Momotazur Rahman
Momotazur Rahman
Associate Professor of Health Services Policy and Practice, Brown School of Public Health
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Effect of nursing home ownership on the quality of post-acute care: an instrumental variables approach
DC Grabowski, Z Feng, R Hirth, M Rahman, V Mor
Journal of health economics 32 (1), 12-21, 2013
Comparing post-acute rehabilitation use, length of stay, and outcomes experienced by Medicare fee-for-service and Medicare Advantage beneficiaries with hip fracture in the …
A Kumar, M Rahman, AN Trivedi, L Resnik, P Gozalo, V Mor
PLoS medicine 15 (6), e1002592, 2018
Effect of hospital–SNF referral linkages on rehospitalization
M Rahman, AD Foster, DC Grabowski, JS Zinn, V Mor
Health services research 48 (6pt1), 1898-1919, 2013
High-cost patients had substantial rates of leaving Medicare Advantage and joining traditional Medicare
M Rahman, L Keohane, AN Trivedi, V Mor
Health affairs 34 (10), 1675-1681, 2015
Analysis of drivers of disenrollment and plan switching among Medicare Advantage beneficiaries
DJ Meyers, E Belanger, N Joyce, J McHugh, M Rahman, V Mor
JAMA internal medicine 179 (4), 524-532, 2019
Obesity and pressure ulcers among nursing home residents
S Cai, M Rahman, O Intrator
Medical care 51 (6), 478-486, 2013
Medicare Advantage enrollees more likely to enter lower-quality nursing homes compared to fee-for-service enrollees
DJ Meyers, V Mor, M Rahman
Health affairs 37 (1), 78-85, 2018
Do hospital-owned skilled nursing facilities provide better post-acute care quality?
M Rahman, EC Norton, DC Grabowski
Journal of Health Economics 50, 36-46, 2016
ACO-affiliated hospitals reduced rehospitalizations from skilled nursing facilities faster than other hospitals
U Winblad, V Mor, JP McHugh, M Rahman
Health affairs 36 (1), 67-73, 2017
Racial segregation and quality of care disparity in US nursing homes
M Rahman, AD Foster
Journal of health economics 39, 1-16, 2015
Growth In Medicare Advantage Greatest Among Black And Hispanic Enrollees: Study examines the extent to which growth in Medicare Advantage is being driven by increased …
DJ Meyers, V Mor, M Rahman, AN Trivedi
Health Affairs 40 (6), 945-950, 2021
Assessment of rural-urban differences in postacute care utilization and outcomes among older US adults
CM Kosar, L Loomer, NB Ferdows, AN Trivedi, OA Panagiotou, ...
JAMA network open 3 (1), e1918738-e1918738, 2020
Are dual eligibles admitted to poorer quality skilled nursing facilities?
M Rahman, DC Grabowski, PL Gozalo, KS Thomas, V Mor
Health services research 49 (3), 798-817, 2014
Serious mental illness and nursing home quality of care
M Rahman, DC Grabowski, O Intrator, S Cai, V Mor
Health services research 48 (4), 1279-1298, 2013
Hospital-skilled nursing facility referral linkage reduces readmission rates among Medicare patients receiving major surgery
AJ Schoenfeld, X Zhang, DC Grabowski, V Mor, JS Weissman, M Rahman
Surgery 159 (5), 1461-1468, 2016
The contribution of skilled nursing facilities to hospitals’ readmission rate
M Rahman, J McHugh, PL Gozalo, DC Ackerly, V Mor
Health services research 52 (2), 656-675, 2017
The impact of hospital‐based skilled nursing facility closures on rehospitalizations
M Rahman, JS Zinn, V Mor
Health services research 48 (2pt1), 499-518, 2013
Effect of nursing home ownership on hospitalization of long-stay residents: an instrumental variables approach
RA Hirth, DC Grabowski, Z Feng, M Rahman, V Mor
International journal of health care finance and economics 14, 1-18, 2014
The impact of social health insurance on diabetes and hypertension process indicators among older adults in Mexico
M Rivera‐Hernandez, M Rahman, V Mor, O Galarraga
Health Services Research 51 (4), 1323-1346, 2016
Hospital readmission rates in Medicare Advantage and traditional Medicare: a retrospective population-based analysis
OA Panagiotou, A Kumar, R Gutman, LM Keohane, M Rivera-Hernandez, ...
Annals of Internal Medicine 171 (2), 99-106, 2019
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