Our Publications

Below are all available peer-reviewed research publications authored by Dr. Amol S. Navathe, MD, PhD, the Payment Insights Team, and/or our associated collaborators.

Making a Dent in the Trillion-Dollar Problem: Toward Zero Defects

Read Publication NEJM Catalyst Innovation in Care Delivery

Pronovost PJ, Urwin JW, Beck E, Coran JJ,  Sundaramoorthy A, Schario ME, Muisyo JM, Sague J, Shea S, Runnels P, Zeiger T, Topalsky G, Wilhelm A, Palakodeti S, Navathe AS.

Spillover Effects of Medicare's Voluntary Bundled Payments for Joint Replacement Surgery to Patients Insured by Commercial Health Plans

Read Publication Annals of Internal Medicine

Navathe AS, Liao JM, Linn KA, Zhang KA,Mishra A, Wang R, Dinh CT, Zhu J, Cousins DS, Lindner J, Emanuel EJ

Medicare Payment Reform's Next Decade: A Strategic Plan for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation

Read Publication Health Affairs

Navathe AS, Emanuel EJ, Glied S, Mostashari F, Kocher B

Spillover effects of mandatory hip and knee replacement surgery bundles in medicare

Read Publication Healthc (Amst)

Liao JM, Wang R, Mishra A, Emanuel EJ, Zhu J, Cousins DS, Navathe AS.

Understanding One Challenge in Cutting Health Care Costs

Read Publication Harvard Business Review

Parikh RB, Boyle CW, Roesing E, Bekelman JE, Navathe AS, Emanuel EJ.

Biden's COVID-19 strategy should prioritize low-income communities like Philly's | Opinion

Read Publication The Philadelphia Inquirer

Liao JM, Navathe AS.

Assessing Alternative Payment Models—Reply

Read Publication JAMA

Navathe AS, Boyle CW, Emanuel EJ

Hospital Safety-Net Status and Performance on Publicly Reported Episode Spending Measures

Read Publication The American Journal of Managed Care

Navathe AS, Zhou L, Liao JM

Association of Discharge to Home vs. Institutional Post-Acute Care with Outcomes After Lower Extremity Joint Replacement

Read Publication JAMA Network Open

Burke, RE, Canamucio A, Medvedeva E, Hume EL, Navathe AS.

Association Between Behavioral Phenotypes and Response to a Physical Activity Intervention Using Gamification and Social Incentives: Secondary Analysis of the STEP UP Randomized Clinical Trial

Read Publication PLOS One

Chen XS, Changolkar S, Navathe AS, Linn KA, Reh G, Szwartz G, Steier D, Godby S, Balachandran M, Harrison JD, Rareshide C, Patel MS.