1. Consequences of Influencing Physician Behavior--Reply.

    JAMA 315(21):2351 (2016) PMID 27272596

  2. Uber's Message for Health Care.

    New England Journal of Medicine 374(9):806 (2016) PMID 26962900

  3. Incorporating metacognition into morbidity and mortality rounds: The next frontier in quality improvement.

    Journal Of Hospital Medicine 11(2):120 (2016) PMID 26526423

    This Perspective proposes the introduction of metacognition (thinking about thinking) into the existing format of hospital-based morbidity and mortality rounds. It is placed in the context of historical movements to advance quality improvement by expanding the spectrum of the causes of medical e...
  4. Annals On Being a Doctor Story Slam--Why I Went to Seattle.

    Annals of Internal Medicine 164(2):SS2 (2016) PMID 26784504

  5. Harnessing the Right Combination of Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivation to Change Physician Behavior.

    JAMA 314(21):2233 (2015) PMID 26624821

  6. Attaining Financial Fluency among Physicians: Start with the Students.

    Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underse... 26(4):1401 (2015) PMID 26548687

    One in three chronically ill patients is unable to afford medications, food, or both. Too often, physicians do not discuss costs of care, risking decreased patient adherence. Physicians may be uncomfortable talking about prices and costs with patients because they receive little training in how ...
  7. Solving the puzzle of posthospital recovery: What is the role of the individual physician?

    Journal Of Hospital Medicine 10(10):697 (2015) PMID 26316366

    Improving transitions of care from the acute care setting has been an important focus of health policy in the United States and Canada. Over the past decade, hospital performance metrics related to successful recovery have been used in the United States to implement incentives for reform. This f...
  8. Understanding the Value of Continuity in the 21st Century.

    JAMA Internal Medicine 175(7):1154 (2015) PMID 25985277

  9. McKittrick-Wheelock syndrome.

    Canadian Medical Association Journal 187(9):676 (2015) PMID 25754711 PMCID PMC4467932

  10. A piece of my mind. The other generation.

    JAMA 313(13):1319 (2015) PMID 25849178

  11. Development of choosing wisely recommendations for an inpatient internal medicine service.

    JAMA Internal Medicine 175(4):642 (2015) PMID 25706806

  12. Grade pending: lessons for hospital quality reporting from the New York City restaurant sanitation inspection program.

    Journal Of Hospital Medicine 10(2):116 (2015) PMID 25425498

    Public quality reporting programs have been widely implemented in hospitals in an effort to improve quality and safety. One such program is Hospital Compare, Medicare's national quality reporting program for US hospitals. The New York City sanitary grade inspection program is a parallel effort f...
  13. Erectile Dysfunction and Undiagnosed Diabetes, Hypertension, and Hypercholesterolemia.

    Annals of Family Medicine 13(4):331 (2015) PMID 26195677 PMCID PMC4508173

    We investigated whether erectile dysfunction, a marker for future cardiovascular disease, is associated with undiagnosed cardiometabolic risk factors among US men. Identifying the presence of these risk factors could lead to earlier initiation of treatment for primary prevention of cardiovascula...
  14. Selecting a specialist: adding evidence to the clinical practice of making referrals.

    JAMA 312(18):1861 (2014) PMID 25387183

  15. Workplace-Based Assessment of Internal Medicine Resident Diagnostic Accuracy.

    Journal of Graduate Medical Education 6(3):532 (2014) PMID 26279781 PMCID PMC4535220

    Making an accurate diagnosis is a core skill residents must develop. Assessments of this skill and decisions to grant residents clinical independence often are based on global impressions. A workplace-based assessment of diagnostic accuracy could be a useful part of a competency-based assessment...
  16. Questioning the assumptions about type 2 diabetes.

    Canadian Medical Association Journal 186(11):880 (2014) PMID 24914112 PMCID PMC4119153

  17. Prioritizing continuity in Canadian clinical teaching units.

    Canadian Medical Association Journal 186(10):800 (2014) PMID 24934897 PMCID PMC4081213

  18. Reducing the trauma of hospitalization.

    JAMA 311(21):2169 (2014) PMID 24788549

  19. A piece of my mind. Filling buckets.

    JAMA 311(18):1859 (2014) PMID 24825639

  20. Graded autonomy in medical education--managing things that go bump in the night.

    New England Journal of Medicine 370(12):1086 (2014) PMID 24645941