- 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.
- Fonkych, Katya and Glenn A. Melnick, “Disproportionate Share Hospital Subsidies for Treating the Uninsured,” Medical Care 48(9):809-814, September 2010.
- Shen, Y, Wu, V, and Melnick, G. 2010. “Trends in Hospital Cost and Revenue, 1994-2005: How Are They Related to HMO Penetration, Concentration and For-Profit Ownership?” Health Services Research, 45(1): 42-61, February 2011.
- Melnick, Glenn and Emmett Keeler, “The Effects of Multi-Hospital Systems on Hospital Prices,” Journal of Health Economics, March 2007; 26(2): 400-413.
- “Decomposition of the Trends in Hospital Spending Growth, 2001-2007,” Wu, Shen and Melnick. (2010).
- “What’s Driving Recent Hospital Spending Growth,” Vivian Y. Wu, Yu-Chu Shen, Glenn Melnick, (2008).
- Melnick, Glenn and Jonathan Ketcham, “Have HMOs Broadened their Hospital Networks: Changes in HMO Hospital Networks in California, 1999-2003?” Medical Care, Volume 46(3) March 2008, pp. 339-342.
- Melnick, Glenn and Katya Fonkych, “Hospital Pricing and the Uninsured: Do the Uninsured Pay Higher Prices?” Health Affairs, 27, no. 2 (2008): w116-w122.
- The Effect of HMOs On Inpatient Utilization of Medicare Beneficiaries (2004)
- The Effects of HMO Ownership on Hospital Costs And Revenues – Is There A Difference Between For-Profit and Nonprofit Plans? (2004)
- Analysis of Unobserved Selection in an Inpatient Diagnostic Cost Group Model (2003)
- Can Cost Shifting Continue in a Price Competitive Environment? (2000)
- Market Power and Hospital Pricing- Are Nonprofits Different? (1999)
- “Factors Affecting Adoption of Clinical HIT Systems: Evidence from California Hospitals,” Fonkych, Katya and Melnick, Glenn (2007).
- “Do The Uninsured Pay Higher Hospital Prices?” Melnick, G and Fonkych, K. (2007).
- Inpatient Utilization by Dual Medicare-Medicaid Eligibles in Medicare Risk HMOs and Fee for Service, California 1991-1996. (2004)
- Have HMOs Broadened Their Hospital Networks: Changes in HMO Hospital Networks in CA(2005)
- The Effect of Medicare HMOs on Hospitalization Rates for Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions (2005)
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