Dr. Allison B. Rosen, M.D., M.P.H., ScD., is an Associate Professor in the Division
of Biostatistics and Health Services Research, Department of Quantitative Health
Sciences, University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Rosen's current work
focuses on how best to measure and improve the value of U.S. health care spending, with a
particular focus on the feasibility and effectiveness of linking medical coverage to
value. Much of her research relates to the care of people with chronic illnesses,
particularly diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and how to increase the use of
effective but underutilized therapies. 

Articles

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Trends in stroke rates, risk, and outcomes in the United States, 1988 to 2008 (with Margaret C. Fang, Marcelo Coca Perraillon, Kaushik Ghosh, and David M. Cutler), The American journal of medicine (2014)
 

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Policy makers will need a way to update bundled payments that reflects highly skewed spending growth of various care episodes (with Ana Aizcorbe, Alexander J. Ryu, Nicole Nestoriak, David M. Cutler, and Michael E. Chernew), Health affairs (Project Hope) (2013)
 

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Psychological distress and trends in healthcare expenditures and outpatient healthcare (with Paul A. Pirraglia, John M. Hampton, and Whitney P. Witt), The American journal of managed care (2011)
 

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Trends in thrombolytic use for ischemic stroke in the United States (with Margaret C. Fang and David M. Cutler), Journal of hospital medicine : an official publication of the Society of Hospital Medicine (2010)
 

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Accounting for Health and Health Care: Approaches to Measuring the Sources and Costs of Their Improvement (with National Research Council's Panel to Advance a Research Program on the Design of National Health Accounts), Quantitative Health Sciences Publications and Presentations (2010)
 

Contributions to Books

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Is the U.S. Population Behaving Healthier? (with David M. Cutler and Edward L. Glaeser), Social Security Policy in a Changing Environment (2008)
 

Presentations

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Effects of Increased Utilization of CVD Medications by Medicare Beneficiaries on Spending Vary by CVD Status (with Hassan Fouayzi and Arlene Ash), UMass Center for Clinical and Translational Science Research Retreat (2014)
 

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Systems Science and Health: Using Analytical Approaches to Evaluate Healthcare Policy Decisions (with Isa Bar-On, Tze Chiam, Renata Konrad, Oleg Pavlov, Khalid Saeed, and Shamsnaz Virani), UMass Center for Clinical and Translational Science Research Retreat (2014)
 

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The Health Effects of Increased CVD Medication use Varies by CVD Status of Medicare Beneficiaries (with Hassan Fouayzi and Arlene Ash), UMass Center for Clinical and Translational Science Research Retreat (2014)
 

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Nationwide Trends in Cardiovascular Disease Spending among the Elderly, 2000-2009 (with Hassan Fouayzi), UMass Center for Clinical and Translational Science Research Retreat (2013)
 

Other

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Value-Based Insurance Design in the Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit: An Analysis of Policy Options (with Lisa Murphy, Avalere Health, Ruth E. Brown, Erika Heaton, Tanisha Carino, A. Mark Fendrick, and Michael E. Chernew), Quantitative Health Sciences Publications and Presentations (2009)