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Hartmaier S.L, Sloane P.D, Guess H.A, Koch G.G, Mitchell C.M, Phillips C.D.  1995.  Validation of the Minimum Data Set Cognitive Performance Scale: agreement with the Mini-Mental State Examination. Journals of Gerontology Series A-Biological Sciences & Medical Sciences. 50(2):M128-33.
Hawes C., Mor V., Phillips C.D, Fries B.E, Morris J.N, Steele-Friedlob E., Greene A.M, Nennstiel M..  1997.  The OBRA-87 nursing home regulations and implementation of the Resident Assessment Instrument: effects on process quality.[see comment]. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 45(8):977-85.
Hawes C., Morris J.N, Phillips C.D, Fries B.E, Murphy K., Mor V..  1997.  Development of the nursing home Resident Assessment Instrument in the USA. Age & Ageing. 26(Suppl 2):19-25.
Hawes C., Morris J.N, Phillips C.D, Mor V., Fries B.E, Nonemaker S..  1995.  Reliability estimates for the Minimum Data Set for nursing home resident assessment and care screening (MDS). Gerontologist. 35(2):172-8.
Hawes C., Phillips C.D.  2007.  Apples, Oranges, and Broccoli: Measuring Quality in Assisted Living.. The Gerontologist. 47(Special Issue III):40-50.
Hawes C., Phillips C.D, Mor V., Fries B.E, Morris J.N.  1992.  MDS data should be used for research.[comment]. Gerontologist. 32(4):563-4.
Hirdes J.P, Smith T.F, Rabinowitz T., Yamauchi K., Pérez E., Telegdi N.C, Prendergast P., Morris J.N, Ikegami N., Phillips C.D et al..  2002.  The Resident Assessment Instrument-Mental Health (RAI-MH): inter-rater reliability and convergent validity. J Behav Health Serv Res. 29(4):419-32.
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Phillips C.D.  2015.  The Pediatric Home Care/Expenditure Classification Model (P/ECM): A Home Care Case-Mix Model for Children Facing Special Health Care Challenges. Health Serv Insights. 8:35-43.
Phillips C.D, Chu C.W, Morris J.N, Hawes C..  1993.  Effects of cognitive impairment on the reliability of geriatric assessments in nursing homes. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 41(2):136-42.
Phillips C.D, Hawes C..  1992.  Nursing home case-mix classification and residents suffering from cognitive impairment: RUG-II and cognition in the Texas case-mix data base. Medical Care. 30(2):105-16.
Phillips C.D, Hawes C., Fries B.E.  1993.  Reducing the use of physical restraints in nursing homes: will it increase costs? American Journal of Public Health. 83(3):342-8.
Phillips C.D, Hawes C., Fries B.E.  1994.  High costs of restraints. Provider. 20(2):33-4.
Phillips C.D, Hawes C., Lieberman T., Koren M.J.  2007.  Where should Momma go? Current nursing home performance measurement strategies and a less ambitious approach BMC Health Services Research. 7:93.
Phillips C.D, Hawes C., Mor V., Fries B.E, Morris J.N, Nennstiel M.E.  1996.  Facility and area variation affecting the use of physical restraints in nursing homes. Medical Care. 34(11):1149-62.
Phillips C.D, Knopman D.S.  1999.  Neurology "with the bark off": tacrine, nursing home residents, and health services research.[comment]. Neurology. 52(2):227-30.
Phillips C.D, Morris J.N.  1997.  The potential for using administrative and clinical data to analyze outcomes for the cognitively impaired: an assessment of the minimum data set for nursing homes. Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders. 11(Suppl 6):162-7.
Phillips C.D, Morris J.N, Hawes C., Fries B.E, Mor V., Nennstiel M., Iannacchione V..  1997.  Association of the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) with changes in function, cognition, and psychosocial status.[see comment]. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 45(8):986-93.
Phillips C.D, Shen R., Chen M., Sherman M..  2007.  Evaluating nursing home performance indicators: an illustration exploring the impact of facilities on ADL change. Gerontologist. 47(5):683-9.