Journal of Health Politics Policy and Law

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of Health Politics Policy and Law is 5. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Pandemic Politics: Timing State-Level Social Distancing Responses to COVID-19210
The Emergence of COVID-19 in the US: A Public Health and Political Communication Crisis180
Democracy, Capacity, and Coercion in Pandemic Response: COVID-19 in Comparative Political Perspective100
Racism and the Political Economy of COVID-19: Will We Continue to Resurrect the Past?84
Equitable Pandemic Preparedness and Rapid Response: Lessons from COVID-19 for Pandemic Health Equity54
No Equity without Data Equity: Data Reporting Gaps for Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders as Structural Racism42
Lingering Legacies: Public Attitudes about Medicaid Beneficiaries and Work Requirements32
Federalism Complicates the Response to the COVID-19 Health and Economic Crisis: What Can Be Done?31
Health Equity, Social Policy, and Promoting Recovery from COVID-1930
Affordable but Inaccessible? Contraception Deserts in the US States28
The Treatment of Disability under Crisis Standards of Care: An Empirical and Normative Analysis of Change over Time during COVID-1915
Who Stays at Home? The Politics of Social Distancing in Brazil, Mexico, and the United States during the COVID-19 Pandemic15
Fighting for America's Paradise: The Struggle against Structural Racism15
Coping with Denialism: How Street-Level Bureaucrats Adapted and Responded to COVID-19 in Tanzania14
What Is EU Public Health and Why? Explaining the Scope and Organization of Public Health in the European Union12
Pursuing Pharmacoequity: Determinants, Drivers, and Pathways to Progress12
Extending Postpartum Medicaid: State and Federal Policy Options during and after COVID-1912
Who Counts Where? COVID-19 Surveillance in Federal Countries12
Ideological Sorting of Physicians in Both Geography and the Workplace12
Understanding the Anemic Global Response to COVID-1911
Compounding Racialized Vulnerability: COVID-19 in Prisons, Jails, and Migrant Detention Centers10
The Line between Medicaid and Marketplace: Coverage Effects from Wisconsin's Partial Expansion9
The No Surprises Act: A Bipartisan Achievement to Protect Consumers from Unexpected Medical Bills9
Going the Extra Mile? How Provider Network Design Increases Consumer Travel Distance, Particularly for Rural Consumers9
Factors Affecting State-Level Enforcement of the Federal Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act: A Cross-Case Analysis of Four States8
Hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19: Variation in Regional Political Preferences Predicted New Prescriptions after President Trump's Endorsement8
State Policies and Health Disparities between Transgender and Cisgender Adults: Considerations and Challenges Using Population-Based Survey Data8
Unsanitized and Unfair: How COVID-19 Bailout Funds Refuel Inequity in the US Health Care System8
The Political Economy of Market Power in Pharmaceuticals8
Potemkin Protections: Assessing Provider Directory Accuracy and Timely Access for Four Specialties in California8
Racism, Health, and Politics: Advancing Interdisciplinary Knowledge7
Disaster Preparedness and Social Justice in a Public Health Emergency7
Improving Access to High-Value, High-Cost Medicines: The Use of Subscription Models to Treat Hepatitis C Using Direct-Acting Antivirals in the United States7
Introduction to “COVID-19: Politics, Inequalities, and Pandemic”7
Policy Responses to the Addiction Crisis6
When Doctors strike: Making Sense of Professional Organizing in Kenya6
Marketing Opioids to Veterans and Older Adults: A Content Analysis of Internal Industry Documents Released from State of Oklahoma v. Purdue Pharma LP, et al.6
Physician Trust in the News Media and Attitudes toward COVID-196
The Political Realignment of Health: How Partisan Power Shaped Infant Health in the United States, 1915–20176
Inside ILSI: How Coca-Cola, Working through Its Scientific Nonprofit, Created a Global Science of Exercise for Obesity and Got It Embedded in Chinese Policy (1995–2015)6
Termites of Solidarity in the House of Austerity: Undermining Fiscal Governance in the European Union6
Technically Accessible, Practically Ineligible: The Effects of Medicaid Expansion Implementation on Chronic Homelessness6
Regional International Organizations and Health: A Framework for Analysis6
Americans' View of the Impact of COVID-19: Perspectives on Racial Impacts and Equity6
More Than Words? How Highlighting Target Populations Affects Public Opinion about the Medicaid Program6
The Future of State All-Payer Claims Databases6
State Policy and Mental Health Outcomes under COVID-195
Networked Health Care Governance in the European Union5
A Draconian Law: Examining the Navigation of Coalition Politics and Policy Reform by Health Provider Associations in Karnataka, India5
Prescription Drug Priorities under the Biden Administration5
Negotiating Change: Ideas, Institutions, and Political Actors in Tobacco Control Policy Making in Mauritius5
Authoritarian Regime Legitimacy and Health Care Provision: Survey Evidence from Contemporary China5
Value-Based Insurance Design: Clinically Nuanced Consumer Cost Sharing to Increase the Use of High-Value Medications5
Mexican-Origin Women's Construction and Navigation of Racialized Identities: Implications for Health Amid Restrictive Immigrant Policies5
Industry Payments to Physicians Are Kickbacks. How Should Stakeholders Respond?5
How Do Medicaid Agencies Improve Substance Use Treatment Benefits? Lessons from Three States' 1115 Waiver Experiences5
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