His main research concerns Health care, Actuarial science, Payment, Tracking and Managed care. His study in Health care is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Public economics, Demographic economics and Public administration. In his study, Physician payment, Family medicine, Health administration, Prior authorization and Managed Competition is inextricably linked to Legislation, which falls within the broad field of Actuarial science.
His Payment research is classified as research in Finance. His biological study deals with issues like MEDLINE, which deal with fields such as Medical emergency, Per capita and Nursing. His work deals with themes such as Research design, Longitudinal study, Sample and Data collection, which intersect with Public relations.
Paul B. Ginsburg focuses on Health care, Payment, Actuarial science, Health policy and Family medicine. His work on Health care reform and Managed care is typically connected to Tracking as part of general Health care study, connecting several disciplines of science. His study looks at the intersection of Health care reform and topics like Public relations with Health services research and Preferred provider organization.
His Payment research includes elements of Specialty and Public administration. He has included themes like Medicaid and MEDLINE in his Actuarial science study. The concepts of his Family medicine study are interwoven with issues in Physician payment and Medicare beneficiary.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Health care, MEDLINE, Actuarial science, Medicaid and Nursing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Referral, Data analysis and Emergency medicine. His research in MEDLINE intersects with topics in Nephrology, Health care reform, Wrong direction and Phase.
His Resource-based relative value scale study, which is part of a larger body of work in Actuarial science, is frequently linked to Policy making, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Medicaid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Payment models, Fee Schedule, Cost database, Universal coverage and Medicare payment. His Health policy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Health insurance, Physician payment and Health promotion.
His primary scientific interests are in Health care, Health policy, Nursing, MEDLINE and Intensive care medicine. In most of his Health care studies, his work intersects topics such as Family medicine. His Health policy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Consolidation and Health promotion.
Paul B. Ginsburg has researched Nursing in several fields, including Health insurance, Gerontology and Physician payment. Paul B. Ginsburg interconnects Health economics, Wrong direction, Insurance coverage and Medical emergency in the investigation of issues within MEDLINE. Paul B. Ginsburg brings together Intensive care medicine and Drug development to produce work in his papers.
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The design of the community tracking study: a longitudinal study of health system change and its effects on people.
Kemper P;Blumenthal D;Corrigan Jm;Cunningham Pj.
Inquiry : a journal of medical care organization, provision and financing (1996)
Wide variation in hospital and physician payment rates evidence of provider market power.
Paul B Ginsburg.
Research brief (2010)
Hospital Discharge One Week after Acute Myocardial Infarction
J. Frederick McNeer;Galen S. Wagner;Paul B. Ginsburg;Andrew G. Wallace.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1978)
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)
Tracking Health Care Costs
Bradley C. Strunk;Paul B. Ginsburg;Jon R. Gabel.
Health Affairs (2001)
Unchecked Provider Clout In California Foreshadows Challenges To Health Reform
Robert A. Berenson;Paul B. Ginsburg;Nicole Kemper.
Health Affairs (2010)
Property Rights and Wages: The Case of Nursing Homes
George J. Borjas;H. E. Frech;Paul B. Ginsburg.
Journal of Human Resources (1983)
The Growing Power Of Some Providers To Win Steep Payment Increases From Insurers Suggests Policy Remedies May Be Needed
Robert A. Berenson;Paul B. Ginsburg;Jon B. Christianson;Tracy Yee.
Health Affairs (2012)
Losing ground: physician income, 1995-2003.
Ha T Tu;Paul B Ginsburg.
Tracking report / Center for Studying Health System Change (2006)
The Effect Of Population Aging On Future Hospital Demand
Bradley C. Strunk;Paul B. Ginsburg;Michelle I. Banker.
Health Affairs (2006)
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