Anthony Scott
Anthony Scott
Melbourne Institute: Applied Economic & Social Reserch,University of Melbourne
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The effect of financial incentives on the quality of health care provided by primary care physicians
A Scott, P Sivey, D Ait Ouakrim, L Willenberg, L Naccarella, J Furler, ...
Cochrane Database Syst Rev 9 (9), CD008451, 2011
An overview of reviews evaluating the effectiveness of financial incentives in changing healthcare professional behaviours and patient outcomes
G Flodgren, MP Eccles, S Shepperd, A Scott, E Parmelli, FR Beyer
Cochrane Database Syst Rev 7 (7), 2011
Agency in health care. Examining patients' preferences for attributes of the doctor–patient relationship
S Vick, A Scott
Journal of Health Economics 17 (5), 587-605, 1998
Identifying and analysing dominant preferences in discrete choice experiments: an application in health care
A Scott
Journal of Economic Psychology 23 (3), 383-398, 2002
A randomised trial and economic evaluation of the effect of response mode on response rate, response bias, and item non-response in a survey of doctors
A Scott, SH Jeon, CM Joyce, JS Humphreys, G Kalb, J Witt, A Leahy
BMC medical research methodology 11 (1), 1-12, 2011
Has payment by results affected the way that English hospitals provide care? Difference-in-differences analysis
S Farrar, D Yi, M Sutton, M Chalkley, J Sussex, A Scott
British Medical Journal 339, b3047, 2009
Eliciting GPs’ preferences for pecuniary and non-pecuniary job characteristics
A Scott
Journal of Health Economics 20 (3), 329-347, 2001
Economics of General Practice. In Culyer AJ, Newhouse JP. (Eds) Handbook of Health Economics
A Scott
Handbook of health economics 1, 1175-1200, 2000
The labour market for nursing: a review of the labour supply literature
E Antonazzo, A Scott, D Skatun, R Elliott
Health economics 12 (6), 465-478, 2003
Patients, Doctors and Contracts: An Application of Principal‐Agent Theory to the Doctor‐Patient Relationship
A Scott, S Vick
Scottish journal of political economy 46 (2), 111-134, 1999
Job satisfaction and quitting intentions: a structural model of British general practitioners
A Scott, H Gravelle, S Simoens, C Bojke, B Sibbald
British Journal of Industrial Relations 44 (3), 519-540, 2006
The “Medicine in Australia: Balancing Employment and Life (MABEL)” longitudinal survey-Protocol and baseline data for a prospective cohort study of Australian doctors …
CM Joyce, A Scott, SH Jeon, J Humphreys, G Kalb, J Witt, A Leahy
BMC health services research 10 (50), 1-10, 2010
The MEDMAN study: a randomized controlled trial of community pharmacy-led medicines management for patients with coronary heart disease.
Community Pharmacy Medicines Management Project Evaluation Team
Family practice 24 (2), 189, 2007
Is general practitioner decision making associated with patient socio-economic status?
A Scott, A Shiell, M King
Social science & medicine 42 (1), 35-46, 1996
Eliciting preferences of the community for out of hours care provided by general practitioners: a stated preference discrete choice experiment
A Scott, MS Watson, S Ross
Social science & medicine 56 (4), 803-814, 2003
What do hospital consultants value about their jobs? A discrete choice experiment
C Ubach, A Scott, F French, M Awramenko, G Needham
BMJ 326 (7404), 1432, 2003
Job satisfaction, work-related stress and intentions to quit of Scottish GPS
S Simoens, A Scott, B Sibbald
Scottish medical journal 47 (4), 80-86, 2002
Junior doctors’ preferences for specialty choice
P Sivey, A Scott, J Witt, C Joyce, J Humphreys
Journal of health economics 31 (6), 813-823, 2012
Changing clinicians’ behavior: a randomized controlled trial of fees and education
JE Clarkson, S Turner, JM Grimshaw, CR Ramsay, M Johnston, A Scott, ...
Journal of Dental Research 87 (7), 640-644, 2008
Keeping the customer satisfied: issues in the interpretation and use of patient satisfaction surveys
A Scott, RD Smith
International Journal for Quality in Health Care 6 (4), 353-359, 1994
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