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Chapter 8: Overview of Health Policy Research 2 9 1 Price, J. A., L. Guinness, W. Irava, I. Khan, A. Asante, and V. Wiseman. 2016. “How to Do (or Not to Do) . . . Translation of National Health Accounts Data to Evidence for Policy Making in a Low Resourced Setting.” Health Policy Planning 31 (4): 472–81. RAND Health. 2018. “RAND’s Health Insurance Experiment (HIE).” Accessed June 28. health/projects/hie.html. Rapkin, B. D., E. Weiss, D. Lounsbury, T. Michel, A. Gordon, J. Erb-Downward, E. Sabino Laughlin, et al. 2017. “Reducing Disparities in Cancer Screening and Prevention Through Community-Based Participatory Research Partnerships with Local Libraries: A Comprehensive Dynamic Trial.” American Journal of Community Psychology 60 (1–2): 145–59. Søgaard, R., and J. Lindholt. 2011. “Evidence for the Credibility of Health Economic Models for Health Policy Decision-Making: A Systematic Literature Review of Screening for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms.” Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 17 (1): 44–52. Stagnitti, M. N., and K. Carper. 2014. “National Health Care Expenses in the US Civilian Noninstitu- tionalized Population, Distributions by Type of Service and Source of Payment, 2012.” In Statistical Brief (Medical Expenditure Panel Survey [US]) . National Center for Biotechnology Information. Published November. . Stokey, E., and R. Zeckhauser. 1978. A Primer for Policy Analysis . New York: W. W. Norton. Sutherland, K., and J. B. Christianson. 2008. “Impact of Targeted Financial Incentives on Personal Health Behavior.” Medical Care Research and Review 65 (6 Suppl): 36S–78S. Taylor, R., A. Bower, F. Girosi, J. Bigelow, K. Fonkych, and R. Hillestad. 2005. “Promoting Health Information Technology: Is There a Case for More-Aggressive Government Action?” Health Affairs 24 (5): 1234–45. Tsey, K., K. Lawson, I. Kinchin, R. Bainbridge, J. McCalman, F. Watkin, Y. Cadet-James, and A. Ros- setto. 2016. “Evaluating Research Impact: The Development of a Research for Impact Tool.” Frontiers in Public Health 4: 160. World Health Organization (WHO). 2005. Sustainable Development and Healthy Environments High- lights 2004 . Accessed June 11, 2018. . Xiu-xia, L., Z. Ya, C. Yao-long, Y. Ke-hu, and Z. Zong-jiu. 2015. “The Reporting Characteristics and Methodological Quality of Cochrane Reviews About Health Policy Research.” Health Policy 119 (4): 503–10.
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2 9 2 L EARNING O BJECTIVES CHAPTER 9 HEALTH POLICY RESEARCH METHODS After completing this chapter, you should be able to appreciate commonly used methods for health policy research, discuss experimental research, understand survey research, describe the process of conducting evaluation research, differentiate between cost–benefit analyses and cost-effectiveness analyses, and appreciate qualitative research methods.
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