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Dennis P. Scanlon

Department Affiliation:  Health Policy and Administration
Education: Ph.D. (Health Services Organization and Policy), 1998, University of Michigan
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POSITION TITLE:  Associate Professor of Health Policy and Administration


RESEARCH INTERESTS:  The impact of market competition and quality on various stakeholders in the health care market including consumers, employers, and health plans, the impact of competition on managed care quality over time, whether quality is important to employers when contracting with managed care plans.


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS: 

Scanlon, D. P. , Chernew, M. E. , & Doty, H. E. (In Press). Evaluating the impact of value-based purchasing initiatives: A guide for purchasers. Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (AHRQ) Washington, D.C..

Scanlon, D. P. , Chernew, M. E. , McLaughlin, C. , & Solon, G. (2002). The impact of health plan report cards on managed care enrollment. Journal of Health Economics, 21, 19-42.

Scanlon, D. P. , Chernew, M. E. , Doty, H. E. , & Smith, D. G. (2001). Options for assessing PPO quality: Accreditation and profiling as accountability strategies. Medical Care Research & Review, 58, 70-100.


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