Bianca K. Frogner, Ph.D.

2008 Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Public Health, General Economics
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Gerard F. Anderson grad student 2008 Johns Hopkins
 (Long-run modeling of health care expenditure growth in industrialized countries.)
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Prusynski RA, Frogner BK, Dahal AD, et al. (2020) Skilled Nursing Facility Characteristics Associated With Financially Motivated Therapy and Relation to Quality. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association
Skillman SM, Dahal A, Frogner BK, et al. (2018) Frontline Workers' Career Pathways: A Detailed Look at Washington State's Medical Assistant Workforce. Medical Care Research and Review : McRr. 1077558718812950
Frogner BK, Snyder CR, Hornecker JR. (2018) Examining the Healthcare Administrator's Perspective on "Teamness" in Primary Care. Journal of Healthcare Management / American College of Healthcare Executives. 63: 397-408
Snyder CR, Dahal A, Frogner BK. (2018) Occupational Mobility among Individuals in Entry-level Healthcare Jobs in the United States. Journal of Advanced Nursing
Snyder CR, Frogner BK, Skillman SM. (2018) Facilitating Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Health Workforce. Journal of Allied Health. 47: 58-65
Miller SC, Frogner BK, Saganic LM, et al. (2016) Affordable Care Act Impact on Community Health Center Staffing and Enrollment: A Cross-Sectional Study. The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. 39: 299-307
Forte G, Graham K, Frogner BK. (2016) Commentaries on health services research. Jaapa : Official Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. 29: 1-2
Frogner BK, Frech HE, Parente ST. (2015) Comparing efficiency of health systems across industrialized countries: a panel analysis. Bmc Health Services Research. 15: 415
Frogner BK, Westerman B, DiPietro L. (2015) The Value of Athletic Trainers in Ambulatory Settings. Journal of Allied Health. 44: 169-76
Ku L, Frogner BK, Steinmetz E, et al. (2015) Community health centers employ diverse staffing patterns, which can provide productivity lessons for medical practices. Health Affairs (Project Hope). 34: 95-103
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