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Claude Messan Setodji
RAND Corporation
209Publications
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#1Claude Messan Setodji (AN: RAND Corporation)H-Index: 29
#2John D. Peipert (NU: Northwestern University)H-Index: 13
Last.Ron D. Hays (UCLA: University of California, Los Angeles)H-Index: 116
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Purpose End-stage renal disease patients’ experience of care is an integral part of the assessment of the quality of the care provided at hemodialysis centers and is needed to promote patient choice, quality improvement, and accountability. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the In-Center Hemodialysis Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (ICH-CAHPS®) survey and its equivalence in different age, gender, race, and education subgroups.
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#1Lindsay Kephart (Massachusetts Department of Public Health)
#2Claude Messan Setodji (AN: RAND Corporation)H-Index: 29
Last.Wannakuwatte Waduge Sanouri Ursprung (Massachusetts Department of Public Health)
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Background Flavoured tobacco products are widely available in youth-accessible retailers and are associated with increased youth initiation and use. The city of Boston, Massachusetts restricted the sale of flavoured tobacco products, including cigars, smokeless tobacco and e-cigarettes, to adult-only retailers. This paper describes the impact of the restriction on product availability, advertisement and consumer demand. Methods Between January and December 2016, data were collected in 488 retail...
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#1Melody Kingsley (Massachusetts Department of Public Health)H-Index: 1
#2Claude Messan Setodji (AN: RAND Corporation)H-Index: 29
Last.W. W. Sanouri Ursprung (Massachusetts Department of Public Health)H-Index: 1
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Introduction To counter the high prevalence of flavored tobacco use among youth, many U.S. localities have passed policies that restrict youth access to these products. This study aims to evaluate the short-term impact of a flavored tobacco restriction policy on youth access to, and use of, flavored tobacco products in a Massachusetts community. Methods A community with the policy (Lowell) was matched to a community without the policy (Malden) with similar demographics, retailer characteristics,...
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#2Steven C. MartinoH-Index: 26
Last.William G. ShadelH-Index: 28
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#1Michael Stephen Dunbar (AN: RAND Corporation)H-Index: 5
#2Steven C. Martino (AN: RAND Corporation)H-Index: 26
Last.William G. Shadel (AN: RAND Corporation)H-Index: 28
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Background Federally qualified health centers have aligned clinical services and systems with local hospitals, but little is known about the specific care integration strategies health centers use or their impact on care. A research team examined the use of strategies by health centers to integrate care with hospitals and emergency departments (EDs) and their association with performance on measures of health center–hospital communication. Methods A Web-based survey was administered to health ce...
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#1Christine Buttorff (AN: RAND Corporation)H-Index: 8
#2Justin W. Timbie (AN: RAND Corporation)H-Index: 13
Last.Katherine L. Kahn (UCLA: University of California, Los Angeles)H-Index: 60
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Aims We examine whether primary care continuity of care (PCCOC) improved for Medicare beneficiaries under a 3-year demonstration to help federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) become patient-centered medical homes (PCMH).
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#1William G. Shadel (AN: RAND Corporation)H-Index: 28
#2Steven C. Martino (AN: RAND Corporation)H-Index: 26
Last.Kasey G. Creswell (CMU: Carnegie Mellon University)H-Index: 11
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#2Q. BurkhartH-Index: 8
Last.Marc N. ElliottH-Index: 66
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Author(s): Setodji, Claude M; Burkhart, Q; Hays, Ron D; Quigley, Denise D; Skootsky, Samuel A; Elliott, Marc N | Abstract: BACKGROUND:Patient experience data can be collected by sampling patients periodically (eg, patients with any visits over a 1-year period) or sampling visits continuously (eg, sampling any visit in a monthly interval). Continuous sampling likely yields a sample with more frequent and more recent visits, possibly affecting the comparability of data collected under the 2 approa...
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