Ciaran S. Phibbs

Stanford University - School of Medicine

291 Campus Drive

Li Ka Shing Building

Stanford, CA 94305-5101

United States

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Is There Monopsony in the Labor Market? Evidence from a Natural Experiment

NBER Working Paper No. w7258
Number of pages: 42 Posted: 30 Apr 2000 Last Revised: 25 Feb 2010
Douglas Staiger, Joanne Spetz and Ciaran S. Phibbs
Dartmouth College - Department of Economics, University of California, San Francisco - S/N Community Health Systems and Stanford University - School of Medicine
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Managed Care, Technology Adoption, and Health Care: The Adoption of Neonatal Intensive Care

NBER Working Paper No. w7883
Number of pages: 46 Posted: 01 Sep 2000 Last Revised: 23 Jun 2012
Laurence C. Baker and Ciaran S. Phibbs
Stanford University and Stanford University - School of Medicine
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Managed Care, Technology Adoption, and Health Care: The Adoption of Neonatal Intensive Care

RAND Journal of Economics, Vol. 33, Autumn 2002
Posted: 18 Sep 2002
Laurence C. Baker and Ciaran S. Phibbs
Stanford University and Stanford University - School of Medicine

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Human Capital and Organizational Performance: Evidence from the Healthcare Sector

NBER Working Paper No. w17474
Number of pages: 52 Posted: 30 Sep 2011
Columbia Business School - Finance and Economics, Stanford University - School of Medicine, HBS Negotiations, Organizations and Markets Unit and affiliation not provided to SSRN
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Do Computerized Physician Order Entry and Bar Code Medication Administration Improve Quality of Care?

iHEA 2007 6th World Congress: Explorations in Health Economics Paper
Posted: 20 Jun 2007
Joanne Spetz and Ciaran S. Phibbs
University of California, San Francisco - S/N Community Health Systems and Stanford University - School of Medicine

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health information technology, patient safety, hospitals