Gaughan JGutacker NGrasic KKreif N, Siciliani L, Street A. Paying for efficiency: Incentivising same-day discharges in the English NHS. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 157 (PDF , 2,139kb) 2018.
  • Goddard M, Bloor K. Alan Maynard: A sceptical economist and his view of health care and health policy. Political Quarterly 2018;89(4):714-718. Download from Wiley
  • Gravelle HLiu D, Propper C, Santos R. Spatial competition and quality: evidence from the English family doctor market. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 151 (PDF , 2,189kb) 2018.
  • Gutacker N, Bloor KE, Bojke C, Walshe K. Should interventions to reduce variation in care quality target doctors or hospitals? Health Policy 2018;122(6):660-666. Download from ScienceDirect
  • Gutacker NStreet A. Multidimensional performance assessment of public sector organisations using dominance criteria. Health Economics 2018;27(2):e13-e27. Download from Wiley   
  • Howdon D, Rice N. Health care expenditures, age, proximity to death and morbidity: implications for an ageing population. Journal of Health Economics 2018;57:60-74. Download from ScienceDirect
  • Jacobs RChalkley MAragon MJ, Böhnke JR, Clark M, Moran V. Funding approaches for mental health services: Is there still a role for clustering? BJPsych Advances 2018;24(6):412-421. Download from Cambridge UP
  • Jehu L, Visram S, Marks L, Hunter D, Davis H, Mason A, Liu D, Smithson J. Directors of public health as “a protected species”: qualitative study of the changing role of public health professionals in England following the 2013 reforms. Journal of Public Health 2018;40(3):e203-e210. Download from OUP
  • Mason ALiu DKasteridis PGoddard MJacobs R, Wittenberg R, McGonigal G. Investigating the impact of primary care payments on underdiagnosis in dementia: A difference-in-differences analysis. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2018;33(8):1090-1097. Download from Wiley
  • Mason ALiu D, Marks L, Davis H, Hunter D, Jehu L et al. Local authority commissioning of NHS Health Checks: A regression analysis of the first three years. Health Policy 2018;122(9):1035-1042. Download from Sciencedirect
  • Moran V, Jacobs R. Investigating the relationship between costs and outcomes for English mental health providers: a bi-variate multi-level regression analysis. The European Journal of Health Economics 2018;19(5):709-718. Download from Springer
  • Morton K, Voss S, Adamson J, Baxter H, Bloor KE, Brandling J, Cowlishaw S, Doran T, Gibson A, Gutacker N, Liu D, et al. General practitioners and emergency departments (GPED): Efficient models of care. A mixed-methods study protocol. BMJ Open 2018;8(10):e024012. Download from BMJ
  • Moscelli G, Gravelle H, Siciliani L, Gutacker N. The effect of hospital ownership on quality of care: evidence from England. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 2018;153:322-344. Download from ScienceDirect
  • Moscelli G, Siciliani L, Gutacker NCookson R. Socioeconomic inequality of access to healthcare: Does choice explain the gradient? Journal of Health Economics 2018;57:290-314. Download from Sciencedirect
  • O'Hara JK, Grasic KGutacker N, Street A et al. Identifying positive deviants in healthcare quality and safety: a mixed methods study. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 2018;111(8):276-291. Download from Sage journals
  • Reichert AJacobs R. Socioeconomic inequalities in duration of untreated psychosis: Evidence from administrative data in England. Psychological Medicine 2018;48(5):822-833. Download from Cambridge UP
  • Reichert AJacobs R. The impact of waiting time on patient outcomes: Evidence from early intervention in psychosis services in England. Health Economics 2018;27(11):1772-1787. Download from Wiley
  • Rice N, Aragón MJ. The determinants of health care expenditure growth. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 156 (PDF , 1,892kb) 2018.
  • Ride J. Setting the boundaries for economic evaluation: investigating time horizon and family effects in the case of postnatal depression. Value in Health 2018;21(5):573-580. Download from Value in Health
  • Ride JKasteridis P, Gutacker N, et al. Do care plans and annual reviews of physical health influence unplanned hospital utilisation for people with serious mental illness? Analysis of linked longitudinal primary and secondary healthcare records in England. BMJ Open 2018;8(11):e023135. Download from BMJ
  • Swami M, Gravelle H, Scott A, Williams J. Hours worked by General Practitioners and waiting times for Primary Care. Health Economics 2018;27(10):1513-1532. Download from Wiley
  • Tosetti E, Santos R, Moscone F, Arbia G. The spatial dimension of health systems. In: Econometrics, Experimental and Quantitative Methods, Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Economics and Policy. Oxford Research Encyclopedia, Economics and Finance 2018;30p. 
  • Verzulli R, Jacobs RGoddard M. Autonomy and performance in the public sector: The experience of English NHS hospitals. European Journal of Health Economics 2018;19(4):607-626. Download from Springer 
  • Yong J, Scott A, Gravelle H, Sivey P, McGrail M. Do rural incentives payments affect entries and exits of general practitioners? Social Science and Medicine 2018;214:197-205. Download from Sciencedirect

2017

  • Alguera-Lara V, Dowsey MM, Ride J, Kinder S, Castle D. Shared decision making in mental health: the importance for current clinical practice. Australasian Psychiatry: Bulletin of Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists 2017;25(6):578-582. Download from Sage
  • Al Quait A, Doherty P, Gutacker N, Mills J. In the modern era of percutaneous coronary intervention: Is cardiac rehabilitation engagement purely a patient or a service level decision? European Journal of Preventive Cardiology 2017;24(13):1351-1357. Download from Sage 
  • Aragon MJCastelli AGaughan J. Hospital Trusts productivity in the English NHS: uncovering possible drivers of productivity variations. PloS One 2017;12(8):e0182253. Download from plosone
  • Aragón MJChalkley MGoddard M. Defining and measuring unmet need to guide healthcare funding: identifying and filling the gaps. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 141 (PDF , 1,502kb) 2017.
  • Bojke C, Castelli A, Grašič K, Howdon D, Rodriguez Santana I, Street A. Productivity of the English NHS: 2014/15 update. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 146 (PDF , 3,322kb) 2017.
  • Bojke C, Castelli AGrasic KStreet AD. Productivity growth in the English National Health Service from 1998/1999 to 2013/2014. Health Economics 2017;26(5):547-565.
  • Chalkley M, Listl S. First do no harm – The impact of financial incentives on dental x-rays. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 143 (PDF , 1,152kb) 2017.
  • Chalkley MJ, McCormick B, Anderson R, Aragon MJ, Nessa N, Nicodemo C, Redding S, Wittenberg R. Elective hospital admissions: secondary data analysis and modelling with an emphasis on policies to moderate growth. Health Services and Delivery Research 2017;5(7). Download from NIHR
  • Chalkley M, Siciliani L, Gravelle H. Policies towards hospital and GP competition in five European countries. Health Policy 2017;121(2):103-110. Download from Elsevier
  • French EB, McCauley J, Aragon M, Bakx P, Chalkley M, et al., Rice N, Skinner JS, van Doorslaer E, Ziebarth NR, Kelly E. End-of-life medical spending in last twelve months of life is lower than previously reported. Health Affairs 2017;36(7):1211-1217. Download from Health Affairs
  • Gaughan JM, Gravelle HSESantos R, Siciliani L. Long-term care provision, hospital bed blocking, and discharge destination for hip fracture and stroke patients. International Journal of Health Economics and Management 2017;17(3):311-331. Download from Springer
  • Gaughan JGravelle H, Siciliani L. Delayed discharges and hospital type: Evidence from the English NHS. Fiscal Studies 2017;38(3):495-519. Download from Wiley
  • Goddard MMason A. Integrated  care: A pill for all ills? International Journal of Health Policy and Management 2017;6(1):1-3. Download from IJHPM
  • Gutacker N, Bloor K, Cookson R, Gale CP, Maynard A, Pagano D, Pomar J, Bernal-Delgado E. Hospital surgical volumes and mortality after coronary artery bypass grafting: using international comparisons to determine a safe threshold. Health Services Research 2017;52(2):863-878. Download from Wiley
  • Gutacker NStreet A. Use of large scale HRQoL datasets to generate individualised predictions and inform patients about the likely benefit of surgery. Quality of Life Research 2017;26(9):2497-2505. Download from Springer
  • Kronenberg C, Doran T, Goddard M, Kendrick T, Gilbody S, Dare C, Aylott L, Jacobs R. Identifying primary care quality indicators for people with serious mental illness: a systematic review. British Journal of General Practice 2017;67(661):e519-e530. Download from BJGP 
  • Kronenberg C, Jacobs R, Zucchelli E. The impact of the UK National Minimum Wage on mental health. SSM - Population Health 2017;3:749-755. Download from ScienceDirect
  • Li Y, Wang JL, Zhang XC, Liu D, Shi WH, Liang XF, Wu J. Effectiveness of adherence to standardized hypertension management by primary health care workers in China: a cross-sectional survey 3 years after the healthcare reform. Biomedical and Environmental Sciences 2016;29(12):915-921. Download from BES
  • Longo F, Siciliani L, Gravelle HSantos R. Do hospitals respond to rivals’ quality and efficiency? a spatial econometrics approach. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 144 (PDF , 1,782kb) 2017.
  • Longo F, Siciliani L, Gravelle HSantos R. Do hospitals respond to rivals’ quality and efficiency? A spatial panel econometric analysis. Health Economics 2017;26(S2);38-62. Download from Wiley 
  • Longo F, Siciliani L, Moscelli G, Gravelle H. Does hospital competition improve efficiency? The effect of the patient choice reform in England. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 149 (PDF , 1,874kb) 2017.
  • Mannion R, Davies HTO, Jacobs RKasteridis P, Millar R, Freeman T. Do hospital boards matter for better, safer, patient care? Social Science & Medicine 2017;177:278-287. Download from Elsevier
  • Moran V, Jacobs R. Costs and performance of English mental health providers. The Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics 2017;20(2):83-94. Download from ICMPE
  • Moran V, Jacobs RMason A. Variations in performance of mental health providers in the English NHS: An analysis of the relationship between readmission rates and length-of-stay. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research 2017;44(2):188-200. Erratum;44(2):201-202. 
  • Moscelli GGravelle H, Siciliani L, Gutacker N. The effect of hospital ownership on quality of care: evidence from England. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 145 (PDF , 1,826kb) 2017.
  • Rodriguez Santana IChalkley M. Getting the right balance? A mixed logit analysis of the relationship between UK training doctors' characteristics and their specialties using the 2013 National Training Survey. BMJ Open 2017;7(8):e015219. Download from BMJ
  • Santos RGravelle H, Propper C. Does quality affect patients’ choice of doctor? Evidence from England. The Economic Journal 2017;127(600):445-494. Download from Wiley

2016 - 2015

2016

  • Aragón MJA, Castelli A, Chalkley M, Gaughan J. Hospital productivity growth in the English NHS 2008/09 to 2013/14.  Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 138 (PDF , 2,652kb)‌ 2016. 
  • Asaria MAli S, Doran T, Ferguson B, Fleetcroft R, Goddard M, Goldblatt P, Laudicella M, Raine R, Cookson R. How a universal health system reduces inequalities – Lessons from England. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2016;70:637-643. Download from BMJ
  • Asaria MGrasic KWalker S. Using linked electronic health records to estimate healthcare costs: key challenges and opportunities. PharmacoEconomics 2016;34(2):155-160.
  • Bojke CCastelli AGrašič KHowdon DStreet A. Productivity of the English NHS: 2013/14 Update. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 126 (PDF , 3,087kb)‌ 2016.
  • Bojke CCastelli AGrasic KHowdon DStreet A. Did NHS productivity increase under the Coalition government? In Exworthy M, Mannion R, Powell M. (eds) Dismantling the NHS: Evaluating the Impact of Health Reforms. Bristol (UK);Policy Press 2016:p65-86.
  • Cookson RAsaria MAli S, Ferguson B, Fleetcroft R, Goddard M, Goldblatt P, Laudicella M, Raine R. Health equity indicators for the English NHS: a longitudinal whole-population study at the small-area level. Health Services and Delivery Research 2016;4(26). 
  • Cookson R, Asaria M, Ali S, Ferguson B, Fleetcroft R, Goddard M, Goldblatt P, Laudicella M, Raine R. Health equity indicators for the English NHS. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 124 (PDF  , 11,583kb) 2016.
  • Cookson RA, Propper C, Asaria M, Raine R. Socio-economic inequalities in health care in England. Fiscal Studies 2016:37(3-4):371-403. Download from Wiley
  • Dalton J, Chambers D, Harden M, Street A, Parker G, Eastwood A. Service user engagement and health service reconfiguration: a rapid evidence synthesis. Journal of  Health Services Research & Policy 2016;21(3):195-205. Download from sagepub
  • Davis H, Marks L, Jehu L, Virsram S, Hunter DJ, Liu D, Mason A, Melvin K, Smithson J. Commissioning public health services: the impact of the health reforms on access, health inequalities and innovation in service provision: An innovation framework for public health commissioning. Durham University2016 Report 6 Sept;pp1-90. 
  • Fischera E, Gravelle H, Pezzino M, Sutton M. Quality target negotiation in health care: evidence from the English NHS. European Journal of Health Economics 2016;17(7):811-822.
  • Gaughan JGravelle H, Siciliani L. Delayed discharges and hospital type: evidence from the English NHS. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 133 (PDF , 1,710kb)‌ 2016.
  • Goddard MKasteridis P, Jacobs R, Santos RMason A. Bridging the gap: the impact of quality of primary care on duration of hospital stay for people with dementia. Journal of Integrated Care 2016;24(1):15-25. Download from Emerald Insight
  • Goddard MMason A. Integrated  care: A pill for all ills?. International Journal of Health Policy and Management 2016;doi:10.15171/ijhpm.2016.111. 
  • Gomes M, Gutacker N, Bojke C, Street AAddressing missing data in Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs): implications for the use of PROMs for comparing provider performance. Health Economics 2016;25(5):515-528. Download from Wiley
  • Gravelle H, Schroyen F. Optimal hospital payment rules under rationing by random waiting. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 130 (PDF , 2,013kb) 2016.
  • Gravelle H, Scott A, Sivey P, Yong J. Competition, prices and quality in the market for physician consultations. Journal of Industrial Economics 2016;64(1):135-169. 
  • Gutacker N, Siciliani L, Cookson R. Waiting time prioritisation: Evidence from England. Social Science & Medicine 2016;159;140-151.
  • Gutacker N, Siciliani L, Moscelli GGravelle H. Choice of hospital: which type of quality matters? Journal of Health Economics 2016;50:230-246. 
  • Hall M, Laut K, Dondo TB, Alabas OA, Brogan RA, Gutacker NCookson R, Norman P, Timmis A, de Belder M, Ludman P F, Gale CP. Patient and hospital determinants of primary percutaneous coronary intervention in England, 2003-13. Heart 2016;102(4):313-319.
  • Jacobs RChalkley MAragón MJ, Böhnke JR, Clark M, Moran V, Gilbody S. Funding of mental health services: Do available data support episodic payment? Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 137 (PDF , 3,043kb)‌ 2016.‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌
  • Kasteridis PMason AGoddard MJacobs RSantos R, Rodriguez-Sanchez B, McGonigal G. Risk of care home placement following acute hospital admission: Effects of a pay-for-performance scheme for dementia. PLoS ONE 2016;11(5):e0155850. Download from plosone Dementia Plos one lay summary (PDF , 358kb)
  • Marks L, Jehu L, Visram S, Melvin K, Davis H, Hunter D, Liu DMason A, Smithson J. Commissioning public health services: the impact of the health reforms on access, health inequalities and innovation in service provision: Results from first phase fieldwork in ten case study sites across England. Durham University 2016 Report 5 October;pp1-107. 
  • Marks L, Mason ALiu D, Taylor C, Virsram S, Davis H, Hunter D, Smithson J. Commissioning public health services: the impact of the health reforms on access, health inequalities and innovation in service provision: Results of a national survey of Directors of Public Health and Clinical Commissioning Group members of Health and Wellbeing Boards. Durham University 2016 report 4 Jun;pp1-55
  • Marks L, Visram S, Brown S, Davis H, Hunter DJ, Liu D, Mason A, Smithson J, Taylor C. Commissioning public health services: the impact of the health reforms on access, health inequalities and innovation in service provision: Views of national stakeholders. Durham University 2016 report 1 Feb;pp1-36.
  • Martin S, Street A, Han L, Hutton J. Have hospital readmissions increased in the face of reductions in length of stay? Evidence from England. Health Policy 2016;120(1):89-99. Download from ScienceDirect 
  • Mason ALiu D, Marks L, Davis H, Hunter DJ, Smithson J, Taylor C, Visram S. Commissioning public health services: the impact of the health reforms on access, health inequalities and innovation in service provision: The Public Health Budget. Durham University 2016 report 2 Feb;pp1-95.
  • Moscelli GGravelle H, Siciliani L. Market structure, patient choice and hospital quality for elective patients. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 139 (PDF , 2,039kb)‌ 2016.
  • Moscelli G, Siciliani L, Gutacker NGravelle H. Location, quality and choice of hospital: Evidence from England 2002/3-2012/13. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 123 (PDF , 3,144kb) 2016.
  • Moscelli G, Siciliani L, Gutacker NGravelle H. Location, quality and choice of hospital: Evidence from England 2002–2013. Regional Science and Urban Economics 2016;60:112-124. Download from Elsevier
  • Moscelli G, Siciliani L, Tonei V. Do waiting times affect health outcomes?: Evidence from coronary bypass. Social Science and Medicine 2016;161:151-159. Download from ScienceDirect
  • Obure CD, Jacobs R, Guinness L, Mayhew S, Vassall A. Does integration of HIV and sexual and reproductive health services improve technical efficiency in Kenya and Swaziland? An application of a two-stage semi parametric approach incorporating quality measures. Social Science & Medicine 2016;151:147-156. Download from ScienceDirect
  • Puig-Peiro R, Mason A, Mestre-Ferrandiz J, Towse A, McGrath C, Jonsson B. Relative effectiveness in breast cancer treatment: A health production approach. International Journal of Health Technology Assessment 2016;31(6):371-379.
  • Rodgers M, Dalton J, Harden M, Street A, Parker G, Eastwood A. Integrated care to address the physical health needs of people with severe mental illness: a rapid review. Health Services and Delivery Research 2016;4(13). Download from NIHR  
  • Rodgers M, Thomas S, Harden M, Parker G, Street A, Eastwood A. Developing a methodological framework for organisational case studies: a rapid review and consensus development process. Health Services and Delivery Research 2016;4(1). Download from NIHR
  • Russell H, Street A, Ho V. How well do all patient refined–diagnosis-related groups explain costs of pediatric cancer chemotherapy admissions in the United States? Journal of Oncology Practice 2016;12(5):e564-e575. Download from ascopubs
  • Taylor C, Marks L, Smithson J, Davis H, Hunter DJ, Liu D, Mason A, Visram S. Commissioning public health services: the impact of the health reforms on access, health inequalities and innovation in service provision: National surveys. Durham University 2016 report 3 Jun;pp1-55. 
  • Towse A, Jonsson B, McGrath C, Mason A, Puig-Peiro R, Mestre-Ferrandiz J, Pistollato M, Devlin N. Understanding variations in relative effectiveness: A health production approach. International Journal of Health Technology Assessment 2016;31(6):363-370. 

2015

  • Aragon MJACastelli AGaughan J. Hospital trusts productivity in the English NHS: uncovering possible drivers of productivity variations. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 117 (PDF , 1,991kb)‌ 2015. Total factor productivity (MS Excel , 50kb) Labour productivity (MS Excel , 47kb)
  • Ball K, Lamb KE, Costa C, Cutumisu N, Ellaway A, Kamphuis KBM, Mentz G, Pearce J, Santana P, Santos R, Schulz AJ, Spence JC, Thornton LE, van Lenthe F, Zenk SN. Neighbourhood socioeconomic disadvantage and fruit and vegetable consumption: a seven countries comparison. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2015;12:68. Download from ijbnpa
  • Bojke CCastelli AGrasic KStreet A. Productivity of the English NHS: 2012/13/update. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 110 (PDF , 2,412kb)‌ 2015.
  • Bojke CGrasic KStreet A. How much should be paid for Prescribed Specialised Services? Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 118 (PDF , 2,238kb) 2015. Lay Summary 118 (PDF , 275kb) PSS 3 yr All regressions (MS Excel , 130kb)
  • Castelli A, Daidone S, Jacobs RKasteridis PStreet A. The determinants of costs and length of stay for hip fracture patients. PLoS One 2015;10(7):e0133545. Download from Plosone
  • Castelli A, Street A, Verzulli R, Ward P. Examining variations in hospital productivity in the English NHS. European Journal of Health Economics 2015;16(3):243-254. Download from Springer
  • Cookson RGutacker NSiciliani L. Waiting time prioritisation: evidence from England. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 114 (PDF , 1,553kb)‌ 2015.
  • Cookson R, Gutacker N, Garcia-Armesto, S, Angulo-Pueyo E, Christiansen T, Bloor K, Bernal-Delgado E. Socioeconomic inequality in hip replacement in four European countries from 2002 to 2009 – area level analysis of hospital data. European Journal of Public Health 2015;25(suppl1):21-27. Download from Oxford journals
  • Di Novi C, Jacobs R, Migheli M. The quality of life of female informal caregivers: from Scandinavia to the Mediterranean Sea. European Journal of Population 2015;31(3):309-333. Download from springer
  • Dusheiko MGravelle H. Choosing and booking – and attending? Impact of an electronic booking system on outpatient referrals and non-attendances. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 116 (PDF , 2,386kb)‌ 2015.
  • Dusheiko MGravelle H, Martin S, Smith PC. Quality of disease management and risk of mortality in English primary care practices. Health Services Research 2015;50(5):1452-1471.
  • Gaughan JGravelle H, Siciliani L. Testing the bed-blocking hypothesis: does nursing and care home supply reduce delayed hospital discharges? Health Economics 2015;24(S1):32–44. Download from Wiley
  • Goddard M. Competition in healthcare: Good, bad or ugly? International Journal of Health Policy and Management 2015;4(9):567-569.
  • Goddard M, Sheldon T. Reflecting on the impact of health services research on society. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 2015;20(4):201. Download from Sage journals
  • Grašič KMason ARStreet A. Paying for the quantity and quality of hospital care: the foundations and evolution of payment policy in England. Health Economics Review 2015;5(15). Download from Health economics review
  • Gutacker N, Bloor K, Cookson R. Comparing the performance of the Charlson/Deyo and Elixhauser co-morbidity indices across five European countries and three conditions. European Journal of Public Health 2015;(suppl1):15-20. Download from Oxford journals
  • Gutacker N, Bloor K, Cookson R, Garcia-Armesto S, Bernal-Delgado E. Comparing hospital performance within and across countries: an illustrative study of coronary artery bypass graft surgery in England and Spain. European Journal of Public Health 2015;25(suppl1):28-34. Download from Oxford journals
  • Gutacker N, Harris A, Brennan D, Hollingsworth B. The determinants of dentists’ productivity and the measurement of output. Social Science & Medicine 2015;124:76-84.
  • Gutacker NMason A, Kendrick T, Goddard MGravelle H, Gilbody S, Aylott L, Wainwright J, Jacobs R. Does the quality and outcomes framework reduce psychiatric admissions in people with serious mental illness? A regression analysis. BMJ Open 2015;5(4):e007342. Download from bmjopen
  • Gutacker N, Siciliani L, Moscelli G, Gravelle H. Do patients choose hospitals that improve their health? Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 111 (PDF , 3,600kb)‌ 2015.
  • Gutacker NStreet A. Multidimensional performance assessment using dominance criteria. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 115 (PDF , 1,533kb) 2015.
  • Gutacker NStreet A, Gomes C, Bojke C. Should English healthcare providers be penalised for failing to collect patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs)? A retrospective analysis. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 2015;108(8):304-316. Download from sagepub
  • Howdon D, Jones AM. A discrete latent factor model for smoking, cancer and mortality. Economics & Human Biology 2015;18:57-73. Download from Elsevier
  • Jacobs RGutacker NMason AGoddard MGravelle H, Kendrick T. Do higher primary care practice performance scores predict lower rates of emergency admissions for persons with serious mental illness? An analysis of secondary panel data. NIHR HS & DR Journal 2015;3(16). Download from NIHR
  • Jacobs RGutacker NMason AGoddard MGravelle H, Kendrick T, Gilbody S. Determinants of hospital length of stay for people with serious mental illness in England and implications for payment systems: a regression analysis. BMC Health Services Research 2015;15:439. Download from Biomedcentral
  • Kasteridis PGoddard MJacobs RSantos RMason A. The impact of primary care quality on inpatient length of stay for people with dementia: an analysis by discharge destination. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 113 (PDF , 2,722kb) 2015. Lay summary 113 (PDF , 318kb)
  • Kasteridis PMason AGoddard MJacobs RSantos R, McGonigal G. The influence of primary care quality on hospital admissions for people with dementia in England: a regression analysis. PLoS One 2015;10(3):e0121506. Download from plosoneDementia Lay Summary (PDF , 353kb)Dementia S1 Appendix (PDF , 52kb), ‌
  • Kasteridis PStreet A, Dolman M, Gallier L, Hudson K, Martin J, Wyer I. Who would benefit most for improved integrated care? Implementing an analytical strategy in South Somerset. International Journal of Integrated Care 2015;15:Jan-Mar:1-11. Download from ijic
  • Kronenberg C, Jacobs R, Zucchelli E. The impact of a wage increase on mental health: Evidence from the UK minimum wage. Health, Econometrics and Data Group (HEDG), University of York 2015; working paper 15/08Download from HERC
  • Mannion R, Davies H, Freeman T, Millar R, Jacobs RKasteridis P. Overseeing oversight: governance of quality and safety by hospital boards in the English NHS. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 2015;20:(1):1-8.
  • Mason AGoddard MWeatherly HChalkley M. Integrating funds for health and social care: an evidence review. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 2015;20(3):177-188. Download from Sagepub
  • Moran VJacobs R. Comparing the performance of English mental health providers in achieving patient outcomes. Social Science & Medicine 2015;140:127-136. Download from Elsevier
  • Moscelli G, Siciliani L, Gutacker N, Cookson R. Socioeconomic inequality of access to healthcare: Does patients’ choice explain the gradient? Evidence from the English NHS. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 112 (PDF , 2,904kb) 2015.
  • Rodríguez-Santana IChalkley M. The socioeconomic and demographic characteristics of United Kingdom junior doctors in training across specialities. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;‌‌ 2015.
  • Santana P, Santos R, Alves I, Couceiro L, do Céu Machado M. Avaliação das condições individuais e contextuais no peso dos recém‐nascidos (filhos de mães imigrantes e portuguesas) na área metropolitana de Lisboa. Revista Portuguesa de Saude Publica 2015;33(2):157-169. Download from Sciencedirect 
  • Street ANot as it seems: Productivity growth isn't always a good thing. Health Service Journal 9 April 2015.
  • Vogl M, Leidl R, Plotz W, Gutacker N. Comparison of pre- and post-operative health-related quality of life and length of stay after primary total hip replacement in matched English and German patient cohorts. Quality of Life Research 2015;24(2):513-520. Download from springer

2014 - 2010

2014

  • Aragon MJ, Chalkley M. Understanding the differences in in-hospital mortality between Scotland and England. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 104 (PDF , 1,821kb), 2014.
  • Bardsley M, Street A. Cost of integrated care. In: Curtis L. (ed). Unit Costs of Health & Social Care 2014. PSSRU University of Kent, Canterbury;2014:pp13-18. Download from PSSRU
  • Bojke C, Castelli A, Grasic K, Street A. Productivity of the English National Health Service from 2004/5: updated to 2011/12. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 94 (PDF , 969kb)2014.
  • Bojke C, Grašič K, Street A. The costs of specialised care. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 103 (PDF , 1,811kb), 2014. Accompanying spreadsheet CHERP103 descriptive statisitcs (MS Excel , 1,556kb)
  • Brekke KR, Gravelle H, Siciliani L, Straume OR. Patient choice, mobility and competition among health care providers. In: Levaggi R, Montefioro M (eds). Health Care Provision and Patient Mobility. Vol.12. Springer;2014 pp. 1-26. 
  • Brilleman SL, Gravelle H, Hollinghurst S, Purdy S, Salisbury C, Windmeijer F.  Keep it simple? Predicting primary health care costs with clinical morbidity measures. Journal of Health Economics 2014;35:109-122.
  • Carrieri V, Di Novi C, Jacobs R, Robone S. Insecure, sick and unhappy? Well-being consequences of temporary employment contracts, Chapter 4. In: Polachek SW, Tatsiramos K (eds). Factors Affecting Worker Well-Being: The Impact of Change in the Labor MarketBook Series. Research in Labor Economics Vol.40. 2014;pp. 157-193:Emerald Group Publishing Limited:ISBN:978-1-78441-150-3.
  • Dusheiko M. Patient choice and mobility in the UK health system: internal and external markets. In : Levaggi R, Montefioro M (eds). Health Care Provision and Patient Mobility,Vol.12. Springer;2014 pp.81-132.
  • Gaughan J, Gravelle H, Siciliani L. Testing the bed-blocking hypothesis: does higher supply of nursing and care homes reduce delayed hospital discharges? Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 102 (PDF , 2,233kb) 2014.
  • Gaughan J, Kobel C. Coronary artery bypass grafts and diagnosis related groups: Patient classification and hospital reimbursement in 10 European countries. Health Economics Review 2014;4(4).
  • Gomes M, Gutacker N, Bojke C, Street A. Addressing missing data in patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs): implications for comparing provider performance. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;  2014.
  • Gravelle HMoscelli GSantos R, Siciliani L. Patient choice and the effects of hospital market structure on mortality for AMI, hip fracture and stroke patients. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 106 (PDF , 1,980kb)‌ 2014.
  • Gravelle H, Santos RSiciliani L. Does a hospital’s quality depend on the quality of other hospitals? A spatial econometrics approach. Regional Science and Urban Economics 2014;49:203-216. Download from ScienceDirect
  • Hewlett E, Moran V (eds). Making mental health count: The social and economic costs of neglecting mental health care. OECD Health Policy Studies, OECD Publishing;2014. Details from OECD
  • Harrison M, Dusheiko M, Sutton M, Gravelle H, Doran T, Roland M. Effect of a national primary care pay for performance scheme on emergency hospital admissions for ambulatory care sensitive conditions: controlled longitudinal study. BMJ 2014;349:g6423. 
  • Jacobs R. Payment by results for mental health services: economic considerations of case-mix funding. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 2014;20:155-164.
  • Kasteridis P, Yen S. Occasional smoking and body weight among Adults. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 2014;36(3):479-503. 
  • Kasteridis P, Street A, Dolman M, Gallier L, Hudson K, Martin J, Wyer I. The importance of multimorbidity in explaining utilisation and costs across health and social care settings: evidence from South Somerset’s Symphony Project. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 96 (PDF , 2,352kb) 2014. Health Service Journal 10 April 2014 and data video.
  • Kronenberg C, Barros PP. Catastrophic healthcare expenditure–drivers and protection: The Portuguese case. Health Policy 2014;115(1):44-51. Download from elsevier
  • Lin B, Ver Ploeg M, Kasteridis P, Yen ST. The roles of food prices and food access in determining food purchases of low-income households. Journal of Policy Modeling 2014;36(5):938-952.
  • Listl S, Chalkley M. Provider payment bares teeth: Dentist reimbursement and the use of check-up examinations. Social Science & Medicine 2014;111:110-116.
  • Mason A, Goddard M, Weatherly H. Financial mechanisms for integrating funds for health and social care: an evidence review. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 97 (PDF , 1,259kb), 2014. 
  • Mason A, Goddard M, Weatherly H. Financial mechanisms for integrating funds for health and social care: do they enable integrated care?  International Journal of Integrated Care 2014;14(6);Annual Conference Supplement;URN:NBN:NL:UI:10-1-116181. 
  • Martin S, Street A, Han L, Hutton J. The impact of hospital financing on the quality of inpatient care in England. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; , 2014.‌
  • Siciliani LMoran V, Borowitz M. Measuring and comparing health care waiting times in OECD countries. Health Policy 2014;118(3):292-303. Download from healthpolicyjrnl 
  • Street A. Don’t believe the hype, productivity is rising. Health Service Journal 17 January 2014.
  • Street A. Living through the NHS’s famine years. BMJ 2014;349:g6536. Download from BMJ
  • Street A, Castelli A. Eliminating poor productivity is key to NHS improvement. Health Service Journal 13 March 2014.
  • Street A, Gutacker N, Bojke C, Devlin N, Daidone S. Variations in outcome and costs among NHS providers for common surgical procedures: econometric analyses of routinely collected data. National Institute for Health Research. Health Services and Delivery Research 2014:2(1). Download from NIHR and Download spreadsheet showing provider performance (MS Excel , 175kb)
  • Street AKasteridis P, Martin J. Data is at the heart of Somerset’s integration masterpiece. Health Service Journal, 10 April 2014.
  • White J, Gutacker NJacobs RMason AR. Hospital admissions for severe mental illness in England: Changes in equity of utilisation at the small area level between 2006 and 2010, Social Science & Medicine 2014;120:243-251. Download from Elsevier

2013

  • Ashworth M, Schofield P, Doran T, Cookson R, Sutton M, Seed P, et al. The Public Health Impact (PHI) score – a new measure of public health effectiveness for general practices in England. British Journal of General Practice. 2013;63(609):291-9.
  • Bojke C, Castelli A, Grasic K, Street A, Ward P. NHS productivity from 2004/5 to 2010/11. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 87 (PDF , 3,728kb), 2013. Accompanying spreadsheet National Productivity (MS Excel , 601kb) and Press Release 87 (PDF , 32kb)
  • Bojke C, Castelli A, Laudicella M, Street A, Ward P. Regional variation in the productivity of the English National Health Service. Health Economics 2013;22(2):194-211.
  • Brilleman SL, Purdy S, Salisbury C, Windmeijer F, Gravelle H, Hollinghurst S. Implications of comorbidity for primary care costs in the UK: a retrospective observational study. British Journal of General Practice 2013;63(609):e274-e82.
  • Busse R, Geissler A, Aaviksoo A, Cots F, Häkkinen U, Kobel C, Mateus C, Or Z, O’Reilly J, Serdén L, Street A, Swan Tan S, Quentin W. Diagnosis related groups in Europe: moving towards transparency, efficiency, and quality in hospitals? British Medical Journal 2013;346(F3197). Download from BMJ
  • Castelli A, Jacobs R, Goddard M, Smith PC. Health, policy and geography: insights from a multi-level modelling approach. Social Science & Medicine 2013;92:61-73.
  • Cookson R. Can the NICE ‘‘end-of-life premium’’ be given a coherent ethical justification? Health Politics, Policy and Law 2013;38(6):1129-1148.
  • Cookson R, Laudicella M, Li Donni P. Does hospital competition harm equity? Evidence from the English National Health Service. Journal of Health Economics 2013;32(2):410-422.
  • Daidone S, Street AD. How much should be paid for specialised treatment? Social Science and Medicine 2013;84:110-8. Download from Sciencedirect
  • Di Novi C, Jacobs R, Migheli M. The quality of life of female informal caregivers: from Scandinavia to the Mediterranean Sea. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 84 (PDF , 552kb)‌, 2013.
  • Edlin R, Round J, McCabe C, Sculpher M, Claxton K, Cookson R. Understanding Harris’ understanding of CEA: is cost effective resource allocation undone? Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 2013:18(1):34-39.
  • Fichera E, Gravelle H, Pezzino M, Sutton M. Choice of contracts for quality in health care: Evidence from the British NHS. Centre for Health Economics, University of York, CHE Research Paper 85 (PDF , 968kb) 2013.
  • Fischer A, Threlfall A, Meah S, Cookson R, Rutter R, Kelly M. The appraisal of public health interventions: Overview. Journal of Public Health 2013;35(4):488-494.
  • Gaughan J, Gravelle H, Santos R, Siciliani L. Long term care provision, hospital length of stay and discharge destination for hip fracture and stroke patients. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 86 (PDF , 1,648kb) 2013.
  • Gravelle H, Santos R, Siciliani L. Does a hospital's quality depend on the quality of other hospitals? a spatial econometrics approach to investigating hospital quality competition. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 82 (PDF , 624kb) 2013. Lay Summary 82 (PDF , 397kb)
  • Gravelle H, Scott A, Sivey P, Yong J. ‌Competition, prices, and quality in the market for physician consultations. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;CHE Research Paper 89 (PDF , 566kb) 2013.‌
  • Gutacker N, Bojke C, Daidone S, Devlin N, Street A. Hospital variation in patient-reported outcomes at the level of EQ-5D dimensions - Evidence from England. Medical Decision Making 2013;33(6):804-818. Download from sagepub
  • Gutacker N, Bojke C, Daidone S, Devlin N, Parkin D, Street A. Truly inefficient or providing better quality of care? analysing the relationship between risk-adjusted hospital costs and patients' health outcomes. Health Economics 2013;22(8). Download from wiley
  • Jacobs R, Mannion R, Davies HTO, Harrison S, Konteh F, Walshe K. The relationship between organizational culture and performance in acute hospitals. Social Science and Medicine 2013;76:115-25. Download from Sciencedirect
  • Marks LWeatherly HLA, Mason A. Prioritizing investment in public health and health equity: what can commissioners do? Public Health 2013;127(5):410-418.
  • Mason A, Mason JM, Cork M, Hancock H, Dooley G. Topical Treatments for chronic plaque psoriasis of the scalp: a systematic review. British Journal of Dermatology 2013;169(3):519-527.
  • Mason A, Mason JM, Cork M, Dooley G, Hancock H. Topical treatments for chronic plaque psoriasis. Cochrane database of systematic reviews (Online) 2013 Mar 28;(3)Art.No.:CD005028.
  • Mason A, Mason JM, Cork M, Hancock H, Dooley G. Topical treatments for chronic plaque psoriasis: An abridged Cochrane Systematic Review. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 2013:69(5):799-807.
  • Moran V, Jacobs R. An international comparison of efficiency of inpatient mental health care systems. Health Policy 2013;112(1):88-99. Download from Elsevier
  • Olsen KR, Gyrd-Hansen D, Højmark TB, Kristensen T, Vedsted P, Street A. Organisational determinants of production and efficiency in General Practice. A population based study. European Journal of Health Economics 2013:14(2):267-276. Download from Springer
  • Pattenden J, Mason A, Lewin B. Collaborative palliative care for advanced heart failure: outcomes and costs from the 'Better Together' pilot study. BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care. 2013;3(1):69-76.
  • Sampson C, Whitehurst D, Street AD. Do patients registered with CAM-trained GPs really use fewer health care resources and live longer? A response to Kooreman and Baars. European Journal of Health Economics 2013;14(4):703-705.
  • Santos R, Gravelle H, Propper C. Does quality affect patients’ choice of doctor? Evidence from the UK. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 88 (PDF , 1,782kb)‌ 2013.
  • Shah K, Cookson R, Culyer AJ, Littlejohns P. NICE’s social value judgements about equity in health and health care. Health Economics, Policy and Law 2013;8(2):145-65.
  • Siciliani LMoran V, Borowitz M. Measuring and comparing health care waiting times in OECD countries. OECD Health Working Papers 2013;No.67:OECD Publishing:doi.org/10.1787/5k3w9t84b2kf-en.
  • Siciliani L, Sivey P, Street A. Differences in length of stay for hip replacement between public hospitals, specialised treatment centres and private providers: selection or efficiency? Health Economics 2013;22(2):234-242.
  • Smith PC, Street AD. On the uses of routine patient-reported health outcome data. Health Economics 2013;22(2):119-131.
  • Street A. An overview of competition in UK health care. In: Competition in UK health care: reflections on an expert workshop. Eds. Charlesworth A, Kelly E. Institute for Fiscal Studies and Nuffield Trust research report, December 2013

2012

  • Allen P, Keen J, Wright J, Dempster PG, Townsend J, Hutchings A, Street AVerzulli R. Investigating the governance of autonomous public hospitals in England: multi-site case study of NHS Foundation Trusts. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 2012;17(2):94-100. Download from rsmjournals
  • Bojke C, Castelli A, Goudie R, Street A, Ward P. Productivity of the English National Health Service 2003-4 to 2009-10. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 76 (PDF , 847kb) 2012.
  • Carrieri V, Di Novi C, Jacobs R, Robone S. Well-being and psychological consequences of temporary contracts: the case of younger Italian employees. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 79 (PDF , 342kb), 2012.
  • Cookson R, Claxton K. The humble economist. Tony Culyer on health, health care and social decision making. Office of Health Economics, London and University of York, 2012. The humble economist
  • Cookson R, Dawson D. Hospital competition and patient choice in publicly funded health care. In: Jones AM, editor. The Elgar Companion to Health Economics (2 nd Edition) Cheltenham: Edward Elgar;2012.
  • Cookson R, Laudicella M, Li Donni P. Measuring change in health care equity using small area administrative data – evidence from the English NHS 2001-8. Social Science and Medicine.;Forthcoming.
  • Cookson R, Laudicella M, Li Donni P, Dusheiko M. Effects of the Blair/Brown health reforms on socioeconomic equity in health care. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 2012;17(Suppl1):55-63.
  • Cookson R, Nord E. Incorporating concern for fairness into economic evaluation of health programs: overview. In: Elsevier On-line Encyclopaedia of Health Economics; forthcoming.
  • Daidone S, Street A. Specialisation hierarchy within the Children’s Specialised Services National Definition Set. Report to Department of Health, Economics of Social and Health Care Research Unit, University of York; 2012. Download from eshcru
  • Gaughan J, Kobel C, Linhart C, Mason AStreet A, Ward P. Why do patients having coronary artery bypass grafts have different costs or length of stay? An analysis across ten European countries. Health Economics 2012;21(S2):77-88. Download from wiley
  • Gaughan J, Mason A, Street A, Ward P. English hospitals can improve their use of resources: an analysis of costs and length of stay for ten treatments: Centre for Health Economics, University of York  CHE Research Paper 78 (PDF , 1,697kb) 2012.
  • Gravelle HSantos R, Siciliani L, Goudie R. Hospital quality competition under fixed prices: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, CHE Research Paper 80 (PDF , 1,256kb) 2012. ‌
  • Gutacker N, Bojke C, Daidone S, Devlin N, Street A. Analysing hospital variation in health outcome at the level of EQ-5D dimensions: Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 74 (PDF , 521kb) 2012.
  • Kontopantelis E, Doran T, Gravelle HSiciliani L, Sutton M, Goudie R. Pay-for-performance and influenza immunization: the impact of raising the bar in the UK Quality and Outcomes Framework. Health Services Research 2012;47(3, part 1):1117-36.
  • Laudicella M, Siciliani L, Cookson R. Waiting times and socioeconomic status: evidence from England. Social Science and Medicine 2012;74(9):1331-41.
  • Martin R, Muûls M, de Pruex L, Wagner U. Anatomy of a paradox: management practices, organizational structure and energy efficiency. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 2012;63(2):208-223.
  • Mason A, Or Z, Renaud T, Street A, Thuilliez J, Ward P. How well do DRGs for appendectomy explain variations in resource use? An analysis of patient-level data from 10 European countries. Health Economics 2012;21(S2):30-40. Download from wiley
  • Miraldo M, Siciliani L, Street A. Price adjustment in the hospital sector, Reply. Journal of Health Economics 2012;31(1):323-25.
  • O'Reilly J, Busse R, Häkkinen U, Or Z, Street A, Wiley M. Paying for hospital care: the experience with implementing activity-based funding in five European countries. Health Economics Policy and Law 2012;7(1):73-101.
  • Pattenden J, Mason A, Lewin R. Collaborative palliative care for advanced heart failure: Outcomes and costs from the ‘Better Together’ pilot study. BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care 2012;Published Online first:4 September 2012 doi:10.1136/bmjspcare-2012-000251.
  • Smith PC, Street A. Concepts and challenges in measuring the performance of health care organizations. In: Jones A, editor. Elgar Companion to Health Economics: Second Edition: Edward Elgar, Cheltenham; 2012. p.341-49. Further details
  • Street A, Kobel C, Renaud T, Thuilliez J. How well do Diagnosis Related Groups explain variations in costs or length of stay among patients and across hospitals? Methods for analysing routine patient data. Health Economics 2012;S21:6-18. Download from wiley

2011

  • Brilleman SL, Gravelle H, Hollinghurst S, Purdy S, Salisbury C, Windmeijer F. Keep it simple? predicting primary health care costs with measures of morbidity and multimorbidity: Centre for Health Economics, University of York; ‌‎ 2011.
  • Burgess J, Street A. Measuring organisational performance. In: Smith PC, Glied SA, editors. The Oxford handbook of health economics. Oxford: Oxford University Press;2011.
  • Castelli A, Laudicella M, Street AWard P. Getting out what we put in: productivity of the English NHS. Health Economics, Policy and Law 2011;6:313-335. Download from Cambridge Journals ©Cambridge Journals.
  • Castelli A, Nizalova O. Avoidable mortality: what it means and how it is measured: Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 63 (PDF , 1,149kb)‌‎ 2011.
  • Chalkley M, Stewart G. Trade liberalisation, market structure and the incentive to merge. The World Economy 2011;34(8):1327-47.
  • Claxton K, Paulden M, Gravelle H, Brouwer W, Culyer AJ. Discounting and decision making in the economic evaluation of health care technologies. Health Economics 2011;20:2-15. Download from Wiley interscience
  • Cookson R. The tough test for the NHS isn’t cost but care. Parliamentary Brief 2011;13(6). Download from parliamentary brief online
  • Cookson R, Laudicella M. Effects of Health Reform on Health Care Inequalities - Final Report. NIHR SDO Programme - London.
  • Daidone S, Street A. Estimating the costs of specialised care: updated analysis using data for 2009/10. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 71 (PDF , 325kb)‌‎  2011.
  • Daidone S, Street A. Estimating the costs of specialised care. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 61 (PDF , 342kb)‌‎ 2011.
  • de Preux L. Anticipatory ex ante moral hazard and the effect of medicare on prevention. Health Economics 2011;20(9):1056-72.
  • Dixon J, Smith PC, Gravelle H, Martin S, Bardsley M, Rice N, Georghiou T, Dusheiko M, Billings J, De Lorenzo M, Sanderson C. A person based formula for allocating commissioning funds to general practices in England: development of a statistical model. British Medical Journal 2011;DOI: 10.1136/bmj.d6608.
  • Dusheiko M, Doran T, Gravelle H, Fullwood C, Roland M. Does higher quality of diabetes management in family practice reduce unplanned hospital admissions? Health Services Research 2011;46:27-46.
  • Dusheiko M, Gravelle H, Martin S, Rice N, Smith PC. Does better disease management in primary care reduce hospital costs? Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 65 (PDF , 315kb)‌‎ 2011.
  • Dusheiko M, Gravelle H, Martin S, Rice N, Smith PC. Does disease management in primary care reduce hospital costs? Evidence from English primary care. Journal of Health Economics 2011;30(5):919-32.
  • Fleetcroft R, Cookson R, Steel N, Howe A. Correlation between prescribing quality and pharmaceutical costs in English primary care: national cross-sectional analysis. British Journal of General Practice 2011;61:554-55.
  • Garau M, Shah K, Mason A, Wang Q, Towse A, Drummond M. Using QALYs in cancer: a review of the methodological limitations. Pharmacoeconomics 2011;29(8):673-85.
  • Goudie R, Goddard M. Review of evidence on what drives economies of scope and scale in the provision of NHS services, focusing on A & E and associated hospital services. Report for the OHE Commission on Competition in the NHS. London: Office of Health Economics;2011. Download from OHE
  • Gravelle HDusheiko M, Martin S, Smith P, Rice N, Dixon J. Modelling individual patient hospital expenditure for general practice budgets. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 73 (PDF , 358kb)‌‎ 2011.
  • Gravelle H, Hole AR, Santos R. Measuring and testing for gender discrimination in physician pay: English family doctors. Journal of Health Economics 2011;30(4):660-74.
  • Gutacker N, Bojke C, Daidone S, Devlin N, Parkin D, Street A. Truly inefficient or providing better quality of care? analysing the relationship between risk-adjusted hospital costs and patients’ health outcomes. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; ‌‎  2011.
  • Hvenegaard A, Nielsen Arendt J, Street A, Gyrd-Hansen D. Exploring the relationship between costs and quality: Does the joint evaluation of costs and quality alter the ranking of Danish hospital departments? European Journal of Health Economics 2011;12:541-51.
  • Jacobs R, Barrenho E. The impact of crisis resolution and home treatment teams on psychiatric admission rates in England. British Journal of Psychiatry 2011;199(1):71-76.
  • Marks L, Cave S, Wallace A, Mason A, Hunter DJ, Mason JM, Peckham S. Incentivising preventive services in primary care: perspectives on the use of Local Enhanced Services. Journal of Public Health 2011.
  • Mason A, Goddard M, Myers L, Verzulli R. Navigating uncharted waters? How international experience can inform the funding of mental health care in England. Journal of Mental Health 2011;20(3);234-48. Download from informa.
  • Mason A, Ward P, Street A. England: the Healthcare Resource Group system. In: Busse R, Geissler A, Quentin W, Wiley M, editors. Diagnosis related groups in Europe: moving towards transparency, efficiency and quality in hospitals. Berkshire, England: Open University Press;2011;p197-220.
  • Maynard A, Street A, Hunter R. Using ‘payment by results’ to fund the treatment of dependent drug users-proceed with care! Addiction 2011;106(10):1715-1882.
  • Morris S, Goudie R, Sutton M, Gravelle H, Elliott R, Hole A, Ma A, Sibbald B, Skatun D. Determinants of general practitioners’ wages in England. Health Economics 2011;20:147-60.
  • Shah K, Cookson R, Culyer AJ, Littlejohns P. Nice's social value judgements about equity in health and health care. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 70 (PDF , 419kb)‌‎ 2011.
  • Street A, O'Reilly J, Ward P, Mason A. DRG-based hospital payment and efficiency: theory, evidence, and challenges. In: Busse R, Geissler A, Quentin W, Wiley M, editors. Diagnosis Related Groups in Europe: moving towards transparency, efficiency and quality in hospitals. Berkshire, England:Open University Press;2011:p93-114.
  • Verzulli R, Jacobs R, Goddard M. Do hospitals respond to greater autonomy? evidence from the English NHS. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 64 (PDF , 232kb)‌‎ 2011.

2010

  • Bojke C, Castelli A, Laudicella M, Street A, Ward P. Regional variation in the productivity of the English National Health Service. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 57 (PDF , 581kb)‌‎ 2010.
  • Bojke C, Goddard M. Foundation trusts: a retrospective review. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 58 (PDF , 241kb)‌‎ 2010.
  • Cookson R, Dusheiko M, Hardman G, Martin S. Competition and inequality: evidence from the English national health service 1991-2001. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 2010;20:i181-i205.
  • Fiorio C, Siciliani L. Co-payments and the demand for pharmaceuticals: evidence from Italy. Economic Modelling 2010;27(4):835-41.
  • Goddard MGravelle H, Hole A, Marini G. Where did all the GPs go? Increasing supply and geographical equity in England and Scotland. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy. 2010;15(1):28-35. Download from sage. ‌‎
  • Gravelle H, Sutton M, Ma A. Doctor behaviour under a pay for performance contract: treating, cheating and case finding? Economic Journal 2010;120:F129-F56.
  • Gutacker N, Neumann A, Santosa F, Moysidis T, Kroeger K. Amputations in PAD patients - data from the German Federal Statistical Office. Vascular Medicine 2010;15:9-14.
  • Jacobs R. Some economic and policy considerations for outcome measurement. In: Trauer T, editor. Outcome Measurement in Mental Health. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2010
  • Jacobs R, Moran V. The uptake of mandatory outcome measures in mental health services. The Psychiatrist 2010;Forthcoming.
  • Kaarboe O, Siciliani L. Multitasking, quality and pay for performance. Health Economics 2010;10.1002/hec1582earlyview.
  • Kristensen T, Laudicella M, Ejersted C, Street A. Cost variation in diabetes care delivered in English hospitals. Diabetic Medicine 2010;27(8):949-57.
  • Laudicella M, Siciliani L, Cookson R. Waiting times and socioeconomic status: evidence from England. University of York: HEDG working paper 10/05; 2010.
  • Laudicella M, Olsen KR, Street A. Examining cost variation across hospital departments - a two-stage multilevel approach using patient level data. Social Science and Medicine 2010;doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.06.049
  • Mannion R, Davies H, Harrison S, Konteh F, Jacobs R, Walshe K. Changing Management Cultures in the English National Health Service, Culture and Climate. In: Braithwaite J, Hyde P, Pope C, editors. Health Care Organizations. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan; 2010.
  • Marks L, Cave S, Hunter DJ, Mason JM, Peckham S, Wallace A, Mason A, Weatherly H, Melvin K. Public Health Governance and Primary Care Delivery: a Triangulated Study. Final report. NIHR Service Delivery and Organisation programme;2010. Full Report and Executive Summary
  • Mason A. Hospital car parking: the impact of access costs. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; CHE Research Paper 59 (PDF , 1,756kb)‌‎ 2010.
  • Mason A, Drummond M, Ramsey S, Campbell J, Raisch D. Comparison of anticancer drug coverage decisions in the United States and United Kingdom: does the evidence support the rhetoric? Journal of Clinical Oncology 2010;28(20):3234-38.
  • Mason A, Street AVerzulli R. Private sector treatment centres are treating less complex patients than the NHS. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 2010;103:322-31.
  • Miraldo M, Siciliani LStreet A. Price adjustment in the hospital sector. Journal of Health Economics; In Press.
  • Morris S, Goudie R, Sutton M, Gravelle H, Elliott R, Hole A, Ma A, Sibbald B, Skatun D. Determinants of general practitioners’ wages in England. Health Economics Forthcoming;DOI: 10.1002/hec.1573
  • Pattenden J, Mason ABetter Together: An end of life initiative for patients with heart failure and their families. M123S: Executive summary. British Heart Foundation, London. June 2010. Download from BHF
  • Pattenden J, Mason ABetter Together: An end of life initiative for patients with heart failure and their families. M123R: Final Report. British Heart Foundation, London. June 2010. Download from BHF
  • Scheller-Kreinsen D, Geissler EA, Street A, Busse R. Leistungsbewertung von deutschen Krankenhäusern - Stärken, Schwächen und Vergleichbarkeit der bekannten Methoden. Gesundh ökon Qual manag 2010;15:1-11.
  • Siciliani L, Kuhn M. Performance indicators for quality with costly falsification. Journal of Economics and Management Strategy 2010;18(4):1137-54.
  • Street A. Letter in response to articles on Choice and Competition. Health Economics, Policy and Law 2010;5(2):247.
  • Street A, Scheller-Kreinsen D, Geissler A, Busse R. Determinants of hospital costs and performance variation: Methods, models and variables for the EuroDRG project. Working Papers in Health Policy and Management 2010;Vol.3 May:Berlin: Universitätsverlag der TU Berlin. Download from eurodrg
  • Street A, Sivey P, Mason A, Miraldo M, Siciliani L. Are English treatment centres treating less complex patients? Health Policy 2010;94(2):150-57.
  • Vitikainen K, Linna M, Street A. Substituting inpatient for outpatient care: what is the impact on hospital costs and efficiency? European Journal of Health Economics 2010;11(4):395-404.Download from springerlink
  • Walker S, Mason A, Claxton K, Cookson R, Fenwick E, Fleetcroft R, Sculpher M. Value for money and the quality and outcomes framework in primary care in the NHS. British Journal of General Practice 2010;60(574):352-57. Download from Ingentaconnect
  • Financial integration across health & social care (PDF , 405kb) Financial integration research findings (PDF , 98kb)‌‎

2009 and previous

2009

  • Castelli A, Jacobs R, Goddard M, Smith P. Geographical variation in quality of life: The role of public service organisations. Policy Briefing, Centre for Health Economics, University of York; 2009.  Geographical variation in quality of life (PDF , 252kb)
  • Castelli A, Jacobs R, Goddard M. Exploring the impact of public services on quality of life indicators: Public Services Programme: Quality, Performance & Delivery, Discussion Paper DP0902 2009.
  • Castelli A, Jacobs R, Goddard M, Smith PC. Exploring the impact of public services on quality of life indicators. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; 2009.
  • Castelli A, Laudicella M, Street A, Ward P. Getting out what we put in: how productive is the NHS in England? Paper presented at the Health Economic Study Group Meeting. Sheffield 22-24 July 2009. ‌
  • Cookson R, Laudicella MDo the poor still cost more? The relationship between small area income deprivation and length of stay for elective hip replacement in the English NHS from 2001/2 to 2006/7. Health Economics and Data Group (HEDG), University of York Working Paper 09/07. 2009.
  • Dixon J, Asaria P, Georghiou T, Billings J, Gravelle H, Martin S, Rice N, Smith P, Wennberg D, DeLorenzo M, Siegal M, Russell R, Filipova N. Developing a person based resource allocation formula for general practices in England. Report to the Department of Health; October 2009.
  • Goddard MGravelle H, Hole A, Marini G. Where did all the GPs go? Increasing supply and geographical equity in England and Scotland. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy In Press.
  • Goddard M, Jacobs R. Using Composite Indicators to Measure Performance in Health Care In: Smith PC, Mossialos E, Leatherman S, Papanicolas I, editors. Performance Measurement for Health System Improvement: experiences, challenges and prospects. Cambridge:Cambridge University Press;2009.Chapter 3.4.
  • Goddard M, Mason A. Mental health learning points (PDF , 63kb)Healthcare Finance. 2009 (November);pp39,41.
  • Gravelle H, Sutton M. Income, relative income, and self-reported health in Britain 1979-2000. Health Economics 2009;18(2):125-45
  • Gravelle H, Sivey P. Imperfect quality information in a quality-competitive hospital market. Department of Economics and Related Studies (DERS), University of York Discussion Paper 2009;09/09.
  • Hann M, Goudie R, Sutton M, Gravelle H, Sibbald B. The Fifth National GP Worklife Survey. Final Report to Department of Health; June 2009.
  • Hvenegaard A, Street A, Sørensen TH, Gyrd-Hansen D. Does accounting for patient characteristics influence the inferences drawn about the relative performance of hospital departments? Social Science & Medicine. Forthcoming.
  • Jacobs R. Which Services Improve our Quality of Life? Britain in 2010 magazine 2009:39.
  • Jacobs R, Castelli A, Goddard M, Smith PC. Impact of Public Services on Quality of Life Indicators? . LariaNews, LARIA Newsletter, Local Authorities Research Intelligence Association 2009.
  • Jacobs R, Chaloupka F, Tauras J, Water H. Taxation and the Economics of Tobacco Control. In: Samet JM, Yoon SY, editors. Women and the Tobacco Epidemic: Challenges for the 21st century. Geneva: WHO; 2009.
  • Jacobs R, Street AFinal report: Efficiency Analysis of PFI schemes: Report for the National Audit Office, November, pp34; 2009.
  • Jacobs R, Street AThe relative efficiency of services delivered through hospital PFI contracts: Feasibility Study, Report for the National Audit Office York, Centre for Health Economics: 14pp; 2009.
  • Laudicella M, Cookson R, Jones AM, Rice N. Health care deprivation profiles in the measurement of inequality and inequity: an application to GP fundholding in the English NHS. Journal of Health Economics 2009;28:1048-61. Download from Sciencedirect
  • Mannion R, Harrison S, Jacobs R, Konteh F, Walsh K, Davies HTO. From cultural cohesion to rules and competition: the trajectory of senior management culture in English NHS hospitals, 2001-2008. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 2009;102:332-36.
  • Mannion R, Street A. Managing activity and expenditure in the new NHS market: evidence from South Yorkshire. Public Money and Management 2009;29(1):27-34. Download from Informa
  • Marini G, Miraldo M. Economies of scale and scope in the English hospital sector. Imperial College Business School Discussion Papers, 2009/05.
  • Martin S, Dusheiko M, Gravelle H, Rice N. Estimating Needs for Programme Budget Areas. Report to the Department of Health; December 2009.
  • Mason A, Street A, Miraldo M, Siciliani L. Should prospective payments be differentiated for public and private healthcare providers? Health Economics, Policy and Law. 2009;4(4):383-403. Download from Cambridge journals.
  • Santana P, Santos R, Nogueira H. The link between local environment and obesity: A multilevel analysis in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area, Portugal. Social Science & Medicine 2009; 68(4): 601–609
  • Siciliani L. Paying for performance and motivation crowding out. Economics Letters 2009;103:68-71.
  • Siciliani LGravelle H. Third degree waiting time discrimination: optimal allocation of a public sector healthcare treatment under rationaing by waiting. Health Economics. 2009;18:977-86.
  • Siciliani L, Stanciole A, Jacobs R. Do waiting times reduce hospitals' costs? Journal of Health Economics 2009;28(4):771-80.
  • Siciliani L, Verzulli R. Waiting times and socioeconomic status among elderly Europeans: evidence from SHARE. Health Economics 2009;18(11):1295-306.
  • Smith PCGoddard M. The English National Health Service: an economic health check. Report for Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ECO/WKP58 July; 2009.
  • Street A, Hakkinen U. Health system productivity and efficiency. In: Smith PC, Mossialos E, Leatherman S, Papanicolas IN, editors. Performance measurement for health system improvement: experiences, challenges and prospects: World Health Organisation; 2009.
  • Vitikainen KStreet A, Linna M. Estimation of hospital efficiency - do different definitions and casemix measures for hospital output affect the results? Health Policy 2009;89:149-59.

2008

  • Chauhan D, Mason A. Factors affecting the uptake of new medicines in secondary care - a literature review. Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics. 2008;33(4):339-48.
  • Cheraghi-Sohi S, Hole A, Mead N, McDonald R, Whalley D, Bower P, et al. What do patients want from a primary care consultation: A stated preference discrete choice experiment to identify patient priorities. Annals of Family Medicine. 2008;6(107-115).
  • Doran T, Fullwood C, Gravelle H, Reeves D, Roland M. Should physicians be allowed to exclude individual patients from pay for performance targets? Analysis of exception reporting in the UK pay for performance scheme. New England Journal of Medicine. 2008;359;274-284.
  • Dusheiko M, Goddard M, Gravelle H, Jacobs R. Explaining trends in concentration of health care commissioning in the English NHS. Health Economics. 2008;17(8):907-26. Download from Wiley Inter Science
  • Epstein D, Mason A, Manca A. The hospital costs of care for stroke in nine European countries. Health Economics. 2008;17 (S1):S21-S31. Download from Wiley Inter Science
  • Galizzi MM, Miraldo M. Optimal contracts and contractual arrangements within the hospital: bargaining vs. take-it-or-leave-it offers. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; 2008.
  • Golder S, Mason A, Spilsbury K. Systematic searches for the effectiveness of respite care. Journal of the Medical Library Association. 2008;96(2):147-52.
  • Gravelle H, Morris S, Sutton M. Are family physicians good for your health? Endogenous supply and health. Health Services Research. 2008;published on line 31 January 2008 doi: 10.1111/j.1475-6773.2007.00823.x.
  • Gravelle H, Siciliani L. Optimal quality, waits and charges in health insurance. J ournal of Health Economics. 2008;27(3):663-74.
  • Gravelle H, Siciliani L. Is waiting-time prioritisation welfare improving? Health Economics. 2008;17:167-85.
  • Gravelle H, Siciliani L. Ramsey waits: allocating public health service resources when there is rationing by waiting. Journal of Health Economics 2008;27(5):1143-54.
  • Gravelle H, Sutton M. Income, relative income, and self-reported health in Britain 1979-2000. Health Economics. 2008; In press.
  • Mannion R, Marini G, Street A. Implementing payment by results in the English NHS: changing incentives and the role of information. Journal of Health Organization and Management. 2008;22(1):79-88.
  • Marini G, Miraldo M, Jacobs R, Goddard M. Giving greater financial independence to hospitals - does it make a difference? the case of English NHS Trusts. Health Economics. 2008;17(6):751-75.
  • Martin S, Rice N, Smith PC. Does health care spending improve health outcomes? Evidence from English programme budgeting data. Journal of Health Economics. 2008;27(4):826-42.
  • Mason A. New medicines in primary care: a review of influences on general practitioner prescribing. Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics. 2008;33:1-10.
  • Mason A, Carr-Hill R, Myers L, Street A. Establishing the economics of engaging communities in health promotion: what is desirable, what is feasible? Critical Public Health. 2008;18(3):285-97.
  • Mason A, Walker S, Claxton K, Cookson R, Fenwick E, Sculpher M. The GMS quality and outcomes framework: Are the quality and outcomes framework (QOF) indicators a cost-effective use of NHS resources? In: Quality and Outcomes Framework. Joint executive summary: Reports to the Department of Health from the University of Anglia and the University of York. The GMS quality and outcomes framework (PDF , 238kb)
  • Mason AR, Drummond M. NHS Reimbursement of new cancer drugs: is NICE getting nastier? (abstract from the ISPOR thirteenth annual international meeting May 3-7 2008). Value in Health. 2008;11(3):A11.
  • Miraldo M, Siciliani L, Street A. Price adjustment in the hospital sector. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; 2008.
  • Morris S, Gravelle H. GP supply and obesity. Journal of Health Economics 2008;27(5):1357-67.
  • Morris S, Sutton A, Gravelle H, Elliott B, Hole A, Ma A, et al. Determinants of general practitioners' wages in England: Centre for Health Economics, University of York; ; 2008.
  • Olsen KR, Street A. The analysis of efficiency among a small number of organisations:how inferences can be improved by exploiting patient-level data. Health Economics 2008;17(6):671-81. Download from Wiley
  • Whalley D, Gravelle H, Sibbald B. Impact of the new general medical services contract on general practitioners' job satisfaction and perceptions of quality of care in the UK. British Journal of General Practice. 2008; 58:8-14.

2007

  • Castelli A, Dawson D, Gravelle H, Jacobs R, Kind P, Loveridge P, Street A, et al. A new approach to measuring health system output growth and productivity National Institute Economic Review 200 (April) 105-117; 2007. Download from Sage Journals Online
  • Castelli A, Dawson D, Gravelle H, Street A. Improving the measurement of health system output growth. Health Economics. 2007;16(10):1091-107.
  • Cookson R, Dusheiko M, Hardman G. Socio-economic inequality in small area use of elective total hip replacement in the English NHS in 1991 and 2001. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 2007;12 suppl.
  • Davies H, Mannion R, Jacobs R, Powell AE, Marshall MN. Does hospital organisational culture influence hospital performance. Medical Care and Research Review 2007;64(1):66-82.
  • Dawson D, Gravelle H, Jacobs R, Martin S, Smith PC. The effects of expanding choice of provider on waiting times: evidence from a policy experiment. Health Economics. 2007;16(2):113-28.
  • Drummond M, Mason A. Costs and cost-effectiveness of cancer therapies: a European perspective. J Clin Oncol 2007;25(2):191-195.
  • Dusheiko M, Gravelle H, Yu N, Campbell S. The impact of budgets for gatekeeping physicians on patient satisfaction: evidence from fundholding. Journal of Health Economics 2007;26:242-62.
  • Gravelle H, Brouwer W, Niessen L, Postma M, Rutten F. Discounting in economic evalutations: stepping forward to optimal decision rules. Health Economics. 2007;16:307-317.
  • Gravelle H, Dusheiko M, Sheaff R, Sargent P, Boaden R, Pickard S, Parker S, Roland M. Impact of case managment (Evercare) on frail elderly patients: controlled before and after analysis of quantitative outcome data. British Medical Journal 2007;334:31-34. Available from: doi:10.1136/bmj.39020.413310.55
  • Gravelle H, Hole A. The work hours of general practitioners' workload: survey of English GPs. British Journal of General Practice. 2007;57:96-100.
  • Gravelle H, Siciliani L. Optimal waits and charges in health insurance. February 2007; Department of Economics Discussion Paper 07/02.
  • Hauck K, Street A. Do targets matter? A comparison of English and Welsh national health priorities. Health Economics. 2007;16:275-90.
  • Hole AR. A comparison of approaches to estimating confidence intervals for willingness to pay measures. Health Economics. 2007;16:827-40.
  • Hole A. Fitting mixed logit models by using maximum simulated likelihood. Stata Journal. 2007;7:388-401.
  • Jacobs R, Goddard M. How do performance indicators add up? An examination of composite indicators in public services. Public Money and Management 2007;27(2):103-110.
  • Jacobs R, Goddard M, Smith P. Composite performance Measures in the public sector. Policy Discussion Briefing, Centre for Health Economics, University of York; 2007. Composite performance measures in the public sector (PDF , 284kb)
  • Jacobs R, Goddard M, Smith PC. Are composite indicators a good measure of performance? Laria News,  Local Authorities Research Intelligence Association 2007;83.
  • Jacobs R, Goddard M, Smith PC. Composite measures of performance: should we trust them? Performance Measurement Association Newsletter. 2007;6(1):12-14.
  • Marini G. Non-Keynesian effects of fiscal policy: the role of rational expectations, (In Italian). Rivista Italiana di Economia demografia e Statistica 2007.
  • Marini G, Street A. A transactions costs analysis of changing contractual relations in the English NHS. Health Policy. 2007;83(1):17-26.
  • Marini G, Miraldo M, Jacobs R, Goddard M. Foundation Trusts in the NHS: does more freedom make a difference? Health Policy Matters. 2007;13:1-8. Download from Health Sciences
  • Martin S, Rice N, Jacobs R, Smith PC. The market for elective surgery: Joint estimation of supply and demand. Journal of Health Economics 2007;26(2):263-285.
  • Mason A. The HealthBASKET Project: documenting the benefit basket and evaluating service costs in Europe. In: Curtis L, ed. Unit Costs of Health and Social Care 2007. Canterbury: University of Kent 2007:15-18.
  • Mason A, Towse A (eds). The ideas and influence of Alan Williams. Be reasonable - do it my way!. New York: Radcliffe Publishing, Oxford. November 2007.
  • Mason A, Weatherly H, Spilsbury K, Golder S, Arksey H, Adamson J, et al. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of respite for caregivers of frail older people: a systematic review. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2007;55(2):290-299.
  • Mason A, Weatherly H, Spilsbury K, Golder S, Arksey H, Adamson J, et al. Respite care for frail older people: a systematic review of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of different models of community-based respite care for frail older people and their carers. Health Technology Assessment ; April 2007;11(15):1-176.
  • Preker AS, Xingzhu L, Velenyi EV, Baris E. Public ends, private means: strategic purchasing of health services. Washington D.C: The World Bank; 2007. Further Details from World Bank
  • Siciliani L. Optimal contracts for health services in the presence of waiting times and asymmetric information. The BE Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy Contributions 2007;7(1):article 40.
  • Siciliani L, Martin S. An empirical analysis of the impact of choice on waiting times. Health Economics. 2007;16(8):763-79.
  • Smith PC, Street A. Measurement of Non-Market Output in Education and Health. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; 2007.
  • Street A. Does information technology improve the productivity of the health care system? Revista Espanola de Economia de la Salud. 2007;6(5):282-6. Download from Economia de la Salud
  • Street A. Should GPs hold budgets to purchase hospital services? Revista Espanola de Economia de la Salud. 2007;6(2):88-92. Download  from Economia de la salud
  • Street A. The contribution of ICT to health care system productivity and efficiency: what do we know? Organisation for Economic and Community Development, Paris. March 2007.
  • Street A, Maynard A. Activity Based Financing in England: the Need for continual Refinement of Payment by Results. Health Economics, Policy and Law. 2007;2(4):419-27. Download from Cambridge journals‌‎
  • Street A, Maynard A. Payment by Results: qualified ambition? Health Economics, Policy and Law. 2007;2(4):445-8. Payment by results (PDF , 41kb)
  • Street A, Miraldo M. The impact of the reform of hospital funding in England. Paper presented at: Evaluating Health Policy: New Evidence from administrative Data. University of York 2007. The impact of the reform of hospital funding in England (PDF , 246kb)
  • Street A, Vitikainen K, Bjorvatn A, Hvenegaard A. Introducing activity-based financing: a review of experience in Australia, Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; 2007.

2006

  • Baker R, Thompson C, Mannion R. Q-methodology in health economics. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 2006;11(1):38-45.
  • Boaden R, Dusheiko M, Gravelle H, Parker S, Pickard S, Roland M, et al. Evercare Evaluation Final Report. National Primary Care Research and Development Centre, University of Manchester; November 2006. Download from NPCRDC
  • Busse R, Schreyögg J, Smith PC. Editors and editorial for special issue on hospital case payment systems in Europe. Health Care Management Science. 2006;9(3):211-3.
  • Castelli A, Smith P. Circulatory disease in the NHS: Measuring trends in hospital costs and output. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; 2006.
  • Cookson R, Dawson D. Hospital competition and patient choice in publically funded health care. In: Jones AM, editor. The Elgar companion to health economics. Part IV, Chapter 20. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar; 2006.
  • Cookson R, Dusheiko M, Hardman G. Socio-economic inequality in small area use of elective total hip replacement in the English NHS in 1991 and 2001. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; 2006.
  • Dawson D, Jacobs R, Martin S, Smith PC. The impact of patient choice and waiting time on the demand for health care: results from the London Patient Choice Project. Applied Economics 2006;38:1363-70.
  • Doran T, Fullwood C, Gravelle H, Reeves D, Kontopantelis E, Hiroeh U, et al. Family practice performance in the first year of the UK's new 'pay for performance' scheme: good clinical practice or gaming? New England Journal of Medicine. 2006;355:375-84.
  • Dusheiko M, Gravelle H, Jacobs R, Smith PC. The effect of financial incentives on gatekeeping doctors: evidence from a natural experiment. Journal of Health Economics 2006;25(3):449-478.
  • Drummond M, Mason A, Towse A. The desirability and feasibility of economic studies post-launch. European Journal of Health Economics. March 2006 1(7):5-6.
  • English M, Lanata CF, Ngugi I, Smith PC. The District Hospital. In: Jamison DT, editor. Disease control priorities in developing countries. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 2006.
  • Epstein D, Mason A. Costs and prices for inpatient care in England: mirror twins or distant cousins? Health Care Management Science. 2006 August;9(3):233-42.
  • Goddard M, Hauck K, Preker A, Smith PC. Priority setting in health - a political economy perspective. Health Economics, Policy and Law 2006;1(1):79-90.
  • Goddard M, Mannion R. Decentralising the NHS: rhetoric, reality and paradox. Journal of Health, Organisation and Managment 2006;20(1):67-73.
  • Gravelle H, Dusheiko M, Sheaff R, Sargent P, Boaden R, Pickard S, et al. Impact of case managment (Evercare) on frail elderly patients: controlled before and after analysis of quantitative outcome data. British Medical Journal. 2006; doi:10.1136/bmj.39020.413310.55.
  • Gravelle H, Morris S, Sutton M. Economic Studies of equity in the consumption of health care. In: Jones AM, editor. Elgar Companion to Health Economics: Edward Elgar; 2006. p. 193-204.
  • Gravelle H, Sutton M. Income, relative income, and self-reported health in Britain 1979-2000. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; ‌; 2006.
  • Gravelle H, Morris S, Sutton M. Economic Studies of equity in the consumption of health care. In: Jones AM, editor. Elgar Companion to Health Economics: Edward Elgar; 2006. p. 193-204.
  • Gravelle H, Rees R. Microeconomics: Solutions Manual and Workbook. London: Prentice Hall; 2006.
  • Gravelle H, Siciliani L. Is waiting time prioritisation welfare improving? Department of Economics Discussion Paper. 2006;06/13.
  • Hauck K, Street A. Performance assessment in the context of multiple objectives: a multivariate multilevel analysis. J Health Econ. 2006;25:1029-48.
  • Hole AR. Calculating Murphy-Topel variance estimates in Stata: a simplified procedure. Stata Journal 2006;6:521-529.
  • Hole AR. Small-sample properties of tests for heteroscedasticity in the conditional logit model. Economics Bulletin. 2006;3:1-14.
  • Hollingsworth B, Street A. The market for efficiency analysis of health care organisations. Health Economics. 2006;15:1055-9.
  • Jacobs R, Goddard M, Smith P. Public services: are composite measures a robust reflection of performance in the public sector? Centre for Health Economics, 
  • Jacobs R, Martin S, Goddard M, Gravelle H, Smith PC. Exploring the determinants of NHS performance ratings: lessons for performance assessment systems. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy. 2006;11(4):211-7.    
  • Jacobs R, Smith PC, Goddard M. The development of composite indicators to measure performance in health care. In: Neely A, editor. Performance measurement: theory and practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2006.
  • Jacobs R, Smith PC and Street A . Measuring efficiency in health care: analytic techniques and health policy: Cambridge University Press June 2006. More details here.
  • Mannion R, Marini G, Street A. Demand management and adminstrative costs under payment by results. Health Policy Matters 2006;12:1-8.
  • Martin S, Smith PC, Leatherman S. Value for money in the English NHS: summary of the evidence. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; , 2006.
  • Mason J, Mason A.  The generalisability of pharmacoeconomic studies: issues and challenges ahead. Pharmacoeconomics 2006; 24(10): 937-945.
  • Mason A, Drummond M, Towse A. Economic post-launch studies: matching the desirable with the feasible. London: Office of Health Economics; 2006 September.
  • Mason A, Smith PC. Regulation and relations between the different participants in the English health care system. Revue Française des Affaires Sociales. 2006 September;2:265-84
  • Mason A, Street A. Publishing outcomes data: is it an effective approach? Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 2006;12(1):37-48.
  • Mason A, Smith P. Le systeme de sante anglais: regulation et papports entre les differents acteurs. Revue Francaise des Affaires Sociales. 2006;16(2/3):265-84.
  • Maynard A, Street A. Seven years of feast, seven years of famine: from boom to bust in the NHS. British Medical Journal. 2006;332:906-8.Download from BMJ
  • Miraldo M, Goddard M, Smith PC. The incentive effects of payment by results. London: Dr Foster Intelligence. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; 2006. 
  • Olsen KR, Street A, Svenning AR, Hvenegaard A, Sogaard J. Usikkerhed forbundet med opgorelse af relativ produktivitet i sygehussektoren. Nationalokonomisk Tidsskrift. 2006;144:353-61.
  • Scott A, Gravelle H, Simeon S, Sibbald B, Bojke C. Job satisfaction and quitting intentions: a structural model of British general practitioners British Journal of Industrial Relations 2006;44:519-40.
  • Sheaff R, Schofield J, Mannion R, Marshall M, McNally R, Dowling B. Achieving high performance in health care systems: the impact and influence of organisational arrangements, Studying Health Care Organisations Briefing Paper. London: NHSSDO; 2006.
  • Smith PC. Formula funding of public services. London: Routledge; 2006.
  • Smith PC. The future role of user charges in the National Health Service.  House of Commons Health Committee, NHS Charges: Volume III. London: The Stationery Office; 2006. p. 155-8.
  • Smith PC. User charges for health care: history and prospects. In: Asato J, editor. Charging ahead? Spreading the costs of modern public services. London: Social Market Foundation; 2006.
  • Smith PC. Public packages of health care alongside voluntary insurance. In: Preker A, Scheffler RM, Bassett M, editors. Private voluntary health insurance in development: friend or foe? Washington DC: World Bank; 2006.
  • Smith PC. Quantitative approaches towards assessing organizational performance. In: Boyne GA, editor. Public service performance: perspectives on measurement and management. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 2006.
  • Smith PC, Street A. Analysis of secondary school efficiency, Research Report 788. Department for Education and Skills. London 2006. 
  • Smith PC, Street A. Concepts and challenges in measuring the performance of health care organisations. In: Jones AM, editor. The Elgar companion to health economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar; 2006.
  • Stoltzfus Jost T, Dawson D, den Exter A. The role of competition in health care: a Western European perspective. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 2006;31(3):687-703.
  • Street A. The future of quality measurement in the NHS. Expert Reviews of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research. 2006;6(3):245-8. Paper available to The future of quality measurement (PDF , 83kb)
  • Street A. Reforma de la financiacion hospitalaria e introduccion de mecanismos de eleccion en el sistema sanitario britanico NHS. Revista Espanola de Economia de la Salud.2006;5(2):97-102. Reforma de la financicion hospitalaria (PDF , 705kb) English version, Reform of hospital funding and the introduction of patient choice in England . Reform of hospital funding (PDF , 189kb)
  • Street A, Castelli A, Dawson D, Gravelle H. Retos en le medición y valoración de los rendimientos del sistema de salud [Challenges in measuring and valuing health service output]. Revista Española de Economía de la Salud, 2006;5(6)335-360.
  • Whalley D, Bojke C, Gravelle H, Sibbald B. Morale of the GP workforce in the light of reform: a national survey of job satisfaction. British Journal of General Practice 2006;56:87-92.
  • Woolacoot N, Hawkins N, Mason A, Kainth A, Khadjesari Z, Bravo Vergel Y, et al. Etanercept and Efalizumab for the treatment of psoriasis: a systematic review. Health Technology Assessment 2006;10(46):1-252.

2005

  • Boaden R, Dusheiko M, Gravelle H, Parker S, Pickard S, Roland M, et al. Evercare evaluation interim report: implications for supporting people with long term condistions. National Primary Care Research and Development Centre: University of Manchester; 2005.
  • Castelli A, Dawson D, Gravelle H, Street A. The challenges of measuring government output in the health care sector. Social Policy Review 2005;17:183-202.
  • Collins P, Sibson J, Sihota S, Smith P, Thornton S. To the point: a blueprint for good targets.  Report of the Commission on Targets in the Public Services. London: Social Market Foundation; 2005.
  • Cookson R, Goddard M, Gravelle H. Regulating health care markets. In: Smith PC, Ginnelly L, Sculpher M, editors. Health policy and economics: opportunities and challenges: Maidenhead: Open University Press; 2005. pp. 121-147.
  • Davies HTO, Mannion R, Marshall MN, Jacobs R. Findings from a quantitative analysis of all English NHS acute trusts. In: Mannion R, Davies HTO, Marshall MN, editors. Cultures for performance in health care. Buckingham: Open University Press; 2005.
  • Dawson D, Drummond M, Towse A. European integration and the economics of health care. In: Smith P, Ginnelly L, Sculpher M, editors. Health policy and economics: opportunities and challenges: Maidenhead: Open University Press; 2005. pp. 248-271.
  • Elliott R, Sutton M, Gravelle H, Hole A, Ma A, Morris S, et al. Adjusting the General Medical Services Allocation Formula to Reflect Recruitment and Retention Difficulties: Report to the Department of Health; 2005. 
  • Fleetcroft R, Cookson R. Do the incentive payments in the new NHS contract for primary care reflect likely populaiton health gains? Centre for Health Economics, University of York; , 2005.
  • Hauck K, Shaw R, Smith PC. Formula funding of health purchasers: towards a fairer distribution? In: Smith PC, Ginnelly L, Sculpher M, editors. Health policy and economics: opportunities and challenges: Maidenhead: Open University Press; 2005. pp. 199-222.
  • Hauck K, Smith P, Goddard M. What to buy?  Revisiting priority setting in health care. In: Preker AS, Langenbrunner JC, editors. Spending wisely: buying health services for the poor. Washington DC: World Bank; 2005. p. 61-78.
  • Hernandez-Quevedo C, Jones A, Rice N. Reporting bias and heterogeneity in self-assessed health: evidence from the British Household Panel Survey. Ecuity lll working paper 19 Health Econometrics and Data group (HEDG) Working Paper 05/04: York; 2005.
  • Hernandez-Quevedo C, Jones A, Lopez Nicolas A, Rice N. Socio-economic inequalities in health: a comparative longitudinal analysis using the European Community Household Panel. York: Ecuity lll working paper 31 & Health, Econometrics and Data Group working paper 05/12; 2005.
  • Jacobs R. Performance Trends in the health service. Figure it out: Statistical Research Bulletin. 2005;5:9-10.
  • Jacobs R, Smith PC, Goddard M. How robust are hospital ranks based on hospital measures. Medical Care 2005; 43(12):1177-84.
  • Jacobs R, Street A. Efficiency measurement in health care: recent developments, current practice and future research. In: Smith PC, Ginnelly L, Sculpher M, editors. Health policy and economics: opportunities and challenges: Maidenhead: Open University Press; 2005. pp. 148-172.
  • Jones A, Rice N. Using longitudinal data to investigate socioeconomic inequality in health. In: Smith PC, Ginnelly L, Sculpher M, editors. Health policy and economics: opportunities and challenges: Maidenhead: Open University Press; 2005. pp. 88-120.
  • Kernick D, Mannion R. Developing an evidence base for intermediate care delivered by GPs with a special interest. British Journal of General Practice 2005;55(521):908-910.
  • Levaggi R, Smith PC. Decentralization in health care: lessons from public economics. In: Smith PC, Ginnelly L, Sculpher M, editors. Health policy and economics: opportunities and challenges: Maidenhead: Open University Press; 2005. pp. 223-247.
  • Mannion R. Practice based budgeting in the NHS: a review of the evidence. Health Policy Matters 2005;11:1-4.
  • Mannion R. Practice based budgeting in the NHS: lessons from the past; prospects for the future. Report to the Department of Health: Centre for Health Economics, University of York; 2005.
  • Mannion R, Davies H. Taking stock of social capital in the production of health care. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 2005; 10(3).
  • Mannion R, Davies H, Marshall M. Cultural attributes of 'high' and 'low' performing hospitals. Journal of Health Organization and Management 2005: 19(6): 431-439.
  • Mannion R, Davies H, Marshall M. Impact of star performance ratings in English acute hospital trusts. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 2005; 10(1):18-24.
  • Mannion R, Goddard M, Kuhn M, Bate A. Decentralisation strategies and provider incentives in health care: evidence from the UK NHS. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy 2005; 4(1):47-54.
  • Mannion R, Small N, Thompson C. Alternative futures for health economics: implications for nursing management research. Journal of Nursing Management 2005; 13:377-386
  • Mannion R, Street A. Payment by Results and demand management: learning from the South Yorkshire laboratory. Report to the Department  of Health: Centre for Health Economics, University of York; 2005.
  • Martin S, Smith PC. Multiple public service performance indicators: towards an integrated statistical approach. Journal of Public Administration, Research and Theory 2005;15(4):599-613.
  • Mason A. Does the English NHS have a 'Health Basket'? European Journal of Health Economics 2005;6(1):SS18-23.
  • Mason A, Smith PC. Description of the Benefit Catalogue. Centre for Health Economics, University of York;  2005.
  • Mason A, Smith P. Description of the Benefit Catalogue, England. Submitted to the European Commission, Sixth Framework Programme Priority, Contract no: FP6 501588; 2005.
  • Mason A, Street A. Publishing outcomes data: is it an effective approach? Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 2005; 12(1):37-48.
  • Mason A, Street A. To publish or not? Experience and evidence about publishing hospital outcomes data: London: Office of Health Economics; 2005.
  • Morris S, Sutton M, Gravelle H. Inequity and inequality in the use of health care in England: an empirical investigation. Social Science and Medicine 2005;60(6):1251-66.
  • Rice N. Department of Health and Social Services' Needs and Effectiveness Evaluation Study: The Kings Fund; 2005.
  • Rice N. The labour supply of nurses in the UK: evidence from the British Household Panel Survey. York: Health, Econometrics and Data Group (HEDG) working paper 05/10; 2005.
  • Richardson G, Gravelle H, Weatherly H, Ritchie G. Cost-effectiveness of interventions to support self-care: a systematic review. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care. 2005;21(4):423-32.
  • Roland M, Dusheiko M, Gravelle H, Parker S. Follow up of people aged 65 and over with a history of emergency admissions: analysis of routine admission data. BMJ 2005;330(7486):289-92.
  • Small N, Mannion R. A hermeneutic science - health economics and habermas. Health Organization and Management 2005; 19(3):219-235.
  • Smith P, Preker AS, Richard S, Light DW. Role of markets and competition. In: Figueras J, Robinson R, Jakubowski E, editors. Purchasing to improve health systems performance. Maidenhead: Open University Press; 2005. p. 102-121.
  • Smith PC. User charges and priority setting in health care: balancing equity and efficiency. Journal of Health Economics 2005;24(5):1018-1029.
  • Smith P. Performance measurement in health care: history, challenges and prospects. Public Money and Management, 2005;25(4):213-220.
  • Smith PC, Mogyorosy Z. The main methodological issues in costing health care services. A literature review. Centre for Health Economics, University of York; , 2005
  • Smith P, Witter S. Risk pooling and purchasing. In: Preker AS, Langenbrunner JC, editors. Spending wisely: buying health services for the poor. Washington DC: World Bank; 2005.
  • Smith PC, Ginnelly L, Sculpher M. Health policy and economics: opportunities and challenges. In: Ham C, editor. State of health series. London: Open University Press; 2005. pp. 293.
  • Smith PC, Sculpher M, Ginnelly L. Health economics and health policy: a postscript. In: Smith PC, Ginnelly L, Sculpher M, editors. Health policy and economics: opportunities and challenges: Maidenhead: Open University Press; 2005. pp. 272-279.
  • Smith P, Street A. Measuring the efficiency of public services: the limits of analysis. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A 2005;168,part 2:401-417.
  • Windmeijer F, Gravelle H, Hoonhout P. Waiting lists, waiting times and admissions: an empirical analysis. Health Economics 2005;14(9):971-85

2004

  • Appleby, J., N. Devlin, and D. Dawson eds. 2004. How much should we spend on the NHS? Issues and challenges arising from the Wanless review of future health care spending. London: OHE, King's Fund and CHE.
  • Ashworth M, Lea R, Gray H, Rowlands G, Gravelle H, Majeed A. How are primary care organisations using financial incentives to influence prescribing? Journal of Public Health Medicine 2004;26(1):48-51.
  • Bojke C, Gravelle H, Hassell K, Whittington Z. Increasing patient choice in primary care: the management of minor ailments. Health Economics 2004;13:73-86.
  • Contoyannis, P., AM Jones, and N Rice. 2004. Simulation-based inference in dynamic panel probit models: an application to health, in BH Baltagi (ed) Panel data: theory and applications.  Heidelberg: Physica-Verlag, pp. 49-78.
  • Contoyannis, P., AM Jones, and N Rice. 2004. "Simulation-based inference in dynamic panel probit models: an application to health." Empirical Economics, 29:1, pp. 49-77.
  • Contoyannis, P., A. M. Jones, and N. Rice. 2004. "The dynamics of health in the British Household Panel Survey." Journal of Applied Econometrics, 19, pp. 473- 503.
  • Cullum, N., D. Dawson, A. Lankshear, K. Lowson, J. Mahon, P. Raynor, T. Sheldon, I. Watt, P. West, D. Wright, and J. Wright. 2004. "The Evaluation of the Dissemination, Implementation and Impact of NICE Guidance." 125p. University of York: York.
  • Culyer, A.J. and A. Castelli. 2004. "Rationing Health Care in Europe - the United Kingdom," in Rationing of Medical Services in Europe: an empirical study. J-M. Graf von der Schulenburg and M. Blanke eds. Amsterdam: IOS Press, pp. 255-305.
  • Dawson, D., R. Dowie, H. Gravelle, with the assistance of:, C. Bojke, M. Dusheiko, M. Dyer, and B Nathason. 2004. "Balancing the concentration of services required for professional training requirements with demand and needs for local services: a policy analysis." Report submitted to NHS SDO; 122p + app 1-6: York.
  • Dawson D, Gravelle H, Kind P, O'Mahony M, Street A, Weale M with the assistance of Castelli A. Jacobs R, Macran S, Quinn C, Stevens P, Stokes L. Developing new approaches to measuring NHS outputs and productivity: First Interim Report. CHE Technical Paper 31 (PDF , 979kb) : York: Centre for Health Economics; 2004 July.
  • Dawson D, Gravelle H, Kind P, O'Mahony M, Street A, Weale M with the assistance of Castelli A. Hennessy S, Jacobs R, Macran S, Quinn C, Stevens P, Stokes L. Developing new approaches to measuring NHS outputs and productivity: data for productivity estimates. ‌: York: Centre for Health Economics; 2004.
  • Dawson, D., H. Gravelle, P. Kind, M. O'Mahony, A. Street, and M. Weale. 2004. "Measurement of NHS Outputs and Productivity Growth. Memorandum to Dept of Health on data requirements." Centre for Health Economics: York.
  • Dawson, D., R. Jacobs, S. Martin, and P.C. Smith. 2004. "Evaluation of the London Patient Choice Project: system wide impacts. Fourth interim report." 104p. Centre for Health Economics: York.
  • Dawson, D., R. Jacobs, S. Martin, and P.C. Smith. 2004. "Evaluation of the London Patient Choice Project: System wide impacts. Fifth Interim Report." 75p. A report to the London Patient Choice Project, Centre for Health Economics, University of York: York.
  • Dawson, D., R. Jacobs, S. Martin, and P.C. Smith. 2004. "Evaluation of the London Patient Choice Project: System wide impacts. Final Report." 149p. Centre for Health Economics: York.
  • Dusheiko M, Gravelle H, Jacobs R. The effect of practice budgets on patient waiting times: allowing for selection bias. Health Economics 2004;13(10):941-958.
  • Goddard, M and R Mannion. 2004. "The role of horizontal and vertical approaches to performance measurement and improvement in the UK public sector." Public Performance & Management Review, 28:1, pp. 75-95.
  • Goddard, M., R. Mannion, and P.C. Smith. 2004. "Enhancing Performance in Health Care: a theoretical perspective on agency and the role of information," in Studying the Organisation and Delivery of Health Services: A Reader. A. Clarke, P. Allen, S. Anderson, N. Black and N. Fulop eds. London: Routledge, pp. 228-36.
  • Gravelle H, Rees R. Microeconomics. 3rd ed. London: Prentice Hall; 2004. Details here 
  • Hauck, K. and N. Rice. 2004. "A longitudinal analysis of mental health mobility in Britain." Health Economics, 13:10, pp. 981-1001.
  • Hauck, K. and A. Street. 2004. "Comparison of English and Welsh national health priorities." 47p. Centre for Health Economics: University of York. Report for Shropshire and Staffordshire SHA.
  • Hauck, K and A Street. 2004. "A Multivariate Multilevel Analysis of Health Care Performance." 24p. Centre for Health Economics: University of York. Report to the DH.
  • Hauck, K and A Street. 2004. "Refining methods to assess the impact on performance of NHS organisations." 45p. Centre for Health Economics: University of York. Final Report to the DH.
  • Hann M, Gravelle H. The maldistribution of general practitioners in England and Wales: 1974-2003. British Journal of General Practice 2004;54:894-898.
  • Hernandez-Quevedo, C., A Jones, M., and N. Rice. 2004. "Reporting Bias and Heterogeneity in Self-Assessed Health. Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey." 30pp. Dept of Economics and Related Studies: York.
  • Jacobs, R. 2004. Health Information Service 2002/03: commentary for the Health Service Financial Database & Comparative Tool 2003. London: Institute of Public Finance Ltd.
  • Jacobs, R. and M. Goddard. 2004. "Setting of clinical standards." The Lancet, 364:9443, pp. 1399-400.
  • Jacobs, R and C. Greene. 2004. "Health: is the funding making a difference?" Statistical Research Bulletin, 3, pp. 7-8.
  • Jacobs, R. and S. Martin. 2004. "Modelling the response to choice: waiting times." CHE Technical Paper Series no. 33. CHE, University of York: York.
  • Jacobs R, Martin S, Goddard M, Gravelle H, Smith P. Informing the development of performance ratings: a report for the Commission for Health Improvement. CHE Technical Paper 32 (PDF , 662kb): York: Centre for Health Economics; 2004.
  • Jacobs, R., S. Martin, M. Goddard, H. Gravelle, and P.C. Smith. 2004. "Informing the Development of Performance Ratings: a report for the Commission for Health Improvement." 128p. Centre for Health Economics: York. Jacobs, R. and P.C. Smith. 2004. "A Descriptive analysis of Trust Star Ratings." Discussion Paper no. 189. University of York: York.
  • Jacobs, R., P.C. Smith, and M. Goddard. 2004. "Measuring Performance: an examination of composite performance indicators." CHE Technical Paper no. 29. University of York: York.
  • Jones, A.M. and N. Rice. 2004. "Using longitudinal data to investigate socio-economic inequality in health," in Health Policy and Economics: opportunities and challenges. P.C. Smith, L. Ginnelly and M. Sculpher eds. Berkshire: Open University Press, pp. 88-120.
  • Kuhn, M. 2004. "Delegation when agents care about autonomy." Department of Economics and Related Studies, University of York: DERS Discussion Paper 2004/10.
  • Mannion, R., H.T.O. Davies, and M. Marshall. 2004. Cultures for Performance in Health Care. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
  • Mannion, R. and M. Goddard. 2004. "General practitioners' assessments of hospital quality and performance." Clinical Governance, 9:1, pp. 42-47.
  • Mannion, R, M Goddard, M. Kuhn, and A. Bate. 2004. "Earned Autonomy in the NHS. Report for the Department of Health." Centre for Health Economics: York.
  • Parkin, D., N. Rice, A. Jacoby, and J. Doughty. 2004. "Use of a visual analogue scale in a daily patient diary: modelling cross-sectional time-series data on health-related quality of life." Social Science and Medicine, 59:2, pp. 351-60.
  • Richardson G, Godfrey L, Gravelle H, Watt I. Cost-effectiveness of implementing new guidelines for treatment of hypertension in general practice. British Journal of General Practice 2004;54(507):765-771.
  • Sheaff, R., R. Mannion, J. Schofield, B. Dowling, M. Marshall, and R. McNally. 2004. "Organisational Factors and Performance: a review of the literature. (WS15) A report submitted to NHS SDO Programme of Research on Organisational Form and Function." 181p +app.
  • Sheldon, T., N. Cullum, D. Dawson, A. Lankshear, K. Lowson, I. Watt, P. West, D. Wright, and J. Wright. 2004. "What's the evidence that NICE guidance has been implemented? Results from a national evaluation using time series analysis, audit of patient notes and interviews." British Medical Journal, 329, pp. 999.
  • Small, N. and R. Mannion. 2004. "Critical Health Economics," in Unmasking Health Management: a critical text. M. Learmonth and N. Harding eds. New York: Nova Science Publishers, pp. 57-73.
  • Smith, P.C. 2004. "Quality incentives: the challenges for research and policy." Journal of Health Services Research and Policy, 9:2, pp. 65-66.
  • Smith, P.C., C. Wong, and Y. Zhao. 2004. "Public Expenditure and Resource Allocation in the Health Sector in China." 43pp. Centre for Health Economics: University of York.
  • Smith, P.C. and N. York. 2004. "Quality incentives: the case of UK general practitioners." Health Affairs, 23:3, pp. 112-18.
  • Street, A. 2004. "Challenges of implementing a fixed price regime: lessons from the Roman Empire." In Activity Based Funding for Hospitals: English policy, international experience. J. Sussex and A. Street, eds. Office of Health Economics: Commonwealth Club, London, pp. 55-61.
  • Street, A. 2004. "Policy transfer in Kyrgyzstan: the case of General Practice fundholding," in Policy Transfer in Global Perspective. M. Evans ed. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd, pp. 113-27.
  • Street, A. and S. AbdulHussain. 2004. "Case study: what the NHS could learn from the Romans." The Times: p9: London.
  • Street, A. and S. AbdulHussain. 2004. "Would Roman soldiers fight for the financial flows regime? The re-issue of Diocletian's Edict in the English NHS." Public Money and Management, 24:5, pp. 301-8.
  • Street, A. and C. Bambra. 2004. "Health," in Handbook of Public Policy in Europe: Britain, France and Germany. H. Compston ed. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 277-89.
  • Street, A and K Lowson. 2004. "Payment by results: do tariffs stack up?" Health Service Journal, 114:5889, pp. 31.
  • Sussex, J. and A. Street eds. 2004. Activity Based Funding for Hospitals: English policy, international experience. London: Office of Health Economics.
  • Windmeijer F, Gravelle H, Hoonhout P. Waiting lists, waiting times and admissions: an empirical analysis. Institute for Fiscal Studies Working Paper WP04/35: London: Institute for Fiscal Studies; December 2004.