|Grant Number:||5R01CA078052-02 Interpret this number|
|Primary Investigator:||Ubel, Peter|
|Organization:||University Of Pennsylvania|
|Project Title:||Trade-Offs in Cancer Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment|
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In a mailed physician survey, questionnaire length had a threshold effect on response rate.
Authors: Jepson C, Asch DA, Hershey JC, Ubel PA
Source: J Clin Epidemiol, 2005 Jan;58(1), p. 103-5.
Misperceptions about beta-blockers and diuretics: a national survey of primary care physicians.
Authors: Ubel PA, Jepson C, Asch DA
Source: J Gen Intern Med, 2003 Dec;18(12), p. 977-83.
Public response to cost-quality tradeoffs in clinical decisions.
Authors: Beach MC, Asch DA, Jepson C, Hershey JC, Mohr T, McMorrow S, Ubel PA
Source: Med Decis Making, 2003 Sep-Oct;23(5), p. 369-78.
When money is saved by reducing healthcare costs, where do US primary care physicians think the money goes?
Authors: Asch DA, Jepson C, Hershey JC, Baron J, Ubel PA
Source: Am J Manag Care, 2003 Jun;9(6), p. 438-42.
The influence of cost-effectiveness information on physicians' cancer screening recommendations.
Authors: Ubel PA, Jepson C, Baron J, Hershey JC, Asch DA
Source: Soc Sci Med, 2003 Apr;56(8), p. 1727-36.
Incremental and average cost-effectiveness ratios: will physicians make a distinction?
Authors: Hershey JC, Asch DA, Jepson C, Baron J, Ubel PA
Source: Risk Anal, 2003 Feb;23(1), p. 81-9.
Are preferences for equity over efficiency in health care allocation "all or nothing"?
Authors: Ubel PA, Baron J, Nash B, Asch DA
Source: Med Care, 2000 Apr;38(4), p. 366-73.