Tracking Population Health
Combining Information from Multiple Data Sources to Assess Population Health
Trivellore Raghunathan, Kaushik Ghosh, Allison B. Rosen, Paul Imbriano, Susan T. Stewart, Irina Bondarenko, Kassandra Messer, Patricia Berglund, James Shaffer & David M. Cutler (2020).
Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, smz047.
U.S. Trends in Quality-Adjusted Life Expectancy from 1987 to 2008: Combining National Surveys to More Broadly Track the Health of the Nation
Susan T. Stewart, David M. Cutler & Allison B. Rosen (2013).
American Journal of Public Health, 103(11): e78-e87. Technical Appendix
Comparison of Trends in U.S. Health-Related Quality of Life over the 2000's Using the SF-6D, HALex, EQ-5D, and EQ-5D Visual Analog Scale versus a Broader Set of Symptoms and Impairments
Susan T. Stewart, David M. Cutler & Allison B. Rosen (2014).
Medical Care, 52(12): 1010-6.
Forecasting the Effects of Obesity and Smoking on U.S. Life Expectancy>
Susan T. Stewart, Allison B. Rosen & David M. Cutler (2009).
New England Journal of Medicine, 361(23): 2252-2260.
The Impact of Symptoms and Impairments on Overall Health in U.S. National Health Data
Susan T. Stewart, Rebecca M. Woodward, Allison B. Rosen & David M. Cutler (2008). Medical Care, 46(9): 954-62.
A proposed method for monitoring U.S. population health: Linking symptoms, impairments, chronic conditions, and health ratings
Susan T. Stewart, Rebecca M. Woodward, Allison B. Rosen & David M. Cutler
(2005). NBER Working Paper 11358.
The Contribution of Behavior Change and Public Health to Improved U.S. Population Health
Susan T. Stewart & David M. Cutler (2008). NBER Working Paper 20631 & book chapter in Kaplan R, Spittel M, David D (Eds). "Population Health: Behavioral and Social Science Insights.” AHRQ Publication No. 15-0002. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research, National Institutes of Health; July 2015, pp. 271-290.