This page shows the publications co-authored by Alisa Busch and Richard Frank.
Thirty-Day Hospital Readmission for Medicaid Enrollees with Schizophrenia: The Role of Local Health Care Systems. J Ment Health Policy Econ. 2015 Sep; 18(3):115-24.
Changes over time and disparities in schizophrenia treatment quality. Med Care. 2009 Feb; 47(2):199-207.
The impact of parity on major depression treatment quality in the Federal Employees' Health Benefits Program after parity implementation. Med Care. 2006 Jun; 44(6):506-12.
The rise and fall of gabapentin for bipolar disorder: a case study on off-label pharmaceutical diffusion. Med Care. 2010 Apr; 48(4):372-9.
Bipolar-I patient characteristics associated with differences in antimanic medication prescribing. Psychopharmacol Bull. 2009; 42(1):35-49.
Bipolar-I depression outpatient treatment quality and costs in usual care practice. Psychopharmacol Bull. 2008; 41(2):24-39.
Changes in the quality of care for bipolar I disorder during the 1990s. Psychiatr Serv. 2007 Jan; 58(1):27-33.
Schizophrenia, co-occurring substance use disorders and quality of care: the differential effect of a managed behavioral health care carve-out. Adm Policy Ment Health. 2006 May; 33(3):388-97.
QUALITY-CONSTANT "PRICES" FOR THE ONGOING TREATMENT OF SCHIZOPHRENIA: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY* Q Rev Econ Finance. 2004 Jul; 44(3):390-409.
The effect of a managed behavioral health carve-out on quality of care for medicaid patients diagnosed as having schizophrenia. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 2004 May; 61(5):442-8.
Adverse clinical events among medicare beneficiaries using antipsychotic drugs: linking health insurance benefits and clinical needs. Med Care. 2013 Jul; 51(7):614-21.
CB7-02: Medicare Part D Cost-sharing and Antipsychotic Drug Use in Two Medicare Advantage Systems. Clin Med Res. 2012 Aug; 10(3):182.
Impact of full mental health and substance abuse parity for children in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program. Pediatrics. 2007 Feb; 119(2):e452-9.
Behavioral health insurance parity for federal employees. N Engl J Med. 2006 Mar 30; 354(13):1378-86.
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