Tim Doran
Tim Doran
Professor of Health Policy, University of York
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Pay-for-performance programs in family practices in the United Kingdom
T Doran, C Fullwood, H Gravelle, D Reeves, E Kontopantelis, U Hiroeh, ...
New England journal of medicine 355 (4), 375-384, 2006
9132006
Effect of financial incentives on inequalities in the delivery of primary clinical care in England: analysis of clinical activity indicators for the quality and outcomes framework
T Doran, C Fullwood, E Kontopantelis, D Reeves
The Lancet 372 (9640), 728-736, 2008
3162008
Effect of financial incentives on incentivised and non-incentivised clinical activities: longitudinal analysis of data from the UK Quality and Outcomes Framework
T Doran, E Kontopantelis, JM Valderas, S Campbell, M Roland, ...
Bmj 342, d3590, 2011
2772011
Regression based quasi-experimental approach when randomisation is not an option: interrupted time series analysis
E Kontopantelis, T Doran, DA Springate, I Buchan, D Reeves
bmj 350, h2750, 2015
2382015
Research methods
PA Ogula
Nairobi: CUEA Publications, 2005
2362005
Exclusion of patients from pay-for-performance targets by English physicians
T Doran, C Fullwood, D Reeves, H Gravelle, M Roland
New England Journal of Medicine 359 (3), 274-284, 2008
1862008
Suicide risk in primary care patients with major physical diseases: a case-control study
RT Webb, E Kontopantelis, T Doran, P Qin, F Creed, N Kapur
Archives of general psychiatry 69 (3), 256-264, 2012
1732012
Effect of a national primary care pay for performance scheme on emergency hospital admissions for ambulatory care sensitive conditions: controlled longitudinal study
MJ Harrison, M Dusheiko, M Sutton, H Gravelle, T Doran, M Roland
Bmj 349, g6423, 2014
1242014
Health of young and elderly informal carers: analysis of UK census data
T Doran, F Drever, M Whitehead
Bmj 327 (7428), 1388, 2003
1172003
Does higher quality of diabetes management in family practice reduce unplanned hospital admissions?
M Dusheiko, T Doran, H Gravelle, C Fullwood, M Roland
Health services research 46 (1p1), 27-46, 2011
1012011
Is there a north-south divide in social class inequalities in health in Great Britain? Cross sectional study using data from the 2001 census
T Doran, F Drever, M Whitehead
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 58 (10), 869-869, 2004
1002004
Recorded quality of primary care for patients with diabetes in England before and after the introduction of a financial incentive scheme: a longitudinal observational study
E Kontopantelis, D Reeves, JM Valderas, S Campbell, T Doran
BMJ Qual Saf 22 (1), 53-64, 2013
942013
Higher mortality rates amongst emergency patients admitted to hospital at weekends reflect a lower probability of admission
R Meacock, L Anselmi, SR Kristensen, T Doran, M Sutton
Journal of health services research & policy 22 (1), 12-19, 2017
922017
Withdrawing performance indicators: retrospective analysis of general practice performance under UK Quality and Outcomes Framework
E Kontopantelis, D Springate, D Reeves, DM Ashcroft, JM Valderas, ...
Bmj 348, g330, 2014
922014
Gregg's congenital rubella patients 60 years later
JM Forrest, FM Turnbull, GF Sholler, RE Hawker, FJ Martin, MA Burgess, ...
Medical Journal of Australia 177 (11), 664-667, 2002
842002
Investigating the relationship between quality of primary care and premature mortality in England: a spatial whole-population study
E Kontopantelis, DA Springate, M Ashworth, RT Webb, IE Buchan, ...
Bmj 350, 2015
832015
Lessons from major initiatives to improve primary care in the United Kingdom
T Doran, M Roland
Health Affairs 29 (5), 1023-1029, 2010
692010
The effect of improving processes of care on patient outcomes: evidence from the United Kingdom's quality and outcomes framework
AM Ryan, T Doran
Medical care, 191-199, 2012
662012
How a universal health system reduces inequalities: lessons from England
M Asaria, S Ali, T Doran, B Ferguson, R Fleetcroft, M Goddard, P Goldblatt, ...
J Epidemiol Community Health 70 (7), 637-643, 2016
622016
Exploring the relation between class, gender, and self rated general health using the new socioeconomic classification. A study using data from the 2001 census
F Drever, T Doran, M Whitehead
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 58 (7), 590-596, 2004
602004
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