Bibliography

Export 23 results:
Filters: Author is Fries, B. E.  [Clear All Filters]
F
Fries B.E.  1990.  Comparing case-mix systems for nursing home payment. Health Care Financing Review. 11(4):103-19.
Fries B.E, Cooney, Jr. L.M.  1985.  Resource utilization groups. A patient classification system for long-term care. Medical Care. 23(2):110-22.
Fries B.E, Durance P.W, Nerenz D.R, Ashcraft M.L.  1993.  A comprehensive payment model for short- and long-stay psychiatric patients. Health Care Financing Review. 15(2):31-50.
Fries B.E, Fahey C.J, Hawes C., Vladeck B.C, Morris J., Phillips C., Fredeking H., Hirdes J., Sinclair D.G, King J.T.  2003.  Implementing the Resident Assessment Instrument: Case studies of policymaking for long-term care in eight countries. Milbank Memorial Fund. :129.
Fries B.E, Hawes C., Morris J.N, Phillips C.D, Mor V., Park P.S.  1997.  Effect of the National Resident Assessment Instrument on selected health conditions and problems. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 45(8):994-1001.
Fries B.E, Hawes C., Morris J.N, Phillips C.D, Mor V., Park P.S.  1997.  Effect of the National Resident Assessment Instrument on selected health conditions and problems.[see comment]. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 45(8):994-1001.
Fries B.E, Ikegami N..  1994.  Heading in the right direction. Gerontologist. 34(5):582-3.
Fries B.E, James M..  2003.  Identifying "appropriate" applicants for home and community based services: the MI Choice screening system. Center for Home Care Policy & Research Policy Briefs [Electronic Resource]. (13):1-6.
Fries B.E, James M., Hammer S.S, Shugarman L.R, Morris J.N.  2004.  Is telephone screening feasible? Accuracy and cost-effectiveness of identifying people medically eligible for home- and community-based services Gerontologist. 44(5):680-688.
Fries B.E, Ljunggren G., Winblad B..  1991.  International comparison of long-term care: the need for resident-level classification. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 39(1):10-6.
Fries B.E, Marathe V.P.  1981.  Determination of optimal variable-sized multiple-block appointment systems. Operations Research. 29(2):324-45.
Fries B.E, Mehr D.R, Schneider D., Foley W.J, Burke R..  1993.  Mental dysfunction and resource use in nursing homes. Medical Care. 31(10):898-920.
Fries B.E, Morris J.N, Aliaga P., Jones R..  2003.  Risk adjusting outcome measures for post-acute care. American Journal of Medical Quality. 18(2):66-72.
Fries B.E, Morris J.N, Bernabei R., Finne-Soveri H., Hirdes J..  2007.  Rethinking the Resident Assessment Protocols. J Am Geriatr Soc. 55(7):1139-40.
Fries B.E, Morris J.N, Skarupski K.A, Blaum C.S, Galecki A., Bookstein F., Ribbe M..  2000.  Accelerated dysfunction among the very oldest-old in nursing homes. Journals of Gerontology Series A-Biological Sciences & Medical Sciences. 55(6):M336-41.
Fries B.E, Nerenz D.R, Falcon S.P, Ashcraft M.L, Lee C.Z.  1990.  A classification system for long-staying psychiatric patients. Medical Care. 28(4):311-23.
Fries B.E, Schmorrow A., Lang S.W, Margolis P.M, Heany J., Brown G.P, Barbaree H.E, Hirdes J.P.  2013.  Symptoms and treatment of mental illness among prisoners: a study of Michigan state prisons. Int J Law Psychiatry. 36(3-4):316-25.
Fries B.E, Schneider D.P, Foley W.J, Dowling M..  1989.  Case-mix classification of Medicare residents in skilled nursing facilities: resource utilization groups (RUG-T18). Medical Care. 27(9):843-58.
Fries B.E, Schneider D.P, Foley W.J, Gavazzi M., Burke R., Cornelius E..  1994.  Refining a case-mix measure for nursing homes: Resource Utilization Groups (RUG-III). Medical Care. 32(7):668-85.
Fries B.E, Schroll M., Hawes C., Gilgen R., Jonsson P.V, Park P..  1997.  Approaching cross-national comparisons of nursing home residents. Age & Ageing. 26(Suppl 2):13-8.
Fries B.E, Shugarman L.R, Morris J.N, Simon S.E, James M..  2002.  A screening system for Michigan's home- and community-based long-term care programs. Gerontologist. 42(4):462-74.
Fries B.E, Simon S.E, Morris J.N, Flodstrom C., Bookstein F.L.  2001.  Pain in U.S. nursing homes: validating a pain scale for the minimum data set. Gerontologist. 41(2):173-9.
Fries B.E, Simon S.E, Morris J.N, Flodstrom C., Bookstein F.L.  2001.  Pain in U.S. nursing homes: validating a pain scale for the minimum data set.[see comment]. Gerontologist. 41(2):173-9.