Ashish V Joshi
Affiliation: West Virginia University
- Differences in hospital length-of-stay, charges, and mortality in congestive heart failure patientsAshish V Joshi
Department of Pharmaceutical Systems and Policy, West Virginia University School of Pharmacy, PO Box 9510, Morgantown, WV 26506 9510, USA
Congest Heart Fail 10:76-84. 2004..6% lower charges and 42% lower mortality than Medicare patients (p< or =0.05). Other significant predictors of study outcome variables included age, gender, race, hospital region, and hospital experience...
- Hospital procedure volume and outcomesAshish V Joshi
Ann Intern Med 140:1061-2; author reply 1062. 2004
- The direct economic burden of blunt and penetrating trauma in a managed care populationKeith L Davis
RTI Health Solutions, NC 27709, USA
J Trauma 62:622-9; discussion 629-30. 2007..Although the prevalence of trauma in the United States is high, data on the economic burden of this public health problem to third-party payors is limited...
- Comparison of human growth hormone products' cost in pediatric and adult patients. A budgetary impact modelGary R Bazalo
Managed Solutions, 28154 Belle Meade Drive, Conifer, CO 80433, USA
Manag Care 16:45-51. 2007..Considering all approved delivery systems, Norditropin resulted in the least product waste and lower annual patient cost for both pediatric and adult populations...
- Excess mortality, length of stay, and costs associated with serious hemorrhage among trauma patients: findings from the National Trauma Data BankLuke Boulanger
Boston Health Economics, Inc, Waltham, MA 02451, USA
Am Surg 73:1269-74. 2007..05). In both blunt and penetrating trauma cases, serious hemorrhage is significantly associated with excess mortality, longer hospital stays, and higher costs...