Affiliation: George Washington University
- Supporting Patient Behavior Change: Approaches Used by Primary Care Clinicians Whose Patients Have an Increase in Activation LevelsJessica Greene
School of Nursing, George Washington University, Washington, DC
Ann Fam Med 14:148-54. 2016..We aimed to identify the strategies used to support patient behavior change by clinicians whose patients had an increase in patient activation...
- Working under a clinic-level quality incentive: primary care clinicians' perceptionsJessica Greene
School of Nursing, The George Washington University, Washington, DC
Ann Fam Med 13:235-41. 2015..This study examines primary care clinicians' perceptions of a team-based quality incentive awarded at the clinic level...
- Large performance incentives had the greatest impact on providers whose quality metrics were lowest at baselineJessica Greene
Jessica Greene is a professor in the School of Nursing at the George Washington University, in Washington, D C
Health Aff (Millwood) 34:673-80. 2015..However, the results suggest that payment reform may help narrow variation in primary care provider performance, which can translate into narrowing socioeconomic disparities...
- When patient activation levels change, health outcomes and costs change, tooJessica Greene
Jessica Greene is a professor in the School of Nursing, The George Washington University, in Washington, D C
Health Aff (Millwood) 34:431-7. 2015..These findings suggest that efforts to increase patient activation may help achieve key goals of health reform and that further research is warranted to examine whether the observed associations are causal. ..
- The impact of tobacco dependence treatment coverage and copayments in MedicaidJessica Greene
School of Nursing, George Washington University, Washington, District of Columbia Electronic address
Am J Prev Med 46:331-6. 2014..The Affordable Care Act (ACA) expands Medicaid's tobacco dependence treatment (TDT) coverage; however, these expansions differ in comprehensiveness based on Medicaid eligibility category...
- When seeing the same physician, highly activated patients have better care experiences than less activated patientsJessica Greene
School of Nursing George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 32:1299-305. 2013..Strategies to improve the patient experience, therefore, should focus not only on providers but also on improving patients' ability to elicit what they need from their providers. ..
- An examination of pay-for-performance in general practice in AustraliaJessica Greene
George Washington University School of Nursing, Washington, DC 20036, USA
Health Serv Res 48:1415-32. 2013....
- The impact of an online social network with wireless monitoring devices on physical activity and weight lossJessica Greene
George Washington University, School of Nursing, Washington, DC 20036, USA
J Prim Care Community Health 4:189-94. 2013..Online social networks (OSNs) are a new, promising approach for catalyzing health-related behavior change. To date, the empirical evidence on their impact has been limited...
- How well do patient activation scores predict depression outcomes one year later?Rebecca M Sacks
School of Nursing, George Washington University, 2030 M Street NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20036, USA Electronic address
J Affect Disord 169:1-6. 2014..This study examines the relationship between patient activation, a measure of individuals׳ knowledge, skill, and confidence for managing their health, and rates of depression remission and response among patients with depression...
- Mental health care among low-income pregnant women with depressive symptoms: facilitators and barriers to care access and the effectiveness of financial incentives for increasing careRebecca M Sacks
School of Nursing, George Washington University, 6915 SE Mall St, Portland, OR, 97206, USA
Adm Policy Ment Health 42:484-92. 2015..Financial incentives did not impact how often the women visited mental health providers, suggesting that small incentives are not sufficient to catalyze mental health care use for this population. ..
- Effective presentation of health care performance information for consumer decision making: A systematic reviewEllen T Kurtzman
The George Washington University, School of Nursing, 2030 M Street, NW, Suite 300, Washington, D C 20036, USA Electronic address
Patient Educ Couns 99:36-43. 2016..This systematic review synthesizes what is known about the effective presentation of health care performance information for consumer decision making...
- A case study of a team-based, quality-focused compensation model for primary care providersJessica Greene
1George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA
Med Care Res Rev 71:207-23. 2014..While Fairview's compensation model is still a work in progress, their early experiences can provide lessons for other delivery systems seeking to reform PCP compensation. ..