Summary: Detailed financial plans for carrying out specific activities for a certain period of time. They include proposed income and expenditures.
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- Principles of good practice for budget impact analysis: report of the ISPOR Task Force on good research practices--budget impact analysisJosephine A Mauskopf
RTI Health Solutions, Research Triangle Park, NC, USA
Value Health 10:336-47. 2007..and the likely impact of the new health-care interventions on national, regional, or local health plan budgets. Although standard methods for performing and presenting the results of CEAs are well accepted, the same progress ..
- Unforeseen costs of cutting mosquito surveillance budgetsGonzalo M Vazquez-Prokopec
Department of Environmental Studies, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
PLoS Negl Trop Dis 4:e858. 2010....
- Research funding. Structural disequilibria in biomedical researchMichael S Teitelbaum
Alfred P Sloan Foundation, 630 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10011, USA
Science 321:644-5. 2008
- Setting priorities and allocating resources in health regions: lessons from a project evaluating program budgeting and marginal analysis (PBMA)Craig R Mitton
Centre for Health and Policy Studies, University of Calgary, 3330 Hospital Dr N W, Alta, Calgary, Canada T2N 4N1
Health Policy 64:335-48. 2003..However, the framework has undergone limited evaluation, and insight into how such evaluation should even take place is not found in the literature...
- National health budgets for expensive orphan drugs: Gaucher disease in Israel as a modelIrina Kesselman
Gaucher Clinic, Shaare Zedek Medical Center, PO Box 3235, Jerusalem 91031, Israel
Blood Cells Mol Dis 37:46-9. 2006....
- The effects of the global budget system on cost containment and the quality of care: experience in TaiwanLi Chang
Department of Business Administration, Shih Hsin University, Taipei, Taiwan
Health Serv Manage Res 21:106-16. 2008..Another way to enhance the reforms would be a more effective monitoring and review system...
- Effects of global budgeting on the distribution of dentists and use of dental care in TaiwanYa Seng A Hsueh
Health Serv Res 39:2135-53. 2004..To examine the effects of global budgeting on the distribution of dentists and the use and cost of dental care in Taiwan...
- Disinvestment for re-allocation: a process to identify priorities in healthcareSabina Nuti
Laboratorio Management e Sanità, Scuola Superiore Sant Anna, piazza Martiri delle Libertà 33, 56127 Pisa, Italy
Health Policy 95:137-43. 2010Resource scarcity and increasing service demand lead health systems to cope with choices within constrained budgets. The aim of the paper is to describe the study carried out in the Tuscan Health System in Italy on how to set priorities ..
- Derivation of a needs based capitation formula for allocating prescribing budgets to health authorities and primary care groups in England: regression analysisN Rice
Centre for Health Economics, University of York, York Y01 5DD
BMJ 320:284-8. 2000..To develop a weighted capitation formula for setting target allocations for prescribing expenditures for health authorities and primary care groups in England...
- Optimising health care within given budgets: primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in different regions of SwedenEmil Löfroth
Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine, Umeå University Centre for Epidemiology, National Board of Health and Welfare, SE 106 30, Stockholm, Sweden
Health Policy 75:214-29. 2006..One advantage of this method is that the results are very concrete. Recommendations can thereby be more precise which hopefully will create a public debate between decision-makers, practising physicians and patient groups...
- QIPP: cutting budgets or working smarter?P Brocklehurst
Dental Public Health, University of Manchester, Coupland III, Manchester, M13 9PL, UK
Br Dent J 210:369-73. 2011..NHS dental services will, like all other NHS services, need to make a contribution to the QIPP agenda. The purpose of this paper is to outline the implications for NHS dentistry...
- The federal and Ontario budgets of 2012: what's in it for health equity?Arne Ruckert
Institute of Population Health, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON
Can J Public Health 103:e373-5. 2012..This article analyzes both the federal and Ontario budgets of 2012 and their potential impacts on and implications for health equity...
- Executing effective road safety advertising: are big production budgets necessary?R J Donovan
Graduate School of Management, University of Western Australia, Nedlands, Australia
Accid Anal Prev 31:243-52. 1999..In several cases, 30 s low cost talking heads testimonials performed equally as well as their far more expensive counterparts. We conclude that big production budgets may not be necessary to create effective road safety advertising.
- Providers' responses to global budgeting in Taiwan: what were the initial effects?Fen Ju Chen
Department of Health Management, I Shou University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, ROC
Health Serv Manage Res 20:113-20. 2007....
- Dietary patterns and their socio-demographic determinants in 10 European countries: data from the DAFNE databankA Naska
Department of Hygiene and Epidemiology, School of Medicine, University of Athens, Greece
Eur J Clin Nutr 60:181-90. 2006..To describe the dietary patterns of 10 European countries and their socio-demographic determinants, using the comparable between-countries DAFNE data...
- Influences of market competition on dental care utilization under the global budget payment systemWen Chen Tsai
Department of Health Services Management, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan
Community Dent Oral Epidemiol 35:459-64. 2007..This study investigated the influence of medical market competition on the utilization of dental care under the global budget payment system. This study also examined the relative factors that influence the utilization of dental care...
- Disparities in food habits across EuropeAntonia Trichopoulou
Department of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Medical School, University of Athens, 75 Mikras Asias Str, Athens 115 27, Greece
Proc Nutr Soc 61:553-8. 2002..Data from the DAFNE databank may serve as a tool for identifying and quantifying variation in food habits in Europe, as well as for providing information on the socio-economic determinants of food preferences...
- Combining a budgetary-impact analysis and a cost-effectiveness analysis using decision-analytic modelling techniquesMark J C Nuijten
MEDTAP International, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Pharmacoeconomics 20:855-67. 2002..Reimbursement of new drugs is usually based on the budgetary impact of a new drug but there is also increasing demand for cost-effectiveness data on new drugs...
- Twenty-five years of programme budgeting and marginal analysis in the health sector, 1974-1999C Mitton
Department of Community Health Sciences, University of Calgary, 3330 Hospital Drive NW, Calgary, Alberta T2N 4N1, Canada
J Health Serv Res Policy 6:239-48. 2001..Although there is general agreement on the validity of the economic principles underlying PBMA, addressing managerial issues would seem to be central to successful implementation in a given region...
- Using programme budgeting and marginal analysis to assist population based strategic planning for coronary heart diseaseM Haas
Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation Level 6, 88 Mallett Street, Camperdown, NSW 2050, Australia
Health Policy 55:173-86. 2001..the objective of this project was to use programme budgeting and marginal analysis (PBMA), to inform the planning process of the South Western Sydney Area Health Service (SWSAHS) in respect of coronary heart disease (CHD)...
- [Household food availability in Brazil: distribution and trends (1974-2003)]Renata Bertazzi Levy-Costa
Núcleo de Investigação em Nutrição, Instituto de Saude, Secretaria de Estado da Saúde de São Paulo, Sao Paulo, SP, Brasil
Rev Saude Publica 39:530-40. 2005..Data from household food budget surveys were examined in order to describe the regional and socio-economic distribution of household food availability in Brazil in 2002-2003 and trends from 1974 to 2003...
- Programme budgeting and marginal analysis: bridging the divide between doctors and managersDanny Ruta
School of Population and Health Sciences, University of Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 4AA
BMJ 330:1501-3. 2005
- Tools of the trade: a comparative analysis of approaches to priority setting in healthcareC Mitton
Health Economics Program, University of Calgary, 3330 Hospital Drive NW, Calgary, Alberta T2N 4N1, Canada
Health Serv Manage Res 16:96-105. 2003..Although PBMA is not without challenges, from an economic perspective, it does seem to "get the thinking right", and, importantly, as a process, can incorporate some of the other approaches to priority setting discussed in this paper...
- Reallocating resources: how should the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence guide disinvestment efforts in the National Health Service?Steven Pearson
Department of Clinical Bioethics, National Institute of Health, Bethesda, MD 20892 1156, USA
J Health Serv Res Policy 12:160-5. 2007..Disinvestment will provide a stern test of these qualities...
- Using pooled budgets to integrate health and welfare services: a comparison of experiments in England and SwedenEva Lisa Hultberg
Department of Social Medicine, The Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Goteborg, Goteborg, Sweden
Health Soc Care Community 13:531-41. 2005..Drawing on their respective evaluations, this paper describes experiments in England and Sweden that use pooled budgets between services to improve interagency and interprofessional collaboration and presents evidence on their impact...
- [Changes in composition and appropriate nutrition of family diet in the metropolitan areas of Brazil (1988-1996)]C A Monteiro
Departamento de Nutrição da Faculdade de Saúde Pública da Universidadede São Paulo São Paulo, SP, Brasil
Rev Saude Publica 34:251-8. 2000..A new family budget survey carried out in the mid-nineties in Brazil allows an update of the secular trends (1962-1988) of dietary patterns of Brazilian population living in metropolitan areas...
- Developing guidance for budget impact analysisP Trueman
Johnson and Johnson Medical Ltd, Ascot, Berkshire, UK
Pharmacoeconomics 19:609-21. 2001..not just with maximising efficiency but also with the more simplistic goal of remaining within their annual budgets. These two objectives are not necessarily consistent...
- The evolution of PBMA: towards a macro-level priority setting framework for health regionsCraig R Mitton
Centre for Health and Policy Studies, University of Calgary, Faculty of Medicine, 3330 Hospital Dr NW, Alberta, Canada T2N 4N1
Health Care Manag Sci 6:263-9. 2003..The approach is put forth as a significant improvement on historical resource allocation patterns...
- Sustaining the engine of U.S. biomedical discoveryStephen J Heinig
Association of American Medical Colleges, Washington, DC, USA
N Engl J Med 357:1042-7. 2007
- Cost-effectiveness of earlier initiation of antiretroviral therapy for uninsured HIV-infected adultsB R Schackman
Center for Risk Analysis, Department of Health Policy and Management, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Mass, USA
Am J Public Health 91:1456-63. 2001..This study was designed to examine the societal cost-effectiveness and the impact on government payers of earlier initiation of antiretroviral therapy for uninsured HIV-infected adults...
- Is price a barrier to eating more fruits and vegetables for low-income families?Diana Cassady
Department of Public Health Sciences, University of California, Davis, CA 9561, USA
J Am Diet Assoc 107:1909-15. 2007....
- Ethics and economics: does programme budgeting and marginal analysis contribute to fair priority setting?Jennifer Gibson
Joint Centre for Bioethics, University of Toronto, 88 College Street, Toronto, Ontario M5G 1L4, Canada
J Health Serv Res Policy 11:32-7. 2006..The goals of this research were to use the A4R framework to evaluate the fairness of using PBMA for priority setting and to assess how A4R might make PBMA fairer...
- Understanding the state variation in Medicare home health care. The impact of Medicaid program characteristics, state policy, and provider attributesM A Cohen
Center for Health and Long Term Care Research, Waltham, MA, USA
Med Care 35:618-33. 1997..In this article, the authors document trends in the use of the benefit and develop multivariate models to identify the factors that explain state variation in its use...
- The impact of decentralised drug-budgets in Sweden - a survey of physicians' attitudes towards costs and cost-effectivenessSandra Jansson
IHE, The Swedish Institute for Health Economics, Box 2127, SE 220 02 Lund, Sweden
Health Policy 76:299-311. 2006In Sweden decentralised drug-budgets at health-care facility levels were introduced in 1997 in an attempt to contain increasing pharmaceutical expenditures...
- Beyond managed long-term care: paying for home care based on risk of adverse outcomesW Weissert
Department of Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan School of Public Health, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 20:172-80. 2001..Moreover, such a system is designed to reallocate resources to higher-risk patients and those more likely to benefit, focusing caregiving on specific outcomes and improving those outcomes...
- Using referrals and priority-setting rules to risk adjust budgets: the case of regional psychiatric centersPer Arne Holman
Institute of Health Management and Health Economics, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway
J Ment Health Policy Econ 14:25-38. 2011..a precondition for equal access in such systems is that providers have similar capacities -- meaning that budgets must be perfectly adjusted for variations in treatment costs not being under the control of providers (risk ..
- In case of emergency .... Don't use Bush's budget--but fund those who would respond to a health crisisTodd Sloane
Mod Healthc 36:18. 2006
- The value of neurosurgeryMark N Hadley
Division of Neurological Surgery, University of Alabama School of Medicine, 510 20th Street South, FOT 1030, Birmingham, AL 35294 3410, USA
Neurosurgery 54:777-82. 2004
- Bush's budget guide. Rural providers, uninsured face funding decreaseJeff Tieman
Mod Healthc 34:8-9. 2004
- Period of reconciliation. House, Senate seek common ground on spending billsTony Fong
Mod Healthc 33:14-5. 2003
- Structuring a framework for public health performance-based budgeting: a Georgia case studyValerie A Hepburn
Institute of Public Health, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 30302, USA
J Public Health Manag Pract 13:173-9. 2007..The structure clearly distinguishes between personal health services and population health and allows for the future establishment of measurable program targets, an essential feature of a performance-centered budgeting system...
- A legislative perspective on program budgeting for public health in GeorgiaCarolyn Bourdeaux
Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State University, Atlanta, USA
J Public Health Manag Pract 13:180-7. 2007..These different considerations led to a structure that differed from the Ten Essential Services as well as the National Association of State Budget Officers program categories...
- The economics of public health: financing drug abuse treatment servicesWilliam S Cartwright
National Institute of Drug Abuse, NIH, 6001 Executive Boulevard, Room 4222, MSC 9565, Bethesda, MD 20892 9565, USA
Health Policy 66:247-60. 2003..Social welfare losses are generated by financial arrangements that are inconsistent with rational budgeting theory and as such would lead to non-optimal organization and management of the drug abuse treatment system...
- Financing public health: diminished funding for core needs and state-by-state variation in supportJeffrey Levi
Trust for America s Health, George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services, Washington, DC 20006, USA
J Public Health Manag Pract 13:97-102. 2007....
- [Theoretical implications of health economic evaluations in an Austrian context]Evelyn Walter
Institut für Pharmaökonomische Forschung, Wien, Osterreich
Wien Med Wochenschr 156:622-7. 2006..This "natural" tendency increasingly faces constraints of public budgets. Therefore, both efficiency and effectiveness considerations have to be put in place in order to allocate ..
- Should public policy seek to control the growth of health care spending?Henry J Aaron
Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) . 2003..In this situation, efforts to hold down cost growth carry grave risks...
- Research funding. NIH in the post-doubling era: realities and strategiesElias A Zerhouni
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 20892, USA
Science 314:1088-90. 2006
- Proposal of Polish guidelines for conducting financial analysis and their comparison to existing guidance on budget impact in other countriesEwa Orlewska
Centre for Pharmacoeconomics, Warsaw, Poland
Value Health 7:1-10. 2004..Poland is in the process of drafting country-specific guidelines for BIA, positioned as complementary to economic evaluation in decision-making..
- Medicaid: 10 fixes that work. Of all the reforms states have tried, these are the ones that hold the most promiseMartha King
State Legis 30:14-8. 2004
- Is SCHIP shipshape? Even successful insurance programs for kids are hard to keep going when budgets are squeezedHy Gia Park
State Legis 30:16-9. 2004
- Can managed care programs rein in Medicare's runaway budgets?John Carroll
Manag Care 14:34-6, 39-40. 2005
- Budget showdown. Tug of war may ensue over planned Medicaid cutsRalph Loos
Mod Healthc 35:13. 2005
- Prospective budgeting for home care: making titration workVernon L Greene
J Aging Health 17:399-424. 2005....
- The Medicaid spending morass: Medicaid continues to grow at alarming rates causing states to seek solutionsArturo Perez
National Conference of State Legislatures NCSL, USA
State Legis 31:19-21. 2005
- An overview of the HHS budget proposalRobert J Rubin
J Med Pract Manage 20:288-9. 2005
- Budget windfall. National healthcare IT office sees funding restoredJoseph Conn
Mod Healthc 35:4. 2005
- Public money, public valuesSarah E Abrams
Public Health Nurs 21:511-2. 2004
- Never enough. Health IT budget could double, but not meet demandMatthew DoBias
Mod Healthc 35:12-3. 2005
- Shoring up congressional support for post-election year politicsVal J Halamandaris
National Association for Home Care and Hospice
Caring 23:68. 2004
- Medicare, Medicaid anxiety. Providers wait for word on cuts, reimbursementsMatthew DoBias
Mod Healthc 36:10. 2006
- Did a rising tide lift all boats? The NIH budget and pediatric research portfolioDaniel P Gitterman
University of North Carolina, at Chapel Hill, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 23:113-24. 2004..3 to 11.3 percent. We offer recommendations for implementing existing commitments to strengthen the pediatric research portfolio and to protect the gains of the doubling period...
- Redeeming hollow promises: the case for mandatory spending on health care for American Indians and Alaska NativesTimothy M Westmoreland
Health Policy Institute, Georgetown University, Box 571444, 3300 Whitehaven Street, NW, Suite 5000, Washington, DC 20057, USA
Am J Public Health 96:600-5. 2006..If a correct structure is in place, mandatory spending is more likely to provide adequate funding that keeps pace with changes in costs and need...
- Transfer regulations and cost-effectiveness analysisEric A Posner
University of Chicago, USA
Duke Law J 53:1067-110. 2003..More vigorous Office of Management and Budget and, possibly, judicial review could improve the quality of distributive regulations...
- Insuring kids in hard times: since it began, SCHIP has been taking care of children's medical needs. The question now, however, is how will it be fundedLeah Oliver
State Legis 29:32-4. 2003
- Update on federal activities related to hospital funding for disaster preparednessNancie Bechtel
Central Ohio Trauma System COTS, Columbus, OH, USA
J Trauma Nurs 11:79-83. 2004
- Just the beginning? With dollar 11.2 billion in Medicaid, Medicare cuts passed, providers fear more to comeMatthew DoBias
Mod Healthc 36:8-9. 2006
- Bush budget to states: accept block grants or lose UPL fundingDOUGLAS HOLTZ-EAKIN
Hosp Outlook 7:8, 16. 2004
- The Veterans Health Administration: an American success story?Adam Oliver
London School of Economics and Political Science, Houghton Street, London WC2A 2AE, United Kingdom
Milbank Q 85:5-35. 2007..Nonetheless, the apparent turnaround in the VHA's performance offers encouragement that health care that is both financed and provided by the public sector can be an effective organizational form...
- Implantable cardioverter defibrillator utilization based on discharge diagnoses from Medicare and managed care patientsJeremy N Ruskin
Cardiac Arrhythmia Service, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston 02114, USA
J Cardiovasc Electrophysiol 13:38-43. 2002..To assess the current utilization of this therapy, we estimated the number of patients at risk of sudden death using an historical claims-based study and compared these results to current ICD usage volumes...
- Protecting our national securityVal J Halamandaris
Caring 26:80. 2007
- The bursting state fiscal bubble and state Medicaid budgetsDonald J Boyd
Nelson A Rockefeller Institute of Government, Albany, New York, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 22:46-61. 2003..States will have to curtail the growth of Medicaid, raise revenue, or constrain growth in education spending to maintain balanced budgets.
- Surprise US election results may boost biotechJeffrey L Fox
Nat Biotechnol 20:1176. 2002
- [A comparative study of the expenditures on health research in 7 western countries in 1997 places the Netherlands at the bottom of the list]S P H Ellenbroek
Leids Universitair Medisch Centrum, vakgroep Metamedica, Leiden
Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 146:1369-74. 2002..To compare the expenditures on health research in the Netherlands with those in other Western countries...
- The state-of-the-science: challenges in designing postacute care payment policyLeighton Chan
Rehabilitation Medicine Department, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 88:1522-5. 2007..It assesses the payment systems' impact on PAC services, referencing relevant works in progress. Suggestions are made for future research...
- The President's budget: dead-on-arrival, but still a threat!Howard P Forman
Department of Diagnostic Radiology and Public Health, Yale University, 333 Cedar St, New Haven, CT 06510 3206, USA
AJR Am J Roentgenol 190:843-4. 2008
- Hospitals as budget target. Bush's proposed budget has hospitals crying foul over a 'savings' plan that reduces Medicare, Medicaid funding by $200 billionJennifer Lubell
Mod Healthc 38:6-7, 14, 1. 2008..Michael Connelly, left, president and CEO of Catholic Healthcare Partners, said Bush's budget proposal "fundamentally missed the point."..
- Politics of the federal budget processThomas W Elwood
Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, Washington, DC, USA
J Allied Health 37:3-7. 2008
- BBA impacts on hospital residents, finances, and Medicare subsidiesJerry Cromwell
RTI International, Waltham, MA 02451, USA
Health Care Financ Rev 28:117-29. 2006..Coupled with an estimated replacement cost of over $100,000 per resident, it is not surprising that hospitals accepted nearly 4,000 residents beyond their allowable payment caps in just 4 years post-BBA...
- State budget deficits creating crisis and opportunity for home careVal J Halamandaris
National Association for Home Care, USA
Caring 21:52, 51. 2002
- Application of cost-effectiveness analysis to multiple products: a practical guideMohan V Bala
Outcomes Research, Centocor, Inc, Malvern, PA 19355, USA
Am J Manag Care 8:211-8. 2002..The implications of different means of expressing budget constraints on treatment choice are examined...
- Health care is casualty in current budget battleJeanne Schulte Scott
NDCHealth, Washington, D C, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 56:28, 30. 2002
- Too little or just right? Bush lays his healthcare budget on the table, but Democrats--and some Republicans--say $190 billion falls shortEd Lovern
Mod Healthc 32:6-7, 16, 1. 2002..The plan got a lukewarm reception from those in the industry, along with most Democrats and even some Republicans, who were hoping for a stronger stand...
- Did the 1997 balanced budget act reduce use of physical and occupational therapy services?Nancy K Latham
Health and Disability Research Institute, School of Public Health, Boston University, Boston, MA 02118 2639, USA
Arch Phys Med Rehabil 89:807-14. 2008..To investigate whether use of physical therapy (PT) and occupational therapy (OT) services decreased after the passage of the 1997 Balanced Budget Act (BBA)...
- An examination of factors in the withdrawal of managed care plans from the Medicare+Choice programMitchell P V Glavin
Schneider Institute for Health Policy, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA 02454, USA
Inquiry 39:341-54. 2002..The findings suggest HMO participation in Medicare+Choice will continue to fall unless major changes are made to the overall Medicare program and the method of paying HMOs...
- OMB estimates indicate that 900,000 children will lose health insurance due to reductions in federal SCHIP fundingEdwin Park
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Washington, DC 20002, USA
Int J Health Serv 33:369-81. 2003..On the other hand, the Bush administration proposed to extend the expiring funds but does not target them to needy states; the proposal will do little to reduce the magnitude of the decline...
- Look beyond budgets to the broader benefitsRobert Dugal
Policy, Planning and Research, Rx and D, Ottawa
Healthc Pap 3:77-82; discussion 87-94. 2002..of drug benefit managers, it is but one consideration, and it is imperative that governments look beyond drug budgets to the broader benefits of innovative drug therapy to Canadians, both economically and clinically...
- More of the same is not enoughDonald J Willison
Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
Healthc Pap 3:47-55; discussion 87-94. 2002..The policy options proposed by Laupacis, Anderson and O'Brien for managing pharmaceutical budgets--better evidence, better dissemination, additional regulation and increased dialogue--are necessary but not ..
- Budget backlash. Disparate forces in healthcare unite to decry Bush's healthcare budget for 2008; 'a remarkable leap backward to the stone age'Matthew DoBias
Mod Healthc 37:6-7, 16, 1. 2007..Officials like Leslie Norwalk, right, the CMS' acting administrator, support the $700 billion of that proposed budget that would fund Medicare and Medicaid...
- Putting off the tough choices. As a long-term fiscal crisis worsens, Washington dithersTodd Sloane
Mod Healthc 37:18. 2007
- Analyzing information technology valueJohn Glaser
Partners HealthCare System, Boston, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 57:98-100, 102, 104. 2003
- U.S. research policy. Med schools add labs despite budget crunchJocelyn Kaiser
Science 317:1309-10. 2007
- Lessons in grassroots lobbying. FY 2003 Omnibus Appropriations bill earmarks spending for healthcare providersJohn H Ferman
Health Policy Alternatives, Inc, 400 N Capitol St NW, Ste 799, Washington, DC 20001 1536, USA
Healthc Exec 18:90-1. 2003
- State budget deficits connected to Medicare cuts in home careVal J Halamandaris
Caring 22:60, 59. 2003
- Developing a monitoring and evaluating capability for the U.S. Department of Defense Humanitarian Assistance ProgramDerek Joseph Licina
Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics, Uniformed Services University, 4301 Jones Bridge Road, Bethesda, MD 20814 4799, USA
Mil Med 172:339-45. 2007..The Department of Defense spends more than $50 million dollars a year on humanitarian assistance (HA) projects. Although the projects are perceived as beneficial, demonstrating sustainable long-term impact is not possible...
- [Significant increase in health insurance contributions. Where does the 7 billion euro extra income go?]Jürgen Stoschek
MMW Fortschr Med 149:52-3. 2007
- Advocate for better funding of federal nursing programsMary Alexander
J Infus Nurs 30:139-40. 2007
- [Present state of countermeasure to AIDS in the world today]E Takakuwa
Kansenshogaku Zasshi 71:1097-107. 1997..S.A. U.K., France, Germany and three eastern European countries with regard to 1) budgets, 2) examinations, 3) medical care, 4) consultation and guidance and 5) education...
- Conflicts of interest in research involving human beingsDirceu Greco
School of Medicine, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
J Int Bioethique 19:143-54, 202-3. 2008..research institutes themselves also have conflicts of interest, as the sponsored projects may help increase their budgets, both directly (taxes) and indirectly (e.g...
- The society for gastrointestinal intervention. Are we, as an organization of disparate disciplines, cooperative or competitive?Richard A Kozarek
SGI President 2008 2010 Digestive Disease Institute, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, WA, USA
Gut Liver 4:S1-8. 2010..These divisions have historically been kept separate by multiple forces: salaries and budgets usually reside in a larger division...
- Direct costs of hip fractures in patients over 60 years of age in BelgiumJ Y Reginster
WHO Collaborating Center for Public Health Aspects of Osteoarticular Disorders, Liege, Belgium
Pharmacoeconomics 15:507-14. 1999..frequent underlying cause of femoral neck fractures in the elderly; these fractures weigh heavily on healthcare budgets. However, in Belgium, very few data on the financial burden of hip fractures are available and no updated ..
- Temporal variability in winter travel patterns of Yellowstone bison: the effects of road groomingJason E Bruggeman
Department of Ecology, Montana State University, Bozeman 59717, USA
Ecol Appl 16:1539-54. 2006..We collected data during winters, from 1997 to 2005, on bison road use, off-road travel, and activity budgets to quantify temporal trends in the amount of bison road and off-road travel and to identify the ecological ..
- The Habenulo-Interpeduncular Pathway and NicotineChristie D Fowler; Fiscal Year: 2013..to writing a complete and thorough R01 grant proposal, this training will promote knowledge of the preparation of budgets, tracking of expenditures, maintaining direction and preparation of progress reports...
- Expanding Vietnamese Community and Academic Infrastructure for Health ResearchBang H Nguyen; Fiscal Year: 2010..liver, and lung cancer), and 4) incorporation of infrastructure service expenses in collaborative proposal budgets and commitment from an endowment and a cancer center to sustain the infrastructure...
- PTEN TUMOR SUPPRESSOR AND SIGNAL TRANSDUCTIONRAMON E PARSONS; Fiscal Year: 2012..Period (or Modular Budget) Budget for Entire Proposed Period of Support (not applicable with Modular Budget) Budgets Pertaining to Consortium/Contractual Arrangements (not applicable with Modular Budget) Biographical Sketch - ..
- Phenotypes of diabetic kidney disease and the relationship to retinal pathologyAmy Mottl; Fiscal Year: 2013..nephropathy giving me a realistic view of patient recruitment and the importance of adhering to timelines and budgets. My prior work in genetic epidemiology demonstrates that I am capable of bringing a project to fruition and ..
- Phosphoproteomics of Extinction and Reconsolidation of Drug MemoriesMary M Torregrossa; Fiscal Year: 2013..time during the training period learning important skills for managing an independent laboratory, including grant writing, managing budgets, mentoring students and technicians, and training in the responsible conduct of research.
- Models of Retinal DegenerationMatthew M Lavail; Fiscal Year: 2013..The high costs to maintain animal colonies on individual grant budgets are beyond the means of most vision scientists, and most investigators do not have the time or expertise in ..
- Patient Awareness and Consumer Education Research Cente*Maria E Suarez Almazor; Fiscal Year: 2010..Contents Summary Detailed Budget for Initial Budget Period Summary Budget for Entire Proposed Period of Support Budgets Pertaining to Administrative Core, CHAIN, and Demonstration Projects Biographical Sketch - Principal Investigator/..
- The Role of IL-10 in Regulation of Allergic InflammationBILL AMEREDES; Fiscal Year: 2009..Table of Contents _3 Detailed Budget for Initial Budget Period Budget for Entire Proposed Period of Support j_ Budgets Pertaining to Consortium/Contractual Arrangements Biographical Sketch-Principal Investigator/Program Director (..
- Oregon's Coordinated Care Organizations Integrate Care for Drug Use DisordersDennis McCarty; Fiscal Year: 2013..Global budgets and shared savings promote quality of care...
- Expanding and Enhancing All Payer Claims Data Base System Capacity in StatesDENISE ELAINE LOVE; Fiscal Year: 2012..and expansion of statewide APCDs, state budget constraints are resulting in freezes or limits in employee travel budgets. The National Association of Health Data Organizations (NAHDO), in partnership with the All Payer Claims ..
- The Population Genetics of DivergenceEMANUEL HEY; Fiscal Year: 2013..Period (or Modular Budget) Budget for Entire Proposed Period of Support (not applicable with Modular Budget) na Budgets Pertaining to Consortium/Contractual Arrangements (not applicable with Modular Budget) na Biographical Sketch - ..
- The impact of the unfolded protein responses on steatosisKIRSTEN C SADLER EDEPLI; Fiscal Year: 2013..the management of these patients alone will overwhelm clinics, liver transplant waiting lists and health care budgets. There is an urgent need to understand the cellular pathways that contribute to the first step of this disease, ..
- Craniofacial Morphogenesis and Tissue Regeneration Gordon Research ConferencePaul A Trainor; Fiscal Year: 2010..congenital birth defects, are a major cause of infant mortality and dramatically impact upon national health care budgets. This proposal requests support for three biannual international meetings on Craniofacial Development and Tissue ..
- Walk-It: Home-based walking speed assessment technology for improved health trackPHILIP R SCHAEFER; Fiscal Year: 2011..Furthermore, even when possible, such visits often add substantial cost to research budgets. Technology has advanced sufficiently to the point where we can develop tools that render home or laboratory ..
- Clade C-specific HIV assay to distinguish true infection from vaccine-induced serANDREW E LEVIN; Fiscal Year: 2013..algorithms, fails to detect 2-3% of established HIV infections, and its high cost is a burden to vaccine trial budgets and a barrier to use by resource-limited health providers...
- Society for Developmental Biology Annual Meetings 2009-2013Marianne Bronner; Fiscal Year: 2013..and the East coast, as rotation throughout the various regions eases the travel burden for those with lower budgets. Efforts will be made to keep the tradition of using university campuses as venue for they are more economical ..
- STRENGTHENING MEDICAID-FUNDED MENTAL HEALTH COVERAGE FOR CHILDREN IN CHILD WELFARRamesh Raghavan; Fiscal Year: 2013..This information deficit has resulted in Medicaid budgets being determined on the basis of expediency rather than appropriateness, and this has affected the ability of ..
- 2011 WNT MeetingTimothy F Lane; Fiscal Year: 2011..and nearby, and the lack of a registration fee will allow many young scientists and investigators with limited budgets to attend...
- Differential Effects of Managed Care Models and Competition in MedicaidVictoria Perez; Fiscal Year: 2013..person increase from 2007, and represents the second-largest budget item at both the federal domestic and state budgets. As a result of the increasing size and scope of Medicaid, states have looked for ways to contain spending...
- The Impact of Health Homes in New York State on People with Substance Use DisordeJon Morgenstern; Fiscal Year: 2013..States will be concerned about cost containment as expansion of coverage will increase pressures on strained budgets. Health Homes (HHs) are a federally funded Medicaid program-authorized by the Affordable Care Act-to improve ..
- Exploring the Interactions Between Nurses and Industry in Clinical PracticeQuinn Grundy; Fiscal Year: 2013..2-4 Pharmaceutical companies continue to devote over a third of their marketing budgets to interactions with health professionals, suggesting that these interactions are regarded as an effective means ..
- Increasing the Capacity of Providers to Monitor Fidelity to Child and Family CBTKristin M Hawley; Fiscal Year: 2012..efforts require valid measurement of CBT fidelity that is feasible across a wide range of service settings and budgets. The proposed research involves working with CBT experts, clinician stakeholders, as well as consumers of ..
- Moral Hazard and Long-Term Care InsuranceRITA TAMARA KONETZKA; Fiscal Year: 2013..fate or form of CLASS, the projected demographics of long-term care use and the associated strain on government budgets point to a more and more urgent need to answer these questions...
- ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE RESEARCH CENTERDaniel Marson; Fiscal Year: 2009..The Administrative Core will provide the implementation of all goals of the ADRC including budgets, meetings of the Executive and Internal and External Advisory Committees, enhancing visibility through pilot ..
- The Effects of Private Health Insurance in Publicly Funded ProgramsMARY KATE BUNDORF; Fiscal Year: 2012..by applicant): Health care spending has risen more quickly than inflation over the last 30 years, straining the budgets of consumers, patients, employers, government programs, and tax payers...
- The Role of Physician Networks in the Adoption of New Prescription Drugs.Julie Marie Donohue; Fiscal Year: 2013..Medicare and Medicaid are key settings for studying network effects because they provide coverage to the most vulnerable and because the costs of these programs exert substantial pressure on public budgets.
- Establishing Drosophila Tools for Pathway Mapping and Target IdentificationELENA M GRACHEVA; Fiscal Year: 2010..Increased research and development budgets have had little effect on drugs entering the market place, so clearly a new paradigm for drug discovery is needed ..
- Comprehensive Collection, Charting, and Communication SystemMINNA S LEVINE; Fiscal Year: 2010..and enable schools to meet the IEP needs of its students within the constraints of very restrictive educational budgets. Objectives: The three objectives of this project are 1) to design and implement a four-component behavioral ..
- BIOINFORMATICS CORECarolyn J Hovde; Fiscal Year: 2011..into activities at various levels on every Idaho campus as evidenced by separate INBRE bioinformatics budgets by most Network institutions...
- TRANSLATING EFFECTIVE MALTREATMENT INTERVENTION INTO THE COMMUNITYKATHLEEN MARIE BAGGETT; Fiscal Year: 2011..be performed in order to provide this information to community sites for viewing relative to their own operating budgets and prior intervention efforts...
- UNC Global Women's Health FellowshipBenjamin H Chi; Fiscal Year: 2013..Without dedicated funding, the program has been heavily reliant on project-specific budgets and supplemental department resources, both of which have limited its scope...
- Addressing Global TB Prevention and Control in All Populations and StrengtheningSHAWN TRENTON WHEELER; Fiscal Year: 2013..authorizations and establish mechanisms to administer project funds as provided for in approved sub-recipient budgets. CRDF Global will procure equipment, materials, and supplies, including tax-exempt importation and customs ..
- TULANE COBRE IN HYPERTENSION AND RENAL BIOLOGY: ADMIN CORELUIS GABRIEL NAVAR; Fiscal Year: 2011..coordinator is also responsible for the preparation of the progress reports and orders supplies and equipment for all projects and ensures that the expenditures for each project remain within the allocated budgets.
- Multi-Spectral Targeted Imaging for Early Detection of Cancer in Barrett's EsophaThomas D Wang; Fiscal Year: 2013..The Administrative Core will provide support for grants and regulatory management, including budgets, financial reporting, progress reports, human subjects protocols, investigation of new drug (IND) applications, ..
- Increasing Investigator Rodent Housing Capacity through the Purchase of VentilateJORI KAY LESZCZYNSKI; Fiscal Year: 2011..This is a significant accomplishment in an era of shrinking research budgets and highly competitive funding...
- Health Consequences of Corporate Changes in the Nursing Home IndustryJANE CATHERINE BANASZAK-HOLL; Fiscal Year: 2013DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): With many states experiencing fiscal crises and shrinking Medicaid budgets, constraints on the public resources available for long-term care may require a greater reliance on private capital ..
- TDARS: Translated Document Assembly and Retrieval System (Phase II)CYNTHIA ROAT; Fiscal Year: 2011..Other types of documents were translated even less frequently. Hospitals, with limited budgets for language services, are struggling to allocate resources to create quality, translated documents for their ..
- AAOS Multi-Year Research Symposia for 2011-2015Ranjan Gupta; Fiscal Year: 2010..They are also responsible for budgets, as well as for overseeing the publication of proceedings and conclusions of the symposium in a timely manner...
- AAOS Multi-Year Research Symposia for 2006-2010Christopher H Evans; Fiscal Year: 2010..They are also responsible for budgets, as well as for overseeing the publication of proceedings and conclusions of the symposium in a timely manner...
- Parental documentation status, state policy, and coverage among Latino childrenJessie Pintor; Fiscal Year: 2013..In coming years and under constrained budgets, states will be making key decisions on coverage eligibility for the millions of immigrants excluded from ACA ..
- Hazardous Material Worker Health and Safety Training (U45), Cooperative AgreementKENNETH OLDFIELD; Fiscal Year: 2013..materials during emergency incidents, the need for hazardous materials training, and insufficient training budgets. Training will be provided using existing curricula and participatory techniques...
- Boston University Aphasia Research Core CenterMartin L Albert; Fiscal Year: 2012..Our P30 allows for the centralization of labor-intensive tasks that could not otherwise be supported on the budgets of the affiliated research projects.
- Duplicate Article/Plagiarism DiscoveryHarold Garner; Fiscal Year: 2009With little chance for discovery and decreasing budgets, yet sustained pressure to publish, the unethical practices of duplicate publications and plagiarism are significant...
- NIH Grant Prep.Workshops for Rehabilitation ResearchJames A Blackman; Fiscal Year: 2010..Additionally, participants will receive support regarding budgets, literature searches, human subjects, and other aspects of grant preparation...
- Penn prevention clinical trials unitDavid S Metzger; Fiscal Year: 2013..Reflecting this connection to existing networks we are submitting transition budgets for three ongoing NIAID sponsored clinical trials: HPTN 037 (HPTN);HPTN035 (MTCT);and HVTN (502) as a component ..
- HazMatIQ LIVE eLearning_The Missing Link in HazMat Response TrainingCHRISTOPHER T HELD; Fiscal Year: 2011..and the cost of HazMat response incidents through timely and successful risk mitigation at a time when training budgets are being slashed and vacant positions due to attrition are being unfilled in communities across the U.S...
- 2012 American Urological Association (AUA) New Investigators WorkshopLEO GIAMBARRESI; Fiscal Year: 2013..Grant Proposal", "Defining Peer Review Criteria", "Packaging the Proposal", "Grantsmanship", Biostatistics", and "Budgets." Friday's session will also include a mock study section in which senior advisors with substantial ..
- Mechanisms of Asthma-Dietary Interventions against Environmental TriggersGregory B Diette; Fiscal Year: 2013..of all expenditures and liaise with University Accounting and Grants administrative offices regarding grant budgets. The administrative support provided by the Administrative Core will be responsible for organizing various weekly ..
- TAS::75 0872::TAS 2010 SBIR PHASE I TOPIC 55Everette C Burdette; Fiscal Year: 2010..5% of their current fiscal year extramural budgets for research or research and development for an SBIR program...
- INBRE:URI: ADMINISTRATIVE COREZahir A Shaikh; Fiscal Year: 2011..The Administrative Core (AC) managed various aspects of the RI-INBRE Program such as budgets, expenditures, subcontracts, personnel matters, communication with NCRR and participating institutions, review of ..
- BORDER BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH CENTER: ADMINISTRATIONDIANA S NATALICIO; Fiscal Year: 2011..the budgetary needs of the program and work cooperatively with the Offices of Research and Sponsored Projects, Budgets and Accounting and report to the Program Director...
- A Novel Device Design for Sperm CryopreservationERIK WOODS; Fiscal Year: 2009..maintenance of these lines by standard breeding techniques is producing unsustainable pressure on facilities and budgets. Consequently, there is a critical need to develop reliable and cost-effective alternative means of rodent ..
- Consequences of Drug Cost Sharing:A New Randomized TrialSebastian Schneeweiss; Fiscal Year: 2006..By contrast a policy in Germany which required physicians to prescribe within fixed drug budgets was financially successful but left concerns about adverse clinical outcomes...
- The Role of Coordinating Centers in Collaborative Cancer-Epidemiology StudiesBETSY ANN ROLLAND; Fiscal Year: 2012..collaborative projects will be able to use what we learn to justify the inclusion of funds in grant application budgets, perhaps even developing a formula for calculating what percentage of a project's budget should be devoted ..
- Addiction Studies Program for State LegislaturesDavid P Friedman; Fiscal Year: 2013..States are facing unprecedented budgetary shortfalls and have to make cuts across state budgets. The program has the demonstrated ability to present state policymakers and appropriators with research ..
- ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT FOR CAU RCMI PROGRAMCARLTON B BROWN; Fiscal Year: 2011..Support Services the Center provides to its scientists include establishment and maintenance of research budgets per University policy, handling of purchase requisitions, assistance with staff hiring procedures, establishment ..
- SUPPORT OF THE NAACCR ANNUAL CONFERENCEBetsy A Kohler; Fiscal Year: 2012..The NAACCR meeting is a required element of NPCR cooperative agreement travel budgets. As a nonprofit with 501C3 status, NAACCR is eligible to apply for funding under this grant opportunity in the ..
- The evolutionary biology of chemotherapy against infectious agents: towards ratiAndrew F Read; Fiscal Year: 2013..HEALTH RELEVANCE: The evolution of drug resistant pathogens significantly impacts on human wellbeing and health budgets. Evolutionary hypotheses suggest drug treatment regimes that contradict conventional wisdom but which could in ..
- Research Platform Integrating Patient Reported and Clinical Outcomes Data SourcesJOHN CHRISTOPHER WEISS; Fiscal Year: 2012..will likely continue to be the final word in translational research, but in the face o contracting research budgets it is increasingly important to conduct only those studies that have a reasonable likelihood of answering the ..
- Brief AOD Use and Sexual Risk Reduction Group MI Intervention for Homeless YouthJoan S Tucker; Fiscal Year: 2013..not feasible in the current service delivery climate of increasing demand for services combined with decreasing budgets and staffing...
- COBRE: U KS: CORE A: ADMINISTRATIONRobert P Hanzlik; Fiscal Year: 2011..This includes monitoring and projecting its budgets (federal and non-federal funds), conducting formal and informal assessments of our Center, facilitating ..
- INTEGRATING ENERGY STORAGE, HIPPOCAMPUS AND HORMONESJEFFREY LUCAS; Fiscal Year: 2002..the correlated changes in spatial memory, neuroanatomy, hormone profiles, energy regulation patterns and activity budgets in adult Carolina chickadees maintained under natural photoperiods...
- Society for Inherited Metabolic Disorders Annual MeetingGerard Vockley; Fiscal Year: 2005..availability of travel funds for trainees and junior scientists continues to diminish as academic health center budgets shrink. We have designed the scientific program to include cutting edge clinical and basic research in IEM...
- CALCIUM AND THE NORMAL LENS AND CATARACTGeorge Duncan; Fiscal Year: 2000DESCRIPTION: Cataract and posterior capsule opacification (PCO) are major drains on health budgets throughout the world and it is a long-term objective of this project to develop strategies to prevent both of these conditions...
- UNION LISTS OF MONOGRAPHSANN TOMES; Fiscal Year: 1990..telephone calls, the fees charged by large libraries for lending books and the reality of reduced acquisition budgets are the principal reasons which reinforce the importance of using technology for improvised local access to books...
- CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENTAL AND MOLECULAR TOXICOLOGYColin Jefcoate; Fiscal Year: 2001..Daily operation of the Center, planning (budgets, record- keeping, review), and the Annual Report will be coordinated by the Administrative Core supervised by the ..
- Cost-effectiveness of automated telephone outreach in patients with lung diseaseDavid H Smith; Fiscal Year: 2010..This comparison across disease states is important in the era of constrained budgets in health care;if monies are spent on one intervention, they are not available for other (potentially more ..