Immigrants Pay More In Private Insurance Premiums Than They Receive In Benefits. Leah Zallman, Steffie Woolhandler, Sharon Touw, David U. Himmelstein, and Karen E. Finnegan. Health Affairs 2018 37:10, 1663-1668
Lila Flavin, Leah Zallman, Danny McCormick, and J. Wesley Boyd. (2018). Medical Expenditures on and by Immigrant Populations in the United States: A Systematic Review. International Journal of Health Services, https://doi.org/10.1177/0020731418791963
Zallman L, Finnegan K, Roll D, Todaro M, Oneiz R, Sayah A. “Impact of Medical Scribes in Primary Care on Productivity, Face-to-Face Time, and Patient Comfort”, J Am Board Fam Med 2018; 31 (4): 612-619. doi:10.3122/jabfm.2018.04.170325
Finnegan KE, Touw S, Himmelstein D, Woolhandler S, Zallman L. Immigrants contributed $25.1B more to private insurance than they took out in 2014. Oral presentation at Academy Health Annual Research Meeting; 2018 June 24-26; Seattle, WA.
Leah Zallman, Carolyn Fisher, Martina Todaro. Consumer Voices for Innovation Grant Program Evaluation Year 1 – Interim Report. Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation, June 2018.
Karen Finnegan, Megan Hatch. Evaluation of Bridges to Moms: A Mixed Methods Study. Health Care Without Walls, April 2018.