2012 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1998 - Fellow of the American Statistical Association (ASA)
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Gerontology, Public health, Veterans Affairs, Actuarial science and Emergency medicine. Her work deals with themes such as Cross-sectional study and Death certificate, which intersect with Gerontology. Her Public health study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cause of death and Recursive partitioning.
Her Veterans Affairs research includes themes of Quality management, Ambulatory care and Intensive care medicine. Her Actuarial science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Regression analysis, Capitation, Capitation fee and Health services. The Emergency medicine study combines topics in areas such as Medical record, Medical prescription, Severity of illness, Prehypertension and Comorbidity.
Arlene S. Ash focuses on Emergency medicine, Gerontology, Family medicine, Internal medicine and Intensive care medicine. Her work carried out in the field of Emergency medicine brings together such families of science as Medical record, Mortality rate, Adverse effect, Retrospective cohort study and Medical emergency. Arlene S. Ash combines subjects such as Cohort study and Warfarin with her study of Retrospective cohort study.
The concepts of her Gerontology study are interwoven with issues in Minimum Data Set, Epidemiology and Public health. Her work in Internal medicine tackles topics such as Surgery which are related to areas like Veterans Affairs. While the research belongs to areas of Veterans Affairs, Arlene S. Ash spends her time largely on the problem of Oral anticoagulation, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Veterans health.
Her primary areas of investigation include Emergency medicine, Internal medicine, Intensive care medicine, Retrospective cohort study and Pediatrics. Arlene S. Ash has included themes like Quality and Time in therapeutic range in her Emergency medicine study. Her Internal medicine study incorporates themes from Population study and Cardiology.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Interquartile range, Care Transitions, Blood transfusion, Thrombosis and Comparative effectiveness research in addition to Intensive care medicine. Her studies deal with areas such as Mental health, Substance abuse, Warfarin and Comorbidity as well as Retrospective cohort study. Her Comorbidity study deals with Cohort study intersecting with Medical record and Cohort.
Arlene S. Ash mainly investigates Intensive care medicine, Warfarin, Physical therapy, Emergency medicine and Mental health. Her Intensive care medicine research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Current Procedural Terminology, Blood transfusion, Thrombosis, Comorbidity and Comparative effectiveness research. Her Warfarin research includes elements of Stroke, Process of care, Patient characteristics and Younger age.
Her Physical therapy research incorporates themes from Racial disparity, Cronbach's alpha and Clinical psychology. Her research investigates the link between Emergency medicine and topics such as Time in therapeutic range that cross with problems in Veterans health, Interquartile range, Integrated care and Adverse effect. Her research in Mental health intersects with topics in Medicaid and Retrospective cohort study.
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Measuring patients' desire for autonomy: decision making and information-seeking preferences among medical patients.
Jack Ende;Lewis Kazis;Arlene S. Ash;Mark A. Moskowitz.
Journal of General Internal Medicine (1989)
Inadequate Management of Blood Pressure in a Hypertensive Population
Dan R. Berlowitz;Arlene S. Ash;Elaine C. Hickey;Robert H. Friedman.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1998)
Risk adjustment of Medicare capitation payments using the CMS-HCC model
Gregory C. Pope;John Kautter;Randall P. Ellis;Arlene S. Ash.
Health Care Financing Review (2004)
METHODS FOR ANALYZING HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION AND COSTS
P. Diehr;D. Yanez;Arlene S. Ash;M. Hornbrook.
Annual Review of Public Health (1999)
Relation of family responsibilities and gender to the productivity and career satisfaction of medical faculty
Phyllis L. Carr;Arlene S. Ash;Robert H. Friedman;Amy Scaramucci.
Annals of Internal Medicine (1998)
Junior faculty members' mentoring relationships and their professional development in U.S. medical schools.
Anita Palepu;Robert H. Friedman;Rosalind C. Barnett;Phyllis L. Carr.
Academic Medicine (1998)
Diagnosis-based risk adjustment for Medicare capitation payments.
Randall P. Ellis;Gregory C. Pope;Lisa I. Iezzoni;John Z. Ayanian.
Health Care Financing Review (1996)
Using Diagnoses to Describe Populations and Predict Costs
Arlene S. Ash;Randall P. Ellis;Gregory C. Pope;John Z. Ayanian.
Health Care Financing Review (2000)
Compensation and advancement of women in academic medicine: is there equity?
Arlene S. Ash;Phyllis L. Carr;Richard Goldstein;Robert H. Friedman.
Annals of Internal Medicine (2004)
Faculty perceptions of gender discrimination and sexual harassment in academic medicine.
Phyllis L. Carr;Arlene S. Ash;Robert H. Friedman;Laura Szalacha.
Annals of Internal Medicine (2000)
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