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Research Expertise & Professional Interests Dr. Rosen is Professor of Health Policy and Management at Boston University School of Public Health and a researcher at the Center for Health Quality, Outcomes and Economic Research. She has conducted health services research projects involving the development and use of risk-adjustment models used to compare quality of care delivery in different settings: hospital, long-term care, and ambulatory care. Among her studies, she has evaluated the quality of care delivered to Medicare beneficiaries who received surgical procedures, for which a measure called “adverse events” became an important way to screen for potential instances of poor quality in this population. In long-term care, she developed a risk-adjustment model to predict decline in functional status among long-term care residents in VA settings. In the ambulatory setting, she evaluated case-mix models currently used for provider profiling, setting capitation rates, and quality assessment. These include the Adjusted Clinical Groups, the Diagnostic Cost Groups, and the Chronic Illness and Disability Payment System. She was a principal investigator of a project developing a psychiatric case-mix measure for the VA used to compare the care that facilities provide to patients with mental health disorders. More recently, Dr. Rosen has worked in the area of patient safety. She has examined the prevalence and incidence of Patient Safety Indicators, developed by AHRQ, in the VA, and has evaluated their construct and criterion validity. She has worked closely with AHRQ to improve the indicators. She is currently working on a study examining the patient safety culture of VA hospitals, as well as the changes in the quality and safety of care resulting from the resident work duty reform legislation. Dr. Rosen received her PhD from the University of Maryland in sociology.

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Academic Article Developing episodes of care for adult asthma patients: a cautionary tale.
Academic Article Clinical correlates of the initial and long-term cost of coronary bypass surgery and coronary angioplasty.
Academic Article Quality Enhancement Research Initiative in stroke: prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation.
Academic Article Evaluating diagnosis-based case-mix measures: how well do they apply to the VA population?
Academic Article Risk-adjusted mortality rates as a potential outcome indicator for outpatient quality assessments.
Academic Article Profiling resource use: do different outcomes affect assessments of provider efficiency?
Academic Article Racial differences in health-related beliefs, attitudes, and experiences of VA cardiac patients: scale development and application.
Academic Article The hazards of stroke case selection using administrative data.
Academic Article Measuring the quality of depression care in a large integrated health system.
Academic Article Do different case-mix measures affect assessments of provider efficiency? Lessons from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Academic Article Case-mix adjusting performance measures in a veteran population: pharmacy- and diagnosis-based approaches.
Academic Article No racial differences in mortality found among Veterans Health Administration out-patients.
Academic Article Evaluating the patient safety indicators: how well do they perform on Veterans Health Administration data?
Academic Article Tracking rates of Patient Safety Indicators over time: lessons from the Veterans Administration.
Academic Article Performance of statistical models to predict mental health and substance abuse cost.
Academic Article Comparing measures of patient safety for inpatient care provided to veterans within and outside the VA system in New York.
Academic Article Failure-to-rescue: comparing definitions to measure quality of care.
Academic Article Recruitment of hospitals for a safety climate study: facilitators and barriers.
Academic Article Effects of resident duty hour reform on surgical and procedural patient safety indicators among hospitalized Veterans Health Administration and Medicare patients.
Academic Article Comparing safety climate between two populations of hospitals in the United States.
Academic Article Validity of selected Patient Safety Indicators: opportunities and concerns.
Academic Article Comparison of in-hospital versus 30-day mortality assessments for selected medical conditions.
Academic Article Designing an abstraction instrument: lessons from efforts to validate the AHRQ patient safety indicators.
Academic Article How valid is the AHRQ Patient Safety Indicator "postoperative respiratory failure"?
Academic Article How valid is the AHRQ Patient Safety Indicator "postoperative hemorrhage or hematoma"?
Academic Article Positive predictive value of the AHRQ Patient Safety Indicator "Postoperative Sepsis": implications for practice and policy.
Academic Article Positive predictive value of the AHRQ Patient Safety Indicator "postoperative wound dehiscence".
Academic Article Detecting patient safety indicators: How valid is "foreign body left during procedure" in the Veterans Health Administration?
Academic Article Validity of the AHRQ Patient Safety Indicator "central venous catheter-related bloodstream infections".
Academic Article How valid is the AHRQ Patient Safety Indicator "postoperative physiologic and metabolic derangement"?
Academic Article Validating the patient safety indicators in the Veterans Health Administration: do they accurately identify true safety events?
Academic Article Validating the patient safety indicators in the Veterans Health Administration: are they ready for prime time?
Academic Article Using the patient safety indicators to detect potential safety events among US veterans with psychotic disorders: clinical and research implications.
Academic Article Teaching hospital financial status and patient outcomes following ACGME duty hour reform.
Academic Article Examining the relationship between processes of care and selected AHRQ patient safety indicators postoperative wound dehiscence and accidental puncture or laceration using the VA electronic medical record.
Academic Article Examining the impact of the AHRQ Patient Safety Indicators (PSIs) on the Veterans Health Administration: the case of readmissions.
Academic Article The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Inpatient Quality Indicator #11 overall mortality rate does not accurately assess mortality risk after abdominal aortic aneurysm repair.
Academic Article Comparison of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Patient Safety Indicator Rates Among Veteran Dual Users.
Academic Article What is the value of adding Medicare data in estimating VA hospital readmission rates?
Academic Article Examining the validity of AHRQ''s patient safety indicators (PSIs): is variation in PSI composite score related to hospital organizational factors?
Academic Article Using Harm-Based Weights for the AHRQ Patient Safety for Selected Indicators Composite (PSI-90): Does It Affect Assessment of Hospital Performance and Financial Penalties in Veterans Health Administration Hospitals?
Academic Article Hospital Characteristics and the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Inpatient Quality Indicators: A Systematic Review.
Academic Article Tailoring an educational program on the AHRQ Patient Safety Indicators to meet stakeholder needs: lessons learned in the VA.
Academic Article Comparison of Risk-Standardized Readmission Rates of Surgical Patients at Safety-Net and Non-Safety-Net Hospitals Using Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and American Hospital Association Data.

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