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Richardson JE, Kern LM, Silver M, Jung H-Y, Kaushal R.  2016.  Physician Satisfaction in Practices That Transformed Into Patient-Centered Medical Homes: A Statewide Study in New York.. Am J Med Qual. 31(4):331-6.
Press MJ, Gerber LM, Peng TR, Pesko MF, Feldman PH, Ouchida K, Sridharan S, Bao Y, Barron Y, Casalino LP.  2015.  Post-Discharge Communication Between Home Health Nurses and Physicians: Measurement, Quality, and Outcomes.. J Am Geriatr Soc. 63(7):1299-305.
DeLia D, Tong J, Gaboda D, Casalino LP.  2014.  Post-discharge follow-up visits and hospital utilization by Medicare patients, 2007-2010.. Medicare Medicaid Res Rev. 4(2)
Grinspan ZM, Shapiro JS, Abramson EL, Hooker G, Kaushal R, Kern LM.  2015.  Predicting frequent ED use by people with epilepsy with health information exchange data.. Neurology. 85(12):1031-8.
Das LT, Abramson EL, Stone AE, Kondrich JE, Kern LM, Grinspan ZM.  2017.  Predicting frequent emergency department visits among children with asthma using EHR data.. Pediatr Pulmonol. 52(7):880-890.
McDonough TL, Paolicchi JM, Heier LA, Das N, Engel M, Perlman JM, Grinspan ZM.  2017.  Prediction of Future Epilepsy in Neonates With Hypoxic-Ischemic Encephalopathy Who Received Selective Head Cooling.. J Child Neurol. 32(7):630-637.
Cotton BP, Lohman MC, Brooks JM, Whiteman KL, Bao Y, Greenberg RL, Bruce ML.  2017.  Prevalence of and Factors Related to Prescription Opioids, Benzodiazepines, and Hypnotics Among Medicare Home Health Recipients.. Home Healthc Now. 35(6):304-313.
Sterling MR, Jannat-Khah D, Bryan J, Banerjee S, McClure LA, Wadley VG, Unverzagt FW, Levitan EB, Goyal P, Peterson JC et al..  2019.  The Prevalence of Cognitive Impairment Among Adults With Incident Heart Failure: The "Reasons for Geographic and Racial Differences in Stroke" (REGARDS) Study.. J Card Fail. 25(2):130-136.