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Elizabeth Howe Bradley

Vassar College, Office of the President
Poughkeepsie, NY 12604
C: 203.499.7351; W: 845.437.7200
EBradley@Vassar.edu; @EHBVassar

Education

Yale University
Doctor of Philosophy, PhD, 1996
Concentration in health policy and health economics
Research interests: quality of care, global health, end-of-life care

University of Chicago
Master of Business Administration, 1986
Specialization in Health Administration and Organizational Behavior

Harvard University
Bachelor of Arts in Economics, magna cum laude, 1984
Honors Thesis: The Economics of the Contemporary Art Market

Current Position

President
Vassar College
July 2017 – current

Academic Appointments

Professor of Political Science and of Science of Technology, and Society
Vassar College
July 2017 – current

Brady-Johnson Professor of Grand Strategy
Yale University
January 2016 – June 2017

Professor with Tenure
Yale University
Yale School of Public Health and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
2009–2017

Professor of International and Area Studies
Yale University
McMillan Center for International and Area Studies
2009–2017

Associate Professor with Tenure
Yale University
Yale School of Public Health and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
2006–2009

Associate Professor with Term
Yale University
Yale School of Public Health and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
2002–2006

Assistant Professor
Yale University
Yale School of Public Health and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences,
1997–2002

Instructor
Yale University School of Public Health, 1996–1997

Previous Administrative Appointments

Director, Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy
Yale University, January 2016 to June 2017. Direct the university-wide interdisciplinary program in grand strategy, the study of achieving large ends with limited means, with particular focus on the use of the classics from humanities and historical analysis in preparing students to develop strategic thinking and leadership capacity for a diverse set of future endeavors across public, private, and academic settings. Coordinate multiple faculty and practitioners across a year-long educational program and work closely with the Johnson Center for American Diplomacy and Jackson Institute for Global Affairs to sustain robust scholarly and educational programs.

Head of Branford College, Yale College
Branford College, 2011–2017. Serve as the intellectual and social head of Branford College, one of twelve undergraduate units in Yale College housing approximately 500 undergraduates from all disciplines. Lead strategic initiatives to improve campus life and development of undergraduate educational experience for Branford students and the College more generally through the Council of Masters. Manage financial and human resources of Branford College, and represent Yale to diverse alumni, student, faculty, and community groups.

Founder and Faculty Director, Yale Global Health Leadership Institute
Jackson Institute for International Affairs, 2009–2017. Responsible for strategic direction of $5 million annual program in global health that integrates efforts across the University. The Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI) helps coordinate educational programs in global health for undergraduates, graduates, and professional students; multiple interdisciplinary research programs throughout the university, involving more than 60 faculty and 400 students per year. Initiated undergraduate multidisciplinary academic program in global health for more than 45 students per year. Programs in education and research operate in multiple countries including China, the United Kingdom, Ethiopia, Ghana, Liberia, Rwanda, and South Africa. Fundraising for research and education of more than $30 million in 5 years.

Director, Health Management Program
Yale School of Public Health, Health Policy and Administration, 2001–2010. Responsible for all aspects of academic program for 50 students annually and four primary faculty members. Coordinate health management teaching efforts in joint programs for business and medical students at Yale University. Manage alumni relations and student recruiting efforts in program. School representative for national associations of health management.

Co-Director, Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program
Yale School of Medicine, 2005–2008. Responsible for curriculum design and coordination as well as general leadership of Scholars program supporting 12-14 post-doctoral fellows per year in areas of health services and clinical research, health policy and management, and community-based research. Mentor and collaborate with Scholars on diverse research projects to develop their academic careers.

Associate Director, Health Management Program
Yale School of Public Health, Health Policy and Administration, 2000–2001. Responsible for program expansion through improved applicant pool and alumni relations; worked closely with Dean of Students and Dean of School to enhance quality and visibility of health management program.

Experience

Research

Principal Investigator, Dissertation, Yale University, The Impact of Improve Consumer Information on Health Care Decision Making, 1994–1996.

Co-Principal Investigator, Institute of Social and Policy Studies, Yale University, Patient and Community Education in Nursing Homes: The Impact of Ownership Type, 1995–1996.

Co-Principal Investigator, Claude D. Pepper for Independence of Older Americans Center Pilot Grant, Goal-Setting for Elderly with Dementia: The Differing Perspectives of Patients, Families, Case Managers, and Physicians, 1997–1998.

Principal Investigator, John D. Thompson Hospice Institute for Training, Education, and Research, Hospice Outreach and Evaluation Project: A study of clinicians’ knowledge and attitudes about hospice and post-hospital use of hospice. 1997–2000.

Co-Investigator, National Institute on Aging, R03, The Impact of Disability on Utilization and Health Care Services, 1998–1999.

Co-Investigator, Paul Beeson Physician Development Award, Communication, Alternatives, and Preferences for End of Life, 1998–2001.

Principal Investigator, Donaghue Foundation Award, African American and White Elders and Long Term Care, 1999–2001.

Principal Investigator, Nathan Cummings Foundation and the John D. Thompson Hospice Institute, Delayed Hospice Enrollment: The Impact on Family Caregivers’ Quality of Life and Well-Being, 1999–2002.

Principal Investigator, National Institute on Aging, R03, The Health Effects of Involuntary Job Loss Among Older Workers, 2001–2003.

Co-Principal Investigator, Commonwealth Fund, An Evaluation of the Replication and Dissemination of the Elder Life Program, 2000–2003.

Co-Investigator, Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research Quality, Improvement Efforts in the Care of Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction, 1999–2002.

Principal Investigator, John D. Thompson Hospice Institute for Education, Training, and Research, Improving Caregiver Well-Being, 2002–2005.

Co-Investigator, National Institute on Mental Health, Psychiatric Disorders in Dying Patients and their Survivors, 2002–2006.

Principal Investigator, Patrick & Catherine Weldon Donaghue Medical Research Foundation Investigator award, Improving Hospital Care for Older Adults, 2003–2008

Co-Investigator, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), Strategies to Reduce Time to Reperfusion Therapy for Myocardial Infarction, 2002–2005.

Principal Investigator, World Health Organization, Improving Infection Control Practices in Hospitals in China, 2004–2005.

Principal Investigator, Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative, Ethiopian Hospital Management Initiative, 2006–2014.

Principal Investigator, Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative, Liberia Health Management Development Program, 2006–2009.

Principal Investigator, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) R01, Strategies for Improving Hospital Survival rates for Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction, 2007–2011.

Principal Investigator, National Cancer Institute (NCI) R01, Hospice Ownership and End-of-Life Care, 2007–2010.

Principal Investigator, Commonwealth Fund, Diffusion of Hospital Strategies to Improve Care for Heart Attacks, 2007–2008.

Principal Investigator, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women: Yale-Tsinghua program in Health Management, 2009–2012.

Principal Investigator, South Essex Psychological Trust and National Health Services, UK, International Healthcare Management Programme, 2009 – current

Principal Investigator, Foundation for Professional Development, South Africa, Advanced Healthcare Management Program, 2009 – current

Principal Investigator, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Diffusion, Dissemination, and Take up of Family Health Innovations, 2010–1011.

Principal Investigator, Children’s Investment Foundation Fund, Ethiopian Millennium Rural Initiative, 2008–2011.

Principal Investigator, John D. Thompson Hospice Institute, Improving the Transition to Hospice and Palliative Care Services, 2005 – current.

Principal Investigator, CDC/PEPFAR, Ethiopian Hospital Initiative: Improvement of Functionality and Quality of Government Hospitals in Ethiopia through the Ethiopian Hospital Initiative, 2011–2016.

Principal Investigator, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Developing the Long-Term Capability of Ethiopia’s Health Extension Program Platform, 2012–2018.

Principal Investigator, Commonwealth Fund, Hospital Strategies to Reduce Risk Standardized 30-Day Mortality Rates for Patients with Heart Attacks, Phase 1: Promoting and Evaluating Spread of Effective Strategies, 2012–2015.

Principal Investigator, Donaghue Foundation, Hospital Strategies to Reduce Risk-Standardized 30-Day Mortality for Patients with Heart Attacks: Promoting and Evaluation Spread of Effective Strategies, 2015–2016.

Principal Investigator, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,Integration of Health and Social Services, and Health Outcomes, 2014–2016.

Principal Investigator, Commonwealth Fund, Achieving Values: Strategies for Managing Populations with Complex, High-Cost Health Needs, 2015–2017.

Principal Investigator, Commonwealth Fund, Identifying Effective Strategies for Coordinating Health Care and Social Services for High-Need, High-Cost Patients, 2015–2017.

Administration

Director, Admitting and Registration Services
Massachusetts General Hospital, 1990–1992
Responsible for $4 million budget and 90+ staff; directed admitting and registration services for 35,000 inpatient admissions and 450,000 outpatient and emergency visits or surgeries per year. Worked with senior administrative and clinical staff on strategic quality improvement efforts.

Assistant Director, Admitting Services
Massachusetts General Hospital, 1989–1990
Responsible for $2.5 million budget and 60+ staff; directed pre-admitting and financial planning aspects of admitting services; unified outpatient, emergency, and inpatient registration practices across multiple sites.

Project Coordinator
Massachusetts General Hospital, 1988–1989
Coordinated quality improvement efforts; implemented staff training and evaluation programs; unified two previously separate units to enhance operational efficiency

Administrative Fellow
Massachusetts General Hospital, 1986–1988
Performed as patient care unit manager; developed operational budget for $34 million research expansion building and program; with senior management, planned space use and worked closely with team to implement new patient care tower.

Financial Analyst
Dana Farber Institute, 1984
Analyzed impact of prospective payment regulations on cancer center.

Honors

  • Invited speaker, Aspen Ideas, Spotlight Health, June 2017, 2015
  • First author, Health Affairs Top Ten Studies, 2016
  • Reviewer, Institute of Medicine Report: The Future of Nursing, 2016
  • Invited Speaker, Yale China Assoc of Mayors, Yale Club, NY, 2016
  • Invited lecture: Frederick Barnes Lecture, Brown University, 2016
  • Keynote Speaker; 2016 Vermont Blueprint Annual Meeting, 2016
  • Guest Speaker, Yale New Haven Hospital Transforming Health Care Grand Rounds: With ACA Secure, What’s Next? Oct 13, 2015, New Haven, CT.
  • Invited Speaker, Commonwealth Fund 2015 International Symposium on Health Care Policy: Policies to bend the cost curve: December 8, 2015.
  • Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame: Global Impact Honoree, November, 2015.
  • Induction in the Association of the Yale Alumni Winslow Centennial Honor Roll for Excellence and Service, October, 2015.
  • Keynote Speaker, Leadership Saves Lives 2015 Annual Meeting: Leadership as a relational concept, June 24, 2015, Scottsdale, AZ.
  • Keynote Speaker, Universal Health Care Foundation: Getting Better Health – Connecting Care and Community, April 29, 2015, New Haven, CT.
  • Keynote Speaker, CMS Ground Rounds: Spending More and Getting Less – A look inside the United States, April 21, 2015, Baltimore, MD.
  • Expert Advisory Panel Member, NCI Grant: Quality and Costs of Oncological Care in Accountable Care Organizations, 2015–2018
  • Keynote Speaker, National Academy for State Health Policy, 27th Annual State Health Policy Conference, GA 2014
  • Keynote Speaker, 4th Annual Innovations Conference, The Center for Primary Care, Harvard Medical School, 2014
  • John D. Thompson Distinguished Visiting Fellows Award, 2014
  • Yale Graduate Writing Ctr Nominee for Excellence in Mentoring, 2013–2014
  • White House Conference on Research Policies to Improve US Healthcare Affordability, Panel Member, 2013
  • Senior Author, Best Abstract Award, Academy Health (with Nembhard), 2012
  • Senior author, Young Investigator’s Award (with Carlson) AAHPM, 2011
  • Senior author, Best Abstract Award, Academy Health, 2010
  • Co-author, Post Award (with Schulman-Green) AAHPM-AHPN, 2010
  • Co-author, Most Outstanding Poster (with Santana) Academy Health, 2009
  • Invited Member, World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council for Healthcare Systems, 2008–2011
  • Co-author, Best Poster Award (with Lai) Am Geriatr Soc, 2007
  • Teacher of the Year, Yale School of Public Health, 1999, 2001, 2005
  • Fellow, Gerontological Society of America, 2004
  • John D. Thompson Young Investigator Award in Health Services Rsrch, 2003
  • Co-author, Best Ethics Poster (with Goldstein), Am Geriatr Soc, 2003
  • Investigator Award, Donaghue Medical Research Foundation, 2003–2008
  • Co-author, Best Ethics Poster Award (with Fried), Am Geriatr Soc, 2002
  • Ollie Randall Award Symposium, Gerontological Society of America, 1997
  • Mary Bachmeyer Award for leadership potential in health services, 1986
  • M. Kronfeld Prize for outstanding undergraduate economics thesis, 1984
  • Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard University, 1984

Professional Memberships

  • Academy Health
  • Gerontological Society of America

Editorial Boards

  • International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 2015 – current
  • BMJ Quality and Safety, 2014 – current
  • Health Services Research, 2012–2017

Scientific Review Committees

  • Health Services, Organization, and Delivery, NIH Study Section, 2013–2015
  • Institute of Medicine, Evaluation of the Lovell Federal Health Care Center
  • Merger: Findings, Conclusions and Recommendations, 2012
  • National Center for Palliative Care Research, Study Section, 2007
  • Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), Health Services Research Review Committee, 2004–2007
  • Special review committee, National Institute of Heart, Lung, and Blood
  • Infections (NHLBI), 2002

Councils and Boards

  • The Hastings Center, Advisory Council Member, 2017–
  • Institute of Healthcare Improvement Scientific Advisory Group, 2016–2019
  • Edinburgh Global Academy Advisory Board, 2013–
  • Ghana Mental Health Board, 2013–
  • Standing Advisory & Appointments Committee, Yale Sch of Mgmt, 2014–2017
  • Yale University, Budget Committee, 2013–2014
  • Emeriti Retirement Health Solutions Board Member, 2013–2016
  • Connecticut Foundation for Better Health Board Member, 2013–2014
  • Yale School of Public Health Council on Recruiting, Retaining, and Promoting Underrepresented Minority Faculty, 2007–2009
  • Board Member, National Center for Health Care Leadership, 2005–2008
  • Coalition to Improve Care at the End of Life, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Planning Project in Connecticut, 1998–2000
  • Board of Trustees, Vice President, Mooreland Hill School, 1994–9

Published Papers

  1. Schlesinger M, Gray B, Bradley EH. Charity and community: the role of nonprofit ownership in a managed health care system. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law 1996; 21(4):697-751.
  2. Bradley EH, Walker L, Blechner B, Wetle T. Assessing capacity to participate in discussions of advance directives: findings from a study of the Patient Self-Determination Act. The Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 1997; 45(1):79-83.
  3. Merson M, Bradley EH. Enhancing awareness of hospice through physician assisted living: public health perspectives. Connecticut Medicine 1997; 61(12):789-791.
  4. Bradley EH, Blechner B, Walker L, Wetle T. Institutional efforts to promote advance care planning in nursing homes. The Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics 1997; 25(2):5-14.
  5. Grogan CM. Bradley E. Emphasizing patient participation: The key to determining appropriate end-of-life care? Health Care Management 1997; 3(1):23-30.
  6. Walker L, Bradley EH, Blechner B, Wetle T. Problems in implementing the Patient Self Determination Act in nursing homes. Journal of Mental Health and Aging 1998; 4(1):83-96.
  7. Bradley EH, Walker L, Horwitz SM. Advance directives and the role of health beliefs. Journal of Mental Health and Aging 1998; 4(3):373-386.
  8. Bradley EH, Wetle T, Horwitz SM. The Patient Self-Determination Act and advance directive completion in nursing homes. Archives of Family Medicine 1998; 7:417-423.
  9. Bradley EH, Horwitz SM, Grogan C, Roberto M. Monitoring clinical quality in Medicaid managed care. Connecticut Medicine 1998; 62(4):215-221.
  10. Bradley EH, Walker LC. Education and advance care planning in nursing homes: the impact of ownership type. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 1998; 27(3):339-357.
  11. Bradley EH, Peiris V, Wetle T, Discussions of end-of-life care in nursing homes. Journal of American Geriatrics Society 1998; 46:1235-1241.
  12. Bogardus ST, Bradley EH, Tinetti M. A taxonomy for goal setting in the care of persons with dementia. Journal of General Internal Medicine 1998; 13:675-680.
  13. Bradley EH, Rizzo J. Public information and private search: evaluating the Patient Self-Determination Act. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law 1999; 24(2): 239-272.
  14. Bradley EH, Bogardus ST, Tinetti M, Inouye S. Goal setting in clinical medicine. Social Science and Medicine 1999; 49:267-278.
  15. Gallo WT, Bradley EH, Siegel M, Kasl SV. Health effects of involuntary job loss among older workers: findings from the Health and Retirement Survey. Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences 2000; 55B: S131-140.
  16. Bradley EH, Cicchetti D, Fried T, Rousseau DM, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Kasl S, Horwitz S. Attitudes about care at the end of life among clinicians: development of a brief assessment instrument. Journal of Palliative Care 2000; 16:6-14.
  17. Bradley EH, Bogardus ST, van Doorn C, Williams CS, Cherlin E, Inouye SK. Goals in geriatric assessment: are we measuring the right outcomes? The Gerontologist 2000; 40:191-196.
  18. Bradley EH, Fried TR, Kasl SV, Cicchetti D, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Horwitz SM. Referral of terminally ill patients for hospice: frequency and correlates. Journal of Palliative Care 2000; 16:20-26.
  19. Bradley EH, White W, Anderson E, Mattocks K, Pistell A. The role of gender in MPH graduates’ salaries. Journal of Health Administration Education 2001; 18:375-390.
  20. Gallo WT, Bradley EH, Kasl SV. The effect of job displacement on subsequent health. Quarterly Journal of Economic Research 2001; 70:159-165.
  21. Gallo WT, Bradley EH, Siegel M, Kasl SV. The impact of involuntary job loss on subsequent alcohol consumption by older workers: findings from the Health and Retirement Survey. Journals of Gerontology 2001; 56B:S3-S9.
  22. Bradley EH, Cherlin E, McCorkle R, Fried TR, Kasl SV, Cicchetti DV, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Horwitz SM. Nurses’ use of palliative care practices in the acute care setting. Journal of Professional Nursing 2001; 17:14-22.
  23. Bogardus, Jr. ST, Bradley EH, Williams CS, van Doorn C, Tinetti M, Inouye SK. Goals for the care of frail older adults: do caregivers and clinicians agree? American Journal of Medicine 2001;110:97-102.
  24. Gallo WT, Baker MJ, Bradley EH. Factors associated with home versus institutional death among cancer patients in Connecticut. Journal of American Geriatrics Society 2001; 49: 771-777
  25. Robbins CJ, Bradley EH, Spicer MA. Developing leadership in healthcare administration: a competency assessment tool. Journal of Healthcare Management 2001; 46:188-202.
  26. Bradley EH, Hallemeier AG, Fried TR, Cherlin EJ, Kasl SV, Hurzeler RJ, Horwitz SM. Documentation of discussions about prognosis with terminally ill patients. American Journal of Medicine 2001; 111:218-223.
  27. Bradley EH, Holmboe E, Mattera J, Roumanis S, Radford MJ, Krumholz HK. A qualitative study of increasing beta-blocker use after myocardial infarction: why do some hospitals succeed? Journal of American Medical Association 2001; 285:2604-2611.
  28. Fried TR. Bradley EH. Williams CS. Tinetti ME. Functional disability and health care expenditures for older persons. Archives of Internal Medicine 2001; 161:2602-7.
  29. Bradley EH, Cramer LD, Bogardus ST, Kasl SV, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Horwitz SM. Physicians’ ratings of their knowledge, attitudes and end-of-life care practices. Academic Medicine 2002; 77:305-311.
  30. Fried TR, Bradley EH, Towle V, Allore H. Understanding the treatment preferences of seriously ill patients. New England Journal of Medicine 2002; 346:1061-1066.
  31. Owens PL, Bradley EH, Horwitz SM, Viscoli CM, Kernan WN, Brass LM, Sarrel PM, Horwitz RI. Clinical assessment of function among women with a recent cerebrovascular event: a self-reported versus performance-based measure. Annals of Internal Medicine 2002; 136:802-811.
  32. Bradley EH, McGraw SA, Curry LA, Buckser A, King KL, Kasl S, Andersen R. Expanding the Andersen model: the role of psychosocial factors in long-term care use. Health Services Research 2002; 37:1221-1242.
  33. Bradley EH, Curry L, CS Williams, van Doorn C, Fried TR, Fortinsky R, Kasl SV. Social support and social networks in the last year of life. Journal of Mental Health and Aging 2002; 8:7-18.
  34. Erickson SE, Fried TR, Cherlin E, Horwitz SM. Johnson-Hurzeler R. Bradley EH The effect of inpatient hospice units on hospice use post-admission. Home Health Care Services Quarterly 2002; 21:73-83.
  35. Fried TR, Bradley EH, Towle VR. Assessment of patient preferences: integrating treatment and outcomes. Journals of Gerontology: Psychological and Social Sciences 2002; 57B:S348-S354.
  36. McGraw SA, Dobihal E, Baggish R, Bradley EH. How can we improve care at the end of life in Connecticut? Recommendations from focus groups. Connecticut Medicine 2002; 66:655-664.
  37. Siegel M, Bradley EH, Gallo, WT, Kasl SV. Impact of husbands’ involuntary job loss on wives’ mental health, among older adults. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 2003; 58B:S30-S37.
  38. Gallo WT, Endrass J, Bradley EH, Hell D, Kasl SV. 2003. The influence of internal control on the employment status of German workers. Journal of Applied Social Science Studies 2003; 123:71-82.
  39. Prigerson H, Cherlin E, Chen J, Kasl SV, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Bradley EH. The Stressful Care giving Adult Reactions to Experiences of Dying (SCARED) Scale: a measure for assessing caregiver exposure to distress in terminal care. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2003; 11:309-319.
  40. Fried TR, Bradley EH. What matters to seriously ill older persons making end-of-life treatment decisions? A qualitative study. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2003; 6:237-244.
  41. Yueh B, Weaver EM, Bradley EH, Krumholz HM, Heagerty P, Conley A, Sasaki CT. A critical evaluation of critical pathways in head and neck cancer. Archives of Otolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery 2003; 129:89-95.
  42. Fried TR, Bradley EH, Towle VR. Valuing the outcomes of the treatment: Do patients and their caregivers agree? Archives of Internal Medicine 2003; 163:2073-2082.
  43. Bradley EH, Holmboe E, Mattera J, Roumanis S, Radford MJ, Krumholz HK. The roles of senior management in quality improvement efforts: what are the key components? Journal of Healthcare Management 2003; 48:15-28.
  44. Fried TR, Bradley EH, O’Leary J. Prognosis communication in serious illness: perceptions of older patients, caregivers, and clinicians. Journal of American Geriatrics Association 2003; 51:1398-1403.
  45. Siegel M, Bradley EH, Kasl S. Self-rated life expectancy as a predictor of mortality: evidence from the HRS and AHEAD surveys. Gerontology 2003; 49:265-271.
  46. Holmboe E, Bradley EH, Mattera J, Roumanis S, Radford MJ, Krumholz HK. Characteristics of physician leaders working to improve the quality of care in acute myocardial infarction. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Safety 2003; 29:289-296.
  47. Tong E, McGraw SA, Dobihal E, Baggish R, Cherlin E, Bradley EH. What is a good death? Minority and non-minority perspectives. Journal of Palliative Care 2003; 19:168- 175.
  48. Cramer LD, McCorkle R, Cherlin E, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Bradley EH. Nurses’ attitudes and practice related to hospice care. Journal of Nursing Scholarship 2003; 35: 249-255.
  49. Bradley EH, Holmboe E, Wang Y, Herrin J, Frederick P, Mattera JA, Roumanis SA, Radford MJ, Krumholz, HM. What are hospitals doing to increase beta-blocker use? Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Safety 2003; 29:409-415.
  50. Bradley EH. Use of evidence in implementing competency-based teaching. Journal of Health Administration Education 2003; 20:287-304.
  51. Bogardus Jr. ST, Bradley EH, Williams CS, Maciejewski PK, Gallo WT, Inouye SK. Achieving goals in geriatric assessment: role of caregiver agreement and adherence to recommendations. Journal of American Geriatrics Society 2004; 52:99-105.
  52. Rosenbaum JR, Bradley EH, Holmboe HS, Farrell MH, Krumholz HM. Sources of conflict in medical house staff training: a qualitative study, American Journal of Medicine 2004; 116:402-407.
  53. Bradley EH, Holmboe E, Mattera J, Roumanis S, Radford MJ, Krumholz HK. Data feedback efforts in quality improvement: lessons learned from US hospitals. Quality Safety in Health Care 2004; 13(1): 26-31.
  54. Gallo WT, Bradley EH, Falba TA, Dubin JA, Cramer LD, Kasl SV. Involuntary job loss as a risk factor for subsequent myocardial infarction and stroke: findings from the Health and Retirement Survey. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 2004; 45:408-416.
  55. Goldstein NE, Concato J, Fried TR, Kasl SV, Johnson-Hurzeler R. Bradley EH. Factors associated with caregiver burden among caregivers of terminally ill patients with cancer. Journal of Palliative Care 2004; 20:38-43.
  56. Carlson MDA, Gallo WT, Bradley EH. Ownership status and patterns of care in hospice: results from the National Home and Hospice Care Survey. Medical Care 2004; 42:432-438.
  57. Siegel M, Bradley EH, Gallo, WT, Kasl SV. The effect of spousal mental and physical health on husbands’ and wives’ depressive symptoms, among older adults: longitudinal evidence from the Health and Retirement Survey. Journal of Aging and Health 2004; 16: 398-425.
  58. Bradley EH, McGraw SA, Curry LA, Webster T, Kasl S, Andersen R. Intended use of informal long-term care: the role of race/ethnicity. Ethnicity and Health 2004; 9:37-54.
  59. Bradley EH, Herrin J, Mattera JA, Holmboe E, Wang Y, Frederick P, Roumanis SA, Radford MJ, Krumholz HM. Hospital-level performance improvement: beta-blocker use after acute myocardial infarction. Medical Care 2004; 42:591-599.
  60. Cherlin E, Schulman-Green D, McCorkle R, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Bradley EH. Family perceptions of clinicians’ outstanding practices in end of life care. Journal of Palliative Care 2004; 20:113-116.
  61. Curry LA, Bradley EH, Robison J. Individual decisions in financing nursing home care: Psychosocial considerations. Journal of Aging Studies 2004; 18: 337-352.
  62. Bogardus, Jr. ST, Geist D, Bradley EH. Physicians’ interaction with third-party payers: Is deception necessary? Archives of Internal Medicine 2004; 164:1841-1844.
  63. Bradley, EH, Webster TR, Baker D, Schlesinger M, Inouye SK, Barth MC, Lapane K, Lipson D, Stone R, Koren MJ. Translating research into action: Speeding the adoption of innovative healthcare programs. Issue Brief (Commonwealth Fund) 2004; 724:1-12.
  64. Webster TR, Curry LA, McGraw SA, Buckser A, Bradley EH. The role of intended use in actual use of home care: is race a factor? Home Health Care Services Quarterly 2004; 23(3):57-68.
  65. Bradley EH, Herrin J, Wang, Y, McNamara R, Webster T, Magid D, Blaney M, Peterson E, Canto J, Pollack C, Krumholz HM for the NRMI Investigators. Racial and ethnic differences in the time to acute reperfusion therapy for patients hospitalized with myocardial infarction. Journal of American Medical Association 2004; 292:1563-1572.
  66. Bradley EH, Schlesinger M, Webster TR, Baker D, Inouye SK. Translating Research into Practice: making change happen. Journal of American Geriatrics Society 2004; 52:1875-1882.
  67. Bradley EH, Prigerson H, Carlson MDA, Cherlin E, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Kasl S. Depression among surviving caregivers: does length of hospice enrollment matter? American Journal of Psychiatry 2004; 161:2257-2262.
  68. Goldstein NE, Lampert R, MD, Bradley EH, Lynn J, Krumholz HM. Management of implantable cardioverter defibrillators in end-of-life care. Annals of Internal Medicine 2004; 141:835-838.
  69. Schulman-Green D, McCorkle R, Curry L, Cherlin E, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Bradley EH. At the crossroads: Making the transition to hospice. Palliative and Supportive Care 2004; 2: 351-360.
  70. Tang S, McCorkle R, Bradley EH. Determinants of death in an inpatient hospice for terminally ill cancer patients. Palliative and Supportive Care 2004; 2:361-370.
  71. Wild D, Bradley EH. The gap between nurses and residents in a community hospital’s error reporting system. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Safety 2005; 31:13-20.
  72. Schulman-Green D, McCorkle R., Cherlin E, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Bradley EH. Nurses’ communication of prognosis and implications for hospice referral: a study of nurses caring for terminally ill hospitalized patients. American Journal of Critical Care 2005; 14:65-70.
  73. Fried TR, Bradley EH, O’Leary JR, Byers AL. Unmet desire for caregiver-patient communication and increased caregiver burden. Journal of American Geriatrics Society 2005, 53:59-85.
  74. Stuber J, Bradley EH. Barriers to Medicaid enrollment: Who is at risk? American Journal of Public Health 2005; 95:292-298.
  75. Helfand B, Cherlin E, Bradley EH. Next Generation Leadership: a profile of self-rated competencies among administrative residents and fellows. Journal of Health Administration Education 2005; 22:85-105.
  76. Nallamothu BK, Bates ER, Herrin J, Wang Y, Bradley EH, Krumholz HM. Times-to-treatment in transfer patients undergoing primary percutaneous coronary intervention in the United States: National Registry of Myocardial Infarction-3/4 Analysis. Circulation 2005; 111:761-767.
  77. Bradley EH, Herrin J, Mattera JA, Holmboe E, Wang Y, Frederick P, Roumanis SA, Radford MJ, Krumholz, HM. Quality improvement efforts and hospital performance: rates of beta-blocker prescription after acute myocardial infarction. Medical Care 2005; 43: 282-292.
  78. Bradley EH, Carlson MDA, Gallo WT, Scinto J, Krumholz HM. From adversary to partner: Have quality improvement organizations made the transition? Health Services Research 2005; 40:459-476.
  79. Bullock K, McGraw SA, Blank K, Bradley EH. What matters to older African Americans facing end-of-life decisions? A focus group study. Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life & Palliative Care 2005;1:3-19.
  80. Parkosewich J, Funk M, Bradley EH. Applying five key success factors to optimize the quality of care for patients hospitalized with coronary artery disease. Progress in Cardiovascular Nursing 2005; 20:111-116.
  81. Naik AD, Schulman-Green D, McCorkle R, Bradley EH, Bogardus, Jr. ST. Will older persons and their clinicians use a shared decision making instrument? Journal of General Internal Medicine 2005; 20:640-643.
  82. Magid DJ, Wang Y, Herrin J, McNamara RL, Bradley EH, Curtis JP, Pollack CV, French WJ, Blaney M, Krumholz HM. Relationship between time of day, day of week, timeliness of reperfusion and in-hospital mortality for patients with acute ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction. Journal of the American Medical Association 2005; 294:803-812.
  83. Bradley EH, Schlesinger M, Webster TR, Baker D, Inouye SK. After adoption: sustaining the innovation. A case study of disseminating the Hospital Elder Life Program. Journal of American Geriatrics Society 2005; 53:1455-1461.
  84. Bradley EH, Roumanis SA, Radford MJ, Webster TR, McNamara RL, Mattera JA, Barton B, Berg D, Portnay EL, Moscovitz H, Parkosewich J, Holmboe ES, Blaney M, Krumholz HM, for the NRMI Investigators. Achieving door-to-balloon times that meet quality guidelines: how do successful hospitals do it? Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2005; 46:1236-1241.
  85. Goldstein NE, Concato J, Bradley EH, O’Leary JR, Fried TR. Doctor-patient communication about prognosis and life expectancy: the influence of race and economic status. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2005; 8:998-1004.
  86. Apkon M, Mattera JA. Lin Z, Herrin J, Bradley EH, Carbone M, Holmboe E, Gross C, Selter J, Yuen G, Rich A, Krumholz HM. A randomized outpatient trial of a decision-support information technology tool. Archives of Internal Medicine 2005; 165:2388-2394.
  87. Cherlin E, Fried T, Prigerson HG, Schulman-Green D, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Bradley EH. Communication between physicians and family caregivers about care at the end of life: when do we talk and what do we say? Journal of Palliative Medicine 2005; 8:1176-1185.
  88. McNamara RL, Herrin J, Bradley EH, Portnay EL, Curtis JP, Wang Y, Magid DJ, Blaney M, Krumholz HM for the NRMI Investigators. Hospital improvement in time to reperfusion in patients with acute myocardial infarction, 1999-2002. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2006; 47:45-51.
  89. Nallamothu BK, Wang Y, Magid DJ, McNamara RL, Herrin J, Bradley EH, Bates ER, Pollack CV, Krumholz HM. Relationship between hospital specialization with primary percutaneous coronary intervention and clinical outcomes in ST-elevation myocardial infarction. Circulation 2006; 113:222-229.
  90. Fried TR, Bradley EH, O’Leary J. Changes in prognostic awareness among seriously ill older persons and their caregivers. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2006; 9: 61-69.
  91. Bradley EH, Curry LA, Webster TR, Mattera JA, Roumanis SA, Radford MJ, McNamara RL, Barton BA, Berg DN, Krumholz HM. Achieving rapid door-to-balloon times: How top hospitals improve complex clinical systems. Circulation 2006; 113:1079-1085.
  92. Kris AE, Cherlin EJ, Prigerson H, Carlson, MDA, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Kasl SV, Bradley EH. Length of hospice enrollment and subsequent depression in family caregivers: 13-month follow-up study. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2006; 14:264-269.
  93. Nallamothu BK, Bates ER, Wang Y, Bradley EH, Krumholz HM. Driving times and distance to hospitals with percutaneous coronary intervention in the United States: Implications for pre-hospital triage of patients with ST-elevation myocardial infarction. Circulation 2006; 113:1189-1195.
  94. Curtis JP, Portnay EL, Wang Y, McNamara RL, Herrin J, Bradley EH, Magid DJ, Blaney ME, Canto JG, Krumholz HM. The pre-hospital electrocardiogram and time to reperfusion in patients with acute myocardial infarction, 2000-2002: Findings from The National Registry of Myocardial Infarction Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2006; 47:1544-1552
  95. Ross JS, Bradley EB, Busch SH. Use of health-care services by lower income and higher-income uninsured adults. Journal of the American Medical Association 2006; 295:2027-2036.
  96. McNamara RL, Wang Y, Herrin J, Curtis J, Bradley EH, Magid DJ, Peterson E, Blaney M, Frederick P, Krumholz HM. Effect of door-to-balloon time on mortality in patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2006; 47:2180-2186.
  97. Bradley EH, Herrin J, Wang Y, McNamara RL, Radford MJ, Magid DJ, Canto JG, Blaney M, Krumholz HM. Door-to-drug and door-to-balloon times: where can we improve? Time to reperfusion therapy in patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI). American Heart Journal 2006; 151:1281-1287.
  98. Bradley EH, Herrin J, Elbel B, McNamara RL, Magid DJ, Nallamothu BK, Wang Y, Normand SL, Spertus JA, Blaney M, Krumholz HM. Hospital quality for acute myocardial infarction: Correlation among process measures and relationship with short-term mortality. Journal of the American Medical Association 2006; 296:72-78.
  99. Gallo WT, Bradley EH, Dubin J, Jones RN, TA Falba, Kasl SV. The persistence of depressive symptoms in older workers who experience involuntary job loss: Results from the Health and Retirement Survey, Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences 2006; 61B: S221-S228.
  100. Green D, Naik AD, McCorkle R, Bradley EH, Falzer PR, Bogardus, Jr, ST, Goal setting as a shared decision-making strategy among clinicians and their older patients. Patient Education and Counseling 2006; 63:145-151.
  101. Gallo WT, Teng HM, Falba TA, Kasl SV, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. The impact of late-career job loss on myocardial infarction and stroke: a 10-year follow-up using the Health and Retirement Survey. Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2006; 63: 683-387.
  102. Bradley EH, Webster TR, Schlesinger M, Baker D, Inouye SK. The roles of senior management in improving hospital experiences for frail older adults. Journal of Healthcare Management 2006; 51: 323-337.
  103. Inouye SK, Baker DL, Fugal P, Bradley EH, for the HELP Dissemination Project, Dissemination of the hospital elder life program: Implementation, adaptation, and successes, Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2006;54:1492-1499.
  104. Gallo WT, Bradley EH, Teng HM, Kasl SV. The effect of recurrent involuntary job loss on the depressive symptoms of older U.S. workers. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health 2006; 80:109-116.
  105. Bradley EH, Webster TR, Schlesinger M, Baker D, Inouye, SK. Patterns of diffusion of evidence-based clinical programs: A case study of the Hospital Elder Life Program. Quality and Safety in Health Care 2006; 15:334-338.
  106. Bradley EH, Herrin J, Wang Y, Barton BA, Webster TR, Mattera JA, Roumanis SA, Curtis JP, Nallamothu BK, Magid DJ, McNamara RL, Parkosewich J, Loeb J, Krumholz HM. Strategies for reducing the door-to-balloon time in acute myocardial infarction. New England Journal of Medicine 2006; 355:2308-2320.
  107. Tinetti ME, Gordon C, Sogolow E, Lapin P, Bradley EH. Fall risk evaluation and management: Challenges in adopting geriatric care practices. Gerontologist 2006; 46:771-725.
  108. Fenix JB, Cherlin EJ, Prigerson HG, R. Johnson-Hurzeler, Kasl SV, Bradley EH. Religiousness and major depression among bereaved family caregivers: A 13-month follow-up study. Journal of Palliative Care 2006; 22:286-292.
  109. Cherlin E, Helfand B, Elbel B, Busch SH, Bradley EH. Cultivating next generation leadership: Preceptors’ rating of competencies in post-graduate administrative residents and fellows. Journal of Health Administration Education 2006; 23:351-365.
  110. Nunez-Smith M, Curry LA, Bigby J, Berg D, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. Impact of race on the professional lives of physicians of African descent. Annals of Internal Medicine 2007; 146:45-51.
  111. Krumholz H, Normand SL, Spertus J, Shahian, DM, Bradley EH. Measuring performance for treating heart attacks and heart failure: The case for outcomes measurement. Health Affairs 2007; 26: 75-85.
  112. Ross JS, Cha SS, Epstein AJ, Wang Y, Bradley EH, Herrin J, Lichtman JH, Normand SL, Masoudi FA, Krumholz HM. Quality of care for acute myocardial infarction at urban safety net hospitals. Health Affairs 2007; 26:238-248.
  113. Bernheim SM, Spertus JA, Reid KJ, Bradley EH, Desai RA, Peterson, ED, Rathore SS, Normand SL, Jones PG, Rahimi A, Krumholz, HM. Socioeconomic disparities in outcomes following acute myocardial infarction. American Heart Journal 2007; 153:313-319.
  114. Cherlin EJ, Barry CL, Prigerson HG, Schulman-Green D, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Kasl SV, Bradley EH. Bereavement services for family caregivers: How often used, why and why not? Journal of Palliative Medicine 2007; 10:148-158.
  115. Ross JS, Bernheim SM, Bradley EH, Teng HM, Gallo WT. Use of preventative care by the working poor in the United States. Preventative Medicine 2007; 44:254-259.
  116. Carlson MDA, Morrison RS, Holford T, Bradley EH. Hospice care: What services do patients and their families receive? Health Services Research 2007; 42:1672-1690.
  117. Bradley EH, Curry LA, Devers K. Qualitative data analysis for health services research: Developing taxonomy, themes and theory. Health Services Research 2007; 42:1758-1772.
  118. Pashman J, Bradley EH, Wang H, Higa B, Fu M, Dembry LM. Promotion of hand hygiene: Techniques through the use of a surveillance tool. Journal of Hospital Infection 2007; 66:249-254.
  119. Wang OJ, Wang Y, Lichtman JH, Bradley EH, Normand SL, Krumholz HM. “America’s best hospitals” in the treatment of acute myocardial infarction. Archives of Internal Medicine 2007; 167:1345-1351.
  120. Bradley EH, Nallamothu BK, Curtis J, Webster TR, Magid DJ, Granger C, Moscucci, M, Krumholz HM. Summary of evidence regarding hospital strategies to reduce door-to-balloon times for patients with ST-Segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) undergoing primary percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). Critical Pathways in Cardiology 2007; 6:91-97.
  121. Cosgriff JA, Pisani M, Bradley EH, O’Leary JR, Fried TR. The association between treatment preferences and trajectories of care at the end-of-life. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2007; 22:1566-1571.
  122. Nallamothu BK, Bradley EH, Krumholz HM. Time-to-treatment in primary percutaneous coronary intervention. New England Journal of Medicine 2007; 357:1631-1638.
  123. Neri SV, Bradley EH, Groce NE. Frequency of HIV testing among persons with disabilities: Results from the National Health Interview Survey, 2002. AIDS Education and Prevention 2007; 19:545-554.
  124. Cherlin E, Morris V, Morris J, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Sullivan GM, Bradley EH. Common myths about caring for patients with terminal illness: Opportunities to improve care in the hospital setting. Journal of Hospital Medicine 2007; 2: 357-365.
  125. McNamara RL, Herrin J, Wang Y, Curtis JP, Bradley EH, Magid DJ, Rathore SS, Nallamothu BK, Peterson ED, Blaney ME, Frederick P, Krumholz HM. Impact of delay in door-to-needle time on mortality in patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction. American Journal of Cardiology. 2007; 100:1227–1232.
  126. Goldstein NE, Mehta D, Teitelbaum E, Bradley EH, Morrison RS. “It’s like crossing a bridge” complexities preventing physicians from discussing deactivation of implantable defibrillators at the end of life. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2008; 23 (Suppl 1):2-6.
  127. Goldstein NE, Mehta D, Siddiqui S, Teitelbaum E, Zeidman J, Singson M, Pe E, Bradley EH, Morrison RS. “That’s like an act of suicide” patients’ attitudes toward deactivation of implantable defibrillators. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2008; 23 (Suppl 1):7-12.
  128. Krumholz HM, Bradley EH, Nallamothu BK, Ting HH, Batchelor WB, Kline-Rogers E, Stern AF, Byrd JR, Brush JE. A campaign to improve the timeliness of primary percutaneous coronary intervention: Door-to-Balloon: An Alliance for Quality. JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions 2008, 1:97 -104.
  129. Bernheim SM, Ross JS, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. Influence of patients’ socioeconomic status on clinical management decisions: A qualitative study. Archives of Family Medicine 2008; 6: 53-59
  130. Carlson MDA, Morrison, SE, Bradley EH. Improving access to hospice care: Informing the debate. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2008; 11:438-443.
  131. Ting HH, Bradley EH, Wang Y, Nallamothu BK, Gersh BJ, Roger VL, Lichtman JH, Curtis JP, Krumholz HM. Delay in presentation and reperfusion therapy in ST-elevation myocardial infarction. American Journal of Medicine 2008, 121: 316-323.
  132. Leu MG, Cheung M, Webster TR, Curry L, Bradley EH, Fifield J. Burstin H. Centers speak up: The clinical context for health information technology in the ambulatory setting. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2008; 23:372-378.
  133. Berman L, Dardik A. Bradley E, Gusberg R, Fraenkel L. Informed consent for abdominal aortic aneurysm repair: Assessing variations in surgeon opinion through a national survey. Journal of Vascular Surgery 2008; 47:287-295.
  134. Ting HH, Bradley EH, Wang Y, Lichtman JH, Nallamothu BK, Sullivan MD, Gersh BJ, Roger VL, Curtis JP, Krumholz HM. Factors associated with longer time from symptom onset to hospital presentation for patients with ST-Elevation myocardial infarction. Archives of Internal Medicine 2008; 168:959-968.
  135. Webster TR, Curry L. Berg D, Radford M, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. Organizational resiliency: How top performing hospitals respond to setbacks in improving quality of cardiac care. Journal of Healthcare Management 2008; 53:169-182.
  136. Hartwig K, Pashman J, Cherlin E, Dale M, Callaway M, Czaplinski C, Wood WE, Abebe Y, Dentry T, Bradley EH. Hospital management in the context of health sector reform: A planning model in Ethiopia. International Journal of Health Planning and Management 2008; 23:203-218.
  137. Carlson MDA, Schlesinger M, Holford TR, Morrison RS, Bradley EH. Regulating Palliative Care: The case for hospice. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2008; 36:107-116.
  138. Lai JM, Gill TM, Cooney LM, Bradley EH, Hawkins KA, Karlawish JH. Everyday decision-making ability in older persons with cognitive impairment. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2008; 16:693-696.
  139. Nunez-Smith M, Curry LA, Berg D, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. Healthcare workplace conversations on race and the perspectives of African descent. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2008; 23:1471-1476.
  140. Bradley EH, Nallamothu BK, Stern AF, Byrd JR, Cherlin EJ, Wang Y, Yuan C, Nembhard I, Brush JE, Krumholz HM. Contemporary evidence: Baseline data from the D2B Alliance. BMC Research Notes 2008; 1:23.
  141. Ting HH, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH, Cone DC, Curtis JP, Drew BJ, Field JM, French WJ, Gibler WB, Goff DC, Jacobs AK, Nallamothu BK, O’Connor RE, Schuur JD. Implementation and integration of prehospital electrocardiograms into systems of care for acute coronary syndrome. Circulation 2008; 118:1066-1079.
  142. Horwitz LI, Moin T, Krumholz HM, Wang, L, Bradley EH. Consequences of inadequate sign-out for patient care. Archives of Internal Medicine 2008; 168:1755-1760.
  143. Bradley EH, Cherlin E, Busch SH, Epstein A, Helfand B, White WD. Adopting a competency-based model: Mapping curricula and assessing student progress. Journal of Health Administration Education 2008; 25:37-51.
  144. Bradley EH, Hartwig KA, Rowe L, Cherlin EJ, Pashman J, Wong R, Dentry T, Wood WE, Abebe Y. Hospital Quality Improvement in Ethiopia: A Partnership-Mentoring Model. International Journal for Quality in Health Care 2008; 20:392-399.
  145. Schulman-Green D, Bradley EH, Beckman Pace K, Cherlin E, Hennesey M, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Neigh JE. Testing a standardized symptom assessment tool: Experiences from the NAHC QAPI Collaborative. Caring 2008; 27:14-18.
  146. Yuan CT, Dembry LM, Higa B, Fu M, Wang H, Bradley EH. Perceptions of hand hygiene practices in China. Journal of Hospital Infection 2009; 71:157-162.
  147. Diamond LC, Schenker Y, Curry L, Bradley EH, Fernandez A. Getting by: Underuse of interpreters by resident physicians. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2009; 24:256-262.
  148. Bradley EH, Nallamothu BK, Stern AF, Cherlin EJ, Wang Y, Byrd JR, Linnander EL, Nazem AG, Brush JE, Krumholz HM. The door-to-balloon alliance for quality: Who joins national collaborative efforts and why? Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety 2009; 35:93-97.
  149. Leinau L, Murphy TE, Bradley EH, Fried T. Relationship between conditions addressed by hemodialysis guidelines and non-ESRD-specific conditions affection quality of life. Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 2009;4:572-578.
  150. Curry LA, Nembhard IM, Bradley EH. Qualitative and mixed methods provide unique contributions to outcomes research. Circulation 2009;119:1442-1452.
  151. Ting HH, Shojania KG, Montori V, Bradley EH. Quality improvement: Science and action. Circulation, 2009;119:1962-1974.
  152. Nallamothu BK, Krumholz HM, Peterson ED, Pan W, Bradley E, Stern AF, Masoudi FA, Janicke DM, Hernandez AF, Cannon CP, Fonarow GC. Door-to-balloon times in hospitals within the Get-With-The Guidelines Registry after initiation of the D2B alliance. American Journal of Cardiology, 2009;103:1051-1055.
  153. Bradley EH, Curry LA, Ramanadhan S, Rowe L, Nembhard IM, Krumholz HM. Research in action: Using positive deviance to improve quality of health care. Implementation Science 2009; 4:25.
  154. Wong R, Bradley E. Developing patient registration and medical records management systems in Ethiopia. International Journal for Quality in Health Care 2009; 21: 253-258.
  155. Goldstein NE, Bradley EH, Zeidman J, Mehta D, Morrison, S. Differences between physicians regarding conversations about deactivation of implantable defibrillators in seriously ill patients: Results of a nation wide survey comparing cardiology specialists to primary care physicians. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2009; 54:371-373.
  156. Schulman-Green D, McCorkle R, Bradley EH. Tailoring traditional interviewing techniques for qualitative research with seriously ill patients about the end of life: A primer. Omega 2009; 60:89-109.
  157. Horwitz LI, Moin T, Krumholz HM, Wang L, Bradley EH. What are covering doctors told about their patients? Analysis of sign-out among internal medical house staff. Quality and Safety in Health Care 2009; 18:248-255.
  158. Krumholz HM, Merrill AR, Schone EM, Schreiner GC, Chen J, Bradley EH, Wang Yun, Wang Yongfei, Lin Z, Straube BM, Rapp MT, Normand ST, Drye EE. Patterns of hospital performance in acute myocardial infarction and heart failure 30-day mortality and readmission. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 2009; 2:407-413.
  159. Rosenthal MS, Ross JS, Bilodeau R, Richter RS, Palley JS, Bradley EH. Economic evaluation of a comprehensive teenage pregnancy prevention program: Pilot program. American Journal of Preventative Medicine 2009; 37:S280-S287.
  160. Nunez-Smith M, Pilgrim N, Wynia M, Desai MM, Bright C, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. Racial/ethnicity and discrimination in the workplace: Results of a national survey of physicians. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2009; 24:1198-1204.
  161. Horwitz LI, Bradley EH. Percentage of United States emergency department patients seen within recommended triage time: 1997-2006. Archives of Internal Medicine 2009; 169:1857-1865.
  162. Carlson MDA, Herrin J, Du Q, Epstein AJ, Cherlin E, Morrison RS, Bradley EH. Hospice characteristics and the disenrollment of patients with cancer. Health Services Research 2009; 44:2004-2021.
  163. Bradley EH, Nallamothu BK, Herrin J, Ting HH, Stern AF, Nembhard IM, Yuan CT, Green JC, Kline-Rodgers E, Wang Y, Curtis JP, Webster TR, Masoudi FA, Fonarow GC, Brush JE, Krumholz HM. National efforts to improve door-to-balloon time: Results from the D2B Alliance., Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2009; 54:2423-2429.
  164. Nunez-Smith M, Pilgrim N, Wynia M, Desai MM, Bright C, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. Healthcare workplace discrimination and physician turnover. Journal of the National Medical Association 2009; 101:1274-1282.
  165. Horwitz LJ, Green J. Bradley EH. United States emergency department performance on wait time and length of visit. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2010; 55:133-141.
  166. Kebede S, Abebe Y, Wolde M, Bekele B, Mantopoulos J, Bradley EH. Educating leaders in hospital management: A new model in Sub-Saharan Africa. International Journal for Quality in Health Care 2010; 22:39-43.
  167. Schulman-Green D, Cherlin E, McCorkle R, Carlson MDA, Beckman Pace K, Neigh J. Hennessy M, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Bradley EH. Benefits and challenges in use of a standardized symptom assessment instrument in hospice. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2010; 13:155-159.
  168. Cherlin EJ, Carlson MDA, Herrin J, Schulman-Green D, Barry CL, McCorkle R, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Bradley EH. Interdisciplinary staffing patterns: do for-profit and nonprofit hospices differ? Journal of Palliative Medicine 2010; 13:389-394.
  169. Rowe LA, Brillant SB, Cleveland E, Dahn BT, Ramanadhan S, Podesta M, Bradley EH. Building capacity in health facility management: Guiding principle skills transfer in Liberia. Human Resources for Health 2010; 8:5.
  170. Yuan CT, Nembhard IM, Stern AF, Brush JE, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. Blueprint for dissemination of evidence-based practices in health care. Issue Brief (Commonwealth Fund) 2010; 86:1-16.
  171. Curry LA, Luong MA, Krumholz HM, Gaddis J, Kennedy P, Rulisa S, Taylor L, Bradley EH. Achieving large ends with limited means: grand strategy in global health. International Health 2010; 2:82-86.
  172. Ramanadhan S, Kebede S, Mantopoulos J, Bradley EH. Network-based social capital and capacity building programs: An example from Ethiopia. Human Resources for Health 2010; 8:17
  173. Safavi K, Linnander EL, Allam AA, Bradley EH, Krumholz HM. Implementation of a registry for acute coronary syndrome in resource limited settings: Barriers and opportunities. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health 2010; 22:90S-95S.
  174. Hansen LO, Herrin J, Nembhard IM, Busch S, Yuan CT, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. National quality campaigns: Who benefits? Quality and Safety in Health Care 2010; 19:275-278.
  175. Carlson MDA, Herrin J, Du Q, Epstein AJ, Barry CL, Morrison RS, Back AL, Bradley EH. Impact of hospice disenrollment on health care use and Medicare expenditures for patients with cancer. Journal of Clinical Oncology 2010; 28:4371-4375.
  176. Bradley EH, Herrin J, Curry L, Cherlin EJ, Wang Y, Webster TR, Drye EE, Normand SL, Krumholz HM. Variation in hospital mortality rates for patients with acute myocardial infarction. American Journal of Cardiology 2010; 106:1108-1112.
  177. Ting HH, Chen AY, Roe MT, Chan PS, Spertus JA Nallamothu BK, Sullivan MD, DeLong ER, Bradley EH, Krumholz HM, Peterson ED. Delay from symptom onset to hospital presentation for patients with non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction. Archives of Internal Medicine 2010; 170:1834-1841.
  178. Bradley EH, Nembhard IM, Yuan CT, Stern AF, Curtis JP, Nallamothu BK, Brush JE, Krumholz HM. What is the experience of national quality campaigns? Views from the field. Health Services Research 2010; 45:1651-1669.
  179. Bernheim SM, Wang Y, Bradley EH, Masoudi FA, Rathore SS, Ross JS, Drye E, Krumholz HM. Who is missing from the measures? Trends in the proportion and treatment of patients potentially excluded from publicly reported quality measures. American Heart Journal 2010; 160:943-950.
  180. Carlson MDA, Bradley EH, Du Q, Morrison RS. Geographic access to hospice in the United States. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2010; 13:1331-1338.
  181. Schulman-Green D, Cherlin E, Pace KB, Hennessy M, Crocker PA, Bradley EH. Experiences of participants in a collaborative to develop performance measures for hospice care. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety 2011; 37: 38-44.
  182. Swanson RC, Bongiovanni A, Bradley E, Murugan, V, Sundewall J, Betigeri A, Nyonator F, Cattaneo A, Harless B, Ostrovsky A, Labonte R. Toward a consensus on guiding principles for health systems strengthening. PLoS Medicine 2010; 7:12.
  183. Nembhard IM, Nazem AG, Webster TR, Wang Y, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. Understanding the use and impact of online community in a national quality improvement campaign. Quality and Safety in Health Care 2011;20:68-75.
  184. Cleveland EC, Dahn DT, Safer M, Podesta M, Bradley E. Introducing health facility accreditation in Liberia. Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice 2011;6:271-282.
  185. Bhosai SJ, Sinthusake T, Miwa S, Bradley E. Factors affecting patient access in Thailand: Understanding delay in care seeking for patients with Cancer. Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice 2011; 6:385-397.
  186. Curry LA, Spatz E, Cherlin E, Thompson J, Berg D, Ting H, Decker C, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. What distinguishes top-performing hospitals in acute myocardial infarction mortality rates? A qualitative study. Annals of Internal Medicine 2011;154:384-390.
  187. Bradley EH, Elkins BR, Herrin J, Elbel BD. Health and social service expenditures: Associations with Health Outcomes. BMJ Quality and Safety 2011; 20:826-831.
  188. Bradley E, Thompson J, Byam P, Webster TR, Zerihun A, Alpern R, Abebe Y, Curry L. Access and quality of rural healthcare: Ethiopian Millennium Rural Initiative. International Journal for Quality in Health Care 2011;23:220-230.
  189. Webster TR, Mantopoulos J, Jackson E, Cole-Lewis H, Kidane L, Abebe Y, Lawson R, Bradley EH. A Brief Questionnaire for Assessing Patient Healthcare Experiences in Low-Income Settings. International Journal for Quality in Health Care 2011;23:258-268.
  190. Legler A, Bradley EH, Carlson MDA. The effect of comorbidity burden on healthcare utilization for patients with cancer. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2011; 14:751-756.
  191. Gurnah K, Khoshwood K, Bradley EH, Yuan C. Lost in translation: Reproductive healthcare experiences in Somali Bantu women in Hartford, Connecticut. Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health 2011; 56:340-346.
  192. Nunez Smith M, Bradley EH, Herrin J, Santana C, Curry L, Normand SLT, Krumholz HM. Quality of care in the U.S. territories. Archives of Internal Medicine 2011; 171:1528-1540.
  193. Carlson MDA, Schlesinger M, Barry C, McCorkle R, Morrison RS, Cherlin E, Herrin J, Thompson J, Twaddle ML, Bradley E. Quality of Palliative Care at U.S. hospices: Results of a national survey. Medical Care 2011;49:803-809.
  194. Krumholz HM, Herrin J, Miller LE, Drye EE, Ling SM, Han LF, Rapp, MT, Bradley EH, Nallamothu BK, Nsa W, Bratzler D, Curtis JP. Improvements in door-to-balloon time in the United States: 2005–2010. Circulation 2011; 124:1038-1045.
  195. Wild DM, Kwon N, Dutta S, Tessier-Sherman B, Wodder N, Sipsma HL, Rizzo T, Bradley EH. Who’s behind an HCAHPS score? Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety 2011; 37:461-468.
  196. Greysen SR, Siegel B, Sears V, Solomon A, Bradley EH. Residents’ awareness of racial and ethnic disparities in cardiovascular care. Journal of Graduate Medical Education 2011; 3:417-420.
  197. Schulman-Green D, Bradley EH, Knobf MT, Prigerson H, DiGiovanna MP, McCorkle R. Self-management and transitions in women with advanced breast cancer. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2011;42:517-525.
  198. Butala NM, Desai MM, Linnander EL, Wong R, Mikhail D, Ott LS, Spertus JA, Bradley EH, Aaty AA, Abdelfattah A, Gamal A, Kholeif H, El Baz M, Allam AH, Krumholz HM. Gender differences in presentation, management, and in-hospital outcomes for patients with AMI in a lower-middle income country: Evidence from Egypt. PLoS Medicine 2011; 6: e29504.
  199. Santana C, Curry LA, Nembhard IM, Berg DN, Bradley EH. Behaviors of successful interdisciplinary hospital quality improvement teams. Journal of Hospital Medicine 2011; 6:501-506.
  200. Cherlin EJ. Allam AA, Linnander EL, Wong R, El-Toukhy E, Sipsma H, Krumholz HM, Curry LA, Bradley EH. Inputs to quality: Supervision, management, and community involvement in health facilities in Egypt in 2004. BMC Health Services Research 2011; 11:282.
  201. Janevic T, Sripad P, Bradley E, Dimitrievska A. “There’s not kind of respect here” A qualitative study of racism and access to maternal health care among Romani women in the Balkans. International Journal of Quality in Health 2011; 10:53.
  202. Bradley EH, Fennel ML. Pallas SW, Berman P, Shortell SM, Curry L. Health services research and global health. Health Services Research 2011; 46:2019-2028.
  203. Bradley EH, Taylor L, Skonieczny M, Curry LA. Grand strategy in global health: The case of Ethiopia. Global Health Governance 2011; Volume, No. 1.
  204. Herrin J, Miller LE, Turkmani DF, Nsa W, Drye EE, Bernheim SM, Ling SM, Rapp MT, Han LF, Bratzler DW, Bradley EH, Nallamothu BK, Ting HH, Krumholz HM. National performance on door-in to door-out time among patients transferred for primary percutaneous coronary intervention. Archives of Internal Medicine 2011; 171:1879-1886.
  205. Krumholz HM, Curry LA, Bradley EH. Survival after acute myocardial infarction (SAMI) study: The design and implementation of a positive deviance study. American Heart Journal, 2011;162:981-987.
  206. Janevic T, Jankovic J, Bradley E. Socioeconomic position, gender and inequalities in self-rated health between Roma and non-Roma in Serbia. International Journal of Public Health 2012; 57:49-55.
  207. Chen PG, Curry LA, Nunez-Smith M, Bradley EH, Desai MM. Career satisfaction in primary care: A comparison of international and US medical graduates. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 2012; 27:147-152.
  208. Kebede S, Mantopoulos J, Ramanadhan S, Cherlin E, Gebeyehu M, Lawson R, Bradley EH. Educating leaders in hospital management: A pre-post study in Ethiopian hospitals. Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice 2012; 7:164-174.
  209. Pallas S, Curry L, Bashyal C, Berman P, Bradley E. Improving health service delivery organizational performance in health systems: A taxonomy of strategy areas and conceptual framework for strategy selection. International Health 2012; 4:20-29.
  210. Sipsma HL, Chen PG, Bradley EH. Female genital cutting: Current practices and beliefs in Western Africa. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2012; 90:120-127F.
  211. Wong R, Hathi S, Linnander EL, Banna AE, Maraghi AE, Din RZE, Ahmed A, Havez AR, Allam AA, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. Building hospital management capacity to improve patient flow in Egypt. Joint Commission Journal for Quality and Patient Safety 2012; 38:147-150.
  212. Nunez-Smith M, Ciarleglio M, Sandoval-Minero T, Elumn J, Castillo-Page L, Peduzzi P, Bradley E Institutional variation in the promotion of racial/ethnic minority faculty at US Medical Schools. American Journal of Public Health 2012; 102:852-858.
  213. Bradley EH, Curry LA. Spatz ES, Herrin J, Cherlin EJ, Curtis J, Thompson JW, Ting HH, Wang Y, Krumholz HM. Hospital strategies for reducing risk-standardized mortality rates in acute myocardial infarction. Annals of Internal Medicine 2012; 156:618-626.
  214. Thompson JW, Carlson MDA, Bradley EH. US hospice industry experienced considerable turbulence from changes in ownership, growth and shift to for-profit status. Health Affairs 2012; 31:1286-1293.
  215. Bradley EH, Byam P, Alpern R, Thompson JW, Zerihun A, Abebe Y, Curry LA. A systems approach to improving rural care in Ethiopia. PLoS One 2012; 7(4): e35042. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0035042
  216. Curry LA, Alpern R, Webster TR, Byam P, Zerihun A, Tarakeshwar N, Cherlin EJ. Bradley EH. Community perspectives on roles and responsibilities for strengthening primary health care in rural Ethiopia. Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice 2012; DOI:10.1080/17441692.2012.686114.
  217. Greysen SR, Schiliro D, Curry L, Bradley EH, Horwitz LI. “Learning by doing”- Resident perspectives on developing competency in high-quality discharge care. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2012; 27:1188-1194.
  218. Barry CL, Carlson MDA, Thompson JW, Schlesinger M, McCorkle R, Kasl S, Bradley EH. Caring for grieving family members: Results of a national hospice survey. Medical Care 2012; 50:578-584.
  219. Yuan CT, Walsh D, Tomarkin J, Alpern R, Shakpeh J, Bradley EH. Incorporating WHO safe surgery guidelines into practice at two Liberian hospitals: a pre-post interventional study. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety 2012;38:254-260.
  220. Schulman-Green D, Bradley EH, Nicholson Jr. NR, George E, Indeck A, McCorkle R. Managing “One Step at a Time”: Self-management and transitions among women with ovarian cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum 2012;39:354-360.
  221. Greysen SR, Schiliro D, Horwitz LI, Curry L, Bradley EH. “Out of sight, out of mind”: Housestaff perceptions of quality-limiting factors in discharge care at teaching hospitals. Journal of Hospital Medicine 2012; 7:376-81.
  222. Sipsma HL, Curry LA, Kakoma JB, Linnander EL, Bradley EH. Identifying characteristics associated with performing recommended practices in maternal and newborn care among health care facilities in Rwanda: A cross-sectional study. Human Resources for Health 2012; 10:13.
  223. Bradley EH, Curry L, Horwitz LI, Sipsma H, Thompson JW, Elma MA, Walsh MN, Krumholz HM. Contemporary evidence about hospital strategies for reducing 30-day readmissions: A national study. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2012; 60:607-614.
  224. Bradley EH, Curry L. Taylor L, Pallas SW, Talbert-Slagle K, Yuan C, Fox A, Minhas D, Ciccone DK, Berg D, Pérez-Escamilla R. A model for scale up of family health innovations in low-and middle-income settings: A mixed methods study. BMJ Open 2012; 2: 4 e000987 DOI:10.1136/bmjopen-2012-000987.
  225. Curry L, Taylor LA, Chen PG, Bradley EH. Experiences of leadership in health care in sub-Saharan Africa: a qualitative study. Human Resources for Health 2012; 10:33. DOI:10.1186/1478-4491-10-33.
  226. Swanson RC, Cattaneo A, Bradley E, Chunharas S, Atun R, Abbas KM, Katsaliaki K, Mustafee N, Meier BM, Best A. Rethinking health systems strengthening: Key systems thinking tools and strategies for transformational change. Health Policy and Planning 2012, 27:iv54-iv61.
  227. Pérez-Escamilla R, Curry L, Minhas D, Taylor L. Bradley E. Scaling up of breastfeeding programs in low- and middle-income countries: The “Breastfeeding Gear” model. Advances in Nutrition 2012; 3:790-800.
  228. Janevic T, Pallas S, Ismayilova L, Bradley E. Individual and community level socioeconomic inequalities in contraceptive use in 10 newly independent states: A multilevel cross-sectional analysis. International Journal for Equity in Health 2012; DOI: 10.1186/1475-9276-11-69.
  229. Aldridge Carlson MDA, Barry C, Cherlin E, McCorkle R, Bradley E. Hospice enrollment policies may contribute to underuse of hospice care in the United States. Health Affairs 2012; 12:2690-2698.
  230. Wang H, Yu L, Zhu Y, Xue L, Dale M, Sipsma H, Bradley EH. Health insurance benefit design and healthcare utilization in rural China. PLoS One 2012; 7:11 e50395. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0050395.
  231. Dimaya RM. McEwan MK, Curry LA, Bradley EH. Managing health worker migration: A qualitative study of the Philippine policy response to nurse brain drain. Human Resources for Health 2012; 10:47. DOI: 10.1186/1478-4491-10-47.
  232. Horwitz L, Wang Y, Desai MM, Curry LA, Bradley EH, Krumholz HM. Correlations among risk-standardized mortality rates and among risk-standardized readmission rates within hospitals. Journal of Hospital Medicine 2012; 7:690-696.
  233. Curry LA, Krumholz HM, O’Cathain A, Plano Clark VL, Cherlin E, Bradley EH. Mixed methods in biomedical and health services research. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 2013; 6:119-123.
  234. Landman AB, Spatz ES, Cherlin EJ, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH, Curry LA. Hospital collaboration with emergency medical services in the care of patients with acute myocardial infarction: Perspectives from key hospital staff. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2013; 61:185-195.
  235. Krumholz HK, Lin Z, Keenan PS, Chen J, Ross JS, Drye EE, Bernheim SM, Wang Y, Bradley EH, Han LF, Normand ST. Relationship of hospital performance with readmission and mortality rates for patients hospitalized with acute myocardial infarction, heart failure, pneumonia. Journal of the American Medical Association 2013;309:587-593.
  236. Cherlin EJ, Curry LA, Thompson JW, Greysen SR, Spatz E, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. Features of high quality discharge planning for patients following acute myocardial infarction. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2013; 28:436-443.
  237. Jack H, Canavan ME, Orfori-Atta A, Taylor L, Bradley EH. Recruitment and retention of mental health workers in Ghana. PLoS One 2013; 8: e57940.
  238. Canavan ME, Sipsma HL, Adhvaryu A, Ofori-Atta A, Jack H, Udry C, Osei-Akoto I, Bradley EH. Psychological distress in Ghana: Associations with employment and lost productivity. International Journal of Mental Health Systems 2013; 7. DOI: 10.1186/1752-4458-7-9.
  239. Sipsma HL, Bradley EH, Chen PG. Lactational amenorrhea method as a contraceptive strategy in Niger. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2013; 4:654-660.
  240. Sipsma H, Ofori-Atta A, Canavan M, Osei-Akoto I, Udry C, Bradley EH. Poor mental health in Ghana: Who is at risk? BMC Public Health 2013; 13:288; DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-13-288.
  241. Pallas SW, Minhas D, Pérez-Escamilla R, Taylor L, Curry L, Bradley EH. Community health workers in low-and middle-income countries: What do we know about scaling up and sustainability? American Journal of Public Health 2013; 103:e74-e82. DOI:10.2105/AJPH.2012.301102.
  242. Talbert-Slagle K, Berg D. Bradley EH. Innovation spread: Lessons from HIV. International Journal for Quality in Health Care 2013; DOI:10.1093/intqhc/mzt038.
  243. Bradley EH, Curry LA, Horwitz LI, Sipsma H, Wang Y, Walsh MN, Goldmann D, White N, Piña IL, Krumholz HK. Hospital strategies associated with 30-day readmission rates for patients with heart failure. Circulation: Cardiovascular Outcomes and Quality 2013;6:444-450.
  244. Curry L, Taylor L, Pallas SW, Cherlin E, Pérez-Escamilla R, Bradley EH. Scaling up depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA): a systematic literature review illustrating the AIDED model. Reproductive Health 2013; 10:39. DOI: 10.1186/10.1186/1742-4755-10-39.
  245. Chakkalakal RJ, Cherlin E, Thompson J, Lindfield T, Lawson R, Bradley EH. Implementing clinical guidelines in low-income settings: A review of the literature. Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice 2013. DOI: 10.1080/17441692.2013.815794.
  246. Bradley EH, Yakusheva O, Horwitz LI, Sipsma H, Fletcher J. Identifying patients at increased risk for unplanned readmission. Medical Care 2013; 51:761-766.
  247. Bradley EH, Sipsma H, Curry L, Mehrotra D, Horwitz L, Krumholz H. Quality collaboratives and campaigns to reduce readmissions: What strategies are hospitals using? Journal of Hospital Medicine 2013; 8:601-608.
  248. Sipsma H, Thompson J, Maurer L, Bradley E, Curry LA. Preferences for home delivery in Ethiopia: provider perspectives. Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice 2013; 8:1014-1026. DOI:10.1080/17441692.2013.835434.
  249. Canavan ME, Carlson MA, Sipsma HL, Bradley EH. Hospice for nursing home residents: Does ownership type matter? Journal of Palliative Medicine 2013; 16:1221-1226.
  250. Chen PG, Auerbach DI, Muench U, Curry LA, Bradley EH. Policy solutions to address foreign-educated and foreign-born health care workforce in the United States. Health Affairs 2013; 32:1906-1913.
  251. Alpern R, Canavan ME, Thompson JT, McNatt Z, Tatek D, Lindfield T, Bradley EH. Development of a brief instrument for assessing healthcare employee satisfaction in a low-income setting. PLoS One 2013; 8(11):e79053. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0079053.
  252. Curry L, Byam P, Linnander E, Andersson K, Abebe Y, Zerihun A, Thompson JW, Bradley EH. Evaluation of the Ethiopian Millennium Rural Initiative: Impact on mortality and cost effectiveness. PLoS One 2013; 8:e79847. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0079847.
  253. Sipsma H, Liu Y, Wang H, Zhu Y, Xue L, Alpern R, Dale M, Bradley E. Patient experiences with inpatient care in rural China. International Journal for Quality in Health Care 2013; 25:452-458.
  254. Sipsma H, Callands T, Bradley E, Harris B, Johnson B, Hansen NB. Healthcare utilization and empowerment among women in Liberia. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2013; 67:953-959.
  255. Janevic T, Lotfield E, Savitz DA, Bradley E, Illuzi J, Lipkind H. Disparities in cesarean delivery by ethnicity and nativity in New York City. Maternal and Child Health 2014; 18: 250-257. DOI:10.1007/s10995-013-1261-6.
  256. Bradley EH, Sipsma H, Horwitz LI, Curry L, Krumholz HM. Contemporary data about hospital strategies to reduce unplanned readmissions: What has changed? JAMA Internal Medicine, 2014; 174: 154-156.
  257. Aldridge MD, Schlesinger M, Barry CL, Morrison S, McCorkle R, Hurzeler R, Bradley EH. National hospice survey results: For-profit status, community engagement, and service. JAMA Internal Medicine 2014; 174:500-6. DOI:10.1001/jamainternmed.2014.3.
  258. Canavan ME, Sipsma HL, Kassie GM, Bradley EH. Correlates of complete childhood vaccination in East Africa countries. PLoS One 2014; 9(4):e95709. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0095709.
  259. McNatt Z, Thompson JW, Endeshaw A, Tatek D, Linnander E, Ageze L, Lawson R, Berhanu N, Bradley EH. Implementation of hospital governing boards: Views from the field. BMC Health Services Research 2014; 14:78. DOI: 10.1186/1472-6963-14-178.
  260. Talbert-Slagle K, Atkins KE, Yan KK, Khurana E, Gerstein M, Bradley EH, Berg D, Galvani AP, Townsend JP. Cellular superspreaders: An epidemiologic perspective on HIV infection inside the body. PLoS Pathogens 2014; 10:5. e1004092. DOI:10.1371/journal.ppat.1004092.
  261. Nembhard I., Cherian, P, Bradley EH. Deliberate learning in healthcare: The effect of importing best practices and creative problem solving. Medical Care Research and Review 2014. DOI:10.1177/1077558714536619.
  262. Ciccone DK, Vian T, Maurer L, Bradley EH. Linking governance to health outcomes: A review of the literature in low- and middle-income countries. Social Science and Medicine 2014. 117C:86. DOI:10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.07.010.
  263. Holzer J, Canavan M, Bradley EH. Country-level correlation between adult obesity rates and prevalence of dentists. Journal of the American Dental Association 2014; 145:932-939.
  264. Holzer JK, Canavan M, Cherlin E, Bradley EH. Health hot spots: Mapping hospital costs and social determinants of health. Open Journal of Preventative Medicine 2014; 4:717-722.
  265. Bradley EH, Sipsma H, Brewster AL, Horwitz LI, Krumholz HM, Curry L. Strategies to reduce hospital 30-day risk-standardized mortality rates for patients with acute myocardial infarction: A cross sectional and longitudinal survey. BMC Cardiovascular Disorders 2014; 14:126. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2261-14-126.
  266. Sipsma H, Ofori-Atta A, Canavan M, Udry C, Bradley EH. Empowerment and adequate use of antenatal care among women in Ghana. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2014; 14:364. DOI: 10.1186/s12884-014-0364-4.
  267. Hsieh E, Fraenkel L, Bradley E, Xia W, Cui Q, Li K, Insogna KL, Li T. Osteoporosis knowledge, self-efficacy, and health beliefs among Chinese with HIV. Archives of Osteoporosis 2014; 9:201. DOI:10.1007/s11657-014-0201-4.
  268. Aldridge MD, Canavan M, Cherlin E, Bradley EH. Has hospice use changed? 2000-2010 Utilization Patterns. Medical Care 2015; 53:95-101.
  269. Dain AS, Bradley EH, Hurzeler R, Aldridge MD. Massage, music and art therapy in hospice: Results of a national hospice survey. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 2015; 49:1035-1041. DOI: 10.1016/j.jpainsymman.2014.11.295.
  270. Curry LA, Linnander E, Brewster AL, Ting H, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. Organizational culture change in U.S. hospitals: A mixed methods longitudinal intervention study. Implementation Science. 2015; 10:29. DOI: 10.1186/s13012-015-0218-0.
  271. Nallamothu BK, Normand ST, Wang Y, Hofer TP, Brush JE, Messenger JC, Bradley EH, Rumsfeld JS, Krumholz HM. Relationship between door-to-balloon time and mortality after percutaneous coronary intervention over time: A retrospective study. Lancet 2015; 385: 1114–1122. DOI:10.1016/s0140-6736(14)61932-2.
  272. Frich JC, Brewster AL, Cherlin EJ, Bradley EH. Leadership development programs for physicians: A systematic review. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2015; 30:656-674. DOI: 10.1007/s11606-014-3141-1.
  273. Bradley EH, Sipsma H, Horwitz LI, Ndumele CD, Brewster AL, Curry LA, Krumholz HM. Hospital strategy uptake and reductions in unplanned readmission rates for patients with heart failure: A prospective study. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 2015; 30:605-611. DOI: 10.1007/s11606-014-3105-5.
  274. Sipsma HL, Falb LL, Willie T, Bradley EH, Bienkowski L, Meerdink N, Gupta J. Violence against Congolese refugee women in Rwanda and mental health: A latent class analysis. BMJ Open 2015; 5:e006299 doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2014-006299.
  275. Yuan CT, Bradley EH, Nembhard I. A mixed methods study of how clinical ‘super users’ influence others during the implementation of electronic health records. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2015; 159 (1)26. doi.10.1186/s12911-01509154-6.
  276. Talbert-Slagle K, Ahmed S, Brewster A, Bradley EH. State-level spending on health care and social services for people living with HIV/AIDS in the U.S.: A systematic review. AIDS Care 2015; DOI: 10.1080/095-40120.2015.1032207.
  277. Nembhard IM, Morrow CT, Bradley EH. Implementing role-changing vs time-changing innovations in health care: The differing contributions of engaging staff, management and network. Medical Care Research and Review 2015; 1-29. DOI: 10.1177/1077558715592315.
  278. Wang S, Aldridge MD, Gross CP, Canavan M. Cherlin E, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Bradley E. Geographic variation of hospice use patterns at the end of life. Journal of Palliative Medicine 2015; 18:771-780. DOI: 10.1089/jpm.2014.0425.
  279. Jack H, Canavan M, Bradley E, Ofori-Atta A. Aggression in mental health settings- a case study in Ghana. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2015; DOI: 10.2471/BLT.14.145813.
  280. McNatt Z, Linnander E, Endeshaw A, Tatek D, Conteh D, Bradley EH. A national system of monitoring the performance of hospitals in Ethiopia. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2015; 93:719-726. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2471/BLT.14.151399.
  281. Abrahim O, Linnander E, Mohammed H, Fetene N, Bradley E. A patient-centered understanding of the referral system in Ethiopian primary health care units. PLoS One 2015; 10 (10): e0139024. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0139024.
  282. Ghesquiere AG, Aldridge MD, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Kaplan D, Bruce ML, Bradley E. Hospice services for complicated grief and depression: Results from a national survey. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2015; DOI: 10.1111/jgs.13656.
  283. Brewster AL, Curry LA, Cherlin EJ, Talbert-Slagle K, Horwitz LI, Bradley EH. Integrating new practices: How hospital innovations become routine. Implementation Science 2015; DOI: 10.1186/s13012-015-0357-3.
  284. Talbert-Slagle KM, Canavan ME, Rogan EM, Curry LA, Bradley EH. State variation in HIV/AIDS health outcomes: The effect of spending on social services and public health. AIDS 2016; 30:657-663.
  285. Linnander E, McNatt Z, Sipsma H, Tatek D, Abebe Y, Endeshaw A, Bradley EH. Use of a national collaborative to improve hospital quality in a low income setting. International Health 2016. DOI: 10.1093/inthealth/ihv074.
  286. Wang S, Aldridge MD. Gross CP, Canavan M, Cherlin E, Johnson-Hurzeler R, Bradley E. Transitions between healthcare settings among hospice enrollees at the end of life. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2016; 64:304-322.
  287. Bradley EH, Canavan M, Rogan E, Talbert-Slagle K, Ndumele C, Taylor L, Curry L. Variations in health outcomes across the United States: The roles of social service, public health, and health care spending. Health Affairs 2016; 35:760-768.
  288. Brewster AL, Cherlin EJ, Ndumele CD, Collins D, Burgess JF, Charns MP, Bradley EH, Curry LA. What works in readmissions reduction: How hospitals improve performance. Medical Care 2016; 54:600-607.
  289. Wang S, Aldridge MD, Gross CP, Canavan M, Cherlin E, Hurzeler RJ, Bradley E. End-of-life care intensity and hospice use: A regional-level analysis. Medical Care 2016. DOI: 10.1097/MLR. 0000000000000547.
  290. Aldridge MD, Epstein A, Brody AA, Lee EJ, Cherlin E, Bradley EH. The impact of hospice preferred practices on hospice utilization at the end of life. Medical Care 2016; 54:657-663.
  291. Fetene N, Linnander E, Fekadu B, Alemu H, Omer H, Canavan M, Smith J, Berman P, Bradley EH. The Ethiopian health extension program and variation in health systems performance: What matters? PLoS One 2016; 11:1-19. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0156438.
  292. Cherlin EJ, Brewster AL, Curry LA, Canavan ME, Hurzeler R, Bradley EH. Interventions for reducing hospital readmission rates: The role of hospice and palliative care. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care 2016; DOI: 10.1177/1049909116660276.
  293. Wang SY, Hall J, Pollack CE, Adelson K, Bradley EH, Long JB, Gross CP. Trends in end-of-life cancer care in the Medicare Program. Journal of Geriatric Oncology 2016; 7:116-125.
  294. Taylor LA, Xulin Tan A, Coyle CE, Ndumele C, Rogan E, Canavan M, Curry LA, Bradley EH. Leveraging the social determinants of health: What works? PLoS One 2016; 11(8): e0160217. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0160217.
  295. Arias D, Taylor L, Ofori-Atta A, Bradley EH. Prayer camps and biomedical care in Ghana: Is collaboration in mental health care possible? PLoS One 2016; 11(9): e0162305. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0162305.
  296. Tilahun H, Fekadu B, Abdisa H, Canavan M, Linnander E, Bradley EH, Berman P. Ethiopia’s health extension workers use of work time on duty: Time motion study. Health Policy and Planning 2016. DOI: 10.1093/hea pol/czwl29.
  297. Canavan M, Cherlin E, Boegeman S, Bradley EH, Talbert-Slagle, K. Community factors related to healthy eating & active living in counties with lower than expected adult obesity rates. BMC Obesity 2016; 3:49. DOI: 10.1186/s.40608-016-0129-x.
  298. Wang S, Aldridge MD, Canavan M, Cherlin E, Bradley EH. Continuous home care reduces hospice disenrollment and hospitalization after hospital enrollment. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management 2016; 52:813-821.
  299. Canavan ME, Sipsma HL, Ohene S, Rorbaugh R, Bradley EH, Ofori-Atta A, and the MHsPP Research Consortium. Psychotropic prescription practices for serious mental and neurological illness in Ghana: Data from the Mental Health and Poverty Project (MHaPP). International Journal of Mental Health 2016; 45: 223-235.
  300. Bradley EH, Sipsma H, Taylor LA. Paradox and promise: A new perspective of high health care spending and what to do about it. Quality Journal of Medicine 2017; 110: 61-65.
  301. Bradley EH, Brewster A, Fosburgh H, Cherlin E, Curry L. Development and psychometric properties of an instrument to measure hospital organizational culture for cardiovascular care. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 2017; DOI: 10.1161/CIROUTCOMES.116.003422.
  302. Linnander EL, Mantopoulos JM, Allen N, Nembhard IM, Bradley EH. Toward the professionalism of health care management in low- and middle-income settings. International Journal of Health Policy and Management 2017; DOI: 10.15171/ijhpm.2017.40.303
  303. Maharah RG, Motilal MS, Babwah T, Nunes P, Brathwaite R, Legall G, Reid SD, Canavan ME, Bradley EH. National alcohol survey of households in Trinidad and Tobago (NASTT): Alcohol use in households. BMC Public Health 2017; DOI: 10.1186/s12889-017-4266-z.
  304. Sipsma HL, Canavan M, Gilliam M, Bradley E. Impact of social service and public health spending on teenage birth rates across the United States: An ecological study. BMJ Open 2017; 7: e013601. DOI: 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-013601.

Papers in Press

  1. Aldridge MD, Bradley EH. The epidemiology of dying in America. Health Affairs, in press.
  2. Canavan ME, Brault M, Tatek D, Burssa D, Linnander E, Bradley EH. Maternal and neonatal services in Ethiopia: Measuring and improving quality. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, in press.
  3. Wang S, Aldridge MD, Gross CP, Canavan M, Cherlin E, Bradley E. End-of-life care transitions among Medicare Beneficiaries. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, in press.
  4. Bradley EH, Brewster A, McNatt Z, Linnander E, Cherlin E, Fosburgh H, Ting HH, Curry LA. How guiding coalitions promote positive culture change in hospitals: A longitudinal mixed methods interventional study. BMJ Quality and Safety, in press.
  5. Wang S, Dang W, Aldridge MD, Canavan M, Cherlin E, Bradley E. Associations of Hospice Disenrollment and Hospitalization with Continuous Home Care Provision. Medical Care, in press.
  6. Aldridge MD, Epstein AJ, Brody AA, Lee EJ, Morrison RS, Bradley EH. Hospices with higher spending have lower rates of hospitalization and Medicare expenditures. Journal of Palliative Medicine, in press.

Books

  1. Walker L, Bradley EH, Wetle T. Public and Private Responsibilities in Long Term Care: Finding the Balance. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD; 1998.
  2. Burns LR, Bradley EH. Weiner B. Shortell and Kaluzny’s Health Care Management: Organizational Design and Behavior, Delmar Cengage Learning: New York, 2012.
  3. Bradley EH and Taylor LA. The American Health Care Paradox. Why Spending More is Getting Us Less. Public Affairs Press: NYC, 2013.

Chapters and Reports

  1. Baker GP, Mahoney J, Prestipino AL, Riley J, Bradley EH, Kent W. Massachusetts General Hospital Medicare billing: Improving the process for cost reduction and revenue increases. In ed., D Berwick, A Godfrey, J Roessner; Curing Health Care: New Strategies for Quality Improvement, Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, CA, 1991.
  2. Blechner B, Walker L, Bradley EH, Wetle T. The Patient Self-Determination Act: An Educational Curriculum for Nursing Home Staff, University of Connecticut School of Medicine; Farmington, CT, 1995.
  3. Schlesinger M, Gray B, Bradley EH. Charity and community: The role of nonprofit ownership in a managed health care system, Yale University, Program on Non-Profit Organizations. Working paper 227; Institute for Social Policy and Research, working paper 2227, 1996.
  4. Bradley EH, Horwitz SM, Grogan C. Clinical indicators of quality in managed care settings: Background report, in A Blueprint for State Government’s Role in Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement for Managed Care in Connecticut, Department of Public Health, State of Connecticut, April 1996.
  5. Grogan C, Bradley EH, Emphasizing patient participation: The key to determining “appropriate” end-of-life care? In Ed., Martin Leibovici and Harvey, Health Care Management: State of the Art Reviews, Long Term Care Edition, Harvey and Belfus Inc., Jolt, Philadelphia, 1997.
  6. Bradley EH, Walker L. Patient, family, and community education by nursing homes: The impact of ownership type, Program on Nonprofit Organizations, working paper 246, Institute of Social and Policy Studies. Working paper 2246, Yale University, 1998.
  7. Bradley EH, Social welfare and self-interested behavior: Perspectives from economic theory. In Public and Private Responsibilities in Long Term Care: Finding the Balance. In Ed., L Walker, EH Bradley, T Wetle. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD; 1998.
  8. Walker L, Bradley EH, Integrated theory and practice in long term care. In Public and Private Responsibilities in Long Term Care: Finding the Balance. Ed., L Walker, EH Bradley, T Wetle. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD; 1998.
  9. Bradley EH, McGraw SA, Buckser A. King K. Availability and use of long-term care services in Connecticut: A comparison of minority and non-minority ethnic groups. Connecticut General Assembly, June 1999.
  10. Bradley EH, Fried TF, Kasl SV, Idler EL. Quality-of-life trajectories in the end of life. In Ed., M.P. Lawton Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics, vol 20, New York: Springer Publishing Company, 2001, pp. 64-96.
  11. Bradley EH. Health care financial management, in The Yale Physician Management Program ed., S. Rimar, Wiley and Sons, 2001, pp. 95-113.
  12. Horwitz L, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. Leapfrog Toolkit Primer on Communication of Performance to Physicians, Leapfrog Publications, 2004.
  13. Bradley EH, Curry LA. Codes to theory: A critical stage in qualitative analysis. In: Ed., L Curry, R Shield, T Wetle. Improving Aging and Public Health Research: Qualitative and Mixed Methods, American Public Health Association, Washington, DC, 2006, pp. 91-102.
  14. Bradley EH, Nallamothu B, Curtis J, Magid DJ, Granger C, Moscucci M, Krumholz HM. Summary of evidence regarding strategies to reduce door-to-balloon for patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) undergoing primary percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). Report of the GAP-D2B Task Force, American College of Cardiology, 2006.
  15. Johnson-Hurzeler R, Bradley E, Woody C Rev, Klimas S, Crocker PA, Brown LE. Hospice care: Pioneering the ultimate love connection about living, not dying. In: Ed, M.D. Harris. Handbook of Home Health Care Administration, Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Sudbury MA, 2009, pp.879-889.
  16. Lawson R, Kidane L, Abebe Y, Kebede S, Bradley E. The Ethiopian hospital management initiative: Strengthening quality management in Ethiopian hospitals. Ethiopian Federal Ministry of Policy and Planning Journal 2009; 1:19-28.
  17. Burns LR, Bradley EH, Weiner BJ. Management challenge in delivering value in health care: Global and U.S. Perspectives. In Eds., L Burns, E Bradley, B Weiner; Shortell and Kaluzny’s Healthcare Management: Organization Design and Behavior, Delmar Cengage Learning: New York, 2012, pp. 2 – 31.
  18. Banaszak-Holl J, Nembhard I, Taylor L, Bradley EH. Leadership and management: A framework for action. In Eds., L Burns, E Bradley, B Weiner; Shortell and Kaluzny’s Healthcare Management: Organization Design and Behavior, Delmar Cengage Learning: New York, 2012, pp.33-63.
  19. Bradley EH, Taylor L. The health care spending paradox. Yale Alumni Magazine 2011; 75 (1): 32-33.
  20. Bradley EH, Pallas S, Bashyal C, Berman P, Curry L. (2010) Developing Strategies for Improving Health Care Delivery: A User’s Guide to Concepts, Determinants, Measurement, and Intervention Design. HNP Discussion Paper. Washington, DC: The World Bank.
  21. Berman P, Pallas S, Smith A, Curry L, Bradley EH. Improving the Delivery of Health Services: A Guide to Choosing Strategies. HNP Discussion Paper. Washington, DC: The World Bank.
  22. Bradley EH, Curry L, Pérez-Escamilla R, et al. Dissemination, Diffusion and Scale Up of Family Health Innovations in Low-Income Countries. Prepared for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. October 2011.
  23. Callahan D, Bradley EH. Global competitiveness: How other countries win. Hastings Center, Health Care Cost Monitor. November 11, 2011.
  24. Fletcher JM, Horwitz LI, Bradley E. Estimating the “value added” of attending physicians on patient outcomes. NBER Working Paper 20534. National Bureau of Economic Research; Cambridge, MA: October 2014.
  25. Kim SH, Pinker EJ, Rimar J, Bradley EH. Impact of severity-adjusted workload on health status of patients discharged from an ICU. (August 14, 2015). Available at Social Science Research Network (SSRN): http://ssrn.com/abstract=2644600 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2644600
  26. Bradley EH, Taylor LA. Health systems in low-and middle-income countries. In: Ed., LA Celi, H Fraser, V Nilore, JS Osorio, K Piak; Global Health Informatics, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, under review.
  27. Taylor, LA., Coyle, C., Ndumele, C., Rogan, E., Canavan, M., Curry, LC and Bradley EH. (2015, June). Leveraging the Social Determinants of Health: What Works? Boston, MA: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation.
  28. FMOH, HEPCAPS II Project. 2015. Health Extensions Time Motion Study Complemented by In-depth Interviews within Primary Health Care Units in Ethiopia. Ethiopian Ministry of Health, Harvard T.H. School of Public Health, Yale Global Health Leadership Institute, JSI Research & Training Institute: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Boston, Massachusetts, and New Haven, Connecticut.
  29. Rogan E, Bradley E. Investing in social services for states’ health: Identifying and overcoming the barriers. Millbank Memorial Fund Report, May 2016: http://www.milbank.org/publications/milbank-reports/515-investing-in-social-services-for-states-health-identifying-and-overcoming-the-barriers
  30. Bradley EH, Taylor LA. Turning the Tide: The Application of Grand Strategy to Global Health. In: Eds., C Nichols, E Borgwardt, A Preston; Rethinking American Grand Strategy, Oxford Press, in press.
  31. Bradley EH, Taylor LA. Protecting and promoting health in an interdependent world. In: Eds., R Immerman, J. Engel; Fourteen Points for the 21st Century, University of Pennsylvania Press, in press.

Editorials

  1. Bradley, EH, A Review of “It Just Ain’t Fair,” The ethics of health care for African Americans. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law 1995; 20(3):807-809.
  2. Bradley EH, Besdine R, Outcomes-based quality improvement: Reducing the data collection burden. Journal of American Geriatrics Society 1998; 46:534-535.
  3. Walker L, Bradley EH, Blechner B, Gruman C. Assessment of capacity to discuss advance care planning in nursing homes. Journal of American Geriatrics Society 1998; 46:1055-1056.
  4. Fried TR, Bradley EH. Treatment preferences of seriously ill patients. New England Journal of Medicine 2002; 347(7):534-535.
  5. Prigerson HG, Jacobs SC, Bradley EH, Kasl SV. In search of a good death: A good death is an oxymoron without consideration of mental health. British Medical Journal 2003; 327(7408):222.
  6. Nallamothu BK, Bates ER, Herrin J, Wang Y, Bradley EH, Krumholz HM. Letter regarding “Times to treatment in transfer patients undergoing primary percutaneous coronary intervention in the United States: A National Registry of Myocardial Infarction -3/4 Analysis”. Circulation 2005; 112:e99-e100.
  7. Bradley EH, Krumholz HM. Response to letter from Drs. McKalip and Harbaugh regarding: “Process measures and short term morality for acute myocardial infarction. Journal of the American Medical Association 2006; 296:2557-2558.
  8. Bernheim SM, Ross JS, Bradley EH. Letter to the editor regarding “Refusal of care. Patients’ well-being and physicians’ ethical obligations”. Journal of the American Medical Association 2006; 296:2921.
  9. McNamara RL, Wang Y, Herrin J, Bradley EH, Krumholz HM. Letter to the editor. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2006; 48:2601.
  10. Mullen KJ, Bradley EH. Letter to the editor. New England Journal of Medicine 2007; 356:1782-1783.
  11. Bradley EH, Krumholz HM. Letter to the editor regarding “Door to balloon time in acute myocardial infarction.” New England Journal of Medicine 2007; 356:1478.
  12. Nallamothu BK, Wang Y, Bradley EH, Ho KK, Curtis JP, Rumsfeld JS, Masoudi FA, Krumholz HM. Comparing hospital performance in door-to-balloon time between the Hospital Quality Alliance and the National Cardiovascular Data Registry. Journal of the American College of Cardiology 2007; 50:1517-1519.
  13. Magid D, Bradley EH. Emergency physician activation of the cath lab: Saving times, saving lives. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2007; 50:535-537.
  14. Horwitz LI, Moin T, Krumholz HM, Bradley EH. Letter to the editor regarding: “Consequences of inadequate sign-out for patient care”. Archives of Internal Medicine 2009; 169:813.
  15. Ting HH, Bradley EH. Patient education to reduce pre-hospital delay time in acute coronary syndrome: Necessary but not sufficient. Circulation and Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 2009; 2:522-523.
  16. Curtis JP, Herrin J, Bratzler DW, Bradley EH, Krumholz HM. Trends in race-based differences in door-to-balloon times. Archives of Internal Medicine 2010; 170:992-993.
  17. Bradley EH, Taylor L. To fix health, help the poor. New York Times, December 8, 2011.
  18. Bradley EH, Yuan CT. Quality of care in low-and middle-income settings: What next? International Journal for Quality in Health Care 2012; 24, DOI: 10.1093/intqhc/mzs065.
  19. Bradley EH, Curry LA, Krumholz HM. Hospital Strategies for reducing risk-standardized mortality rates for acute myocardial infarction. Annals of Internal Medicine 2012; 157:599.
  20. Krumholz HM, Bradley EH, Curry LA. Promoting publication of rigorous qualitative research. Circulation Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 2013; 6:133-134.
  21. Bradley EH, Curry LA, Krumholz HM. Strategies to reduce heart failure readmission. JAMA 2014;311:1160. doi:10.1001/jama.2014.678.
  22. Bradley EH, Taylor LA, Cuellar CJ. Management matters: A leverage point for health systems strengthening in global health. International Journal of Health Policy and Management 2015; 4: 411-415. DOI: 10.15171/ijhpm.2015.101.
  23. Curry LA, Bradley EH, et al. An open letter to the BMJ editors on qualitative research. BMJ 2016; 352. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmji563.
  24. Bradley EH, Mantopoulos J, Linnander E, Jagwiza J. Health management education and professional development in low-income settings. On the Horizon 2016; 24:313-315.

Brief online articles

  1. Bradley EH. Bear traps and health care reform. Huffington Post; September 24, 2009: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elizabeth-h-bradley/bear-traps-and-health-car_b_298466.html
  2. Bradley EH. The need for mental health system reform. Huffington Post; January 6, 2010: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elizabeth-h-bradley/the-need-for-mental-healt_b_413954.html
  3. Bradley EH, Taylor L. America’s mental health challenge. Huffington Post; October 20, 2012: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elizabeth-h-bradley/mental-health-crime_b_1992501.html
  4. Bradley EH, Taylor LA, Moore A. Distinguishing health and health care. Huffington Post; November 1, 2013: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elizabeth-h-bradley/distinguishing-health-and_b_4190719.html
  5. Bradley EH, Taylor LA. Understanding the intersection of health care and social services. KevinMD.com; November 10, 2013: http://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2013/11/understanding-intersection-health-care-social-services.html
  6. Bradley EH, Taylor LA. American health care: too much, too late? The New Yorker; November 15, 2013: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/currency/2013/11/american-health-care-prevention-treatment-cost-problems.html
  7. Bradley EH. The pain is not the problem: How to fix America’s health-care crisis. The Daily Beast; November 29, 2013: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/11/29/the-pain-is-not-the-problem-how-to-fix-america-s-health-care-crisis.html
  8. Bradley EH, Taylor LA. Comment on “Health is Primary: Family Medicine for American’s Health” [eletter]. Ann Fam Med. http://www.annfammed.org/content/12/Suppl_1/S1/reply#annalsfm_el_28621, 12 November 2014.
  9. Bradley EH, Taylor LA. How big is the U.S. welfare state? [eletter]. http://wapo.st/1FH5rWt Washington Post, 30 November 2014.
  10. Bradley EH. Women’s leadership networks have a multiplier effect for global benefit. Huffington Post; May 11, 2015: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elizabeth-h-bradley/womens-leadership-networks-have-a-multiplier-effect-for-global-benefit_b_7222560.html.
  11. Bradley EH, Taylor LA. With the ACA secure, it’s time to focus on social determinants. Health Affairs Post; July 21, 2015: http://healthaffairs.org/blog/2015/07/21/with-the-aca-secure-its-time-to-focus-on-social-determinants/
  12. Bradley EH, Brewster A, Curry LA. National campaigns to reduce readmissions: What have we learned? The Commonwealth Fund Blog; October 1, 2015: http://www.commonwealthfund.org/publications/blog/2015/oct/national-campaigns-to-reduce-readmissions
  13. Bradley E, Lapides-Wilson S, Taylor L. Why women don’t lead. Huffington Post, 5/4/2016: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/elizabeth-bradley-/why-women-dont-lead_b_9825286.html
  14. Bradley EH, Zheng NT, Cherlin E, Hurzeler R, Quality measurement in home care: Avoiding unintended effects. Medical Blog; 7/21/2016: http://www.themedicalcareblog.com/quality-measurement-in-home-care/

Manuscripts under review

  1. Brewster AL, Lee S, Curry L, Bradley EH. Association between community social capital and hospital readmission rates. PLoS One, under review.
  2. Brewster AL, Brault M, Tan A, Curry L, Bradley EH. Connecting social services and health care for older adults: A positive deviance study. Health Services Research, under review.
  3. Sipsma HL, Canavan ME, Rogan E, Taylor LA Talbert-Slagle KM, Bradley EH. Spending on social and public health services and its association with homicide in the United States: A state-level analysis. BMJ Open, under review.
  4. Brault MA, Brewster AL, Bradley EH, Keene D, Tan AX, Curry LA. Links between social environment and health care utilization and costs. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, under review.
  5. Curry LA, Brault MA, Linnander E, McNatt Z, Brewster A, Cherlin E, Fleiger SP, Ting HH, Bradley EH. Influencing organizational culture to improve hospital performance in AMI care: A mixed methods intervention study. BMJ Quality and Safety, under review.
  6. Talbert-Slagle K, Berg D, Bradley E. How to keep a nation safe: Lessons from the human body and the microbiome. Epidemiological Reviews, under review.
  7. Fetene N, Canavan ME, Megentta A, Linnander E, Tan AX, Nadew K, Bradley EH. District-level health management and health system performance, PLoS One, under review.