1 1 CURRICULUM VITAE July 2011 David A.Kindig, M.D., Ph.D. Education College Graduate Carleton College Northfield, Minnesota B.A.1962 (Biology) University of Chicago School of Medicine M.D.1968 School of Medicine, Ph.D.1968 (Experimental Pathology) Traineeships USPHS Predoctoral Trainee in Pathology USPHS Predoctoral Trainee in Pediatrics Internship Residency University of Chicago Department of Pediatrics, Intern Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, Bronx, New York , Pediatrics Chief Resident, Department of Pediatrics and Social Medicine, Employment 2002-Present 2001-Present 2008-Present Emeritus Professor of Population Health Sciences, Emeritus Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences, Senior Advisor, University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine Co Director, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Society and Health Scholars Program at UW-Madison Co Principal Investigator, RWJF Mobilizing Action Towards Community Health (MATCH) grant Professor of Population Health Sciences (formerly Preventive Medicine) Provide leadership to a campus and statewide health policy and health services research network. Research and teaching in the health workforce, in health status improvement, and in health policy and management Director, Non Residential Program in Administrative Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine Provide leadership to a campus and statewide health policy and health services research network.research and teaching in population health and health policy and management Senior Advisor to DHHS Secretary, Donna E.Shalala Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor of Preventive Medicine
2 2 Responsible to the University Chancellor for health science activities including the Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy and Allied Health: University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics; the University Health Service; and the State Laboratory of Hygiene. Participated in University-wide administration and policy making as member of the University Administrative Committee. Academic activities included research and teaching in health manpower and health services administration Director, Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, Bronx, NY Chief operating officer of 1300 bed teaching hospital with multiple ambulatory facilities, affiliated with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Major projects: plan creation of medical center with the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, $80 million renovation program, productivity improvement program, consolidation of ambulatory care activities, consolidation of laboratory medicine; develop community relations and neighborhood stabilization program Deputy Director, Bureau of Health Manpower, U.S.Department of Health, Education and Welfare Bureau administers $600 million in federal educational funds to schools of the health professions, including medicine, dentistry, nursing, allied health and public health Co-Director, Institute for Health Team Development, Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, Bronx, New York Responsible for administration and evaluation of project funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to determine the most effective methods of training undergraduate health science students in interdisciplinary teamwork Director, Division of Professional Services, National HealthService Corps, DHEW Responsible for the recruitment, assignment, supervision, continuing education, and quantity and quality of care evaluation for 400 health professionals assigned to 170 rural and inner city manpower shortage areas. Nov, 1970 Jul 1971 Acting Medical Director, Martin Luther King Jr.Neighborhood Health Center, South Bronx, New York. Responsible for line management of medical department of eight primary health teams and supporting specialty services. Developed a team management approach and quantity and quality evaluation strategies Program Coordinator, Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center, Internship and Residency in Social Medicine Under an OEO grant, developed the first internship and residency program that combined traditional hospital training in medicine or pediatrics, weekly team practice in a neighborhood health center, and formal training in social medicine.
3 3 Academic Appointments Professor of Preventive Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine Visiting Professor, Beijing Medical University, School of Public Health Visiting Professor of Health Management, Shanghi Second Medical University Associate Professor, Department of Community Health, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Instructor, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Department of Community Health Honors 2007 Wisconsin Public Health Association Distinguished Service to Public Health 2003 Distinguished Service Award, University of Chicago School of Medicine 1998 Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine Philips Medal of Public Service 1998 Honorary Fellow, American College of Physician Executives 1996 Fellow - Association for Health Services Research 1996 Elected to Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences Kellogg International Health Fellowship Member of the first class of fellows-projects in international health management education 1973 United States Public Health Service Surgeon General's Commendation Medal - "for outstanding contribution in providing more than 200 communities with needed health professionals" 1973 American Medical Association Certificate of Humanitarian Service - "for outstanding and dedicated service in implementing goals and objectives of the National Health Service Corps" 1965 University of Chicago - Upjohn Award for "outstanding accomplishments as a medical student" Recent Professional Activities Chair, Institute of Medicine Health Literacy Committee Chair, Federal Council on Graduate Medical Education (COGME) Institute of Medicine, Committee on Health Services Research Training and Workforce President & member of Executive Committee, Association for Health Services Research Board, Association of University Programs in Health Administration 1994 Governor's Task Force on Hospital and Academic Medical Center Costs Editorial Board, Health Affairs Gundersen Medical Foundation National Advisory Council The University of Chicago, Biological Sciences Division Council Prior Professional Activities National President, American Medical Student Association National Intern Matching Plan Board of Directors USPHS Surgeon General's Task Force on Smoking and Health Senior Program Consultant, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Society of Medical Administrators Chairman, Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene Board of Directors American Medical Student Association Foundation Board of Directors President, American Medical Student Association Foundation Board Technical Advisor to PROJECT HOPE, Establishment of School of Public Health at the University of Panama
4 Chair, Wisconsin Governors Task Force on AIDS "Blue Ribbon" Commission for the Governance of Milwaukee County Medical Center Study Section on Dissemination of Health Services Research, USDHSS Agency for Health Care Policy and Research Chair, Wisconsin AHEC System Advisory Board Commissioner, Prospective Payment Review Commission Editorial Board, Medical Care Review 4 Personal Home Address: 5714 Bittersweet Place Madison, Wisconsin Home Phone: Business Address: University of Wisconsin-Madison 610 Walnut Street, 760 WARF Madison, Wisconsin Business Phone: Date of Birth: May 19, 1940 Publications 1. Kirsten, W.H., Kindig, D.A. Cellular Injury by Polyoma Virus. American Journal of Pathology, 44(6): 26a, Kindig, D.A., Spargo, B., Kirsten, W.H. Glomerular Response in Aleutian Mink Disease. Federal Proceedings, 24: 434, Kirsten, W.H., Boron, T.W., Mayer, L., Kindig, D.A. The Effects of Fluorocarbon on a Preparation of Murine Leukemia Virus. Cancer Research, 26: 812, Kindig, D.A., Kirsten, W.H. Virus-like Particles in Established Murine Cell Lines: Electron Microscopic Observations. Science, 155: 1543, Kindig, D.A., Spargo, B., Kirsten, W.H. Glomerular Response in Aleutian Mink Disease. Laboratory Investigation, 16(3): 463, Kindig, D.A., Kirsten, W.H., Somers, K.D. Virus in Established Murine Cell Lines. Proceedings for American Association of Cancer Research, 8: 36, Hamre, D., Kindig, D.A., Mann, J. Growth and Intracellular Development of a New Respiratory Virus. Journal of Virology, 1: 810, Somers, K.D., Kindig, D.A., Kirsten, W.H. Long-term Propagation of a Murine Erythroblastosis Virus in a Spleen Cell Line. Bacteriological Proceedings, 152, Kindig, D.A., Karp, R., Kirsten, W.H. Serum Induced Virion Production in L-M Cells. Proceedings for American Association of Cancer Research, 9: 37, Kindig, D.A., Karp, R., Kirsten, W.H. Further Studies on L Cell Virions. Proceedings for the
5 National Academy Science, 59: 1103, Kindig, D.A. Social-Medical House Officerships. New England Journal of Medicine, 281:1978, Kindig, D.A. House Staff Training in Clinical Social Medicine. The New Physician, 19: 43, Kindig, D.A. The Neighbor Health Center. Journal of the American Medical Association, 212: 2104, Kindig, D.A., Sidel, V.W. Proposed National Health Programs: Impact on the Consumer, in Eilers, R.D., Moyerman, S., editors, National Health Insurance, R.D. Irwin Inc., Homewood, Kindig, D.A. Salary Guidelines for Full-Time Pediatricians and Internists, in Martin Luther King Health Center Fifth Annual Report. W.B. Lloyd, editor, Montefiore Hospital Publication, Kindig, D.A. Some Implications of Patient-Oriented Health Care. Academic Medicine, 48(1): 193, Ann, NY, Kindig, D.A., Lucas, C.C. The History and Birth of a New Alliance in Health Care - The National House Staff Conference. In Proceedings and Recommendations of First National House Staff Conference, S.M. McCoy, editor. DHEW Publication 72-79, Kindig, D.A. Serve the People: A Challenge for Medical Education. Carleton College Thurlo B. Thomas Seminar, August 1972, mimeo. 19. Kindig, D.A., Sidel, V.W. Social and Scientific Priorities in Genetics: Process and Content, in B. Hilton et al., editor, Ethical Issues in Human Genetics, Plenum Press, London, Boufford, J.I., Kindig, D.A. The Institute for Health Team Development - The Next TwoYears in Making Health Teams Work. H. Wise et al., editors, Kindig, D.A. Health Team Training: From the South Bronx to Rural America in Martin Luther King, Jr. The Sixth Report. Montefiore Hospital, 1973, p Jacoby, I., Kindig, D.A. Task Analysis in National Health Service Corps Field Stations: A Methodological Evaluation, Medical Care, 13(4); April Boufford, J.I., Blatti, G.M., Kindig, D.A. Ambulatory Based Residency Training for Primary Care Physicians: A Look at the Issues and the Federal Role. Mimeo report to BCHS, DHEW, May Kindig, D.A. Health Manpower--The Right Place. A Presentation to the White House. November 13, DHEW Publication No. (HRA) Kindig, D.A. Interdisciplinary Education for Primary Health Care Team Delivery. Journal of Medicine Education, 50 (12): , Part 2, December Kindig, D.A. New Health Practitioners. Papers on the National Health Guidelines: II. The Priorities of Section 1502 of the National Health Planning and Resources Development Act. Health Resources Administration, Rockville, Maryland, Kindig, D.A. Prognosis for Rural Medicine. The New Physician, 25(7): 6, July 1976.
6 6 28. Kindig, D.A. Data Needs of Federal Agencies for Legislative Support and Operational Activities. Federation Bulletin. The Federation of State Medical Boards of the United States, 64(2): 40-48, February Kindig, D.A. Some Learnings About Teamwork in Health Care. In Philadelphia Interdisciplinary Health and Education Program, Proceedings of the Second National Institute 1977, p , February 14-16, Kindig, D.A., Sidel, V.W., Birnbaum, I. National Health Insurance for Inner City Underserved Areas: General Criteria and Analysis of a Proposed Administrative Mechanism. In Effects of the Payment Mechanism on the Health Care Delivery System, Proceedings of a Conference Held at Skyland Lodge, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia, 7-8 November 1977, DHEW Publication No.(PHS) , p Kindig, D.A. Linking Health Care and Jobs, New York Times OP Editorial, March 28, Kindig, D.A. It's Harder To Make Change Than I Thought. Stony Brook Health Sciences Center Visiting Lectureship in Health and Public Affairs - April 2, 1980, mimeo. 33. Kindig, D.A., Dunham, N.C. A Future Shortage of Residency Training Positions. New England Journal of Medicine, 306: , Kindig, D.A. Book Review of "Beyond the Veil", Book World, The Washington Post, February 20, Kindig, D.A. Book Review of "The Sick Citadel", Health Services Research, 19:2 (June 1984). 36. Taylor, C., Kornblatt, J., Kindig, D.A. Lessons Learned from the Urban Health Network Program. Journal of Ambulatory Care Management, 7(3):12-24, Kindig, D.A. Can Urban Hospitals be Good Neighbors? Prepared for the Montefiore Medical Center Centennial Symposium on "Urban Hospitals--Partners in Neighborhood Preservation," April 26, 1984.(unpublished) 38. Kindig, D.A., Lythcott, G. Share our Doctors Abroad. The New Physician, 33:10-11, Kindig, D.A. Competence and Compassion in Medicine. Wisconsin Academy Review, 32(1): Dec., Kindig, D.A., Taylor, C., Alemi, P. International Growth in Physician Supply: Journal of the American Medical Association, 253: June 7, Kindig, D.A., Taylor, C. Growth in the International Physician Supply: Journal of the American Medical Association, (Southeast Asia and Yugoslav Editions.) 42. Kindig, D.A., Dunham, N. Physician Specialist Growth into the 21st Century. Journal of Medical Education, 60: July, 1985, Movassaghi, H., Kindig, D.A. Selected Characteristics of Wisconsin Physicians. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 86: 22-25, Kindig, D.A., Lastiri, S. Administrative Medicine: A New Medical Specialty? Health Affairs, Winter 1986,
7 7 45. Kindig, D.A., Movassaghi, H., Dunham, N., Taylor, C., Zwich, D. Trends in Physician Availability in Ten Urban Areas From 1963 to Inquiry, February, Kindig, D.A. Book Review. In The Journal of Health Administration Education, 4:4, Fall 1986 of Political Analysis and American Medical Care: Essays by Theodore R. Marmor. New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 47. Kindig, D.A. Book Review. In Journal of the American Medical Association, Feb.13, 1987, Vol.257, No.6 of Governing University Hospitals in a Changing Environment by Thomas Choi, Robert F. Allison, and Fred Munson. Ann Arbor, Mich., Health Administration Press, pp. 48. Kindig, D.A. Book Review in Health Policy, Vol.7, No.3, June 1987 of Managing the Medical Enterprise: A Study of Physician Managers by Carol Betson. Ann Arbor, Mich., UMI Research Press, 1986, 191 pp. 49. Kindig, D.A., Li, M.C., Movassaghi, H. Change in Physician Availability and Selected Characteristics in the Nonmetropolitan Areas of the United States, , Chinese Rural Health Care Management, September, Kindig, D.A. Book Review. In Inquiry, 26(1): 133, Spring, The New Medical Marketplace--A Physician's Guide to the Health Care Revolution by A. Stoline & J.P. Weiner. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988, 210 pps. 51. Sager, M., Easterling, D., Kindig, D.A., Anderson, O. Changes in Location of Death After Passage of Medicare's Prospective Payment System: A National Study. New England Journal Medicine, 320: , Kindig, D.A. The Role of Administrative Medicine, Hospital and Health Services Administration, 34(1): 1-3, Spring, Movassaghi, H., Kindig, D.A. Medical Practice & Satisfaction of Physicians in Small Rural Counties of the United States: Results of a 1988 Survey. Journal of Rural Health, 5(2): , Kindig, D. Geographic Distribution of Physicians: Status, Policy Issues, and Research Questions. Prepared for the Council on Graduate Medical Education, USDHHS, June, 1989.(unpublished) 55. Kindig, D.A., Lastiri, S. The Changing Managerial Role of Physician Executives. Journal of Health Administration Education, 7(1): 33-46, Kindig, D.A. Management Education for the Physician Executive: Background and Issues. Journal of Health Administrative Education, 7(4): , Kindig, D.A., Movassaghi, H. The Adequacy of Physician Supply in Small Rural Counties of the United States? Health Affairs, 8: 63-76, Summer 1989.
8 8 58. Kindig, D.A. Administrative Medicine at the University of Wisconsin/Madison. Journal of Health Administration Education, 7(4): , Fall Kindig, D.A., Movassaghi, H. Trends in Physician Supply and Availability in Nonmetropolitan Counties of the United States National Rural Health Association Policy Paper, Dunham, N.C., Kindig, D.A., Lastiri, S., Vanderberg, J.A. Measuring the Impact of an HMO-Based Health Plan for Indigent Adults on Utilization, Access and Satisfaction. Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research, Volume 10: Risk-based Payments for Public Programs. (Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, Inc.) Kindig, D.A., Ramirez, B., and Lastiri, S. Cases in Health Management: A Problem Solving Approach. (In Spanish). 1989, Mexico City (HECAR). 62. Kindig, D., Sanborn, A. Is There a Master's Degree in Your Future? Physician Executive. January Kindig, D.A.et al., Variation in Health Resources and Characteristics among Different Types of Nonmetropolitan Counties in the United States. National Rural Health Association Policy Paper, Kindig, D.A. Physician Executives. A Dual Role Emerges. Decisions in Imaging Economics, 3(4):30-34, Autumn, Kindig, D.A. Policy Priorities for Rural Physician Supply. Academic Medicine, 65(12):S15-S17, December Supplement, Kindig, D.A., Dunham, N.C., Li, M.C. Career Paths of Physician Executives, Health Care Management Review, 16(4): 11-20, Kindig, D.A., Dunham, N. How Much Administration is Today's Physician Doing? Physician Executive, 17(1): 3-7, Dunham, N.C., Kindig, D.A., Lastiri-Quiros, S. Barham, M.T., Ramsay, P. Uncompensated and Discounted Medicaid Care Provided by Physicians Group Practices in Wisconsin, JAMA, 265(22): , Kindig, D.A., Ricketts, T. Determining Adequacy of Physician and Nurse Supply for Rural Populations. Journal of Rural Health Supplemental Issue, 7(4): , Fall, Chen-Yu De, Kindig, D.A. Cases in Chinese Health Management. Beijing, China, Kindig, D., Wang, H. The Relationship between Nonmetropolitan Commuting Patterns and Utilization of Health Resources in Nonmetropolitan Counties of the United States. Medical Care 30 (12): , 1992.
9 72. Stearns, S., Wolfe, B., Kindig, D. An Analysis of Physician Responses to Prepaid Incentives Versus Fee for Service Incentives. Inquiry, 29: , Movassaghi, H., Kindig, D.A., Juhl, N, Geller, J. Characteristics of Non-metropolitan Nurses: Results from the 1988 Sample Survey. J Rural Health, Kindig, D.A. The Health Care System Should Produce Health. On Wisconsin, September/October, l992, p Sanborn, A., Kindig, D.A. Training Programs in Administrative Medicine for Practicing Physicians. Medical Practice Management. Summer l992, pp Kindig, D.A., Movassaghi, J. Will the Supply and Distribution of Physicians be Appropriate for the National Needs in the Year 2000? In Barzansky, B., Gevitz, N. (Eds.), Beyond Flexner: Medical Education in the Twentieth Century. New York: Greenwood Press, 1992, Kindig, D., Schmelzer, J., Wang, H. Age Distribution and Turnover of Physicians in Nonmetropolitan Counties of the United States. Health Services Research, 27:4, October Kindig, D.A., Sullivan, R. (Ed.) Understanding Universal Health Programs: Issues and Options. Ann Arbor, MI: Health Administration Press, Kindig, D., Kovner, A. (Ed.) The Role of the Physician Executive: Cases and Commentary. Ann Arbor, MI: Health Administration Press, Summer Schmelzer, John Kindig, David A. Turnover of Physicians in Nonmetropolitan Counties of the United States National Health Association Policy Paper, 1992 (unpublished). 81. Kindig, D.A., Guo, Y. Physician Supply In Rural Areas With Large Minority Populations. Health Affairs, Summer, 1993, Kindig, D., Cultice, J., Mullan, F. The Elusive Generalist Physician: Can We Reach a 50% Goal? JAMA, 270, (9), , September 1993, 83. Kindig, D.A. Altering Specialty Balances. Physician Executive 19(6): 79-80, Kindig, D.A. The Health Care System Should Produce Health. Physician Executive 19(4): 39-40, Fickenscher, K., Kindig, D.A. Elements of the American Health Security Act of 1993.Physician Executive, 19(6): 4-16, Kindig, D.A., Libby, D. Setting State Health Spending Targets. Health Affairs, Spring (II) 1994, pp
10 Kindig, D.A. How Do Health Care Managers Use New Information to Increase Organizational Performance? AHCPR Conference on Effective Dissemination of Clinical and Health Information. The Journal of Health Administration Education, 12(1): 71-78, Kindig, D.A. Counting Generalist Physicians. JAMA, 271(9): , May, Dunham, N.C., Kindig, D.A.& Schulz, R. The Value of the Physician Executive Role to Organizational Effectiveness and Performance. Health Care Management Review 19(4): 56-63, Kindig, D.A., Libby, D. How Will Graduate Medical Education Reform Impact on Specialties and Geographic Areas? JAMA 272(1): 37-42, Stoddard, J., Kindig, D., Libby, D. Graduate Medical Education Reform: Service Delivery Transition Costs. JAMA 272(1): 53-58, Dunkin, J., Stratton, T., Movassaghi, H., Kindig, D. Characteristics of Metropolitan and Non- Metropolitan Community Health Nurses. Texas Journal of Rural Health, 1st Quarter: 18-27, Kindig, D.A. PAs in a Reformed Health Care System. JAAPA June: , Kindig, D.A. Specialist Glut, Generalist Shortage. Washington Post, Op. Ed. September 7, Kindig, D.A. Graduation on the Brink of Reform. The Einstein Quarterly. Journal of Biology and Medicine 11(4): , Dunham, N.C., Kindig, D.A., Libby, D. Wisconsin's future requirements for generalist physicians: Is the state's training capacity sufficient? Wisconsin Medical Journal, January 1995: pp Kindig, D.A. Residency Training in Community Health Centers--An Unfulfilled Opportunity. Public Health Reports, Vol 110, No 3, May-June 1995, Rivo, M.L., Mays, H., Katzoff, J., Kindig, D.A. Managed Health Care: Implications for the Physician Workforce and Medical Education. JAMA, 274 (9) Riportella-Muller, R., Libby, D., Kindig, D.A. Substitution of Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners for Physician Residents in Teaching Hospitals. Health Affairs, Summer 1995, pp Maynard, G., Lagerwey, M.D., Wendling, J.M., Kindig, D.A. Medical Staff Consolidation Issues and Concerns. Hospital & Health Services Administration.40:3, Fall 1995, pp
11 Rivo, M., Kindig, D.A. A Report Card on the Physician Work Force in the United States. NEJM, 334(14), 1996, pp Kindig, D.A. Federal Regulation and Market Forces in Physician Workforce Management. In The U.S. Health Workforce: Power, Politics, and Policy. AHC: Washington, D.C., M. Osterweis, C.J. McLaughlin, H. Manasse, Jr., and C Hopper, Eds., 1996, pp Kindig, D.A. What is an Adequate and Appropriate Physician Workforce for the New Delivery System? The Baxter Health Policy Review. Vol.II, Strategic Choices for a Changing Health Care System, S. Altman, U. Reinhardt, Editors, Health Administration Press. Chicago, IL, Chapter 2, Sullivan R.B., Watanabe M, Whitcomb ME and DA Kindig. The Evolution of Divergencies in Physician Supply Policy in Canada and the United States. JAMA, 276(9) , Kindig DA, Libby DL. Domestic Production Vs International Immigration: Options for the U.S. Physician Workforce. JAMA, 276(12), , Kindig, D.A. Do Physician Executives Make a Difference? Frontiers of Health Services Management, Spring 1997, 13(3), pp Libby, D., Zhou, Z., Kindig, D. Will Future Minority Physician Supply Meet National Needs? Health Affairs, 16:4, pp , July/August Kindig, D.A. How Do You Define the Health of Populations? The Physician Executive, 23, 7, pp.6-11, Sept/Oct Kindig, D.A. Managing Population Health. The Physician Executive 23(7): 34-39, Kindig, D.A. Purchasing Population Health: Paying for Results. University of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor, MI, Noren, J., Kindig, D., Springer, A. Challenges to Native American Health Care. Public Health Reports, 113, Jan./Feb.1998, pp Kindig, D. Purchasing Population Health: Aligning Financial Incentives to Improve Health Outcomes, Health Services Research, April 1998, pp Kindig, D.AHSR Presidential Speech: Beyond Health Services Research.HSR: Health Services Research 34:1 (April 1999, Part II).pp Kindig, D. Purchasing Population Health: Aligning Financial Incentives to Improve Health Outcomes, Nursing Outlook, January/February 1998, pp Kindig, D. The Role of Academic Health Systems in Promoting Population Health. Journal of Urban Health, June, 1999, pp Kindig, D., Cross Dunham, N., Eisenberg, J. Do Academic Health Centers Provide an Infrastructure for Health Services Research? Academic Medicine (1): pp Bonazza, J., Farrell, P., Albanses, M., and Kindig, D. Collaboration and Peer Review in Medical Schools Strategic Planning. Academic Medicine, May, : 118. Kindig, D., Wang, H., Remington, P. How Fast Can the Racial Gap in Life Expectancy between
12 12 White and Blacks be Eliminated? (MedGenMed, September 23, 1999, Medscape, Inc.) Kindig, D.A. Take a look at higher Medicare rates: Are they fair? Wisconsin State Journal Opinion, April 9, Libby, D., Kindig, D.A., Estimates of Physicians Needed to Supply Undeserved Americans Adequately Until Universal Coverage in Update on the Physician Workforce Council on Graduate Medical Education Resource Paper Compendium, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources Administration, August, 2000 pp Kindig, D., Farrell, P.M. Assessing Wisconsin s Health Needs and Priorities. Wisconsin Medical Journal 99(1): 25-6, Kindig, D. Purchasing Population Health: Paying for Results. Chinese Edition Hong Wang Translation, Milbank Memorial Fund/Chinese Health Economic Institute Publisher 123. Kindig, D., Value Purchasers in Health Care: Seven Case Studies. Milbank Memorial Fund.2001 New York Kindig, D., Seplaki, C., Libby, D. Death Rate Variation in US Subpopulations. Bulletin World Health Organization 80(1)9-15, Peppard, P., Kindig, D.A., Why Did Wisconsin Fall in State Health Rankings? Wisconsin Public Health and Health Policy Institute Issue Brief. February 2002 (Vol.3, No.2) Kindig, D., Newsom, R. Containing Wisconsin Health Care Costs. Wisconsin Public Health and Health Policy Institute Issue Brief. June 2002 (Vol.3, No.4) Asada, Y and Kindig, D. Considering Health Inequality. Wisconsin Public Health and Health Policy Institute Issue Brief. March 2003 (Vol.4, No.2) 128. Newsom, R, Kindig, D., Remington, P. Should We Keep Wisconsin's Physician Office Visit Data System? Wisconsin Public Health and Health Policy Institute Issue Brief. April 2003 (Vol.4, No.4) Kindig, D., Stoddart, G. What is Population Health? American Journal of Public Health 93(3): , Kindig, D., Health Crisis Isn t About Costs Alone, Wisconsin State Journal Opinion, September 23, Kindig, D., Day, P., Fox, D.M., Gibson, M., Knickman, J., Lomas, J., Stoddart, G., What New Knowledge Would Help Policymakers Better Balance Investments for Optimal Health Outcomes? Health Services Research 2003 (vol 38, No 6p2) Kindig, D, and Newsom R., Quality Measurement for Health Care Purchasing. Wisconsin Public Health and Health Policy Institute Health Policy Forum December 2003 Vol 1, No Kindig, D. The Case for Summary Measures of Population Health.2003 Unpublished Draft for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Peppard, PE, Kindig, D, Riemer, A, Dranger, E, Remington P.L. Wisconsin County Health Rankings 2003.Wisconsin Public Health and Health Policy Institute, Madison, WI 2003.
13 Bohlman, L, Panzer A. Kindig, D. Health Literacy: A Prescription to End Confusion. Institute of Medicine April 2004.National Academy Press, Washington DC Kindig, D., Good Education Policy is Crucial to Good Health. Wisconsin State Journal Op-Ed December Kindig, D., Newsom, R. Are Payers Ready to Reward Quality and Outcomes? Wisconsin Medical Journal 103 (3):42-43, Kempf, A, Kindig, D., How Fast Can Wisconsin Become Healthier? A Framework for Setting State Health Objectives. Wisconsin Public Health and Health Policy Issue Brief No.5 (9) Dec Kempf, A., Kindig, D., et al, How Do Wisconsin s Health Outcomes Compare to Those of Other Midwest States? Wisconsin Public Health and Health Policy Issue Brief No. 6 (2) June Parker, RM, Kindig, DA. Beyond the Institute of Medicine Health Literacy Report: Are the Recommendations Being Taken Seriously? Journal General Intern Medicine 21(8): , Booske, BC, Kindig, DA, Remington PL, Kempf AM, Peppard PE. How should We Measure Health-Related Quality of Life in Wisconsin? Brief Report Vol.1, No.1 March Kempf, AM, Remington, PL, Booske, BC, Kindig, DA, Peppard PE. The Burden of Excess Deaths in Wisconsin. Brief Report Vol.1, No.2 April Booske, BC, Remington, PL, Kempf, AM, Kindig, DA, Peppard, PE. The Causes of Excess Deaths in Wisconsin by Life Stage. Brief Report Vol.1, No.3. July Kempf, AM, Peppard, PE, Booske, BC, Kindig, DA, Remington, PL. Using Measures of Disparities as Indicators of the Health of Wisconsin. Brief Report Vol.1, No.3. August Size T, Kindig D, MacKinney C. Population Health Improvement and Rural Hospital Balanced Scorecards. J Rural Health 22:93-96, Kindig, DA. A Pay-for-Population Health Performance System. JAMA 296: , Reither EN, Peppard PE, Remington PL, Kindig, DA. Increasing Educational Disparities in Premature Adult Mortality, Wisconsin, Wisconsin Medical Journal 105(7):38-41, Kindig, DA. Understanding Population Health Terminology. Milbank Quarterly (1) Booske BC, Rohan AK, Athens JK, Kindig DA, Remington PL. Health of Wisconsin Report Card. University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, Booske BC, Kindig DK, Rohan AK, Jovaag A, Remington PL. Opportunities to Make Wisconsin the Healthiest State. University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, Kindig DA, Asada, Y, Booske B.A Population Health Framework for Setting National and State Health Goals. JAMA 299 (17) , 2008.
14 Kindig DA. Why is Minnesota s Health Better Than Ours? The Capital Times, Madison, WI April 19, 2008.Accessed 06/26/ Peppard PE, Kindig DA, Dranger E, Jovaag A, Remington PL. Ranking Community Health Status to Stimulate Discussion of Local Public Health Issues: The Wisconsin County Health Rankings. American Journal of Public Health 98(2): , Accessed 06/26/ Kindig, D. Beyond the Triple Aim: Integrating the NonMedical Sectors. Health Affairs Blog May 19, Niederdeppe J, Bu Q.L., Porismita B, Kindig D, Robert, S. Message Design Strategies to Raise Public Awareness of Social Determinants of Health and Population Health Disparities. The Milbank Quarterly 86(3); , Booske BC, Kindig DA, Nelson H, Remington PL. What Works: Policies and Programs to Improve Wisconsin s Health. University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, July, Remington PL, Moberg DP, Booske BC, Ceraso M, Friedsam D, Kindig DA. Dissemination Research: the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. Wisconsin Medical Journal 108(5): , Booske, BC, Rohan AM, Kindig DA, Remington PL. Grading the 50 states on health and health disparities. Preventing Chronic Disease 7(1), Kindig, DA, Peppard PE, Booske BC. How healthy could a state be? Public Health Reports 125(2): , Kindig, D. County Rankings Could Help Make Communities Healthier. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Perspective February 19, Kindig, D, Booske BC, Remington PL. Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health (MATCH): metrics, incentives, and partnerships for population health. Prev Chronic Dis 2010;7(4) Kindig, D and Mullahy, J. Comparative Effectiveness-Of What? Evaluating Strategies to Improve Population Health. JAMA. 2010;304(8): Kindig DA, Booske BC, Siemering KQ, Henry BL, Remington PL. Observations and recommendations From the Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health (MATCH) Expert Meeting. Prev Chronic Dis 2010;7(6) Niederdeppe J, Robert SA, Kindig DA. Qualitative research about attributions, narratives, and support for obesity policy, Prev Chronic Dis 2011;8(2) Cheng, Erika and Kindig, David. Disparities in Mortality Between Low and High Income Counties in the United States. 2011, submitted for publication.
15 15 Blog Postings from ImprovingPopulationHealth.org. 1. Is Population Health Finally Coming Into Its Own? (5/18/10) 2. Resources for Population Health Improvement: What About the Savings from Waste in Healthcare? (5/18/10) 3. Obstacles to Population Health Improvement: Is Anyone Accountable? (6/7/10) 4. Why Should People Who Care About Our Country s Health Contact the IRS Before July 22 nd? (6/12/10) 5. Population Health and the Federal Reserve Are You Kidding? (6/20/10) 6. How Much Can Expanded Community Health Centers Do? (6/27/10) 7. Do Advance Directives Have a Place in Population Health Improvement? (8/3/10) 8. Carrots and Sticks for Population Health Improvement (8/16/10) 9. Expanding the Scope of Comparative Effectiveness Research (8/24/10) 10. Population Health: If It s Everything, Is It Nothing? (9/8/10) 11. Will the Prevention and Public Health Fund s $15 Billion be Spared on September 14 th? (9/9/10) 12. Do We Need a Population Health Super-Integrator? (9/14/10) 13. How to Spend $15 Billion to Make America Healthier (9/21/10) 14. Can Healthcare Organizations Lead in Population Health Improvement? (9/28/10) 15. Help Shape the National Prevention Strategy (10/6/10) 16. Population Health Targets: Unpopular But Needed (10/12/10) 17. Now Online: MATCH Partnerships for Population Health Improvement (10/18/10) 18. Peter Orszag Has it Half Right (10/26/10) 19. Can We Afford to Wait for Better Evidence on Improving Child Health? (11/3/10) 20. Are We Individually Responsible for Our Health Behavior Choices? (11/10/10) 21. Sam Brownback of Kansas (R): A Population Health Governor? (11/17/10) 22. Healthcare Cost Containment Part I: Getting Serious About Controlling Expenditures (12/1/10)
16 Healthcare Cost Containment Part II: Can Rationing be Rational? (12/8/10) 24. Healthcare Cost Containment Part III: How to Bend the Curve (12/15/10) 25. Healthcare Cost Containment Part IV: Dollars and Sense at the End of Life (12/22/10) 26. Improving Population Health in 2011(1/4/11) 27. Unpacking the Triple Aim Model (1/11/11) 28. Assessing Today s Health And Tomorrow s (1/18/11) 29. Did You Find Population Health in the State of the Union? (1/26/11) 30. Which Outcomes Should We Improve? (2/1/11) 31. Is Chronic Disease Outcome a Population Health Burden? (2/8/11) 32. Doing Well or Doing Better (2/14/11) 33. Which Health Disparities Do We Want to Reduce? (2/22/11) 34. A Population Health Perspective on the Wisconsin Budget (3/9/11) 35. Bending Health Disparity Curves (3/14/11) 36. Investing in Educaiton (3/22/11) 37. Population Health Disparities: Rates or Burden? (4/14/11) 38. Medicare Cost-cutting Controversy (4/20/11) 39. The National Prevention Strategy Framework: Applause and Critique (4/20/11) 40. ACOs and Population Health: Strong Goals, Weak Requirements (4/26/11) 41. Measurement for Accountability in Public Health (5/10/11) 42. A Year in the Blogosphere (5/18/11) 43. Business Investment in Early Childhood: Making Future Workers Healthier (5/24/11) 44. Have You Heard of Primordial Prevention? (5/31/11) 45. Hospital Community Benefit: An Update and Opportunities and Challenges (6/14/11) 46. National Prevention Strategy Released (6/22/11) 47. David Brooks: Pop Health Columnist? (6/22/11)
17 The IOM Weighs in on Multisector Health Policy (6/29/11) 49. How Much Prevention Stuff Does Wisconsin Need? (7/7/11) 50. Population Health and the Physical Environment: Beyond Air and Water (7/19/11) 51. Modeling Long Run Population Health Costs and Outcomes (7/26/11)