Anirban Basu

University of Chicago - Department of Medicine

Assistant Professor

5841 S. Maryland Ave

MC-2007

Chicago, IL 60637

United States

http://home.uchicago.edu/~abasu

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Scholarly Papers (8)

The Impact of Comparative Effectiveness Research on Health and Health Care Spending

NBER Working Paper No. w15633
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 11 Jan 2010 Last Revised: 20 Sep 2010
Anirban Basu and Tomas Philipson
University of Chicago - Department of Medicine and University of Chicago
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The Impact of Comparative Effectiveness Research on Health and Health Care Spending

American Society of Health Economists (ASHEcon) Paper
Posted: 06 Jul 2011
Tomas Philipson and Anirban Basu
University of Chicago and University of Chicago - Department of Medicine

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Comparative, Effectiveness, Research

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Generalized Modeling Approaches to Risk Adjustment of Skewed Outcomes Data

NBER Working Paper No. t0293
Number of pages: 42 Posted: 27 Oct 2003
Willard G. Manning, Anirban Basu and John Mullahy
University of Chicago - Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago - Department of Medicine and University of Wisconsin - Madison - Department of Population Health Sciences
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Use of Propensity Scores in Non-Linear Response Models: The Case for Health Care Expenditures

NBER Working Paper No. w14086
Number of pages: 54 Posted: 22 Jun 2008 Last Revised: 29 Jun 2010
Anirban Basu, Daniel Polsky and Willard G. Manning
University of Chicago - Department of Medicine, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins University and University of Chicago - Harris School of Public Policy
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The Impact of Medicare Part D on Medicare-Medicaid Dual-Eligible Beneficiaries' Prescription Utilization and Expenditures

NBER Working Paper No. w14413
Number of pages: 29 Posted: 23 Oct 2008
Anirban Basu, Wesley Yin and G. Alexander
University of Chicago - Department of Medicine, University of Chicago - Harris School of Public Policy and Johns Hopkins University - Department of Environmental Health Sciences and Epidemiology
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Estimating Lifetime or Episode-of-Illness Costs Under Censoring

American Society of Health Economists (ASHEcon) Paper
Posted: 07 Jul 2011
Willard G. Manning and Anirban Basu
University of Chicago - Harris School of Public Policy and University of Chicago - Department of Medicine

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Censored costs, episode of illness, inverse probability weighting, survival versus intensity effects

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Selection Bias in Economic Evaluation With Observational Data

iHEA 2007 6th World Congress: Explorations in Health Economics Paper
Posted: 28 Jun 2007
Daniel Polsky and Anirban Basu
Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins University and University of Chicago - Department of Medicine

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A Time Trade-Off Method to Elicit Preferences of Spouses About the Influnce of Their Partners' Potential Prostate Cancer Health States on Them

iHEA 2007 6th World Congress: Explorations in Health Economics Paper
Posted: 14 Jun 2007
University of Chicago - Department of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago, University of Chicago and University of Chicago - Departments of Medicine and Economics, and Harris School

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utilities, quality of life, spouses, cost-effectiveness, prostate cancer, time trade-off

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Does Competition Under Medicare Prospective Payment Selectively Reduce Expenditures on High-Cost Patients?

RAND Journal of Economics, Vol. 33, Autumn 2002
Posted: 18 Oct 2002
David Meltzer, Jeanette Chung and Anirban Basu
University of Chicago - Departments of Medicine and Economics, and Harris School, University of Chicago - Department of Sociology and University of Chicago - Department of Medicine

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