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
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, 2015
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
Research methods
PA Ogula
Nairobi: CUEA Publications, 2005
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, 2011
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
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
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, 2014
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
Health of young and elderly informal carers: analysis of UK census data
T Doran, F Drever, M Whitehead
Bmj 327 (7428), 1388, 2003
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 quality & safety 22 (1), 53-64, 2013
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
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
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
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, 2014
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
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
Lessons from major initiatives to improve primary care in the United Kingdom
T Doran, M Roland
Health Affairs 29 (5), 1023-1029, 2010
Impact of provider incentives on quality and value of health care
T Doran, KA Maurer, AM Ryan
Annual review of public health 38, 449-465, 2017
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
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