Gourevitch RA, Natwick T, Chaisson CE, Weiseth A, Shah NT. (2021). Variation in Guideline-Based Prenatal Care in a Commercially Insured Population. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Epub ahead of print.
Accompanying opinion piece in STAT
Gourevitch RA, Chien AT, Bambury EA, Shah N, Rosenthal MB, Sinaiko AD. (2021). Trends and Patterns in the Use of a Price Transparency Tool for Childbirth by Commercially Insured Pregnant People, 2011-2016. JAMA Network Open. 4(8): e2121410–e2121410.
Peahl AF, Gourevitch RA, Luo EM, Fryer KE, Moniz MH, Dalton VK, Fendrick AM,Shah N. (2020). Right-Sizing Prenatal Care to Meet Patients’ Needs and Improve Maternity Care Value. Obstetrics and Gynecology. 135(5):1027-1037 .
Gourevitch RA, Peahl AF, McConnell M, Shah N. (2020). Understanding the Impact of Prenatal Care: Improving Metrics, Data, and Evaluation. Health Affairs Blog.
Gourevitch RA, Mehrotra AM, Galvin G, Plough A, Shah N. (2019). Does Comparing Cesarean Delivery Rates Influence Women’s Choice of Obstetric Hospital? American Journal of Managed Care. 25(2):e33-e38.
Gourevitch RA, Desai S, Hicks AL, Hatfield LA, Chernew ME, Mehrotra A. (2017). Who Uses a Price Transparency Tool? Implications for Increasing Consumer Engagement. INQUIRY. 54:1-5.
Gourevitch RA, Mehrotra A, Galvin G, Karp M, Plough A, Shah N. (2017). How Do Pregnant Women Use Quality Measures When Choosing their Obstetric Provider? Birth. 44(2):120-127.
Semigran HL, Gourevitch R, Sinaiko AD, Cowling D, Mehrotra A. (2017). Patients Views on Price Shopping and Price Transparency. American Journal of Managed Care. 23(6):e186-192.
Sommers BD, Gourevitch R, Maylone B, Blendon RJ, Epstein AM. (2016). Insurance Churning Rates for Low-Income Adults Under Health Reform: Lower Than Expected but Still Harmful for Many. Health Affairs. 35(10): 1816-1824.
Works in Progress
The impact of prenatal nurse home visits on utilization of health care services during pregnancy (with Margaret M. McConnell). Manuscript in preparation. More information: https://bit.ly/2HUkPtg