RAND's Health Insurance Experiment (HIE)

Bibliography of HIE Publications

Health Status Age: An Age Predictive Health Status Index.

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Abrahamse, Allen, and Arnold Kisch. 1975.

Site Selection for a Health Insurance Experiment.

Acton, Jan P.

1972. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. R-1095-OEO).

The Demand for Care Among the Urban Poor with Special Emphasis on the Role of Time.

Acton, Jan P.

1973. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Demand for Health Care When Time Prices Vary More Than Money Prices.

Acton, Jan P.

1974.

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Nonmonetary Factors in the Demand for Medical Services: Some Empirical Evidence

Acton, Jan P.

Journal of Political Economy 83:595-614, 1975.

Population Health Survey for 1968: Codebook and Marginals.

Acton, Jan P., Lindy J. Clark, and Robert J. Young.

1973a.

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Population Health Survey for 1969- 70: Codebook and Marginals.

Acton, Jan P., Lindy J. Clark, and Robert J. Young.

1973b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Thoughts on the Experimental Design for the Health Insurance Experiment.

Afifi, A. A.

1972. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Payment Incentives in a Social Experiment.

Andrée, Carolyn D.

1979. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. P-6410).

Do Payment Incentives Affect Response Time in a Social Experiment?

Andrée, Carolyn D.

1980. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Social Experimentation: Some Why's and How's

Archibald, Rae W., and Joseph P. Newhouse.

1988. Handbook of Systems Analysis, in vol. 2, ed. Hugh J. Miser and Edward S. Quade. New York: Elsevier. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation.

Optimal Insurance and Generalized Deductibles.

Arrow, Kenneth J.

1973a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Welfare Analysis of Changes in Health Coinsurance Rate.

Arrow, Kenneth J.

1973b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Two Notes on Inferring Long-Run Behavior from Social Experiments.

Arrow, Kenneth J.

1975. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Quality of Medical Care Assessment Using Outcome Measures: Eight Disease-Specific Applications.

Avery, Allyson D., et al.

1976. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Need and Demand for Periodontal Services: Implications for Dental Practice and Education

Bailit, Howard L., and Willard G. Manning.

1988. Journal of Dental Education, 52:458-462.

The Effect of Cost Sharing on the Quality of Dental Care

Bailit, Howard L., et al.

1984. Journal of Dental Education, 48:597-604.

Does More Generous Dental Insurance Coverage Improve Oral Health? A Study of Patient Cost-Sharing

Bailit, Howard L., et al.

1985. Journal of the American Dental Association, 110:701-707. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Dental Insurance and the Oral Health of Preschool Children

Bailit, Howard L., et al.

1986. Journal of the American Dental Association, 11 3:773-776.

Is Periodontal Disease the Primary Cause of Tooth Extraction in Adults?

Bailit, Howard L.

1987. Journal of the American Dental Association, 114:40-45.

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults: Hay Fever

Beck, Sjoerd, et al.

1981a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and measurement of physiologic Health for Adults: Hearing Loss.

Beck, Sjoerd, et al.

1981b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Children.

Beck, Sjoerd, et al.

1983. Vol. 1: Allergic Conditions. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults: Angina Pectoris.

Berman, Daniel M., et al.

1981. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Policy Issues in Quality Assurance.

Brook, Robert H.

1975. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Quality Assurance Mechanisms in the United States: From There to Where?

Brook, Robert H., and Allyson D. Avery.

1975. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. P-5520).

Quality Assessment: Issues of Definition and Measurement.

Brook, Robert H., and Allyson D. Avery.

1976a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Quality of Medical Care Assessment Using Outcome Measures: Executive Summary.

Brook, Robert H., and Allyson D. Avery.

1976b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Mechanisms for Assuring Quality of U.S. Medical Care Service: Past, Present, and Future.

Brook, Robert H., and Allyson D. Avery.

1977a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Quality Assurance and Cost Control in Ambulatory Care.

Brook, Robert H., and Allyson D. Avery.

1977b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Relationship Between Medical Malpractice and Quality of Care

Brook, Robert H., Rudy L. Brutoco, and Kathleen N. Williams.

1975. Duke Law Journal, 6:1197-1231. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Quality Assessment in Mental Health

Brook, Robert H., Caren J. Kamberg, and Kathleen N. Lohr.

1982. Professional Psychology, 13 (special issue): 34-39. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Quality of Care and Episodes of Respiratory Illness among Medicaid Patients in New Mexico

Brook, Robert H., and Kathleen N. Lohr.

1980. Annals of Internal Medicine, 92:99-106.

Quality of Care Assessment: Its Role in the 1980s

Brook, Robert H., and Kathleen N. Lohr.

198la. American Journal of Public Health, (editorial). 71:681-682.

The Definition of Quality and Approaches to Its Assessment.

Brook, Robert H., and Kathleen N. Lohr.

1981b. Review of Avedis Donabedian, Health Services Research 16 (Summer).

Quality Assurance in Medical Care: Lessons from the U.S. Experience

Brook, Robert H., and Kathleen N. Lohr.

1982a. Quality Assessment of Medical Care , In ed. H. K. Selbmann and K. K. Uberla, Gerlingen: Bleicher Verlag. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Second Opinion Programs: Beyond Cost-Benefit Analyses

Brook, Robert H., and Kathleen N. Lohr.

1982b. Medical Care, (editorial). 20:1-2.

Efficacy, Effectiveness, Variations, and Quality: Boundary-Crossing Research

Brook, Robert H., and Kathleen N. Lohr.

1985. Medical Care, 23:710-722.

Will We Need to Ration Effective Health Care?

Brook, Robert H., and Kathleen N. Lohr.

1986. Issues in Science and Technology, 3:68-77.

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults: Thyroid Disease.

Brook, Robert H., Kathleen N. Lohr, and George A. Goldberg.

1982. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Evaluating Quality of Health Care for the Disadvantaged: A Literature Review

Brook, Robert H., and Kathleen N. Williams.

1975. Journal of Community Health, 1: 132-156. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Assessment of Medical Care

Brook, Robert H., and Kathleen N. Williams.

1976a. New England Journal of Medicine, (letter to the editor). 295:118.

Effect of Medical Care Review on the Use of Injections: A Study of the New Mexico Experimental Medical Care Review Organization

Brook, Robert H., and Kathleen N. Williams.

1976b. Annals of Internal Medicine, 85:509-515. Also published as The Impact of the New Mexico Experimental Medical Care Review Organization on the Quality of the Use of Injections, Santa Monica: RAND Corporation.

Evaluation of the New Mexico Peer Review System, 1971 to 1973

Brook, Robert H., and Kathleen N. Williams.

1976c.Medical Care 14 (Suppl.): 11 - 122. Also published in Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Malpractice and the Quality of Care

Brook, Robert H., and Kathleen N. Williams.

1978. Annals of Internal Medicine, (editorial). 88:836-837.

Quality Assurance in the 20th Century: Will It Lead to Improved Health in the 21st?

Brook, Robert H., Kathleen N. Williams, and Allyson D. Avery.

1976. Quality Assurance in Health Care, In ed. R. H. Egdahl and P. M. Gertman. Germantown, Md.: Aspen Publications. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Controlling the Use and Cost of Medical Services: The New Mexico Experimental Medical Care Review Organization-A Four-Year Study

Brook, Robert H., Kathleen N. Williams, and John E. Rolph.

1978a. Medical Care, 16 (Suppl.). Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Use, Costs, and Quality of Medical Services: Impact of the New Mexico Peer Review System

Brook, Robert H., Kathleen N. Williams, and John E. Rolph.

1978b. Annals of Internal Medicine, 89:256-263.

Quality of Medical Care Assessment Using Outcome Measures: An Overview of the Method.

Brook, Robert H., et al.

1976. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Overview of Adult Health Status Measures Fielded in Rand's Health Insurance Study

Brook, Robert H., et al.

1979. Medical Care, 17 (Suppl.): 1 - 131. Also published as Conceptualization and Measurement of Health for Adults in the Health Insurance Study: Overview, Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults: Acne.

Brook, Robert H., et al.

1980a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults: Hypertension.

Brook, Robert H., et al.

1980b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults: Diabetes Mellitus.

Brook, Robert H., et al.

1981a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. R-2262/7-HHS).

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults: Hypercholesterolemia.

Brook, Robert H., et al.

1981b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Does Free Care Improve Adults' Health?

Brook, Robert H., et al.

1984a. New England Journal of Medicine, 310:1468-70. (Response to letters to editor.)

The Effect of Coinsurance on the Health of adults: Results from the RAND Health Insurance Experiment.

Brook, Robert H., et al.

1984b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. Abridged version published as "Does Free Care Improve Adults' Health? Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial," New England Journal of Medicine 309 (8 December 1983):1426-34.

Quality of Ambulatory Care: Epidemiology and Comparison by Insurance Status and Income

Brook, Robert H., et al.

1990. Medical Care 28:392-410.

Lessons Learnedfrom the Administration of the Rand Health Insurance Experiment.

Brown, Marie E.

1984. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Fee-for-Service Health Care Expenditures: Evidence of Selection Effects Among Subscribers Who Choose HMOs

Buchanan, Joan, and Shan Cretin.

1986. Medical Care, 24:39-51. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Simulating Health Expenditures Under Alternative Insurance Plans

Buchanan, Joan L., et al.

1991. Management Science, 37:1067-90.

Equilibrium in Insurance Markets with Asymmetric Information and Adverse Selection.

Cave, Jonathan.

1984. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

A New Method of Power Approximation with Application to the Wilcoxon Statistics

Chow, Winston K., and S. Bjerve.

1984. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics 11:29-37.

Mental Health, Dental Services, and Other Coverage in the HIS.

Clasquin, Lorraine A.

1973. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Rules of Operation for the Health Insurance Study.

Clasquin, Lorraine A., and Marie E. Brown.

1977. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Factors Affecting Laboratory Test Use and Prices

Danzon, Patricia M., Willard G. Manning, and M. Susan Marquis.

1984a. Health Care Financing Review, 5(4):23-32.

Factors Affecting Laboratory Test Use and Prices: Executive Summary.

Danzon, Patricia M., Willard G. Manning, and M. Susan Marquis.

1984b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Oral Health Status and Use of Dental Services: Will Improved Health Lead to Decreased Demand?

Davies, Allyson R., Howard L. Bailit, and Susan Holtby.

1985. Journal of Dental Education, 49:427-433.

Measuring Health Perceptions in the Health Insurance Experiment.

Davies, Allyson R., and John E. Ware, Jr.

1981a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Measuring Patient Satisfaction with Dental Care

1981b. Social Science and Medicine, 15A:751-760. Abridged version published as D evelopment of a Dental Satisfaction Questionnaire for the Health Insurance Experiment, Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Consumer Acceptance of Prepaid and Fee-for-Service Medical Care: Results from a Controlled Trial

Davies, Allyson R., et al.

1986. Health Services Research, 21:429-452.

Explaining Dental Utilization.

Davies, Allyson R., et al.

1987. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Scoring Manual: Adult Health Status and Patient Satisfaction Measures Used in RAND's Health Insurance Experiment.

Davies, Allyson R., et al.

1988. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Quantification of Social Contacts and Resources.

Donald, Cathy A., and John E. Ware, Jr.

1982. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Measurement of Social Support

Donald, Cathy A., and John E. Ware, Jr.

1984. Research in Community and Mental Health, In ed. J. F. Greenley. Westport, Conn.: JAI Press.

Conceptualization and Measurement of Health for Adults in the Health Insurance Study: Social Health.

Donald, Cathy A., et al.

1978. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Physician Conduct and Other Factors That Influence Patient Satisfaction

Doyle, B. J., and John E. Ware, Jr.

1977. Journal of Medical Education, 52:793-801. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Models for Human Exposure to Air Pollution

Duan, Naihua.

1982. Environment International, 8:305-309. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Smearing Estimate: A Nonparametric Retransformation Method

Duan, Naihua.

1983. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 78:605-610.

A Comparison of Alternative Models for the Demand for Medical Care.

Duan, Naihua, et al.

1982. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. Abridged version published in Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 1 (April 1983):115-126.

Choosing Between the Sample-Selection Model and the Multi-Part Model

Duan, Naihua, et al.

1984. Journal of Business and Economic Statistics, 2:283 -289.

Comments on Selectivity Bias (Response to G. S. Maddala)

Duan, Naihua, et al.

1986. Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research, In ed. Richard Scheffler and Louis Rossiter. Vol. 6. Westport, Conn.: JAI Press.

Use and Maintenance of a Data Dictionary.

Dunn, William C., and Beatrice Yormark.

1974. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Measuring Components of Children's Health Status.

Eisen, Marvin B., et al.

1979. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. Abridged version published in Medical Care 17:902-921.

Conceptualization and Measurement of Health for Children in the Health Insurance Study.

Eisen, Marvin B., et al.

1980. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Episodes-of-Illness Processing System.

Fowler, William, Emmett Keeler, and Joan Keesey.

1981. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. N-1745-HHS).

Measurement of Physiologic Health for Children.

Foxman, Betsy, Kathleen N. Lohr, and Robert H. Brook.

1983. Vol. 5: Anemia, Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Childhood Enuresis: Prevalence, Perceived Impact, and Prescribed Treatments

Foxman, Betsy, R. Burciaga Valdez, and Robert H. Brook.

1986. Pediatrics, 76:482-487.

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults. Vol. 8: Chronic Obstructive Airway Disease.

Foxman, Betsy K., et al.

1982. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Chronic Bronchitis: Prevalence, Smoking Habits, Impact, and Antismoking Advice

Foxman, Betsy K., et al.

1986a. Preventive Medicine, 15:624-631.

Measurement of Physiologic Health of Children.

Foxman, Betsy K., et al.

1986b. Vol. 6: Urinary Tract Infection.

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Effect of Cost Sharing on the Use of Antibiotics in Ambulatory Care: Results from a Population-Based Randomized Controlled Trial

Foxman, Betsy K., et al.

1987. Journal of Chronic Diseases, 40:429-437. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Health Insurance Experiment's Guidelines for Abstracting Health Services Rendered by Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound.

Goldberg, George A.

1983. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Site Selection Criteria for the Health Insurance Study.

Held, Philip J.

1985. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Copayments and Demand for Medical Care: The California Medicaid Experience

Helms, L. Jay, Joseph P. Newhouse, and Charles E. Phelps.

1978. Bell Journal of Economics, 9:192-208. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Application of Data Base Concepts in Operationalizing the Archiving and Retrieval of Panel Study Data.

Hurley, Jeanne S.

1975. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Income Group Differences in Relationships Among Survey Measures of Physical and Mental Health

Johnston, Shawn A., and John E. Ware, Jr.

1976. Health Services Research, 11:416-429. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Health for Adults: Use of Hypnotic and Anxiolytic Drugs.

Kamberg, Caren J., et al.

1982. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Measurement of Physiologic Health for Children.

Kamberg, Caren J., et al.

1983. Vol. 3: Seizure Disorders. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Effects of Cost-Sharing on Use of Medical Services and Health

Keeler, Emmett B.

1992. Medical Practice Management

Discounting of Life-Saving and Other Nonmonetary Effects

Keeler, Emmett B., and Shan Cretin.

1983. Management Science, 29:300-306. Also published as Discounting of Nonmonetary Effects, Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Episodes-of-Illiness Processing System.

Keeler, Emmett B., and Joan Keesey.

1985. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Demand for Episodes of Mental Health Services

Keeler, Emmett B., Willard G. Manning, and Kenneth B. Wells.

1988. Journal of Health Economics, 7:369-392. Also published under the same title, Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

What Will the Market Be for Supplementary Insurance under National Health Insurance?

Keeler, Emmett B., Daniel W. Morrow, and Joseph P. Newhouse.

1977. Journal of Political Economy, 85:789-802. Also published as Demand for Supplementary Health Insurance, or Do Deductibles Matter? Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Deductibles and the Demand for Medical Services: The Theory of the Consumer Facing a Variable Price Schedule Under Uncertainty.

Keeler, Emmett, Joseph Newhouse, and Charles Phelps.

1974. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. Revised and published as "Deductibles and Demand: A Theory of the Consumer Facing a Variable Price Schedule Under Uncertainty," Econometrica, 45 (April 1977):641-655.

The Choice Between Family and Individual Deductibles in Health Insurance.

Keeler, Emmett B., Daniel A. Relles, and John E. Rolph.

1975. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. Abridged version published in Journal of Economic Theory, 16 (1977):220-227.

An Empirical Study of the Differences Between Family and Individual Deductibles in Health Insurance

Keeler, Emmett B., Daniel A. Relles, and John E. Rolph.

1977. Inquiry, 14:269-277.

How Cost Sharing Reduced Medical Spending of Participants in the Health Insurance Experiment

Keeler, Emmett B., and John E. Rolph.

1983. JAMA, 249:2220-22.

The Demand for Episodes of Treatment in the Health Insurance Experiment

Keeler, Emmett B., and John E. Rolph.

1988. Journal of Health Economics, 7:301-422.

Markov and Other Models of Episodes of Mental Health Treatment

Keeler, Emmett B., Kenneth B. Wells, and Willard G. Manning.

1988. Advances in Health Economics and Health Services, In ed. Richard Scheffler and Louis Rossiter. Vol. 8. Westport, Conn.: JAI Press.

The Demand for Episodes of Medical Services: Interim Results from the Health Insurance Experiment.

Keeler, Emmett B., et al.

1982. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

How Free Care Reduced Hypertension in the Health Insurance Experiment.

Keeler, Emmett B., et al.

1985. Journal of the American Medical Association, 254:1926-3 1. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Demand for Episodes of Mental Health Services.

Keeler, Emmett B., et al.

1986. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Effects of Cost Sharing on Physiological Health, Health Practices, and Worry

Keeler, Emmett B., et al.

1987. Health Services Research, 22:279-306.

The Demand for Episodes of Medical Treatment in the Health Insurance Experiment.

Keeler, Emmett B., et al.

1988. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The External Costs of a Sedentary Life Style

Keeler, Emmett B., et al.

1989. American Journal of Public Health, 79:975-981.

Health Status Assessment in the Health Insurance Study

Kisch, Arnold, and Paul Torrens.

1974. Inquiry, 11:40-52.

Estimating the Errors in Hours of Work and Wage Rates.

Leibowitz, Arleen.

1979. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Measurement of Labor Cost,

Leibowitz, Arleen.

1983. "Fringe Benefits in Employee Compensation." In ed. Jack E. Triplett. Studies in Income and Wealth, no. 48. Chicago: University of Chicago Press for the National Bureau of Economic Research. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Measuring the Value of Time in Medical Care Analyses.

Leibowitz, Arleen.

1984. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Preventive Health Care for Children and Cost Containment: Proceedings of a Conference Held in Phoenix, Arizona, October 28-30, 1984.

Leibowitz, Arleen.

1985. "Research and Development and Its Role in Policy Development." In Washington, D.C.: Center for Policy Research and National Governors Association.

Substitution between Prescribed and Over-the-Counter Medicines.

Leibowitz, Arleen.

1989. Medical Care, 27:85-94.

The Response of Births to Changes in Health Care Costs.

Leibowitz, Arleen.

1990. Journal of Human Resources, 25:697-711.

The Demand for Prescription Drugs as a Function of Cost Sharing

Leibowitz, Arleen, et al.

1985a. Social Science and Medicine, 21:1063-70. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Effect of Cost Sharing on the Use of Medical Services by Children: Interim Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial

Leibowitz, Arleen, et al.

1985b. Pediatrics, 75:942-951. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Preventive Medical Care: Standards, Usage, and Efficacy.

Lillard, Lee A., et al.

1986. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Quality of Care in Episodes of Common Respiratory Infections in a Disadvantaged Population.

Lohr, Kathleen N.

1980a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Test Reduction

Lohr, Kathleen N.

1980b. British Medical Journal, (letter to the editor). 281:1285.

Quality Assurance for Health Administrators.

Lohr, Kathleen N.

1983. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Concepts and Tools for an Effective Quality-Assurance Program

Lohr, Kathleen N.

1985. Health Management Quarterly, Spring: 2-5, 17.

Professional Peer Review in a 'Competitive' Medical Market

Lohr, Kathleen N.

1985-86. Case Western Reserve Law Review, 36:1175-89.

Quality Assurance and Clinical Pharmacy: Lessons from Medicine

Lohr, Kathleen N., and Robert H. Brook.

1981. Drug Intelligence and Clinical Pharmacy, 15:758-765.

Quality Assurance in Medicine: Experience in the Public Sector.

Lohr, Kathleen N., and Robert H. Brook.

1984. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. Abridged version published in American Behavioral Scientist

27:583-607.

Quality of Care in the New Mexico Medicaid Program (1971-1975).

Lohr, Kathleen N., Robert H. Brook, and Michael A. Kaufman.

1980. Medical Care, 18 (Suppl.):1-129. Also published under the same title, Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Medicare and Medicaid: Past, Present, and Future.

Lohr, Kathleen N., and M. Susan Marquis.

1984. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Measurement of Physiologic Health for Children.

Lohr, Kathleen N., et al.

1983. Vol. 2: Middle Ear Disease and Hearing Impairment. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Chronic Disease in a General Adult Population: Findings from the RAND Health Insurance Experiment

Lohr, Kathleen N., et al.

1986a. Western Journal of Medicine, 145:537-545. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults: Overview of Chronic Disease in a General Adult Population.

Lohr, Kathleen N., et al.

1986b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Use of Medical Care in the Rand Health Insurance Experiment: Diagnosis- and Service-Specific Analyses in a Randomized Controlled Trial

Lohr, Kathleen N., et al.

1986c. Medical Care, 24 (Suppl.): S1-87. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Preventive Care: Do We Practice What We Preach?

Lurie, Nicole, et al.

1987. American Journal of Public Health, 77:801-804.

How Free Care Improved Vision in the Health Insurance Experiment.

Lurie, Nicole, et al.

1989. American Journal of Public Health, 79:640-642.

The Use of Pathology Services: A Comparison of Fee-for-Service and a Prepaid Group Practice.

Manning, Willard G.

1983. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Monte Carlo Evidence on the Choice Between Sample Selection and Two-Part Models.

Manning, Willard G., Naihua Duan, and William H. Rogers.

1987. Journal of Econometrics, 35:59-82.

Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Systems Science in Health Care,

Manning, Willard G., Lee A. Lillard, and Charles E. Phelps.

1984. "Preventive Medical Care and Its Consequences: The Effect of a Randomly Assigned Physical Examination." In ed. W. van Eimeren, R. Engelbrecht, and Charles Flagle. New York: Springer Verlag.

Health Insurance: Trade-Off Between Risk Sharing and Moral Hazard.

Manning, Willard G., and M. Susan Marquis.

1989. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Status of Health in Demand Estimation: Beyond Excellent, Good, Fair, and Poor

Manning, Willard G., Jr., Joseph P. Newhouse, and John E. Ware, Jr.

1982. Economic Aspects of Health, In ed. Victor R. Fuchs. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Dental Care Demand: Point Estimates and Implications for National Health Insurance

Manning, Willard G., and Charles E. Phelps.

1979. Bell Journal of Economics, 10 (Autumn). Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Effect of Psychological Distress and Psychological Well-Being on the Use of Medical Services.

Manning, Willard G., and Kenneth B. Wells.

1992. Medical Care, 30:541-553.

Use of Outpatient Mental Health Care: Trial of a Prepaid Group Practice Versus Fee-for-Service.

Manning, Willard G., Kenneth B. Wells, and Bernadette Benjamin.

1986. Journal of Human Resources, 21:293-320. A longer version with the same title is available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Use of Outpatient Mental Health Services Over Time in a Health Maintenance Organization and Fee-for-Service Plans.

Manning, Willard G., Kenneth B. Wells, and Bernadette Benjamin.

1987. American Journal of Psychiatry, 144:283-287.

Effects of Mental Health Insurance: Evidence from the Health Insurance Experiment.

Manning, Willard G., et al.

1980. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

A Two-Part Model of the Demand for Medical Care: Preliminary Results from the Health Insurance Study

Manning, Willard G., et al.

1981. Health, Economics, and Health Economics, In ed. Jacques van der Gaag and Mark Perlman. Amsterdam: North Holland. Also available in Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. R-2705-HHS).

A Controlled Trial of the Effect of a Prepaid Group Practice on the Utilization of Medical Services.

Manning, Willard G., et al.

1984a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. Abridged version published in New England Journal of Medicine, 310:1505-10, 1984; reprinted in Evaluation Studies Review Manual, vol. 10, ed. Linda Aiken and Barbara Kehrer, Beverly Hills: Sage, 1985.

Cost Sharing and the Use of Ambulatory Mental Health Services

Manning, Willard G., et al.

1984b. American Psychologist, 39:1077-89.

A Response to Drs. Ellis and McGuire

Manning, Willard G., et al.

1984c. American Psychologist, 39:1197-99.

The Demand for Dental Care: Evidence from a Randomized Trial in Health Insurance.

Manning, Willard G., et al.

1985. Journal of the American Dental Association, 110:895-902. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

How Cost Sharing Affects the Use of Ambulatory Mental Health Services

Manning, Willard G., et al.

1986. JAMA, 256:1930-34.

Health Insurance and the Demandfor Medical Care: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment.

Manning, Willard G., et al.

1987. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. R-3476-HHS). Abridged version published in American Economic Review, 77:251-277.

The Effects of Mental Health Insurance: Evidence from the Health Insurance Experiment.

Manning, Willard G., et al.

1989a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Taxes of Sin: Do Smokers and Drinkers Pay Their Way?

Manning, Willard G., et al.

1989b. Journal of the American Medical Association, 261:1604-09.

The Methodology Used to Measure Health Care Consumption During the First Year of the Health Insurance Experiment.

Marquis, Kent H.

1977. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Inferring Health Interview Response Bias from Imperfect Record Checks.

Marquis, Kent H.

1978a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Record Check Validity of Survey Responses: A Reassessment of Bias in Reports of Hospitalizations.

Marquis, Kent H. 1978b.

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. R-2319).

Evaluation of Health Diary Data in the Health Insurance Study.

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Some Implicit Assumptions in Survey Measurement Error Estimation Using Record Checks.

Marquis, Kent H.

1979b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Hospital Stay Response Error Estimates for the Health Insurance Study's Baseline Survey

Marquis, Kent H.

1981. Health, Economics, and Health Economics, In ed. Jacques van der Gaag and Mark Perlman. Amsterdam: North Holland. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Measurement of Expenditures for Physician and Dental Services: Methodological Findings from the Health Insurance Study

Marquis, Kent H., M. Susan Marquis, and Joseph P. Newhouse.

1976. Medical Care 14:913-931. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Costs, Financing, and Distributional Effects of a Catastrophic Supplement to Medicare.

Marquis, M. Susan.

1979. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Distributive Impact of a Medicare Catastrophic Benefit

Marquis, M. Susan.

1982a. Economics of Health Care, In ed. Jacques van der Gaag, William B. Neenan, and Theodore Tsukahara. New York: Praeger.

Laboratory Test Ordering by Physicians: The Effect of Reimbursement Policies.

Marquis, M. Susan.

1982b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Consumers' Knowledge about Their Health Insurance Coverage

Marquis, M. Susan.

1983. Health Care Financing Review, 5(1):65-80. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Cost-Sharing and Provider Choice.

Marquis, M. Susan.

1985. Journal of Health Economics, 4:137-157. Also published as

Cost Sharing and the Patients' Choice of Provider,

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Characteristics of Health Insurance Coverage: Descriptive and Methodological Findings from the Health Insurance Experiment.

Marquis, M. Susan.

1986. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Adverse Selection with a Multiple Choice Among Health Insurance Plans: A Simulation Analysis.

Marquis, M. Susan.

1992. Journal of Health Economics, 11:129-151.

Mandating Health Insurance Benefits for Employees: Effects on Health Care Use and Employer Cost.

Marquis, M. Susan, and Joan L. Buchanan.

1989. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Subsidies and National Health Care Reform: The Effect on Workers' Demand for Health Insurance Coverage

Marquis, M. Susan, and Joan L. Buchanan.

1992. Health Benefits and the Workforce., In Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Patient Satisfaction and Change in Medical Care Provider: A Longitudinal Study.

Marquis, M. Susan, Allyson R. Davies, and John E. Ware, Jr.

1983. Medical Care, 21:821-829. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Change in Medical Provider: A Causal Analysis of the Consequences of Patient Dissatisfaction

Marquis, M. Susan, Allyson R. Davies, and John E. Ware, Jr.

1985. Advances in Consumer Research, 12. Westport, Conn.: JAI Press.

Health Status and Health Care Use of Uninsured Workers

Marquis, M. Susan, and Ellen R. Hanison.

1992. Health Benefits and the Workforce., In Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office.

Choice Under Uncertainty and the Demand for Health Insurance.

Marquis, M. Susan, and Martin R. Holmer.

1986. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Measurement Evaluation of the Health Insurance Study Screening Interview.

Marquis, M. Susan, and Kent H. Marquis.

1977a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Survey Measurement Design and Evaluation Using Reliability Theory.

Marquis, M. Susan, and Kent H. Marquis.

1977b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Demand for Supplementary Health Insurance.

Marquis, M. Susan, and Charles E. Phelps.

1985. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Price Elasticity and Adverse Selection in the Demand for Supplementary Health Insurance

Marquis, M. Susan, and Charles E. Phelps.

1987. Economic Inquiry, 25 (April):299-313.

Rand Master Input Tape (RMIT): Description.

Mills, Helene R.

1978a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. RCC-1550/11).

Rand Master Input Tape Generator System (RMITGEN): System Description.

Mills, Helene R.

1978b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. RCC-1550/12).

Rand Master Input Tape Generator System (RMITGEN): User's Manual.

Mills, Helene R.

1979. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. RCC-1550/13).

Basic Elements of Financing National Health Insurance.

Mitchell, Bridger M.

1976. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

National Health Insurance: Some Costs and Effects of Mandated Employee Coverage.

Mitchell, Bridger M., and Charles E. Phelps.

1976. Journal of Political Economy, 84:553-511. Also published as Employer-Paid Group Health Insurance and the Costs of Mandated National Coverage, Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Financing of National Health Insurance

Mitchell, Bridger M., and William B. Schwartz.

1976a. Science, 192:621-636. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Strategies for Financing National Health Insurance: Who Wins and Who Loses

Mitchell, Bridger M., and William B. Schwartz.

1976b. New England Journal of Medicine, 295:866-871.

Health and Taxes: An Assessment of the Medical Deduction

Mitchell, Bridger M., and Ronald Vogel.

1975. Southern Economic Journal, 41:660672. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

A Finite Selection Model for Experimental Design of the Health Insurance Study.

Morris, Carl N.

1979. Journal of Econometrics, 11:43-61.

Nonresponse Issues in Public Policy Experiments, with Emphasis on the Health Insurance Study.

Morris, Carl N.

1980. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. Also published in Committee on National Statistics, National Research Council, Symposium on Incomplete Data: Preliminary Proceedings, Panel on Incomplete Data, Washington, D.C., 1979; in Incomplete Data in Sample Surveys, vol. 3, chap. 15, 313-325, New York: Academic Press, 1983.

Sample Selection in the Health Insurance Experiment: Comparing the Enrolled and Nonenrolled Populations.

Morris, Carl N.

1985. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Data Analysis Using Stein's Estimator and Its Generalization.

Morris, Carl, and Bradley Efron.

1975. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 170:311-319. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

On the Theory and Practice of Obtaining Unbiased and Efficient Samples in Social Surveys and Experiments

Morris, Carl N., Joseph P. Newhouse, and Rae W. Archibald.

1979. Experimental Economics, In vol. 1, ed. Vernon L. Smith. Westport, Conn.: JAI Press. Reprinted in Evaluation Studies Review Annual, vol. 5, ed. Ernst Stromsdorfer and George Farkas, Beverly Hills: Sage, 1980. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Do Families Get Family Care?

Murata, Paul J., and Robert L. Kane.

1987. Journal of the American Medical Association, 257:1912-15.

A Design for a Health Insurance Experiment

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1974a. Inquiry, 11:5-27.

The Health Insurance Study: A Summary.

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1974b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. R-965-1-OEO).

The Health Insurance Study: Response to Hester and Leveson

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1974c. Inquiry, 11:236-241.

Informed Consent and Social Experimentation

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1974d. Ethical and Legal Issues of Social Experimentation, In ed. Alice M. Rivlin and P Michael Timpane. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Issues in the Analysis and Design of the Experimental Portion of the Health Insurance Study.

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1974e. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. Also published inProceedings of the Social Statistics Section,American Statistics Association, 1973.

Forecasting Demand for Medical Care for the Purpose of Planning Health Services

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1975. Systems Aspects of Health Planning: Proceedings of the IIASA Conference, Baden, Austria, August 20-22, 1974, In ed. Mark Thompson and Norman T. Bailey, Amsterdam: North Holland. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Comments on Evaluation of Social Experiments

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1976a. The Evaluation of Social Programs, In ed. Clark Abt. Beverly Hills: Sage.

Health Care Cost Sharing and Cost Containment

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1976b. National Health Insurance, In Vol. 3: Major Issues. Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, U.S. House of Representatives, 94th Cong., 2d sess. (Serial 94-91). Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Health: A Victim or Cause of Inflation

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1976c. "Inflation and Health Insurance," In ed. Michael Zubkoff, New York: Milbank Memorial Fund. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Medical Care Expenditure: A Cross-National Survey.

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1977. Journal of Human Resources, 12:115-125. Also published as I

ncome and Medical Care Expenditure Across Countries,

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Insurance Benefits, Out-of-Pocket Payments, and the Demand for Medical Care: A Review of the Literature

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1978a. Health and Medical Care Services Review, 14:1, 3-5. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Report of the National Commission on the Cost of Medical Care.

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1978b. "National Health Insurance." In Vol. 2:

Collected Papers,

Chicago: American Medical Association. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Medical Costs and Medical Market: Another View

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1979. New England Journal of Medicine, 300:855-856. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

National Health Insurance: What Now, What Later What Never?

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1980a. "Cost Sharing as a Cost Containment Strategy: Comments on Laurence Seidman's Paper." In ed. Mark Pauly. Washington, D.C.: American Enterprise Institute. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Rationing of Medical Services: Professional Ethics, Governmental Regulation, or Markets?

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1980b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. Also published as "Rationing of Medical Services: Comments on Culyer, Maynard, and Williams; Reinhardt; and Stahl," in A New Approach to the Economics of Health Care, ed. Mancur Olson, Washington, D.C.: American Enterprise Institute, 1981.

The Demand for Medical Care Services: A Retrospect and Prospect

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1981a. Health, Economics, and Health Economics, In ed. Jacques van der Gaag and Mark Perlman. Amsterdam: North Holland. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research,

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1981b. "The Erosion of the Medical Marketplace." In vol. 2, ed. Richard Scheffler, Westport, Conn.: JAI Press. Nontechnical version published as "The Structure of Health Insurance and the Erosion of Competition in the Medical Marketplace," in Competition in the Health Care Sector: Past, Present, Future, ed. Warren Greenberg, Germantown, Md.: Aspen Systems Corporation, 1978; nontechnical version reprinted in Profile of Medical Practice 1979, Chicago: American Medical Association.

Competition in Health Care.

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1982a. "Assessing the Impact of Cost Sharing in Health Care Utilization and Expenditures: Interim Results from the Rand Study." In National Health Policy Forum, Washington, D.C.

Austerity in Public Medical Care Programs: Miserliness or Economic Response?

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1982b. Journal of Health Economics, 1:210-214. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Is Competition the Answer?

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1982c. Journal of Health Economics, 1:109-116. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Should Medical Care Be Free? Cost Sharing and Health Financing Policy.

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1982d. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1982e. "A Summary of the RAND Health Insurance Study." 387:111-114.

Proposed New Cost Sharing and the Costs of Medicare: Statement to the Committee on Aging and the Committee on Finance,

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1983. U.S. Senate, April 13, 1983, and May 16, 1983. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Cost Sharing for Medical Care Service

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1984. Testimony before the Subcommittee on Defense of the Senate Appropriations Committee, 12 June 1984. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Experimentation as Part of a Social Science Research Strategy

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1985. Testimony before the Committee on Science and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, 18 September 1985. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Project Evaluation

Newhouse, Joseph P.

1986. "Using Social Science Experiments to Improve the Appraisal of Social Programs." 1:39-42.

Overview of Health Insurance Study Publications.

Newhouse, Joseph P, and Rae W. Archibald.

1978. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Relationship between Medical Resources and Measures of Health: Some Additional Evidence

Newhouse, Joseph P., and Lindy J. Friedlander.

1980. Journal of Human Resources 15:200-218. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Allocation of Resources in Medical Care from an Economic Viewpoint: Remarks to the XXIX World Assembly of the World Medical Association and Commentary.

Newhouse, Joseph P., and George A. Goldberg.

1976. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Free for All? Lessons from the RAND Health Insurance Experiment

Newhouse, Joseph P., and the Insurance Experiment Group, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press,

1993.

The Norms Hypothesis and the Demand for Medical Care.

Newhouse, Joseph P., and M. Susan Marquis.

1978. Journal of Human Resources, 13 (Suppl.):159-182. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Economics of Health and Medical Care: Proceedings of a Conference of the International Economics Association,

Newhouse, Joseph P., and Charles E. Phelps.

1974. "Price and Income Elasticities for Medical Care Services." In ed. Shigeto Tsuru and Mark Perlman. London: Macmillan. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Impact of Health Insurance on the Health Services Sector,

Newhouse, Joseph P., and Charles E. Phelps.

1976. "New Estimates of Price and Income Elasticities for Medical Care Services." In ed. Richard Rosett. New York: National Bureau of Economic Research.

On Having Your Cake and Eating It Too: An Analysis of Estimated Effects of Insurance on Demand for Medical Care.

Newhouse, Joseph P., and Charles E. Phelps.

1980. Journal of Econometrics, 13:365-390. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Policy Options and the Impact of National Health Insurance

Newhouse, Joseph P., Charles E. Phelps, and William B. Schwartz.

1974. New England Journal of Medicine, 290:1345-59; reprinted in Benefit-Cost and Policy Analysis, 1974, ed. Richard Zeckhauser, Chicago: Aldine, 1975; and in Public Expenditure and Policy Analysis, 2d ed., ed. Robert H. Haveman and Julius Margolis, Chicago: Rand McNally College Publishing Company, 1977. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

How Sophisticated Are Consumers About the Medical Care Delivery System?

Newhouse, Joseph P., John E. Ware, Jr., and C. A. Donald.

1981. Medical Care, 19:316-328. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Design Improvements in the Second Generation of Social Experiments: The Health Insurance Study.

Newhouse, Joseph P., et al.

1979. Journal of Econometrics, 11:117-129. Also published as

Measurement Issues in the Second Generation of Social Experiments: The Health Insurance Study,

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Effect of Deductibles on the Demand for Medical Care Services.

Newhouse, Joseph P., et al.

1980. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 75:525-535. Also published as

An Estimate of the Impact of Deductibles on the Demand for Medical Care Services.

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Does the Geographical Distribution of Physicians Reflect Market Failure?

Newhouse, Joseph P., et al.

1982a. Bell Journal of Economics, 13:483-505. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Some Interim Results from a Controlled Trial of Cost Sharing in Health Insurance.

Newhouse, Joseph P., et al.

1982b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. Abridged version in New England Journal of Medicine 305 (17 December 1981):1501-07; and in Evaluation Studies Review Annual, vol. 10, ed. Linda H. Aiken and Barbara H. Kehrer. Beverly Hills: Sage, 1985.

Where Have All the Doctors Gone?

Newhouse, Joseph P., et al.

1982c. Journal of the American Medical Association, 247:2392-96. Also published as How Have Location Patterns of Physicians Affected the Availability of Medical Services? Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

A Controlled Trial in Dental and Medical Insurance.

Newhouse, Joseph P., et al.

1983. Journal of the American Dental Association, 106:173-177.

Are Fee-for-Service Costs Increasing Faster than HMO Costs?

Newhouse, Joseph P., et al.

1985. Medical Care, 23:960-966.

The Findings of the Rand Health Insurance Experiment--A Response to Welch et al.

Newhouse, Joseph P., et al.

1987. Medical Care, 25:157-179.

Health Care Financing Review

Newhouse, Joseph P., et al.

1989. "Adjusting Capitation Rates Using Objective Health Measures and Prior Utilization." 10(3):41-54.

The Impact of Cost-Sharing on Emergency Department Use

O'Grady, Kevin, et al.

1985. New England Journal of Medicine, 313:484-490. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Demand for Health Insurance-A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation.

Phelps, Charles E.

1973. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Benefit-Cost Analysis of Quality Assurance Programs

Phelps, Charles E.

1976a. Quality Assurance in Health Care, In ed. Paul Gertman and Richard Egdahl. New York: Aspen Systems.

The Role of Health Insurance in the Health Services Sector,

Phelps, Charles E.

1976b. "The Demand for Reimbursement Insurance." In ed. Richard N. Rosett. New York: National Bureau of Economic Research.

Experience Rating in Medical Malpractice Insurance.

Phelps, Charles E.

1978a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Illness Prevention and Medical Insurance

Phelps, Charles E.

1978b. Journal of Human Resources, 13 (Suppl.):183-207.

Insurance Benefits and Their Impact on Health Care Costs.

Phelps, Charles E.

1978c. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

National Health Insurance: What Now, What Later, What Never?

Phelps, Charles E.

1980. "National Health Insurance by Regulation: Mandated Employee Benefits." In ed. Mark V. Pauly. Washington, D.C.: American Enterprise Institute. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Taxing Health Insurance: How Much Is Enough?

Phelps, Charles E.

1983. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Social Security Bulletin

Phelps, Charles E., and Joseph P. Newhouse.

1972a. "The Effects of Coinsurance: A Multivariate Analysis." 35(6):20-29.

The Effects of Coinsurance on Demandfor Physician Services.

Phelps, Charles E., and Joseph P. Newhouse.

1972 b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. R-976-OEO).

Coinsurance, the Price of Time, and the Demand for Medical Services

Phelps, Charles E., and Joseph P. Newhouse.

1974. Review of Economics and Statistics, 56:334-342. Revised version published as Coinsurance and the Demand for Medical Services, Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. R-964-l-OEO).

Collecting Evaluation Data: Problems and Solutions,

Rogers, William H., and Joseph P. Newhouse.

1985. "Measuring Unfiled Claims in the Health Insurance Experiment." In ed. Leigh Burstein, Howard E. Freeman, and Peter H. Rossi. Beverly Hills: Sage.

Conceptualization and Measurement of Health for Adults in the Health Insurance Study.

Rogers, William H., Kathleen N. Williams, and Robert H. Brook.

1979. Vol. 7: Power Analysis for Health Status Measures. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Communications in Statistics--Theory and Methods

Rolph, John E.

1975. "Choosing Shrinkage Estimators for Regression Problems." A5(9):789-802. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Some Statistical Evidence on Merit Rating in Medical Malpractice Insurance.

Rolph, John E.

1981. Journal of Risk and Insurance, 48:247-260. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults.

Rosenthal, Marc, et al.

1981. Vol. 5:

Congestive Heart Failure.

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Use of Survey Questions to Measure Presence of Visual Impairment: Findings from the Rand Health Insurance Experiment.

Rubenstein, Randi S., and Kathleen N. Lohr.

1983. American Journal of Public Health, 73:1331-32.

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults.

Rubenstein, Randi S., et al.

1982. Vol. 12:

Vision Impairments.

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults.

Rubenstein, Randi S., et al.

1983. Vol. 15:

Surgical Conditions.

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Psychosocial Characteristics of Candidates for the Prospective Evaluation of Radial Keratotomy (PERK) Study

Rubenstein, Randi S., et al.

1984. Archives of Ophthalmology, 102:1187-92.

Measurement of Physiologic Health for Children.

Rubenstein, Randi S., et al.

1985. Vol. 4:

Vision Impairments.

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Changing Geographic Distribution of Board-Certified Physicians: Facts, Theory, and Implications

Schwartz, William B., et al.

1980. New England Journal of Medicine, 303:1032-38. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults.

Scott, Bonnie, et al.

1980. Vol. 6: Anemia. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults: Joint Disorders.

Scott, Bonnie, et al.

1981. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Finite Selection Model: Description and User's Guide.

Seda, Martin, and Joan Keesey.

1980. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Effects of Cost Sharing on Seeking Care for Serious and Minor Symptoms: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial

Shapiro, Martin E., John E. Ware, Jr., and Cathy D. Sherbourne.

1986. Annals of Internal Medicine, 104:246-251.

A Community-Based Study of the Use of Chiropractic Services

Shekelle, Paul G., and Robert H. Brook.

199 1. American Journal of Public Health, 81:439-442.

The Role of Social Supports and Life Stress Events in Use of Mental Health Services

Sherbourne, Cathy D.

1988. Social Science and Medicine, 27:1393-1400.

Patient, Provider, and Hospital Characteristics Associated with Inappropriate Hospitalization.

Siu, Albert L., Willard G. Manning, and Bernadette Benjamin.

1990. American Journal of Public Health, 80:1253-56. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Inappropriate Use of Hospitals in a Randomized Trial of Health Insurance Plans

Siu, Albert L., et al.

1986. New England Journal of Medicine, 315:1259-66.

Use of the Hospital in a Randomized Trial of Prepaid Care.

Siu, Albert L., et al.

1988. Journal of the American Medical Association, 259:1343-46.

Supply Responses of Young Physicians.

Sloan, Frank A.

1973. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Effect of a Health Maintenance Organization on Physiologic Health: Results from a Randomized Trial

Sloss, Elizabeth M., et al.

1987. Annals of Internal Medicine, 106:130-138. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Health Insurance Study Screening Examination Procedures Manual.

Smith, Lisa H., et al.

1978. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Measurement of Dental Health Status.

Spolsky, Vladimir, et al.

1983. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Reliability and Validity of Self-Reported Weight and Height.

Stewart, Anita L.

1982. Journal of Chronic Diseases, 35:295-309.

Conceptualization and Measurement of Health Habits for Adults in the Health Insurance Study: Smoking.

Stewart, Anita L., Robert H. Brook, and Robert L. Kane.

1979. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Health Habits for Adults in the Health Insurance Study: Overweight.

Stewart, Anita L., Robert H. Brook, and Robert L. Kane.

1980. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. Abridged version published as "Effects of Being Overweight," American Journal of Public Health 7 (1982):250-261.

The Meaning of Health: Understanding Functional Limitations

Stewart, Anita L., John E. Ware, Jr., and Robert H. Brook.

1977a. Medical Care, 15:939-952.

A Study of the Reliability, Validity, and Precision of Scales to Measure Chronic Functional Limitations Due to Poor Health.

Stewart, Anita L., John E. Ware, Jr., and Robert H. Brook.

1977b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Advances in the Measurement of Functional Status: Construction of Aggregate Indexes

Stewart, Anita L., John E. Ware, Jr., and Robert H. Brook.

1981. Medical Care, 19:473-488.

Construction and Scoring of Aggregate Functional Status Indexes,

Stewart, Anita L., John E. Ware, Jr., and Robert H. Brook.

1982a. vol. 1. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. A preliminary version was published as "Advances in the Measurement of Functional Status: Construction of Aggregate Indexes," Medical Care 19 (May 1981):473-488.

Construction and Scoring of Aggregate Functional Status Indexes.

Stewart, Anita L., John E. Ware, Jr., and Robert H. Brook.

1982b. Vol. 2:

Appendixes. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Health for Adults in the Health Insurance Study: Physical Health in Terms of Functioning.

Stewart, Anita L., et al.

1978. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

A Design for Information Processing in the Health Insurance Study.

Stewart, David H.

1974. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Data Processing in the National Health Insurance Study.

Stewart, David H., and Martin Seda.

1978. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Effects of Cost Sharing on the Health of Children.

Valdez, R. Burciaga.

1986. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Effect of a Prepaid Group Practice on Children's Medical Care Use and Health Outcomes Compared to Fee-for-Service Care.

Valdez, R. Burciaga.

1989. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Consequences of Cost Sharing for Children's Health

Valdez, R. Burciaga, et al.

1985. Pediatrics, 75:952-961.

Health Insurance, Medical Care, and Children's Health

Valdez, R. Burciaga, et al.

1986. Pediatrics 77:124-128.

Valdez, R. Burciaga, et al.

1989. Pediatrics, 83:168-180.

Experiences in Conducting a Review of Statistical Program Packages.

Van Riesen, Kathleen.

1975. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Values and Long-Term Care,

Veit, Clarice T., and John E. Ware, Jr.

1982. "Measuring Health and Health-Care Outcomes: Issues and Recommendations." In ed. R. L. Kane. Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath/Lexington Books.

The Structure of Psychological Distress and Well-Being in General Populations.

Veit, Clarice T., and John E. Ware, Jr.

1983. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 51:730-742.

The Conceptualization and Measurement of Health for Policy Relevant Research in Medical Care Delivery.

Ware, John E., Jr.

1976a. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Reliability and Validity of General Health Ratings.

Ware, John E., Jr.

1976 b. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Effects of Acquiescent Response Set on Patient Satisfaction Ratings.

Ware, John E., Jr.

1978. Medical Care, 16:327-336. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Drug Intelligence and Clinical Pharmacy

Ware, John E., Jr.

1981. "How to Survey Patient Satisfaction." 15:892-899.

Evaluation and Program Planning

Ware, John E., Jr., and Allyson R. Davies.

1983. "Behavioral Consequences of Consumer Dissatisfaction with Medical Care." 6:291-297.

Conceptualization and Measurement of Health for Adults in the Health Insurance Study.

Ware, John E., Jr., Allyson Davies-Avery, and Robert H. Brook.

1980. Vol. 6:

Analysis of Relationships Among Health Status Measures.

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Health for Adults in the Health Insurance Study: General Health Perceptions.

Ware, John E., Jr., Allyson Davies-Avery, and Cathy A. Donald.

1978. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Measurement and Meaning of Patient Satisfaction: A Review of the Literature

Ware, John E., Jr., Allyson Davies-Avery, and Anita L. Stewart.

1978. Health and Medical Care Review 1:1-15. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Health for Adults in the Health Insurance Study: Mental Health.

Ware, John E., Jr., Shawn A. Johnston, and Allyson Davies-Avery.

1979. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Health: What Is It Worth?

Ware, John E., Jr., and J. Young.

1979. "Studies of the Value Placed on Health." In ed. Selma Mushkin. New York: Pergamon Press, 1979. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Associations Among Psychological Well-Being and Other Health Status Constructs.

Ware, John E., Jr., et al.

1978. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Health for Adults in the Health Insurance Study.

Ware, John E., Jr., et al.

1980. Vol. 1:

Model of Health and Methodology.

Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Choosing Measures of Health Status for Individuals in General Populations.

Ware, John E., Jr., et al.

1981. American Journal of Public Health, 71:620-625. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Evaluation and Program Planning

Ware, John E., Jr., et al.

1983. "Defining and Measuring Patient Satisfaction with Medical Care." 6:247-263.

Health Status and the Use of Outpatient Mental Health Services.

Ware, John E., Jr., et al.

1984. American Psychologist, 39:1090- 1 100.

Health Outcomes for Adults in Prepaid and Fee-for-Service Systems of Care.

Ware, John E., Jr., et al.

1987. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Sensitivity of Mental Health Use Estimates to Methods Effects.

Wells, Kenneth B.

1984. Medical Care, 22:783-788.

A Summary of Cost Sharing and the Demand for Ambulatory Mental Health Services

Wells, Kenneth B.

1985. Professional Psychologist, 9:1-3, 22-23.

Wells, Kenneth B., Emmett Keeler, and Willard G. Manning.

1990. "Patterns of Outpatient Mental Health Care Over Time: Some Implications for Estimates of Demand and for Benefit Design." 24:773-790.

A Comparison of the Effects of Sociodemographic Factors and Health Status on Use of Outpatient Mental Health Services in HMO and Fee-for-Service Plans

Wells, Kenneth B., Willard G. Manning, and Bernadette Benjamin.

1986a. Medical Care, 24:949-960.

Use of Mental Health Services in HMO and Fee-for-Service Plans--Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial

Wells, Kenneth B., Willard G. Manning, and Bernadette Benjamin.

1986b. Health Services Research, 21:453-474.

The Effects of Insurance Generosity on the Psychological Distress and Psychological Well-being of a General Population

Wells, Kenneth B., Willard G. Manning, Jr., and R. Burciaga Valdez.

1989. Archives of General Psychiatry, 46:315-320. Longer version published as The Effects of Insurance Generosity on the Psychological Distress and Well-Being of a General Population: Results from a Randomized Trial of Insurance,Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

The Effects of a Prepaid Group Practice on Mental Health Outcomes.

Wells, Kenneth B., Willard G. Manning, Jr., and R. Burciaga Valdez.

1990. Health Services Research, 25:615-625. Longer version published as

The Effects of a Prepaid Group Practice on Mental Health Outcomes of a General Population: Results from a Randomized Trial, Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Cost Sharing and the Demand for Ambulatory Mental Health Services.

Wells, Kenneth B., et al.

1982. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation. Abridged version published in American Psychologist, 39 (October 1984):1090-1100.

Sociodemographic Factors and Use of Outpatient Mental Health Services

Wells, Kenneth B., et al.

1986a. Medical Care 24:75-85.

Use of Outpatient Mental Health Services by a General Population with Health Insurance Coverage

Wells, Kenneth B., et al.

1986b. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 37:1119-25.

Cost Sharing and Use of General Medical Providers for Outpatient Mental Health Care.

Wells, Kenneth B., et al.

1987. Health Services Research, 22:1-18.

A Model of Mental Health, Life Events, and Social Supports Applicable to General Populations.

Williams, Ann W., John E. Ware, Jr., and Cathy A. Donald.

1981. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 22:324-336.

Issues of Physician Migration from the Perspective of the Recipient Countries.

Williams, Kathleen N.

1975. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Implementation of Professional Standards Review Organizations: A Theoretical Discussion.

Williams, Kathleen N.

1976. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly: Health and Society

Williams, Kathleen N., and Robert H. Brook.

1975. "Foreign Medical Graduates and Their Impact on the Quality of Medical Care in the United States." 53:549-581. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. R-1698-HEW), 1976.

Quality Measurement and Assurance: A Literature Review

Williams, Kathleen N., and Robert H. Brook.

1978a. Health and Medical Care Services Review, 3:1, 3 -15.

Research Opportunities in Primary Care

Williams, Kathleen N., and Robert H. Brook.

1978b. Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, 45:663-672. Also available from Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Report on the Physician Capacity Utilization Telephone Surveys.

Wooldridge, Judith.

1976. Princeton: Mathematica Policy Research.

A Data Management System Evaluation for the HIS.

Yormark, Beatrice, and David H. Stewart.

1973. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults: Urinary Tract Infection.

Zielske, John V., et al.

1981. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Conceptualization and Measurement of Physiologic Health for Adults: Stomach Pain and Peptic Ulcer Disease.

Zielske, John V., et al

1982. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Public Use File Documentation

An overall guide to the public use files

User's Guide to HIE Data.

Taylor, Christine d'Arc, et al.

1987. HIE Reference Series, vol. 3. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Dental Examinations: Codebook for Adults and Children at Enrollment and Exit.

Bloomfield, Ellen S., Liza Y. Weissler, and Alicia M. Bell.

1987. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebooks for Insurance Preference Files: Relation Between Expense Limit and Premium.

Bloomfield, Ellen S., Liza Y. Weissler, and A. B. Holland.

1986. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebooks for Adults at Enrollment and Exit, Form A.

Edwards, Carol A., et al.

1986a. Medical History Questionnaire Series, 1. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebooks for Adults at Enrollment and Exit, Form B.

Edwards, Carol A., et al.

1986b. Medical History Questionnaire Series, 2. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebooks for Children at Enrollment and Exit.

Edwards, Carol A., et al.

1986c. Medical History Questionnaire Series, 3. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebooks for Infants at Enrollment and Exit.

Edwards, Carol A., et al.

1986d. Medical History Questionnaire Series, 4. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codes Used in HIE Claims--Diagnoses, Symptoms, Procedures, Drugs, and Supplies

Nelsen, Mark, and Carol A. Edwards.

1986. HIE References, vol. 1. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebook for Adults at Enrollment and Exit.

Operskalski, Belinda H., et al.

1987. Medical Disorder Series, vol. 1. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebook for Fee-for-Service Annual Expenditures and Visit Counts.

Petersen, Christine E., Mark M. Nelsen, and Ellen S. Bloomfield.

1986. Aggregated Claims Series, vol. 1. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebooks for HMO and Seattle Fee-for-Service Visits--Outpatient and Inpatient.

Petersen, Christine E., Mark M. Nelsen, and D. L. Wesley.

1986. Aggregated Claims Series, vol. 4. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebooks for Fee-for-Service Treatment Episodes and Annual Episode Counts.

Petersen, Christine E., Christine D. Taylor, and Ellen S. Bloomfield.

1986. Aggregated Claims Series, vol. 3. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebooks for Fee-for-Service Claims.

Peterson, Christine E., et al.

1986a. Claims Line-Item Series, vol. 1. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebooks for Fee-for-Service Visits--Outpatient, Inpatient, and Dental.

Peterson, Christine E., et al.

1986b. Aggregated Claims Series, vol. 2. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebooks for HMO and Seattle Fee-for-Service Annual Expenditures.

Peterson, Christine E., et al.

1986c. Aggregated Claims Series, vol. 5. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebooks for Health Maintenance Organization Claims.

Peterson, Christine E., et al.

1986d. Claims Line-Item Series, vol. 2. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebooks for Seattle Fee-for-Service Claims for Comparison with HMO Claims.

Peterson, Christine E., et al.

1986e. Claims Line-Item Series, vol. 3. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Providers Cited in HIE Data.

Polich, Suzanne M., Mark M. Nelsen, and D. L. Wesley.

1987. HIE Reference Series, vol. 2. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebook for Eligibility-Family Changes File.

Polich, Suzanne M., and Christine d'Arc Taylor.

1986. Master Sample Series 1. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Polich, Suzanne M., et al.

1986. Codebook.for Full Sample Demographic File, vol. 2. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. N-2264-2). -1987a. Codebookfor Supplemental Data File. Master Sample Series 3. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Disability Days: Codebooks for Adults and Children. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation (Pub. no. N-2507-HHS).

Polich, Suzanne M., et al.

1987b.

Codebooks for Adults and Children at Enrollment and Exit.

Sloss, Elizabeth M., et al.

1986. Health Status and Attitude Series, vol. 1. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation

Codebook for Children at Enrollment and Exit.

Sloss, Elizabeth M., et al.

1987. Medical Disorder Series, vol. 2. Santa Monica: RAND Corporation