Haichang Xin

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OBJECTIVE The patient-centered medical home (PCMH) has emerged as an innovative healthcare delivery model that holds the conceptual promise to improve healthcare quality and patient experience. This study examined how patient perceived PCMH is related to patient satisfaction and experience nationwide. This study advances academic discussion in that it is(More)
Health care systems often face competing goals and priorities, which make reforms challenging. This study analyzed factors influencing the success of a health care system based on urban health insurance reform evolution in China, and offers recommendations for improvement. Findings based on health insurance reform strategies and mechanisms that did or did(More)
INTRODUCTION Quality incentive programs, such as Meaningful Use, operate under the assumption that clinical quality measures can be reliably extracted from EHRs. Safety Net providers, particularly Federally Qualified Health Centers and Look-Alikes, tend to be high adopters of EHRs; however, recent reports have shown that only about 9% of FQHCs and(More)
OBJECTIVE This study examines whether high cost-sharing in physician care is associated with a differential impact on total care costs by health status. Total care includes physician care, emergency room (ER) visits and inpatient care. BACKGROUND Since high cost-sharing policies can reduce needed care as well as unneeded care use, it raises the concern(More)
This study aims to examine racial differences in all-cause mortality between African American (AA) and non-African American localized prostate cancer patients. This study advances academic discussion by being among the first to use a sample more representative of the general population that is different from certain subpopulations examined in literature.(More)
BACKGROUND A well-functioning primary care system has the capacity to provide effective care for patients to avoid nonurgent emergency department (ED) use and related costs. OBJECTIVE This study examined how patients' perceived deficiency in ambulatory care is associated with nonurgent ED care costs nationwide. METHODS This retrospective cohort study(More)
Rapidly rising health care costs continue to be a significant concern in the United States. High cost-sharing strategies thus have been widely used to address rising health care costs. Since high cost-sharing policies can reduce needed care as well as unneeded care use, it raises the concern whether these policies for physician care are a good strategy for(More)
This study examined whether access to and use of patient-centered medical home (PCMH) practices is associated with reduced nonurgent emergency department (ED) use, especially among the uninsured population. This retrospective study used 2010-2011 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey data. Difference-in-difference methods, multivariate logit model, marginal(More)
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