The Milbank Quarterly‘s Top 5 Articles and Opinions of 2018

January 24, 2019

The Milbank Quarterly is pleased to report its most-read peer-reviewed articles and opinions of 2018. All are freely available.

Most-Read Peer-Reviewed Articles of 2018

  1. Transformation of the Health Care Industry: Curb Your Enthusiasm?
    Lawton Robert Burns and Mark V. Pauly
    March 2018
  2. Legal Barriers to the Growth of Health Information Exchange—Boulders or Pebbles?
    Michelle M. Mello, Julia Adler-Milstein, Karen L. Ding, and Lucia Savage
    March 2018
  3. Patient-Centered Insights: Using Health Care Complaints to Reveal Hot Spots and Blind Spots in Quality and Safety
    Alex Gillespie and Tom W. Reader
    September 2018
  4. Systems Thinking as a Framework for Analyzing Commercial Determinants of Health
    Cécile Knai, Mark Petticrew, Nicholas Mays, Simon Capewell, Rebecca Cassidy, Steven Cummins, Elizabeth Eastmure, Patrick Fafard, Benjamin Hawkins, Jørgen Dejgård Jensen, Srinivasa Vittal Katikireddi, Modi Mwatsama, Jim Orford, and Heide Weishaar
    September 2018
  5. The Effect of Medicaid on Management of Depression: Evidence From the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment
    Katherine Baicker, Heidi L. Allen, Bill J. Wright, Sarah L. Taubman, and Amy N. Finkelstein
    March 2018

Most-Read Opinions of 2018

  1. The Medicalization of Population Health: Who Will Stay Upstream?
    Paula M. Lantz
    December 2018
  2. How Do You Solve a Problem Like Juul?
    Joshua M. Sharfstein
    September 2018
  3. Guns, Obesity, and Opioids: A Population Health Science Perspective on 3 Contemporary Epidemics
    Sandro Galea
    September 2018
  4. Old Medicaid Is Gone; Expanded Medicaid Is Here to Stay
    Gail R. Wilensky
    March 2018
  5. Will Disruptive Innovation in Health Care Improve the Health of Populations?
    Sandro Galea
    December 2018