Richard H. Glazier

Affiliations: 
Health Policy, Management and Evaluation University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Area:
Epidemiology, Public Health, Oncology, Women's Studies
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Haj-Ali W, Moineddin R, Hutchison B, et al. (2020) Role of Interprofessional primary care teams in preventing avoidable hospitalizations and hospital readmissions in Ontario, Canada: a retrospective cohort study. Bmc Health Services Research. 20: 782
Haj-Ali W, Moineddin R, Hutchison B, et al. (2020) Physician group, physician and patient characteristics associated with joining interprofessional team-based primary care in Ontario, Canada. Health Policy (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Kiran T, Green ME, DeWit Y, et al. (2020) Association of physician payment model and team-based care with timely access in primary care: a population-based cross-sectional study. Cmaj Open. 8: E328-E337
Creatore MI, Booth GL, Manuel DG, et al. (2020) A Population-Based Study of Diabetes Incidence by Ethnicity and Age: Support for the Development of Ethnic-Specific Prevention Strategies. Canadian Journal of Diabetes
Persaud N, Bedard M, Boozary AS, et al. (2019) Effect on Treatment Adherence of Distributing Essential Medicines at No Charge: The CLEAN Meds Randomized Clinical Trial. Jama Internal Medicine
Vahabi M, Lofters A, Wong JP, et al. (2019) Fecal occult blood test screening uptake among immigrants from Muslim majority countries: A retrospective cohort study in Ontario, Canada. Cancer Medicine
Lofters AK, Kopp A, Vahabi M, et al. (2019) Understanding those overdue for cancer screening by five years or more: A retrospective cohort study in Ontario, Canada. Preventive Medicine. 129: 105816
Glazier RH, Green ME, Frymire E, et al. (2019) Do Incentive Payments Reward The Wrong Providers? A Study Of Primary Care Reform In Ontario, Canada. Health Affairs (Project Hope). 38: 624-632
Booth GL, Creatore MI, Luo J, et al. (2019) Neighbourhood walkability and the incidence of diabetes: an inverse probability of treatment weighting analysis. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health
Bouck Z, Ferguson J, Ivers NM, et al. (2018) Physician Characteristics Associated With Ordering 4 Low-Value Screening Tests in Primary Care. Jama Network Open. 1: e183506
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