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Ghomrawi HMK, Mancuso CA, Dunning A, Valle AGonzalez D, Alexiades M, Cornell C, Sculco T, Bostrom M, Mayman D, Marx RG et al..  2017.  Do Surgeon Expectations Predict Clinically Important Improvements in WOMAC Scores After THA and TKA? Clin Orthop Relat Res. 475(9):2150-2158.
Berg AT, Coryell J, Saneto RP, Grinspan ZM, Alexander JJ, Kekis M, Sullivan JE, Wirrell EC, Shellhaas RA, Mytinger JR et al..  2017.  Early-Life Epilepsies and the Emerging Role of Genetic Testing.. JAMA Pediatr. 171(9):863-871.
Berg AT, Coryell J, Saneto RP, Grinspan ZM, Alexander JJ, Kekis M, Sullivan JE, Wirrell EC, Shellhaas RA, Mytinger JR et al..  2017.  Early-Life Epilepsies and the Emerging Role of Genetic Testing.. JAMA Pediatr. 171(9):863-871.
Berg AT, Coryell J, Saneto RP, Grinspan ZM, Alexander JJ, Kekis M, Sullivan JE, Wirrell EC, Shellhaas RA, Mytinger JR et al..  2017.  Early-Life Epilepsies and the Emerging Role of Genetic Testing.. JAMA Pediatr. 171(9):863-871.
Berry K, Pesko MF, Hesdorffer DC, Shellhaas RA, Seirup JK, Grinspan ZM.  2017.  An evaluation of national birth certificate data for neonatal seizure epidemiology.. Epilepsia. 58(3):446-455.
Berry K, Pesko MF, Hesdorffer DC, Shellhaas RA, Seirup JK, Grinspan ZM.  2017.  An evaluation of national birth certificate data for neonatal seizure epidemiology.. Epilepsia. 58(3):446-455.
Kern LM, Seirup JK, Casalino LP, Safford MM.  2017.  Healthcare Fragmentation and the Frequency of Radiology and Other Diagnostic Tests: A Cross-Sectional Study.. J Gen Intern Med. 32(2):175-181.
Kern LM, Seirup JK, Casalino LP, Safford MM.  2017.  Healthcare Fragmentation and the Frequency of Radiology and Other Diagnostic Tests: A Cross-Sectional Study.. J Gen Intern Med. 32(2):175-181.
Demarest ST, Shellhaas RA, Gaillard WD, Keator C, Nickels KC, Hussain SA, Loddenkemper T, Patel AD, Saneto RP, Wirrell E et al..  2017.  The impact of hypsarrhythmia on infantile spasms treatment response: Observational cohort study from the National Infantile Spasms Consortium.. Epilepsia. 58(12):2098-2103.
Demarest ST, Shellhaas RA, Gaillard WD, Keator C, Nickels KC, Hussain SA, Loddenkemper T, Patel AD, Saneto RP, Wirrell E et al..  2017.  The impact of hypsarrhythmia on infantile spasms treatment response: Observational cohort study from the National Infantile Spasms Consortium.. Epilepsia. 58(12):2098-2103.
Demarest ST, Shellhaas RA, Gaillard WD, Keator C, Nickels KC, Hussain SA, Loddenkemper T, Patel AD, Saneto RP, Wirrell E et al..  2017.  The impact of hypsarrhythmia on infantile spasms treatment response: Observational cohort study from the National Infantile Spasms Consortium.. Epilepsia. 58(12):2098-2103.
Demarest ST, Shellhaas RA, Gaillard WD, Keator C, Nickels KC, Hussain SA, Loddenkemper T, Patel AD, Saneto RP, Wirrell E et al..  2017.  The impact of hypsarrhythmia on infantile spasms treatment response: Observational cohort study from the National Infantile Spasms Consortium.. Epilepsia. 58(12):2098-2103.
Demarest ST, Shellhaas RA, Gaillard WD, Keator C, Nickels KC, Hussain SA, Loddenkemper T, Patel AD, Saneto RP, Wirrell E et al..  2017.  The impact of hypsarrhythmia on infantile spasms treatment response: Observational cohort study from the National Infantile Spasms Consortium.. Epilepsia. 58(12):2098-2103.
Stryckman B, Walsh L, Carr BG, Hupert N, Lurie N.  2017.  Impact of Superstorm Sandy on Medicare Patients' Utilization of Hospitals and Emergency Departments.. West J Emerg Med. 18(6):1035-1041.
Rittenhouse DR, Ramsay PP, Casalino LP, McClellan S, Kandel ZK, Shortell SM.  2017.  Increased Health Information Technology Adoption and Use Among Small Primary Care Physician Practices Over Time: A National Cohort Study.. Ann Fam Med. 15(1):56-62.
Keros S, Buraniqi E, Alex B, Antonetty A, Fialho H, Hafeez B, Jackson MC, Jawahar R, Kjelleren S, Stewart E et al..  2017.  Increasing Ketamine Use for Refractory Status Epilepticus in US Pediatric Hospitals.. J Child Neurol. 32(7):638-646.
Keros S, Buraniqi E, Alex B, Antonetty A, Fialho H, Hafeez B, Jackson MC, Jawahar R, Kjelleren S, Stewart E et al..  2017.  Increasing Ketamine Use for Refractory Status Epilepticus in US Pediatric Hospitals.. J Child Neurol. 32(7):638-646.
Shellhaas RA, Berg AT, Grinspan ZM, Wusthoff CJ, Millichap JJ, Loddenkemper T, Coryell J, Saneto RP, Chu CJ, Joshi SM et al..  2017.  Initial Treatment for Nonsyndromic Early-Life Epilepsy: An Unexpected Consensus.. Pediatr Neurol. 75:73-79.
Shellhaas RA, Berg AT, Grinspan ZM, Wusthoff CJ, Millichap JJ, Loddenkemper T, Coryell J, Saneto RP, Chu CJ, Joshi SM et al..  2017.  Initial Treatment for Nonsyndromic Early-Life Epilepsy: An Unexpected Consensus.. Pediatr Neurol. 75:73-79.
Shellhaas RA, Berg AT, Grinspan ZM, Wusthoff CJ, Millichap JJ, Loddenkemper T, Coryell J, Saneto RP, Chu CJ, Joshi SM et al..  2017.  Initial Treatment for Nonsyndromic Early-Life Epilepsy: An Unexpected Consensus.. Pediatr Neurol. 75:73-79.
Kerrissey MJ, Clark JR, Friedberg MW, Jiang W, Fryer AK, Frean M, Shortell SM, Ramsay PP, Casalino LP, Singer SJ.  2017.  Medical Group Structural Integration May Not Ensure That Care Is Integrated, From The Patient's Perspective.. Health Aff (Millwood). 36(5):885-892.
Kerrissey MJ, Clark JR, Friedberg MW, Jiang W, Fryer AK, Frean M, Shortell SM, Ramsay PP, Casalino LP, Singer SJ.  2017.  Medical Group Structural Integration May Not Ensure That Care Is Integrated, From The Patient's Perspective.. Health Aff (Millwood). 36(5):885-892.
Rainisch G, Meltzer MI, Shadomy S, Bower WA, Hupert N.  2017.  Modeling Tool for Decision Support during Early Days of an Anthrax Event.. Emerg Infect Dis. 23(1):46-55.
Roman LC, Ancker JS, Johnson SB, Senathirajah Y.  2017.  Navigation in the electronic health record: A review of the safety and usability literature.. J Biomed Inform. 67:69-79.
Kern LM, Grinspan Z, Shapiro JS, Kaushal R.  2017.  Patients' Use of Multiple Hospitals in a Major US City: Implications for Population Management.. Popul Health Manag. 20(2):99-102.