Peter J. Cunningham mainly investigates Health care, Nursing, Family medicine, Primary care and Medicaid. His work deals with themes such as Cost sharing and Environmental health, which intersect with Health care. His Nursing study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ambulatory care and Managed care.
His study explores the link between Managed care and topics such as Poverty that cross with problems in Payment. His work investigates the relationship between Family medicine and topics such as Mental health that intersect with problems in Family income and Socioeconomic status. His work carried out in the field of Medicaid brings together such families of science as Physician survey, Medical services, Reimbursement and Health policy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Family medicine, Health care, Medicaid, Tracking and Actuarial science. His Family medicine research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nursing, Health services, Community health and Health policy. Peter J. Cunningham combines subjects such as Managed care and Medical home, Primary care with his study of Nursing.
His work on Ambulatory care as part of general Health care research is frequently linked to Affect, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Medicaid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mental health, Reimbursement, Insurance coverage and Environmental health. His Actuarial science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Health insurance, Prescription drug and Public economics.
Peter J. Cunningham spends much of his time researching Health care, Nursing, Family medicine, Community health and Safety net. His Health care study typically links adjacent topics like Family income. The various areas that he examines in his Nursing study include Medical home, Primary care, Ambulatory care and Medicaid.
His Family medicine study combines topics in areas such as Health care delivery, Health economy and Healthcare system. His study in Poverty extends to Community health with its themes. His Safety net study incorporates themes from Revenue and Operations management.
Peter J. Cunningham focuses on Health care, Health policy, Nursing, Ambulatory care and Minority health. His Health care research includes themes of Mental health and Socioeconomic status. His Mental health research integrates issues from Medicaid and Primary care, Family medicine.
The concepts of his Socioeconomic status study are interwoven with issues in Health equity, Family income, Finance and Health promotion. His Minority health research includes elements of Acculturation, Insurance coverage, Environmental health, Health care reform and Patient Activation. His work carried out in the field of Medical home brings together such families of science as Patient satisfaction, Primary care physician, Public health and Referral.
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Beyond Parity: Primary Care Physicians’ Perspectives On Access To Mental Health Care
Peter J. Cunningham.
Health Affairs (2009)
How engaged are consumers in their health and health care, and why does it matter?
Judith H Hibbard;Peter J Cunningham.
Research brief (2008)
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)
The use of hospital emergency departments for nonurgent health problems: a national perspective.
Peter J. Cunningham;Carolyn M. Clancy;Joel W. Cohen;Melissa Wilets.
Medical Care Research and Review (1995)
Managed care and physicians' provision of charity care.
Peter J. Cunningham;Joy M. Grossman;Robert F. St. Peter;Cara S. Lesser.
Availability of safety net providers and access to care of uninsured persons.
Jack Hadley;Peter Cunningham.
Health Services Research (2004)
Financial Burden Of Health Care, 2001–2004
Jessica S. Banthin;Peter Cunningham;Didem M. Bernard.
Health Affairs (2008)
What Accounts For Differences In The Use Of Hospital Emergency Departments Across U.S. Communities
Peter J. Cunningham.
Health Affairs (2006)
Ability to Obtain Medical Care for the Uninsured: How Much Does It Vary Across Communities?
Peter J. Cunningham;Peter Kemper.
Changes In Medicaid Physician Fees, 1998–2003: Implications For Physician Participation
Stephen Zuckerman;Joshua McFeeters;Peter Cunningham;Len Nichols.
Health Affairs (2004)
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