Bibliography: Publications by DPI/DCP Staff/Affiliates


World Institute on Disability: Access to Medical Care: Two-DVD Curriculum on Treating People with Disabilities

Other Publications

Applebaum, R., Straker, J., and Geron, S. M. (2000). Assessing satisfaction in health and long-term care: Practical approaches to hearing the voices of consumers. Springer Publishing Co.

Bachman, S., Drainoni, M. & Tobias, C,.(2004). Medicaid managed care, substance abuse treatment and people with disabilities: A review of the literature. Health and Social Work.  29(3):189-196.

Bachman, S., Drainoni, M., & Tobias, C. (2003). Substance abuse treatment for people with disabilities:  Does managed care prompt innovation? Journal of Disability Policy Studies. 14(3): 154:162.

Bachman, S., Drainoni, M., & Tobias, C. (2003) State policy and practice regarding substance abuse treatment services for Medicaid recipients with disabilities. American Journal on Addictions. 12:1-11.

Bachman, S., Vedrani, M., Drainoni, M., Tobias, C.,& Maisels, L. (2006). Provider capacity to offer accessible health care for people with disabilities. Journal of Disability Policy Studies. 17(3): 130-136.

Bachman, S., Tobias, C., Master, R., Scavron, J. & Tierney, K. “A Managed Care Model for Latino Adults With Chronic Illness and Disability” Journal of Disability Policy Studies 18.4 Spring (2008): 197-204.

Bachman, S., Vedrani, M., Drainoni, M., Tobias, C., & Andrew, J. (2007). Variations in provider capacity to offer accessible health care for people with disabilities.  Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation. 6(3): 47-64.

Commonwealth Care Alliance: Elderly and Disabled Care,” Harvard Business School Case Study, Porter, ME, Baron J. 9-708-502, May 7, 2008

Drainoni, ML, Lee-Hood, E, Tobias, C., Bachman, SS, et al, Cross-Disability Experiences of Barriers to Health-Care Access: Consumer Perspectives Journal of Disability Policy Studies Fall 2006 17: 101-115, doi:10.1177/10442073060170020101

Geron, S. M. & Keefe B. (2006).  Moving evidence-based interventions to populations: A case study using social workers in primary care. Home Health Care Quarterly, 25(1&2).

Geron, S. M. & Hudson, R. B. (2001). Policy analysis: Issues and practices. In G. Maddox (Ed.), Encyclopedia of aging (vol. 2). Springer Publishing: New York. pp. 804-07.

Ginsburg, PB, Health Policy Report: Rapidly Evolving Physician-Payment Policy — More Than the SGR , NEJM, epub ahead of print: December 8, 2010, doi:10.1056/NEJMhpr1004028

Liang M, Partridge A, Master, R., “Evaluation of Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services for Elderly, Homebound Patients with Arthritis and Orthopedic Disability” Arthritis and Rheumatism 27.3 Mar. (1984):258-266.

“Managing Care the Right Way,”Boston Globe Editorial, March 26, 2008

Master, R.,and Eng, Catherine. “Integrating Acute and Long-Term Care for High-Cost Populations” Health Affairs 20.6 Nov-Dec. (2001): 161-172.

Master, R., “Massachusetts Medicaid and the Community Medical Alliance: A New Approach to Contracting and Care Delivery for Medicaid-Eligible Populations with AIDS and Severe Physical Disability” The American Journal of Managed Care 4 June 25 (1998): SP90-98.

Master, R., Medicaid Managed Care and Disabled Populations in Remaking Medicaid Managed Care for the Public Good Stephen M. Davidson and Stephen A. Somers Editors, Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, 1998: 100-117.

Glover, M, Master, R.,and Meyers, A.R. “Boston’s Community Medical Group (BCMG),: a national model of prepaid, managed, care for independently-living persons with spinal cord injuries (SCI)” American Rehabilitation: Special issue on spinal cord injury Autumn (1996): 2-9.

Master, R.,Dreyfus, A., Connors, S., Tobias, C., Zhou, Z., Kronick. R. “The Community Medical Alliance: Integrated System of Care for Medicaid-Covered Populations with Serious Disabilities and AIDS in Greater Boston” Managed Care Quarterly 4.2 Spring (1996).

Master, R.,Taniguchi, C., Medicare, Medicaid, and People with Disability, Health Care Financing Review 18.2 Winter (1996): 91-97.

Meyers A, Cupples A, Lederman R, Branch L, Feltin M, Master, R., et al. “The Epidemiology of Medical Care Utilization by Severely Disabled, Independently-Living Adults” Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 41.2 (1988):163-172.

Master, R., “Medicaid After Twenty Years” “Promise, Problems, Potential” Journal of Mental Retardation 25.4 Aug. (1987): 211-214.

Meyers A, Master, R., Feltin M. “Rehospitalization and Spinal Cord Injury Cross-Sectional Survey of Adults Living Independently” Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 66 Oct. (1985):704-708.

Master, R.,Feltin M, Jainchill J, et al. “A Continuum of Care for the Inner City; Assessment of its Benefits for Elderly and High-Risk Populations of Boston” New England Journal of Medicine 302 June 26 (1980):1434-1440.

Meyers A, Cupples A, Feltin M, Master, R., et al. “Prospective Evaluation of the Efforts of Managed Care on Medical Care Utilization Among Severely Disabled, Independently-Living Adults” Medical Care 25.11 Nov. (1987):1057-1068.

Meyers AR, Glover M, Master, R.,“Primary Care for Persons with Disabilities: The Boston, Massachusetts, model program.” American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 76 (Suppl.) (1997): S37-S42.

Meyers A & Master, R., “Managed Care for High-Risk Populations” Journal of Aging & Social Policy 1 (1988).

Master, R., Simon, L., and Goldfield, N. “Commonwealth Care Alliance: A new approach to coordinated care for the chronically ill and frail elderly that organizationally integrates consumer involvement” The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 26.4 Oct-Dec. (2003): 355-361.

Pukstas, K.,  Parker, V., Brandeis, G., Hardt, E., Geron, S.M., & Engle, R. (2006).  Improving intercultural staff communication in the long-term care setting. Annals of Long-Term Care: Clinical Care and Aging.

Ravesloot, CH, Seekins, T, Cahill, T, Lindgren, S, et al: Original Article: Health promotion for people with disabilities: development and evaluation of the Living Well with a Disability program Health Educ. Res. (2007) 22(4): 522-531 doi:10.1093/her/cyl114

Tobias, C.. (2010). Disability in the Health Services Curriculum, in Lollar D and Andresen E. Public Health Perspectives on Disability: Epidemiology to Ethics and Beyond.  Springer Publications, NY.

 Tobias, C., Cunningham W, Cabral H, Cunningham C, Naar-King S, Eldred L, Bradford J, Sohler N, Wong M, Drainoni M. (2007). Living with HIV but Without Medical Care:  Barriers to Engagement.  AIDS Patient Care and STDs. 21(6): 426-434.

Tobias, C., Epstein S., Comeau M. (2007). Medicaid as a Second Language: A Slightly Irreverent Guide to Common Medicaid Terms, Acronyms and Abbreviations. Catalyst Center publication.

Tobias, C., Allen, D., Brown, K., Tierney, K., Murphy, R., & DuRei, S. (2004). Consumer-directed health care:  How well does it work?” Technical report published by the National Council on Disability, Washington, DC.