Anna D. Sinaiko, Ph.D.

2010 Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Public and Social Welfare, General Economics, Health Care Management
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Joseph P. Newhouse grad student 2010 Harvard
 (Essays on consumer behavior in health care.)
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Sinaiko AD, Layton TJ, Rose S, et al. (2017) Implications of family risk pooling for individual health insurance markets. Health Services & Outcomes Research Methodology. 17: 219-236
Sinaiko AD. (2016) Variations in patient response to tiered physician networks. The American Journal of Managed Care. 22: 420-5
Sinaiko AD, Rosenthal MB. (2016) Examining A Health Care Price Transparency Tool: Who Uses It, And How They Shop For Care. Health Affairs (Project Hope). 35: 662-70
Layton TJ, McGuire TG, Sinaiko AD. (2016) RISK CORRIDORS AND REINSURANCE IN HEALTH INSURANCE MARKETPLACES: Insurance for Insurers. American Journal of Health Economics. 2: 66-95
Sinaiko AD, Mehrotra A, Sood N. (2016) Cost-Sharing Obligations, High-Deductible Health Plan Growth, and Shopping for Health Care: Enrollees With Skin in the Game. Jama Internal Medicine. 176: 395-7
Sinaiko AD, Zeckhauser R. (2015) Medicare Advantage: what explains its robust health? The American Journal of Managed Care. 21: 804-6
Rosenthal MB, Sinaiko AD, Eastman D, et al. (2015) Impact of the Rochester Medical Home Initiative on Primary Care Practices, Quality, Utilization, and Costs. Medical Care. 53: 967-73
Afendulis CC, Sinaiko AD, Frank RG. (2015) Dominated choices and Medicare Advantage enrollment. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. 119: 72-83
Sinaiko AD, Chien AT, Rosenthal MB. (2015) The role of States in improving price transparency in health care. Jama Internal Medicine. 175: 886-7
Mehrotra A, Brannen T, Sinaiko AD. (2014) Use patterns of a state health care price transparency web site: what do patients shop for? Inquiry : a Journal of Medical Care Organization, Provision and Financing. 51
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