Rachel M Henke
Affiliation: Thomson Reuters
- Geographic variation: a view from the hospital sectorRachel Mosher Henke
Thomson Reuters, Cambridge, MA 02140, USA
Med Care Res Rev 68:699-711. 2011..These findings suggest examining Medicare inpatient data alone may provide a useful but not comprehensive understanding how hospital utilization and costs vary for the total population...
- Clinical inertia in depression treatmentRachel M Henke
Thomson Reuters Healthcare, Cambridge, MA 02140, USA
Med Care 47:959-67. 2009..To explore reasons for clinical inertia in the management of persistent depression symptoms...
- Recent experience in health promotion at Johnson & Johnson: lower health spending, strong return on investmentRachel M Henke
Thomson Reuters, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 30:490-9. 2011..88-$3.92 saved for every dollar spent on the program. Because the vast majority of US adults participate in the workforce, positive effects from similar programs could lead to better health and to savings for the nation as a whole...
- The relationship between health risks and health and productivity costs among employees at Pepsi Bottling GroupRachel M Henke
Thomson Reuters, Washington DC 20008, USA
J Occup Environ Med 52:519-27. 2010..To evaluate relationships between modifiable health risks and costs and measure potential cost savings from risk reduction programs...
- Clinician- and organization-level factors in the adoption of evidence-based care for depression in primary careRachel M Henke
Department of Health Care Policy, Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Health Care Manage Rev 33:289-99. 2008..We explore organizational and clinician factors affecting patient receipt of guideline-concordant services...