Reports on findings from a case study on reducing survey item non-response with a monetary incentive and telephone follow-up.
Related Publications for Martha Kovac
Reengaging Respondents after Receipt of an Incentive to Reduce Item Nonresponse: When Is the Best Time to Reengage? (Presentation)May 19, 2017
Perceptions of Electronic Health Records and Their Effect on the Quality of Care: Results from a Survey of Patients in Four StatesNov 30, 2012
Using data from patients surveyed after primary care provider visits, this working paper found patients had favorable perceptions of electronic health records (EHRs). Patients believed that EHRs improved the quality of care, and most were not concerned with confidentiality of records.
Evaluation of the Electronic Health Records Demonstration: Final ReportJun 15, 2012
This report summarizes the evaluation findings for the Electronic Health Records Demonstration (EHRD), funded and implemented by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
National Survey of U.S. Health Professionals' Smoking Prevalence, Cessation Practices, and BeliefsJul 30, 2010
This study looked at self-reported smoking status, smoking cessation practices, and beliefs for 2,804 subjects from seven health professional groups: primary care physicians, emergency medicine physicians, psychiatrists, registered nurses, dentists, dental hygienists, and pharmacists.
Are Electronic Medical Records Helpful for Care Coordination? Experiences of Physician PracticesMar 01, 2010
Policies promoting widespread adoption of electronic medical records (EMRs) are premised on the hope that they can improve the coordination of care. Yet little is known about whether and how physician practices use current EMRs to facilitate coordination.