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Corinna Haberland
Books

The Economics of Women’s Health in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Life Cycle Approach

Marcella Alsan, Afsan Bhadelia, Patricia Foo, Corinna Haberland, Felicia Knaul
World Scientific Handbook of Global Health Economics and Public Policy: The Economics of Health and Health Systems , 2016

This chapter highlights evidence that links women’s health challenges in LMICs to economics at every stage of life. It advances the notion that discrimination against women persists for sociocultural and economic reasons and is embodied in ill health and disability across the life span.

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Journal Articles

Health Outcomes in US Children with Abdominal Pain at Major Emergency Departments Associated with Race and Socioeconomic Status

Corinna Haberland
PLOS ONE , 2015
Over 9.6 million ED visits occur annually for abdominal pain in the US, but little is known about the medical outcomes of these patients based on demographics. We aimed to identify disparities in outcomes among children presenting to the ED with abdominal pain linked to race and SES.
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Pediatric Patient and Hospital Characteristics Associated With Treatment of Peritonsillar Abscess and Peritonsillar Cellulitis

Corinna Haberland
2015
Identifying patient and hospital characteristics associated with the choice of treatment for pediatric patients who present in the acute setting with peritonsillar abscess/cellulitis (PTA/PTC)
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Journal Articles

Characteristics and direct costs of academic pediatric subspecialty outpatient no-show events

KT Park, Corinna Haberland, Lee Sanders
Journal of Healthcare Quality , 2014

BACKGROUND: Clinic no shows (NS) create a lost opportunity for provider-patient interaction and impose a financial burden to the healthcare system and on society. We aimed to: (1) to determine the clinical and demographic factors associated with increased NS rates at a children's hospital's subsubspecialty clinics and (2) to estimate the direct institutional financial costs associated with NS events.

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Preliminary assessment of pediatric health care quality and patient safety in the United States using readily available administrative data

Kathryn M. McDonald, Sheryl M. Davies, Corinna Haberland, Jeffrey Geppert, Amy Ku, Patrick Romano
Pediatrics , 2008

OBJECTIVES: With >6 million hospital stays, costing almost $50 billion annually, hospitalized children represent an important population for which most inpatient quality indicators are not applicable. Our aim was to develop indicators using inpatient administrative data to assess aspects of the quality of inpatient pediatric care and access to quality outpatient care.

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Journal Articles

The Effect of Opening Mid-Level NICUS on the Location of Low-Birthweight Births in California

Corinna Haberland, Ciaran S. Phibbs, Laurence C. Baker
Pediatrics , 2006

Objective: Despite evidence and recommendations encouraging the delivery of high-risk newborns in hospitals with subspecialty or high-level NICUs, increasing numbers are being delivered in other facilities. Causes for this are unknown. We sought to explore the impact of diffusion of specialty or midlevel NICUs on the types of hospitals in which low birth weight newborns are born.

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Abstracts

Socioeconomic Status and the Prevention Quality Indicators

Jeffrey J. Geppert, Sheryl M. Davies, Corinna Haberland, Kathryn M. McDonald, P Romano
, 2006

This abstract was presented at the Academy Health Annual Research Meeting on June 27, 2006, in Seattle, Washington.

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Policy Briefs

Measures of Pediatric Health Care Quality Based on Hospital Administrative Data

Kathryn M. McDonald, Patrick Romano, Sheryl M. Davies, Corinna Haberland, Jeffrey J. Geppert, Amy Ku, Kavita Choudhry
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality , 2006

This report documents the work undertaken in Phase I of a two-phase process to develop the Pediatric Quality Indicators as part of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) contract, "Support for Quality Indicators II" under subcontract with

Battelle Memorial Institute by Stanford University and the University of California at

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Journal Articles

Systematic Review: Surveillance Systems for Early Detection of Bioterrorism-Related Diseases

Dena M. Bravata, Kathryn M. McDonald, Wendy Smith, Chara Rydzak, Herbert Szeto, David Buckeridge, Corinna Haberland, Douglas K. Owens
Annals of Internal Medicine , 2004

BACKGROUND: Given the threat of bioterrorism and the increasing availability of electronic data for surveillance, surveillance systems for the early detection of illnesses and syndromes potentially related to bioterrorism have proliferated.

PURPOSE: To critically evaluate the potential utility of existing surveillance systems for illnesses and syndromes related to bioterrorism.

DATA SOURCES: Databases of peer-reviewed articles (for example, MEDLINE for articles published from January 1985 to April 2002) and Web sites of relevant government and nongovernment agencies.

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Surveillance Systems for Bioterrorism: A Systematic Review

Dena M Bravata, Kathryn M McDonald, Wendy Smith, Chara Rydzak, H Szeto, D Buckeridge, Corinna Haberland, Douglas K Owens
Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of The New York Academy of Medicine , 2002
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Perinatal Screening of Group B Streptococci: Cost-Benefit Analysis of Rapid Polymerase Chain Reaction

Corinna Haberland, WE Benitz, Gillian D. Sanders, JB Pietzsch, S Yamada, L Nguyen, Alan M. Garber
Pediatrics , 2002

Objective. To evaluate the costs and benefits of a group B streptococci screening strategy using a new, rapid polymerase chain reaction test in a hypothetical cohort of expectant mothers in the United States.

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Working Papers

Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response: Use of Information Technologies and Decision Support Systems

Dena M. Bravata, Kathryn M. McDonald, Douglas K. Owens, David Buckeridge, Corinna Haberland, Chara Rydzak, Mark Schleinitz, Wendy Smith, H Szeto, Dean Wilkening
UCSF-Stanford Evidence-Based Practice Center, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality , 2002

The Nation's capacity to respond to bioterrorism depends in part on the ability of clinicians and public health officials to detect, manage, and communicate during a bioterrorism event. Information technologies and decision support systems (IT/DSSs) have the potential to aid clinicians (e.g., physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, and respiratory therapists) and public health officials to respond effectively to a bioterrorist attack.

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Policy Briefs

Prevention Quality Indicators

Sheryl M. Davies, Brad Duncan, Jeffrey J. Geppert, Michael K. Gould, Corinna Haberland, Paul A. Heidenreich, Mark B. McClellan, Kathryn M. McDonald, Patrick Romano, Mark Schleinitz
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality , 2001

Prevention is an important role for all health care providers. Providers can help individuals stay healthy by preventing disease, and they can prevent complications of existing disease by helping patients live with their illnesses. To fulfill this role, however, providers need data on the impact of their services and the opportunity to compare these data over time or across communities.

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