Research Publications - 2021
- – NEJM Catalyst
Caring for Caregivers: Bridging the Gap Between Family Caregiving Policy and Practice
CERC fellows have developed a Caring for Caregivers model that includes peer support, an integrated caregiver workflow, and virtual assistants to address unmet social, clinical, business, and policy needs.
- – Health Services Research
Reducing administrative costs in US health care: Assessing single payer and its alternatives
Moving toward a single‐payer system will reduce physician billing and insurance‐related (BIR) costs, but certain reforms could generate similar administrative cost savings without radically reforming the entire health system.
- – NEJM Catalyst
Do Not Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste: Health Care’s Path Forward with Virtual Care
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown there is a latent capacity for innovation; the health care market has the opportunity to embrace the challenge and not squander the opportunity.
- – Journal of Medical Internet Research
Parents’ Perspectives on Using Artificial Intelligence to Reduce Technology Interference During Early Childhood: Cross-sectional Online Survey
A survey by CERC revealed that most parents, particularly younger ones, said they’d welcome AI tools to help mitigate technoference during interactions with their children.
- – HMPI
Relative-Risk and the Assessment of School Safety in the COVID-19 Pandemic: Schools May Offer Students Shelter from the Storm
Under most scenarios, students would be as safe or safer in school as in their home or community.
- – Frontiers in Oncology
A Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Systemic Therapy for Metastatic Hormone-Sensitive Prostate Cancer
Compared to treatment with ADT only, ADT plus docetaxel, abiraterone, and enzalutamide improved QALYs at higher costs incrementally
- – PNAS
Influence of a COVID-19 vaccine’s effectiveness and safety profile on vaccination acceptance
New research shows vaccine acceptance improved when the efficacy increased beyond 70%, and that people were unaffected by the possibility of minor side effects.
- – JAMIA
The design and evaluation of a novel algorithm for automated preference card optimization
A team led by CERC’s David Scheinker has developed the first algorithm that automatically generates recommendations for improvements to surgical supply lists.