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International Health Services Research

The effects of a schizophrenia pay-forperformance program on patient outcomes in Taiwan
from HSR Volume 54 | Issue 5 | October 2019

Objective: To examine the effects of a schizophrenia payforperformance (P4P) program on the health outcomes of patients in Taiwan.

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Preliminary Evidence on the Impact of Patient-Centered Medical Home Implementation. Find out more...

FREE Access to February 2017 Special Issue.

Open Access: Decrease in Statewide Antipsychotic Prescribing after Implementation of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Consultation Services Read more...


Call for Papers for HSR Theme Issue: Drivers of Health

Submission deadline for abstracts: August 12, 2019
Sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Remembering Uwe Reinhardt
Professor Uwe Reinhardt, who was a health economist, a professor at Princeton University, and a major figure in the field of health services research, passed away in November 2017. Read more..

HSR Citation Style Changes

HSR has recently changed to the AMA citation style rather than the previous bibliographic citation style. For more information, please visit the Instructions to Authors page.

HSR Staff Announces Changes

Andy Bindman, M.D., joins Health Services Research (HSR) journal as fellow co-editor-in chief with Patrick S. Romano, M.D. Four new senior associate editors also have been named. The journal is embarking on a multi- year effort to improve the reader experience and enhance its utility to health care leaders and policymakers. Read more...

John M. Eisenberg Article-of-the-Year Award
Association between Temporal Changes in Primary Care Workforce and Patient Outcomes Read more.../hsr/information/content/HSR-Instructions-for-Authors-2019-Update.pdf

Community Factors Substantially Influence Hospital Readmission Rates Press Release

Press Release: CHICAGO – A hospital’s ability to reduce repeat patient visits may have less to do with its performance and more to do with the characteristics of the community where it’s located reveled a new study in the February issue of Health Services Research. The findings may call into question the effectiveness of some federal penalties for hospitals with higher-than-expected readmission rates. Read more...


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