Young, G. (2012). Multi-Stakeholder Regional Collaboratives Have Contributed to P ublic Reporting But Now Face New Challenges. Health Affairs, 31(3), 26.
Mohr, D., Young, G. (2012). Slack Resources and the Quality of Primary Care. Medical Care, 50(3), 6.
Stolzmann, K., Meterko, M., Shwartz, M., Young, G., Pekoz, E., Benzer, J., Osatuke, K., White, B., Mohr, D. (2010). “Accounting for Variation in Technical Quality and Patient Satisfaction: The Contribution of Patient, Provider, Team and Medical Center.” Medical Care, 48: 676-682.
Carey, K., Burgess, J., Young, G. (2009). “Single Specialty Hospitals and Service Competition.”Inquiry, 46: 162-171.
Alexander, J., Young, G., Weiner, B., Hearld, L. (2009). “How Do System-Affiliated Hospitals Fare in Providing Community Benefit?” Inquiry, 46: 72-91.
Carey, K., Burgess, J., Young, G. (2009). “Specialty Hospitals and Nurse Staffing Patterns.” Medical Care Research and Review, 66: 307-319.
Young, G., Meterko, M., Mohr, D., Shwartz, M., Lin, H. (2009). “Congruence in the Assessment of Service Quality Between Employees and Customers: A Study of a Public Health Care Delivery System.” Journal of Business Research, 62: 1127-1135.
Carey, K., Burgess, J., Young, G. (2008). “Specialty and Full-Service Hospitals: A Comparative Cost Analysis.” Health Services Research, 43: 1869-1887.
Alexander, J., Young, G., Weiner, B., Hearld, L. (2008). “Governance and Community Benefit: Are Nonprofit Hospitals Good Candidates for Sarbanes-Oxley Reforms?” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 33: 199-224.
Young, G., Burgess, J., White, B. (2007). “Pioneering Pay-for-Performance: Lessons from Rewarding Results.” Health Care Financing Review, 29: 59-70.
Young, G., Meterko, M., Beckman, H., Baker, E., White, B., Sautter, K., Greene, R., Curtin, K., Bokhour, B., Berlowitz, D., Burgess, Jr., J. (2007). “Effects of Paying Physicians Based on Their Relative Performance for Quality.” Journal of General internal Medicine, 22: 872-876.
Young, G., Meterko, M., White, B., Bokhour, B., Sautter, K., Berlowitz, D., Burgess, Jr., J. (2007). “Physician Attitudes Toward Pay-for-Quality Programs: Perspectives from the Front Line.” Medical Care Research and Review, 64: 331-343.
Meterko, M., Young, G., White, B., Burgess, J., Berlowitz, D., Meterko, M., Guldin, M., Bokhour, B. (2006). “Physician Attitudes Toward Pay-for-Performance Programs: Development and Validation of a Measurement Instrument.” Health Services Research, 41: 1959-1978.
Young, G., Mohr, D., Meterko, M., Nealon-Seibert, M., McGlynn, G. (2006). “Physician Self-Reported Adherence to Evidence-Based Prescribing Practices in the Treatment of Schizophrenia.”Psychiatric Services, 57: 130-132.
Young, G., White, B., Burgess, J., Berlowitz, D., Meterko, M., Guldin, M., Bokhour, B. (2005). “Conceptual Issues in the Design and Implementation of Pay-for-Quality Programs.” American Journal of Medical Quality, 20: 144-150.
Burgess, J., Carey, K., Young, G. (2005). “The Effect of Network Arrangements on Hospital Pricing Behavior.” Journal of Health Economics, 24: 391-405.
Hellinger, F., Young, G. (2005). “Health Plan Liability and Managed Care: The Expanding Scope of State Legislation.” American Journal of Public Health, 95: 217-222.
Young, G., Meterko, M., Mohr, D. (2004). “Teamwork Culture and Patient Satisfaction in Hospitals.”Medical Care, 42: 492-502.
Young, G., Charns, M., Hereen, T. (2004). “Product Line Management in Professional Organizations: An Empirical Test of Competing Theoretical Perspectives.” Academy of Management Journal, 47: 723-734.
Berlowitz, D., Young, G., Hickey, E., Saliba, D., Mittman, B., Czarnoski, E., Simon, B., Anderson, J., Ash, A., Rubenstein, L., Moscowitz, M. (2003). “Quality Improvement Implementation in the Nursing Home.” Health Services Research, 38: 65-83.
Young, G., Burgess, J., Valley, D. (2002). “Competition Among Hospitals for the Business of HMOs: Effect of Price and Non-Price Attributes.” Health Services Research, 37: 1267-1290.
Hellinger, F., Young, G. (2001). “Physician Antitrust Exemption Legislation: Adjusting the Balance of Power.” Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 286: 83-88.
Young, G., Charns, M., Shortell, S. (2001). “Top Manager and Network Effects on the Adoption of Innovative Management Practices: A Study of TQM in a Public Hospital System.” Strategic Management Journal, 22: 935-951.
Berlowitz, D., Young, G., Brandeis, G., Kader, B., Anderson, J. (2001). “Health Care Reorganization and Quality of Care: Unintended Effects on Pressure Ulcer Prevention.” Medical Care, 39:138-146.
Young, G., Desai, K., Hellinger, F. (2000). “Community Control and the Pricing Patterns of Nonprofit Hospitals: An Antitrust Analysis.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 25: 1051-1082.
Young, G., Stedham, Y., Beekun, R. (2000). “Board Composition and the Adoption of a CEO Performance Evaluation Process: Agency and Institutional Theory Perspectives.” Journal of Management Studies, 37: 277-295.
Young, G., Meterko, M., Desai, K. (2000). “Patient Satisfaction with Hospital Care: Effects of Demographic and Institutional Characteristics.” Medical Care, 38: 325-334.
Young, G., (2000). “Managing Organizational Transformations: The Case of the Veterans Health Administration.” California Management Review, 43: 66-82.
Young, G., Desai, K. (1999). “The Community Impact of Nonprofit Hospital Conversions: Evidence from Three States.” Health Affairs, 18: 146-154.
Young, G., Charns, M., Desai, K., Daley, J., Forbes, M., Henderson, W., Khuri, S. (1998). “Patterns of Coordination and Clinical Outcomes: A Study of Surgical Services.” Health Services Research,35: 1211-1236.
Young, G., Beekun, R., Stedham, Y. (1998). “Board Characteristics, Managerial Controls and Corporate Strategy: A Study of U.S. Hospitals.” Journal of Management, 24: 3-19.
Young, G., Charns, M., Daley, J., Forbes, M., Henderson, W., Khuri, S. (1997). “Best Practices for Managing Surgical Services: The Role of Coordination.” Health Care Management Review, 22: 72 - 81.
Daley, J., Forbes, M., Young, G., Charns, M., Gibbs, J., Hur, K., Henderson, W., Khuri, S. (1997). “Validating Risk-Adjusted Surgical Outcomes: Site Visit Assessment of Process and Structure.”Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 185: 341-351.