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Iezzoni L.I, Greenberg M.S.  2003.  Capturing and classifying functional status information in administrative databases. Health Care Financ Rev. 24:61-76.
Igarashi C.  2000.  Computer software for MDS.. Ns Magazine. 2(4):60-63.
Ikegami N..  1995.  Functional assessment and its place in health care. N Engl J Med. 332(9):598-9.
Ikegami N, Hirdes JP, Carpenter I.  2002.  Measuring the quality of long-term care in institutional and community settings.
Ikegami N.  2004.  Impact of public long-term care insurance in Japan. Geriatrics & Gerontology International. 4(s1):S146-S148.
Ikegami N, Hirdes JP, Carpenter I.  2001.  Long-term care: A complex challenge. Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development. The OECD Observer. (229):27.
Ikegami N..  1999.  Care planning in institutional care.. Japanese Journal of Home Care Nursing. 4(4):293-308.
Ikegami N., Yamada Y.  1999.  MDS-HC 2.0 - Its revision and impact.. Japanese Journal of Home Care Nursing. 4(4):293-308.
Ikegami N., Fries B.E, Takagi Y., Ikeda S., Ibe T..  1994.  Applying RUG-III in Japanese long-term care facilities. Gerontologist. 34(5):628-39.
Ikegami N..  1998.  Growing old in Japan.. Age & Ageing. 27:277-278.
Ikegami N., Morris J.N, Fries B.E.  1997.  Low-care cases in long-term care settings: variation among nations. Age & Ageing. 26(Suppl 2):67-71.
Ikegami N.  2004.  Using Residential Assessment Instrument-Minimum Data Set care planning instruments in community and institutional care: Introduction by Chair. Geriatrics & Gerontology International. 4(s1):S271-S273.
Ikegami N..  1997.  Public long-term care insurance in Japan. Jama. 278(16):1310-4.
Ikegami N., Igarashi C, Takagi Y., Kato T, Mor V..  1997.  The impact of the Minimum Data Set and Resident Assessment Instrument on the quality of care plans in Japan.. Canadian Journal of Quality in Health Care. 14(3):23-28.
Ikegami N.  2004.  The introduction and use of Resident Assessment Instruments-Minimum Data Set in Japan. Geriatrics & gerontology international. 4:S274-S275.
Ilango S., Pillans P., Peel N.M, Scott I., Gray L.C, Hubbard R.E.  2017.  Prescribing in the oldest old inpatients: a retrospective analysis of patients referred for specialist geriatric consultation. Intern Med J. 47(9):1019-1025.
Intrator O, Zinn J, Mor V.  2004.  Nursing Home Characteristics and Potentially Preventable Hospitalizations of Long-Stay Residents. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 52(10):1730-1736.
Intrator O., Mor V..  2004.  Effect of state Medicaid reimbursement rates on hospitalizations from nursing homes. J Am Geriatr Soc. 52(3):393-8.
Intrator O., Grabowski D.C, Zinn J., Schleinitz M., Feng Z., Miller S., Mor V..  2007.  Hospitalization of nursing home residents: the effects of states' Medicaid payment and bed-hold policies. Health Serv Res. 42(4):1651-71.
Intrator O., Castle N.G, Mor V..  1999.  Facility characteristics associated with hospitalization of nursing home residents: results of a national study. Medical Care. 37(3):228-37.
Ioannidis G, Jantzi M, Bucek J, Adachi JD, Giangregorio L, Hirdes J, Pickard L, Papaioannou A.  2017.  Development and validation of the Fracture Risk Scale (FRS) that predicts fracture over a 1-year time period in institutionalised frail older people living in Canada: an electronic record-linked longitudinal cohort study. BMJ Open. 7(9):e016477.
Ismail Z., Arenovich T., Grieve C., Willett P., Sajeev G., Mamo D.C, MacQueen G.M, Mulsant B.H.  2012.  Predicting Hospital Length of Stay for Geriatric Patients With Mood Disorders. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry-Revue Canadienne De Psychiatrie. 57(11):696-703.