Padmaja Ayyagari, Ph.D.

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2008 Economics Duke University, Durham, NC 
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General Economics, Gerontology
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Frank Sloan grad student 2008 Duke
 (Preventive health behaviors among the elderly.)
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Wright B, O'Shea AM, Glasgow JM, et al. (2016) Outcomes associated with observation versus short-stay admission among chest pain patients in the Veterans Health Administration. Bmc Emergency Medicine. 16: 38
Wright B, OʼShea AM, Glasgow JM, et al. (2016) Patient, hospital, and local health system characteristics associated with the use of observation stays in veterans health administration hospitals, 2005 to 2012. Medicine. 95: e4802
Ayyagari P, Shane DM, Wehby GL. (2016) The Impact of Medicare Part D on Emergency Department Visits. Health Economics
Ayyagari P, He D. (2016) Medicare part D and portfolio choice American Economic Review. 106: 339-342
Ayyagari P. (2016) The Impact of Retirement on Smoking Behavior Eastern Economic Journal. 42: 270-287
Ayyagari P. (2016) Prescription drug coverage and chronic pain International Journal of Health Economics and Management. 16: 189-200
Shane DM, Ayyagari P, Wehby G. (2015) Continued Gains in Health Insurance but Few Signs of Increased Utilization: An Update on the ACA's Dependent Coverage Mandate. Medical Care Research and Review : McRr
Wright B, O'Shea AM, Ayyagari P, et al. (2015) Observation Rates At Veterans' Hospitals More Than Doubled During 2005-13, Similar To Medicare Trends. Health Affairs (Project Hope). 34: 1730-7
MacKinney AC, Ward MM, Ullrich F, et al. (2015) The Business Case for Tele-emergency. Telemedicine Journal and E-Health : the Official Journal of the American Telemedicine Association
Ayyagari P, Shane DM. (2015) Does prescription drug coverage improve mental health? Evidence from Medicare Part D. Journal of Health Economics. 41: 46-58
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