The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Health care, Actuarial science, Medicaid, Public relations and Family medicine. His specific area of interest is Health care, where Jon B. Christianson studies Health policy. The concepts of his Actuarial science study are interwoven with issues in Health insurance, Leverage and Marketing.
Jon B. Christianson interconnects Chronic mental illness, Payment, Capitation, Randomized controlled trial and Mental health in the investigation of issues within Medicaid. His Public relations study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Incentive, Pay for performance, Program evaluation and Quality management. His work carried out in the field of Family medicine brings together such families of science as Guideline adherence and Emergency medicine.
His primary areas of study are Health care, Nursing, Family medicine, Quality and Managed care. His Health care research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Competition, Marketing, Actuarial science and Public relations. His Actuarial science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Bidding and Payment.
His work on Health services research and Health care reform as part of general Nursing research is often related to Context, thus linking different fields of science. His Family medicine study incorporates themes from Health plan, Mental health and Medicaid. His studies deal with areas such as Psychiatry, Capitation, Gerontology and Public health as well as Medicaid.
His main research concerns Health care, Quality, Family medicine, Nursing and Alliance. Jon B. Christianson has researched Health care in several fields, including Research design, Leverage, Public relations and Quality management. His Quality study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Actuarial science, Managed care and Process management.
Jon B. Christianson has included themes like Patient satisfaction, Data collection, Sample and Quality information in his Family medicine study. Many of his research projects under Nursing are closely connected to Context, Primary care.team and Qualitative descriptive with Context, Primary care.team and Qualitative descriptive, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His study on Alliance also encompasses disciplines like
Health care, Family medicine, Quality, Nursing and Ambulatory care are his primary areas of study. His Health care research incorporates elements of Structural equation modeling, Leverage and Public relations. He interconnects Hospital quality, LISREL, Patient satisfaction and Data collection in the investigation of issues within Family medicine.
His study in Quality is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Incentive and Payment service provider. His Severity of illness study, which is part of a larger body of work in Nursing, is frequently linked to Set, Perspective and Perception, bridging the gap between disciplines. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Ambulatory care, focusing on Randomized controlled trial and, on occasion, Patient advocacy.
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The effect of market structure on HMO premiums.
Douglas R Wholey;Roger D Feldman;Jon B Christianson.
Journal of Health Economics (1995)
Impact of Targeted Financial Incentives on Personal Health Behavior; A review of the literature
Kim Sutherland;Jon B. Christianson;Sheila Leatherman.
Medical Care Research and Review (2008)
Lessons from evaluations of purchaser pay-for-performance programs: a review of the evidence.
Jon B. Christianson;Sheila Leatherman;Kim Sutherland.
Medical Care Research and Review (2008)
Penetrating the "black box": financial incentives for enhancing the quality of physician services.
Douglas A. Conrad;Jon B. Christianson.
Medical Care Research and Review (2004)
Organization Size and Failure Among Health Maintenance Organizations
Douglas R. Wholey;Jon B. Christianson;Susan M. Sanchez.
American Sociological Review (1992)
Does Capitation Affect the Health of the Chronically Mentally III?: Results From a Randomized Trial
Nicole Lurie;Nicole Lurie;Ira S. Moscovice;Michael Finch;Jon B. Christianson.
Scale and scope economies among health maintenance organizations.
Douglas Wholey;Roger Feldman;Jon B Christianson;John Engberg.
Journal of Health Economics (1996)
Are market forces strong enough to deliver efficient health care systems? Confidence is waning.
Len M. Nichols;Paul B. Ginsburg;Robert A. Berenson;Jon Christianson.
Health Affairs (2004)
Evaluation of the effect of a consumer-driven health plan on medical care expenditures and utilization.
Stephen T Parente;Roger D Feldman;Jon B Christianson.
Health Services Research (2004)
Informal Care of the Elderly
Jon B. Christianson;Susan A. Stephens.
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