|Change in end-of-life care for Medicare beneficiaries: site of death, place of care, and health care transitions in 2000, 2005, and 2009|
JM Teno, PL Gozalo, JPW Bynum, NE Leland, SC Miller, NE Morden, ...
Jama 309 (5), 470-477, 2013
|Choosing wisely—the politics and economics of labeling low-value services|
NE Morden, CH Colla, TD Sequist, MB Rosenthal
The New England journal of medicine 370 (7), 589, 2014
|State legal restrictions and prescription-opioid use among disabled adults|
E Meara, JR Horwitz, W Powell, L McClelland, W Zhou, AJ O'malley, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 375 (1), 44-53, 2016
|Choosing wisely: prevalence and correlates of low-value health care services in the United States|
CH Colla, NE Morden, TD Sequist, WL Schpero, MB Rosenthal
Journal of general internal medicine 30, 221-228, 2015
|Interventions aimed at reducing use of low-value health services: a systematic review|
CH Colla, AJ Mainor, C Hargreaves, T Sequist, N Morden
Medical Care Research and Review 74 (5), 507-550, 2017
|End-of-life care for Medicare beneficiaries with cancer is highly intensive overall and varies widely|
NE Morden, CH Chang, JO Jacobson, EM Berke, JPW Bynum, KM Murray, ...
Health affairs 31 (4), 786-796, 2012
|Excess heart-disease-related mortality in a national study of patients with mental disorders: identifying modifiable risk factors|
AM Kilbourne, NE Morden, K Austin, M Ilgen, JF McCarthy, G Dalack, ...
General hospital psychiatry 31 (6), 555-563, 2009
|Trends and geographic variation of opiate medication use in state Medicaid fee-for-service programs, 1996 to 2002|
JT Zerzan, NE Morden, S Soumerai, D Ross-Degnan, E Roughead, ...
Medical care 44 (11), 1005-1010, 2006
|Prescription opioid use among disabled Medicare beneficiaries: intensity, trends and regional variation|
NE Morden, JC Munson, CH Colla, JS Skinner, JPW Bynum, W Zhou, ...
Medical care 52 (9), 852, 2014
|Association of age, gender, and race with intensity of end-of-life care for Medicare beneficiaries with cancer|
S Miesfeldt, K Murray, L Lucas, CH Chang, D Goodman, NE Morden
Journal of palliative medicine 15 (5), 548-554, 2012
|Further exploration of the relationship between insulin glargine and incident cancer: a retrospective cohort study of older Medicare patients|
NE Morden, SK Liu, J Smith, TA Mackenzie, J Skinner, M Korc
Diabetes care 34 (9), 1965-1971, 2011
|Health care for patients with serious mental illness: family medicine's role|
NE Morden, LA Mistler, WB Weeks, SJ Bartels
The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine 22 (2), 187-195, 2009
|Quality of end-of-life cancer care for medicare beneficiaries|
DC Goodman, ES Fisher, CH Chang, NE Morden, JO Jacobson, K Murray, ...
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, 2010
|Medical management of obesity|
EM Berke, NE Morden
American Family Physician 62 (2), 419-426, 2000
|TRENDS FROM THE FIELD|
CH Colla, EA Kinsella, NE Morden, DJ Meyers, MB Rosenthal, TD Sequist
Am J Manag Care 22 (5), 337-343, 2016
|Sources of regional variation in Medicare Part D drug spending|
JM Donohue, NE Morden, WF Gellad, JP Bynum, W Zhou, JT Hanlon, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 366 (6), 530-538, 2012
|Prevalence and cost of care cascades after low-value preoperative electrocardiogram for cataract surgery in fee-for-service Medicare beneficiaries|
I Ganguli, C Lupo, AJ Mainor, S Raymond, Q Wang, EJ Orav, CH Chang, ...
JAMA internal medicine 179 (9), 1211-1219, 2019
|Using instrumental variables to estimate a Cox’s proportional hazards regression subject to additive confounding|
TA MacKenzie, TD Tosteson, NE Morden, TA Stukel, AJ O’Malley
Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology 14, 54-68, 2014
|Use of guideline-directed medications for heart failure before cardioverter-defibrillator implantation|
GA Roth, JE Poole, R Zaha, W Zhou, J Skinner, NE Morden
Journal of the American College of Cardiology 67 (9), 1062-1069, 2016
|Racial inequality in prescription opioid receipt—role of individual health systems|
NE Morden, D Chyn, A Wood, E Meara
New England Journal of Medicine 385 (4), 342-351, 2021