Organizational Research in Healthcare

Recommended Bibliography

Introduction: Landscape of Health Care Systems in the United States
Furukawa, M. F., R. M. Machta, K. A. Barrett, D. J. Jones, S. M. Shortell, D. P. Scanlon, ... & E. C. Rich. (2019). “Landscape of health systems in the United States.” Medical Care Research and Review Epub ahead of print. doi: 10.1177/1077558718823130.

Yabroff, K. R., T. Gansler, R. C. Wender, K. J. Cullen, & O. W. Brawley. (2019). “Minimizing the burden of cancer in the United States: Goals for a high‐performing health care system.” CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians 69(3): 166–183.

Lecture 1: Overview and Evolution of Organizational Theory in Health Care. What Has Been Learned Over the Past 20 Years?
Birken, S. A., A. C. Bunger, B. J. Powell, K. Turner, A. S. Clary, S. L. Klaman, ... & J. R. S. Chatham. (2017). “Organizational theory for dissemination and implementation research.” Implementation Science 12(1): 62.

Hysong, S. J., H. J. Kell, L. A. Petersen, B. A. Campbell, & B. W. Trautner. (2017) “Theory-based and evidence-based design of audit and feedback programmes: Examples from two clinical intervention studies.” BMJ Quality & Safety 26(4): 323–334.

Hysong, S. J. (2009). “Meta-analysis: Audit & feedback features impact effectiveness on care quality.” Medical Care 47(3): 356.

Weaver, S. J., X. X. Che, L. A. Petersen, & S. J. Hysong. (2018). “Unpacking care coordination through a multiteam system lens.” Medical Care 56(3): 247–259.

Yano, E. M. (2008). “The role of organizational research in implementing evidence-based practice: QUERI Series.” Implementation Science 3(1): 29.

Lecture 2: Implementation of Organizational Interventions
Aarons, G. A., M. G. Ehrhart, L. R. Farahnak, & M. Sklar. (2014). “Aligning leadership across systems and organizations to develop a strategic climate for evidence-based practice implementation.” Annual Review of Public Health 35: 255–274.

Lecture 3: Measuring Organizational Factors
Ridgely, M. S., E. Duffy, L. Wolf, M. Vaiana, D. Scanlon, C. Buttorff, ... & A. Haviland. (2019). “Understanding U.S. health systems: Using mixed methods to unpack organizational complexity.” eGEMs 7(1): 39.

Machta, R. M., K. A. Maurer, D. J. Jones, M. F. Furukawa, & E. C. Rich. (2019). “A systematic review of vertical integration and quality of care, efficiency, and patient-centered outcomes.” Health Care Management Review 44(2): 159–173.

Lecture 4: Challenges in Evaluating Organizational Interventions
Berwick, D. M. (2007). “The stories beneath.” Medical Care 45(12): 1123–1125.

Walshe, K., & T. Freeman. (2002). “Effectiveness of quality improvement: Learning from evaluations.” Quality and Safety in Health Care 11(1): 85–87.

Panel 1. Topic 1: Practical Examples of Connecting Organizational Research to Health Care Delivery
Weaver, S. J., X. X. Che, L. A. Petersen, & S. J. Hysong. (2018). “Unpacking care coordination through a multiteam system lens.” Medical Care 56(3): 247–259.

Panel 1. Topic 2: PROSPR-2 Experience of Developing Organizational Measures
Anhang Price, R., J. Zapka, H. Edwards, & S. H. Taplin. (2010). “Organizational factors and the cancer screening process.” Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monographs 2010(40): 38–57.

Panel 1. Topic 3: Care Coordination and Tension Between Primary Care and Specialty Groups
Klinger, E. V., C. P. Kaplan, S. St. Hubert, R. L. Birdwell, & J. S. Haas. (2016). “Patient and provider perspectives on mammographic breast density notification legislation.” MDM Policy & Practice 1(1). Epub. doi: 10.1177/2381468316680620.

Panel 1. Topic 4: Practical Application of Interventions Designed to Influence Organizational Leadership
Pronovost, P. J., S. M. Berenholtz, C. A. Goeschel, D. M. Needham, J. B. Sexton, D. A. Thompson, … & E. Hunt. (2006). “Creating high reliability in health care organizations.” Health Services Research 41(4 Pt 2): 1599–1617.