Health Services Research

(The H4-Index of Health Services Research is 19. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Examining racism in health services research: A disciplinary self‐critique84
Validation analysis of a composite real‐world mortality endpoint for patients with cancer in the United States75
Disruptions in preventive care: Mammograms during the COVID‐19 pandemic67
Food insecurity, health care utilization, and health care expenditures49
The availability of LGBT‐specific mental health and substance abuse treatment in the United States44
Outcomes of primary care delivery by nurse practitioners: Utilization, cost, and quality of care43
Confounding and regression adjustment in difference‐in‐differences studies40
Unmet social needs among low‐income adults in the United States: Associations with health care access and quality38
The effect of rural hospital closures on emergency medical service response and transport times28
A randomized trial of permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless persons with high use of publicly funded services27
Staffing levels and nursing‐sensitive patient outcomes: Umbrella review and qualitative study27
Impact of gentrification on adult mental health26
Examining the bidirectional relationship between food insecurity and healthcare spending26
From patient outcomes to system change: Evaluating the impact of VHA's implementation of the Whole Health System of Care26
Health information technology to improve care for people with multiple chronic conditions22
Effects of a standardized community health worker intervention on hospitalization among disadvantaged patients with multiple chronic conditions: A pooled analysis of three clinical trials22
Relationship of neighborhood social determinants of health on racial/ethnic mortality disparities in US veterans—Mediation and moderating effects20
Co‐creating a Theory of Change to advance COVID‐19 testing and vaccine uptake in underserved communities19