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Tim J. Layton, Ph.D.

Concepts (68)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Risk Adjustment620185981.690 Why?
Insurance, Health8201925011.200 Why?
Students2201916680.660 Why?
Managed Competition22019340.650 Why?
Medicare Part C320192980.610 Why?
Insurance Selection Bias12017680.600 Why?
Formularies as Topic12017910.590 Why?
Efficiency, Organizational220186970.550 Why?
Economic Competition120172160.530 Why?
Reimbursement Mechanisms220196710.520 Why?
Insurance, Pharmaceutical Services120173370.500 Why?
Selection Bias120173750.500 Why?
Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity2201936610.450 Why?
Insurance Coverage4201719310.400 Why?
Reimbursement, Incentive120155430.360 Why?
Program Evaluation1201725020.330 Why?
Drug Prescriptions1201716510.310 Why?
Medicaid3202327760.250 Why?
Health Policy1201726870.240 Why?
Age Factors12018184600.200 Why?
Quality of Health Care1201543850.180 Why?
Substance-Related Disorders3202242900.180 Why?
Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act4201712090.170 Why?
Models, Economic320197110.170 Why?
Health Expenditures4201923710.160 Why?
Motivation3201619900.150 Why?
United States132023707720.140 Why?
Models, Theoretical2201735860.130 Why?
Models, Econometric120152170.130 Why?
Risk Sharing, Financial12013470.110 Why?
Policy120245160.090 Why?
Data Interpretation, Statistical1201827290.080 Why?
Models, Statistical1202351070.080 Why?
Health Services Research1201518380.080 Why?
Mental Disorders2201866990.070 Why?
Algorithms22017139840.070 Why?
Humans1720247527410.070 Why?
Medicare2201966700.060 Why?
Computer Simulation1201661900.050 Why?
Massachusetts1202487210.050 Why?
New York City120227190.040 Why?
Geography120226670.040 Why?
New York120228850.040 Why?
Child, Preschool22018413900.040 Why?
Insurance120191130.040 Why?
Female820223850900.040 Why?
Male720193543110.040 Why?
Colorado120171660.040 Why?
Managed Care Programs120229490.040 Why?
Causality1202312850.030 Why?
State Government120193730.030 Why?
Chronic Disease2201992230.030 Why?
Benchmarking1201910480.030 Why?
Cost Savings120179270.020 Why?
Healthcare Disparities1202232180.020 Why?
Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic12023100570.020 Why?
Health Services Accessibility1202252220.020 Why?
Aged, 80 and over22019583610.010 Why?
Adult420222166580.010 Why?
Aged320191656290.010 Why?
Cross-Sectional Studies12022254540.010 Why?
Health Status1201340770.010 Why?
Socioeconomic Factors1201378520.010 Why?
Middle Aged320192160540.010 Why?
Infant, Newborn12013259030.010 Why?
Infant12013354470.010 Why?
Child12013785940.000 Why?
Adolescent12013867130.000 Why?
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