School for the Science of Health Care Delivery

Published Research

Doebbeling, Brad. (2017). Organizational Characteristics of Infection Control Processes and Antimicrobial Resistance Rates in US Hospitals

Kennedy, Denise. (2017). Creating an Excellent Patient Experience through Service Education: Content and Methods for Engaging and Motivating Front-line Staff

McCullough, Mac. (2017). Associations Between County Wealth, Health and Social Services Spending, and Health Outcomes

Doebbeling, Brad. (2016). Designing Colorectal Cancer Screening Decision Support: A Cognitive Engineering Enterprise

Ellen Green. (2016). Experimental and behavioral economics of healthcare

Essary, Alison. (2016). Compensation and Production in Family Medicine by Practice Ownership

Green, Ellen. (2016). Payment Scheme Self-Selection in the Credence Goods Market: An Experimental Study

Kennedy, Denise. (2016). Mind the Gaps: A New Perspective on a Classic Model Helps Health Care Organizations Better Understand Patient Expectations and Service Deficiencies

Kennedy, Denise. (2016). Developing a Sense of Ownership in Frontline Staff to Encourage Accountability and Improve the Patient Experience

Kennedy, Denise. (2016). Seven Principles for Improving Service and Patient Satisfaction

McCullough, Mac. (2016). A Random Walk Through Large Data: Caveats Regarding the Potential for False Inference

McCullough, Mac. (2016). Timing of Clinical Billing for a Local Health Department

Will, Kristen. (2016). Perceived Efficacy and Utiligy of Postgraduate Physician Assistant Education

Will, Kristen. (2016). Interprofessional orientation for health professionals utilising simulated learning: Findings from a pilot study

Kennedy, Denise. (2015). Creating and Integrating a New Patient Experience Leadership Role: A Consultative Approach for Partnering with Executive and Clinical Leaders

Kennedy, Denise. (2015). The Mayo Model of Community Care: Integrating Population Health and Patient Experience Initiatives for Efficient Reform

Kennedy, Denise. (2015). Improving Service Quality in Primary Care

McCullough, Mac. (2015). Successful Academic–Public Health Practice Collaboration: What Works From the Public Health Workforce's Perspective

McCullough, Mac. (2015). Local Fiscal Allocation for Public Health Departments

McCullough, Mac. (2015). Local Public Health Department Adoption and Use of Electronic Health Records

Trastek, Victor. (2015). Strategic Teamwork in Health Care: The Essential Role of Physicians

Wilson, Natalia. (2015). National Projections of Time, Cost and Failure in Implantable Device Identification: Consideration of Unique Device Identification Use

Essary, Alison. (2014). The relationship between physician assistant program costs and student tuition and fees

Essary, Alison. (2014). The Necessity of Narrative: Linking Literature and Health Care in Higher Education Curricula

Essary, Alison. (2014). Ethics, equity and economics: A primer on women in medicine

Green, Ellen. (2014). Payment Systems in the Healthcare Industry: An Experimental Study of Physician Incentives

Kennedy, Denise. (2014). Improving Service Quality in Primary Care

Kennedy, Denise. (2014). Creating and Sustaining a Culture of Accountability for Patient Experience

Kennedy, Denise. (2014). Improving the Patient Experience through Provider Communication Skills Building

McCullough, Mac. (2014). Impact of clinical decision support on receipt of antibiotic prescriptions for acute bronchitis and upper respiratory tract infection

McCullough, Mac. (2014). Electronic health information exchange in underserved settings: examining initiatives in small physician practices & community health centers

McCullough, Mac. (2014). Local Health Department Collaborative Capacity to Improve Population Health

McCullough, Mac. (2014). Patterns and Correlates of Public Health Informatics Capacity Among Local Health Departments: An Empirical Typology

Trastek, Victor. (2014). Leadership Models in Health Care - A Case for Servant Leadership

Wilson, Natalia. (2014). Revision Total Hip and Knee Arthroplasty Implant Identification: Implications for Use of Unique Device Identification 2012 AAHKS Member Survey Results

Essary, Alison. (2013). Three new recommendations from the US Preventive Services Task Force

Kennedy, Denise. (2013). A Roadmap for Improving Healthcare Service Quality

Riley, Bill. (2013). Eliminating Preventable Perinatal Injuries and Reducing Malpractice Claims and Costs

Wilson, Natalia. (2013). Value of Unique Device Identification in the Digital Health Infrastructure

Green, Ellen. (2012). Lessons Learned from Implementing the Patient-Centered Medical Home

Kennedy, Denise. (2012). Healthy Returns: Mayo Clinic Arizona’s 7-step approach to improve service and delight customers

McCullough, Mac. (2012). A Health Dividend for America: The Opportunity Cost of Excess Medical Expenditures

Will, Kristen. (2012). Management of Hypertensive Urgency and Emergency

Coplan, Bettie. (2011). Salary discrepancies between practicing male and female physician assistants

Essary, Alison. (2011). Implementing Healthy People 2020 using the patient-centered medical home: Partnering with PAs to improve access to care

Kennedy, Denise. (2011). A Roadmap for Improving Healthcare Service Quality

Riley, Bill. (2011). Estimating the financial resources needed for local public health departments in Minnesota: a multimethod approach

McCullough, Mac. (2010). Blood Donors and Blood Collection: Status of blood banking and the blood supply in Afghanistan

Riley, Bill. (2010). A model for developing high‐reliability teams

Will, Kristen. (2010). A Hospitalist Training Program for Physician Assistants

Wilson, Natalia. (2009). Aligning Stakeholder Incentives in Orthopaedics

Wilson, Natalia. (2009). Professionalism in 21st Century Professional Practice: Autonomy and Accountability in Orthopaedic Surgery. Symposium: ABJS Carl T. Brighton Workshop on Health Policy Issues in Orthopaedic Surgery

Wilson, Natalia. (2008). Hip and Knee Implants: Current Trends and Policy Considerations

McCullough, Mac. (2003). Spatial dependence of the nonlinear BOLD response at short stimulus duration