The Milbank Quarterly‘s Top 5 Articles and Op-Eds of 2017
January 23, 2018
The Milbank Quarterly is pleased to report its most-read peer-reviewed articles and op-eds of 2017.
See the list of the top 5 in both categories below. All are freely available.
Most-Read Peer-Reviewed Articles of 2017
- Comparing Generic Drug Markets in Europe and the United States: Prices, Volumes, and Spending
Olivier J. Wouters, Panos G. Kanavos, and Martin McKee
- Information Blocking: Is It Occurring and What Policy Strategies Can Address It?
Julia Adler-Milstein and Eric Pfeifer
- Beyond Health Insurance: Remaining Disparities in US Health Care in the Post-ACA Era
Benjamin D. Sommers, Caitlin L. McMurtry, Robert J. Blendon, John M. Benson, and Justin M. Sayde
- Measuring, Reporting, and Rewarding Quality of Care in 5 Nations: 5 Policy Levers to Enhance Hospital Quality Accountability
Christoph Pross, Alexander Geissler, and Reinhard Busse
- Treating, Fast and Slow: Americans’ Understanding of and Responses to Low-Value Care
Mark Schlesinger and Rachel Grob
Most-Read Op-Eds of 2017
- 2016: The Year of the Soda Tax
Lawrence O. Gostin
- The Opioid Crisis From Research to Practice
Joshua M. Sharfstein
- Obesity and Diabetes: The Slow-Motion Disaster
- Questions for New Single-Payer Advocates
John E. McDonough
- Data Withholding in the Age of Digital Health