- Melnick, Glenn, Fonkych, Katya, “Fair Pricing Law Prompts Most California Hospitals to Adopt Policies to Protect Uninsured Patients from High Charges,” Health Affairs, Vol. 32, No. 6, June 2013, pp. 1101-1108.
- Melnick, G, Shen, Y, and Wu, V., “The Increased Competition of Health Plan Markets Can Benefit Consumers Through Lower Hospital Prices,” Health Affairs, 30(9): 1728-1733, September, 2011.
- Melnick, Glenn and Katya Fonkych, “Hospital Pricing and the Uninsured: Do the Uninsured Pay Higher Prices?” Health Affairs, 27, no. 2 (2008): w116-w122.
- Melnick, Glenn and Emmett Keeler, “The Effects of Multi-Hospital Systems on Hospital Prices,” Journal of Health Economics, March 2007; 26(2): 400-413.
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