Milbank Quarterly

(The H4-Index of Milbank Quarterly is 21. 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 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
Rapid Transition to Telehealth and the Digital Divide: Implications for Primary Care Access and Equity in a Post‐COVID Era151
US State Policies, Politics, and Life Expectancy123
COVID‐19 and Underinvestment in the Public Health Infrastructure of the United States112
International Collaboration to Ensure Equitable Access to Vaccines for COVID‐19: The ACT‐Accelerator and the COVAX Facility91
Situating the Continuum of Overdose Risk in the Social Determinants of Health: A New Conceptual Framework83
Rethinking Integrated Care: A Systematic Hermeneutic Review of the Literature on Integrated Care Strategies and Concepts73
Long COVID and Health Inequities: The Role of Primary Care66
The Impact of Choosing Wisely Interventions on Low‐Value Medical Services: A Systematic Review66
Life Satisfaction and Subsequent Physical, Behavioral, and Psychosocial Health in Older Adults62
Can Social Policies Improve Health? A Systematic Review and Meta‐Analysis of 38 Randomized Trials58
Dark Nudges and Sludge in Big Alcohol: Behavioral Economics, Cognitive Biases, and Alcohol Industry Corporate Social Responsibility52
A Commons for a Supply Chain in the Post‐COVID‐19 Era: The Case for a Reformed Strategic National Stockpile47
Measuring Community‐Engaged Research Contexts, Processes, and Outcomes: A Mapping Review38
Artificial Intelligence and Liability in Medicine: Balancing Safety and Innovation37
Approval of Cancer Drugs With Uncertain Therapeutic Value: A Comparison of Regulatory Decisions in Europe and the United States33
The Role of Value‐Based Payment in Promoting Innovation to Address Social Risks: A Cross‐Sectional Study of Social Risk Screening by US Physicians25
COVID‐19: The Time for Collaboration Between Long‐Term Services and Supports, Health Care Systems, and Public Health Is Now25
COVID‐19 and Underinvestment in the Health of the US Population25
Money Moves the Mare: The Response of Community‐Based Organizations to Health Care's Embrace of Social Determinants23
Population Health in the Time of COVID‐19: Confirmations and Revelations22
Savings or Selection? Initial Spending Reductions in the Medicare Shared Savings Program and Considerations for Reform21