Studdert DM, Brennan
TA. Toward a workable model of "no-fault" compensation for medical injury in
the United States. American Journal of Law & Medicine 2001. 27:225-52.
Gresenz CR, Studdert DM,
Campbell N, Hensler DR. Patients in conflict with managed care: A profile of
appeals in two HMOs. Health Affairs 2002. 21(4):189-96.
Studdert DM, Brennan
TA. No-fault compensation for medical injuries: The prospect for error
prevention. Journal of the American Medical Association 2001. 286:217-23.
Fitzjohn J, Studdert DM .
A compensation perspective on error prevention: Is the ACC medical misadventure
scheme compensating the right sort of injury? New Zealand Medical Journal
Studdert DM . Charges of
HIV discrimination in the workplace: The Americans with disabilities act in
action. American Journal of Epidemiology 2002. 156:219-29.
Studdert DM, Gresenz CR. Consumer protection in managed
care: enrollee appeals of pre-service coverage denials at two HMOs.
Journal of the American Medical Association 2003. 289:864-70
Lamb RM, Studdert DM,
Bohmer RMJ, Berwick DM, Brennan TA. Hospital disclosure practices: Results
of a national survey. Health Affairs 2003(2):73-83
Stevenson DG, Studdert DM.
The rise of nursing home litigation: Findings from a national survey of
attorneys. Health Affairs 2003(2):219-29.
Ransom, SB, Studdert DM,
Dombrowski MP, Mello MM, Brennan TA. Reduced medical-legal risk by
optimal obstetrical clinical pathway implementation: A case-control
study. Obstetrics and Gynecology 2003. 101:751-55.
Gawande AA, Zinner MJ, Studdert
DM, Brennan TA. Analysis of errors reported by surgeons at three
teaching hospitals. Surgery 2003. 133:614-21.
Gawande AA, Studdert DM,
Orav EJ, Brennan TA, Zinner MJ. A case-control study of the retention of
instruments and sponges after surgery. New England Journal of Medicine 2003. 348:229-35.
Studdert DM, Mello MM,
Burns JP, Puopolo AL, Galper BZ, Truog RD, Brennan TA. Conflict in the care of
patients with prolonged stay in the ICU: types, sources, and predictors. Intensive
Care Medicine 2003. 29:1489-97.
Studdert DM, Burns JP, Mello
MM, Puopolo AL, Truog RD, Brennan TA. Nature of conflict in the care of
pediatric intensive care patients with prolonged stay. Pediatrics
Kapur K, Grezenz CR, Studdert
DM . Managing care: Utilization review in action at two capitated
medical groups. Health Affairs 2003 (Jan-June):W3275-W3-282.
MM, Rimm EB, Studdert DM . The McLawsuit: the fast food industry
and legal accountability for obesity. Health Affairs 2003. 22:207-16.
Grezenz CR, Studdert DM .
Disputes between over coverage of emergency department services: A study of two
HMOs. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2004. 43:155-62.
Bloche MG, Studdert DM.
A quiet revolution: Law as an agent of health systems change. Health Affairs
Studdert DM, Yang YT,
Mello MM. Are damages caps regressive? A study of jury verdicts. Health
Affairs 2004. 23:54-67.
Mello MM, Studdert DM,
DesRoches CM, Peugh J, Zapert K, Brennan TA, Sage WM. Caring for patients in a
malpractice crisis: physician satisfaction, the physician-patient relationship,
and quality of care. Health Affairs 2004. 23:42-53.
Studdert DM, Stevenson DG. Nursing home litigation and tort
reform: a case for "exceptionalism." The Gerontologist 2004. 44:588-95.
Studdert DM, Mello MM, Gawande AA, et al. Claims, errors, and
compensation payments in medical malpractice litigation. New England Journal of Medicine 2006: 354(19):2024-33.
Studdert DM. On selling "no-fault" In: Sharpe VA (ed.)
Accountability Patient Safety and
Policy Reform. Georgetown University Press, 2004.
Regenbogan SE, Greenberg CC, Studdert
DM, et al. Patterns of technical errors among surgical malpractice claims:
an analysis of strategies to prevent injury to surgical patients. Annuals of
Surgery 2007. 246(5):705-11.
Gallagher, Studdert DM,
Levinson. Disclosing harmful medical errors to patients. New England Journal of Medicine 2007. 256(26):2713-19.
Bismark MM, Brennan TA, David
PB, Studdert DM. Claiming behaviour in a no-fault system of medical
injury: A descriptive analysis of claimants and non-claimants. Medical Journal
of Australia 2006. 185(4):203-7.