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					                                    CURRICULUM VITAE
                               RICHARD L. KRAVITZ, MD, MSPH
                                  PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE

                                  University of California, Davis
                                  Division of General Medicine
                                    4150 V. Street, Suite 2400
                                     Sacramento, CA. 95817
                                   [916] 734-1248 (direct line)
                                   [916] 734-7005 (main line)
                                      [916] 734-1763 (fax)



EDUCATION:
1988     MSPH, Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of California, Los
         Angeles
1983     MD, University of California, San Francisco
1979     BS, Biological Sciences (With Distinction), Stanford University, Stanford, California


POST-GRADUATE TRAINING:
1986-1988 Clinical Scholar, Robert Wood Johnson - Veterans Administration Clinical Scholars
          Program, UCLA, Department of Medicine, Los Angeles, California
1984-1986 Resident, Internal Medicine, UCLA, Department of Medicine
1983-1984 Intern, UCLA Department of Medicine


MEDICAL CERTIFICATION:
1986      Diplomat, American Board of Internal Medicine
1984      Diplomat, National Board of Medical Examiners
1984      California State License (#G52777)


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
2006-               Director, CTSC K12 Fellowship Program
2003-               Co-Vice Chair for Research, UC Davis Department of Internal Medicine
1999-               Professor of Medicine, UC Davis Division of General Medicine
1996-2006           Director, UC Davis Center for Health Services Research in Primary Care
1996-1999           Associate Professor, UC Davis Division of General Medicine
1995-1996           Associate Professor (in Residence), UC Davis Division of General
                    Medicine
1993-1995           Assistant Professor (in Residence), UC Davis Division of General Medicine
1988-1993           Assistant Professor (in Residence), UCLA Department of Medicine
1988-               Research Associate, Social Policy Department, RAND Corporation
1988-1990           Co-Director, NCHSR Research Fellowship, RAND-UCLA Center for
Health Policy Studies


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CONSULTANCIES:
2005-6       Attorney General Consumer and Prescriber Grant Program, “The Marketing
             of Medicines: Development, Dissemination and Evaluation of a Critical
             Skills Curriculum for Prescribers”
2005         American College of Physicians, PIER (Depression Module)
2003         Journey to Health, Dallas Co. Community College District
2001-2002    Clinical Evidence (Subsidiary of BMJ Publishing Group)
2001         Healthwise, Inc.
2001         BestTreatment (Joint Venture of BMJ and United Health)
2001         RealAge Inc.


HONORS:
2006                       AcademyHealth, Article of the Year Award
2006                       Society of General Medicine, Best Published Research Paper of the Year
2005                       UC Davis Health System Ambassador of Diversity Award
2004                       AcademyHealth Outstanding Abstract (Health Disparities Category)
2003                       UC Davis School of Medicine Excellence in Research and Mentoring Award
1998                       Fellow, American College of Physicians
1997                       Fellow, Association for Health Services Research
1997                       UC Davis School of Medicine Faculty Research Award (annual award for
                           outstanding research contributions)
1993-1995                  Picker/Commonwealth Faculty Scholar
1993                       Association for Health Services Research, Article of the Year Award
1984                       Alpha Omega Alpha National Essay Award (Honorable Mention)
1979-1983                  Regents' Scholarship, University of California, San Francisco
1979                       Phi Beta Kappa, Stanford University


CLINICAL ACTIVITIES:
1993-         Attending Physician, UC Davis Health System (4 clinic sessions per month; 1
              to 2 months on wards and/or consults per year)
1988-93       Attending Physician, UCLA Hospital and Clinics (3 1/2 day clinic sessions per
              week; 1 to 2 months on wards per year)


GRANTS AND CONTRACTS: (Richard L. Kravitz is P.I. unless otherwise indicated)
Currently Funded Projects

1.     National Institute of Mental Health, R01 079387-01, “Targeted and Tailored Messages to
       Enhance Depression Care.” $2,934,256 total costs, 8/1/07-7/31/12.
2.     National Institute of Mental Health, K24 MH072756, “Improving Care for Comorbid Physical
       and Mental Illness,” $635,192, 10/1/05-9/30/10.
3.     American Cancer Society, “Patient Coaching to Reduce Cancer-Related Pain,” $1.51 million,
       1/1/06-12/31/09.
4.     California Office of Statewide Health Planning & Development, “California Coronary
       Outcomes Reporting Project,” Z. Li, P.I. 7/07-6/09, $850,000 (Co-investigator, 5%)




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Completed Projects

1.    UCLA Medical Education and Research Center, "Patients' Expectations for the Content of
      Ambulatory Visits." $2,500; 8/91 -7/92.
2.    University of California, Cancer Research Coordinating Committee, "Can A Visual Display of
      Patients' Pain Levels Improve Physicians' Treatment of Cancer-Related Pain?" $21,200; 1/92-
      6/93.
3.    Commonwealth Fund, "Is Coronary Angiography Underused Among the Medically
      Disadvantaged in Los Angeles County?" $97,000; 1/92-4/93.
4.    Kaiser Family Foundation, "Is Coronary Artery Revascularization Underused Among the
      Medically Disadvantaged in Los Angeles County?" $97,000; 1/92-4/93.
5.    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research,
      "Failure to Test or Monitor in a Medical Malpractice Claims Database." $87,000, 1991.
6.    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (Pepper Center), "A Randomized Trial of
      Post-Discharge Geriatric Assessment." (Co-Investigator) $750,000, 1991-94.
7.    Picker/Commonwealth Faculty Scholars Program, "Patients Expectations in Primary Care:
      Implications for Cost Containment and Patient Satisfaction." $100,000; 9/93-8/95.
8.    Hibbard E. Williams Grant Program, "Costs and Quality of Care for Patients' Requiring
      Interpreters," $49,600 7/96 - 6/97.
9.    UCDMC Rural Health and Telemedicine Program, “Evaluating a Jail Telemedicine Program,”
       $32,000, 4/97-10/98.
10.   California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development, “Improving the Use of
      Cesarean Section in California,” $185,000, 1/1/97-6/30/99.
11.   U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research,
      “A Taxonomy of Patient Requests and Physician Responses Under Managed Care,” $56,688,
      3/1/98-2/28/99.
12.   California Healthcare Foundation, “Evaluating Health Information on the Internet,” Gretchen
      Berland, P.I., $500,000, 7/00-12/00 (5%).
13.   Alpha Center (RWJF), “Quality of Care and Conditions of Practice: Physicians’
      Perceptions,” $100,000, 1/00-12/00.
14.   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, “Patient Requests and Physician Responses Under
      Managed Care,” $322,000, 9/1/98-8/31/00.
15.   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, “Palliative Care for Special Populations,” F. Meyers,
      P.I., $450,000, 10/98 – 9/01. (Evaluation Director, 5%).
16.   National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, “North-Central California Center for
      AIDS Research,” Richard Pollard, PI. $2.25mil, 9/1/01-8/30/04 (Evaluation Director, 15%)
17.   UC Davis School of Medicine Research Award, “The Clinical Negotiation Between Elderly
      Patients and their Physicians,” D. Paterniti, PI, $150,000, 7/01-6/03 (Co-investigator, 5%)
18.   Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research, “Hand Held Computers to Reduce Warfarin-
      Associated Errors,” R. White, PI. $1.3 million, 10/01-9/04 (no cost extension through 10/05)
      (Co-investigator, 5%)
19.   National Institutes of Mental Health, R01 MH064683, “Consumer Influences on Treatment of
      Depression,” $2.1 mil, 9/1/02-8/31/05 (no cost extension through 8/06)
20.   Pfizer, Inc. “Accounting for Heterogeneity of Treatment Effects,” $293,000 7/15/05-3/31/07.
21.   Pfizer, Inc. “N-of-1 Trials” and “Evidence Farming,” $550,000 9/1/06-8/31/08. (NCE through
      2/28/09)
22.   Center for Disease Control, “Enhancing Shared Decision Making in Prostate Cancer
      Screening,” M. Wilkes, P.I. 4/05-3/08 (NCE through 8/09) (Co-investigator, 2.5%)




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PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:
Society of General Internal Medicine
- Editor, SGIM Forum and Ex Officio Member of Council, 2005-2008
American College of Physicians
California Medical Association
- Committee of Medical Student Representatives, 1981-1983
- California House Officers Medical Society
- Governing Council, 1986-1988
- Secretary, 1987-1988
- Delegate to the AMA-Resident Physicians Section, 1986-1988


UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY SERVICE:

University of California, Davis
-Director, Center for Health Services Research in Primary Care, 1996-
-School of Public Health Mission and Vision Committee, 2006
-Search Committee Member, Associate Director Office of Sponsored Programs, 2005-6

UC Davis School of Medicine and Medical Center
- Chair, Nominations Committee, Graduate Group in Clinical Research, 2006-
- Chair, Search Committee for Executive Associate Dean, 2005
- Chair, Ad Hoc Committee on the Scholarly Project Requirement, 2004
- Dean’s MPH Advisory Board, 2003-
- Academic Senate Faculty Executive Committee, 2002-2005
- Research Affairs Committee, 1997-2002
- Ad Hoc Committee for Curricular Evaluation, 1996
- Dean's Managed Care Conference Evaluation Committee, 1996
- Committee on Educational Policy, 1995-1997
- Medical School Admission Committee (interviewed 3 candidates, 1995
- Shriners Outcomes Research Center Planning Committee, 1994-1995
  (Co-chairperson; helped to develop proposal for presentation to Shriners 4/94)
- Strategic Planning: Research, 1994-1995
- Committee on Physician Health
- Information Services Oversight Committee, 1997-2004
- Utilization Review Committee, 1994-1995

Graduate Group in Epidemiology
-Chair, Membership Committee, 2007-
-Written Examination Committee, 2000-present
- Oral Examination Committee (ongoing) [Louise Miranda (1997), Bruce Hoar (1998), Peggy
Giannoni (2000), Ed Barakatt (2000), Banafsheh Sadeghi (2004), Nyann Wagner (2004), Madhan
Damar (2005)]

UC Davis Department of Medicine
- Co-Vice Chair for Research, 2003-
- Search Committee Chair, Program in Vascular Health and Disease, 2005-6
- MD-RESPECT Ad Hoc Committee on Residency Reform, 2004-5
- Ad Hoc Residency Program Review Committee, 2003-4

UC Davis Center for Health Services Research in Primary Care
-Immediate Past Director, 2006-
- Director, 1996-2006
- Ad Hoc Planning Committee, 1995
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- Executive Committee, 1995-

UCLA Center for Health Sciences
- Risk Management Committee, 1988-1991
- Service Chiefs Committee, Medical Service, 1992-1993
- Ad Hoc Committee on Laboratory Utilization, 1992-1993
- Housestaff Selection Committee, 1992-1993

Society of General Internal Medicine
- SGIM Forum Editor (term 2005-2008)
- Lawrence Linn Research Award Selection Committee, 1993-
- Abstract Selection Committee, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2008
- Co-Chair, Abstract Selection Committee, 1995 National Meeting
- Chair, Scientific Program, 2000 Annual Meeting

U.S. Office of Technology Assessment
- Defensive Medicine Advisory Panel, 1992-1994


REVIEWER FOR:
Medical Care, Journal of the American Medical Association, New England Journal of Medicine,
Journal of General Internal Medicine, Agency for Health Care Policy & Research, Annals of
Internal Medicine, Social Science and Medicine, General Hospital Psychiatry


GRADUATE STUDENT TEACHING:

Dissertation advisor/qualifying exam committee member for:
a) Lois Davis (PhD, UCLA School of Public Health)
b) Michael Wilkes (PhD, UCLA School of Public Health)
c) Marianne Laouri (PhD, UCLA School of Public Health)
d) Leah Estberg (PhD, UCD Graduate Group in Epidemiology)
e) Louise Miranda (PhD., UCD Graduate Group in Epidemiology)
f)   Peggy Giannoni (PhD, UCD Graduate Group in Epidemiology)
g) Bruce Hoar (PhD, UCD Graduate Group in Epidemiology)
h) Edward Barakatt, 2002-2004 (UCD Graduate Group in Epidemiology)
i)   Banafsheh Sadeghi 2004 (UCD Graduate Group in Epidemiology)
j)   Madan Dharmar, 2005 (UCD Graduate Group in Epidemiology)
k) Nicole Bloser Gabler, 2005- (UCD Graduate Group in Epidemiology)
l)   Elizabeth Yakes, 2008 (UCD Graduate Group in Epidemiology)

Senior research project advisor to:
a) Eliot Wong, MD (1995)
b) Ken Maybury, MD (1995)
c) Greg Redmond, MD (1995)
d) Christina Fritsch (1996-97)
e) Andrea Ciaranello (2002-5)
f)   Ian Logan, MD (2006)
g) Christopher Moreland, MD (2007)

Research advisor to:

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a)     Jennifer Wright, MS II (1995-1996)
b)     Sheila Krishnan, BS (2002-2005)
c)     Camille Cipri, BS (2005-2007)

Major professor for:
a) Yali Bair, Cand. Phil, UCD Graduate Group in Epidemiology
b) Carol Parise, Cand. Phil, UCD Graduate Group in Epidemiology
c) Karla Van Meter, Cand. Phil, UCD Graduate Group in Epidemiology
d) Nicole Bloser, Cand Phil, UCD Graduate Group in Epidemiology

Courses taught:
a) Clinical Epidemiology and Study Design: small-group leader, July 2003 (18 contact hours),
     July 2004 (8 contact hours), and July 2005 (10 contact hours)
b) K30 Introduction to Health Services Research: instructor of record, July-September, 2004;
     July – September, 2005; July-September, 2006; July-August 2007; July-August 2008
c) EPI 291-001: co-instructor of record, Winter 2005, and Spring 2005
d) Chronic Disease Epidemiology (EPI 260), Guest Lecturer, “Case Mix Adjustment”, April
     11, 2007; May 2008


UNDERGRADUATE AND MEDICAL STUDENT TEACHING:

2008         Instructor, Doctoring 2, “EPI Literature Review”, Summer
2007         Instructor of Record, FR001-019, “Topics in Health Communication”, Spring
2003         Instructor, IMD 470; 4th Year Elective – “Landmark Clinical Trials and Evidence-
             Based Medicine” (Ezra Amsterdam, MD)
             Instructor, EPI 299 (Karla Van Meter)
1998-0       Instructor, IMD 199 (Carrie Willis, Liza Silverio, Robert Dominguez)
1997         Instructor, IMD 199, Research Topics, Winter Quarter 1997
             (Susanne Marie Holst; Megan Francis Mihok)
1995-7       Instructor, FR 001, Freshman Seminar, "A Critical Approach to Prevention"


INVITED PRESENTATIONS (past 5 years):

2008         “Psychiatry and Primary Care: Shared Challenges, Shared Solutions” Keynote
             Address, Central California Psychiatric Society, Monterey, California, March 8.

2007         “The Death of the Cognitive Specialist?” Keynote Address, Northern California
             Chapter, American College of Physicians, Dec 1.

2007         “Role of Generalists in the Clinical Translational Science Awards Program,” Society
             of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, April 30.

2007         “Direct to Consumer Advertising of Prescription Drugs and the Health of the Public,”
             Medicine Grand Rounds, West Los Angeles VA Medical Center, February 28

2006         “Patients as Agents for Quality in Primary Care,” Academy of Psychosomatic
             Medicine 53rd Annual Meeting, Tucson, Arizona, November 17.

2006         “Developing a Strategic Plan for Research” (invited panelist), UCD Department of

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             Psychiatry, November 3

2006         “Heterogeneity of Treatment Effects: What Is It and What Does It Mean?” Conference
             on Role of Technology in Healthcare and Advocacy, San Francisco, October 26

2006         “Communicating Risk in DTCA” (invited panelist), AHRQ Effective Communication
             Think Tank, Rockville, Maryland, September 28-29

2006         “Chronic Medical Conditions and Depression,” Depression Comorbidity Roundtable,
             Prescott Medical Communications, Seattle, Washington, September 18

2006         “Impact of DTC on Prescribing.” National Consumers League (panel with Dean
             Lillard and Joel Weissman), Washington DC, June 29

2006         “Direct to Consumer Advertising of Antidepressants and the Health of the Public”,
             Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, University of Washington, Seattle, June 22

2006         “Using Standardized Patients in Research” SGIM Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA,
             April 28

2006         “Scholarship in General Internal Medicine” (panel moderator), SGIM Regional
             Meeting, Palo Alto, CA., March 17

2006         “Clinically Significant Heterogeneity of Treatment Effects: Absence of Evidence or
             Evidence of Absence” Scientific Roundtable on HTE, Washington DC, March 8

2005         “Direct-to-Consumer Advertising in the US: Clinical and Ethical Considerations for
             Rheumatologists,” American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting, San Diego,
             CA, November 15

2005         “The Impact of Direct-to-Consumer Drug Advertising on Seniors’ Health, and Health
             Care Costs.” United States Senate – Special Committee on Aging, Washington, DC,
             September 29

2005         “Influence of Patients’ Requests for Directly Advertised Antidepressants,”
             AcademyHealth Best Abstracts Plenary, Boston, MA, June 28

2005         “Influence of Patients’ Requests for Directly Advertised Antidepressants,” Bay Area
             Health Care Quality and Outcomes Conference, Stanford, CA, May 27

2005         “Influence of Patients’ Requests for Directly Advertised Antidepressants”, Society of
             General Internal Medicine Plenary Session, New Orleans, LA, May 12

2005         “Factors Influencing Mental Health Referral in Primary Care – Results from a
             Randomized Trial Using Standardized Patients”, Society of General Internal Medicine
             Plenary Session, New Orleans, LA, May 12

2005         “DTC Advertising and Quality of Care for Depression”, UC Berkeley Health Services
             Research and Policy Analysis Seminar, Berkeley, CA, April 19

2004        “What Do Patients Want and How Can We Help Them Get It,” SNOCAP Convocation

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             Plenary Speaker, Denver, Colorado, November 5.

2004        “Patient Influences on Medical Decision-Making”, Cognitive Perspectives on Mental
            Health Practice, e National Institute of Mental Health Workshop, May 4.

2004        “Clinical Decision Making: Utilizing Evidence-Based Medicine”, Clinical
             Application of Recent Advances in Pharmacology: For Physicians, Nurses and
             Pharmacists. UC Davis Health System, April 23.



PUBLICATION LIST (Peer Reviewed):

(1) 1984          Kravitz RL: Why the Hippocratic Oath is Worth Preserving. The Pharos, 47(1):37-9.

(2) 1989          Kravitz RL, Shapiro MF, Linn LS: Risk Factors Associated With Participation in the
                  Ontario Doctors' Strike. Am J Public Health, 79:1227-33.

(3) 1990          Kravitz RL: Conflicting Responsibilities in Health Services Research. Journal of
                  General Internal Medicine, 5(2):170-174.

(4) 1990          Kravitz RL, Linn LS, Shapiro MF: Physician Satisfaction Under the Ontario Health
                  Insurance Plan. Medical Care, 28(6):502-512.

(5) 1990          Kravitz RL, Linn LS, Zawacki B: To Strike or Not to Strike: Housestaff Attitudes
                  and Behaviors During a Hospital Work Action. Western Journal of Medicine,
                  153(5):515-519.

(6) 1991          Hayward RA, Kravitz RL, Shapiro MF: Program Directors' Attitudes Towards
                  Residents' Care of Persons With AIDS. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 6:18-
                  26.

(7) 1991          Zawacki B, Kravitz RL, Linn LS: Ethical Counseling for Housestaff Considering a
                  Strike. The Journal of Clinical Ethics, 2(1):5-10.

(8) 1991          Hayward RA, Kravitz RL, Shapiro MF: The U.S. and Canadian Health Care Systems:
                  Views of Resident Physicians. Annals of Internal Medicine, 115(4):308-314.

(9) 1991          Kravitz RL, Rolph JE, McGuigan K: Malpractice Claims Data as a Quality
                  Improvement Tool: I. Epidemiology of Error in Four Specialties. JAMA,
                  266(15):2087-2092.


(10) 1991         Rolph JE, Kravitz RL, McGuigan K: Malpractice Claims Data as a Quality
                  Improvement Tool: II. Is Targeting Effective? JAMA, 266(15):2093-2097.


(11) 1992         Greenfield S, Nelson EC, Zubkoff M, Manning W, Rogers W, Kravitz RL, Keller A,
                  Tarlov AR, Ware JE: Variations in Resource Utilization Among Medical Specialties
                  and Systems of Care: Results From the Medical Outcome Study. JAMA,
                  267(12):1624-1630.

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(12) 1992         Kravitz RL, Greenfield S, Rogers W, Manning WG, Zubkoff M, Nelson EC, Tarlov
                  AR, Ware JE: Differences in the Mix of Patients Among Medical Specialties and
                  Systems of Care: Results from the Medical Outcomes Study. JAMA, 267(12):1617-
                  1623.

(13) 1992         Kravitz RL, Shapiro MF: Duration and Intensity of Striking Among Participants in
                  the Ontario, Canada Doctors' Strike. Medical Care, 30(8):737-743.

(14) 1992         Kravitz RL, Leake B, Linn LS, Zawacki B: A Public Hospital Nurses' Strike.
                  Western Journal of Nursing Research, 14(5):645-661.

(15) 1992         Kravitz RL, Linn LS: Conditions That Justify Strikes as Perceived by Housestaff at a
                  Public Hospital. Academic Medicine, 67:342-344.

(16) 1992         Wilkes M, Kravitz RL: Medical Researchers and the Media: Attitudes Toward
                  Public Dissemination of Research. JAMA, 268(8):999-1003.

(17) 1992         Sherbourne C, Hays RD, DiMatteo R, Kravitz RL, Ordway L: Antecedents of
                  Adherence to Medical Treatment: Results From the Medical Outcomes Study.
                  Behavioral Medicine, 15(5):447-468.

(18) 1993         Kravitz RL, Thomas N, Sloss E, Hosek S: Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction in
                  Institutional Practice: Results From A Survey of Military Physicians. Military
                  Medicine, 158(1):41-50.

(19) 1993         DiMatteo R, Sherbourne CD, Hays RD, et al: Physicians' Characteristics and Patient
                  Adherence to Medical Treatment in the Medical Outcomes Study. Health
                  Psychology, 12(2):93-102.

(20) 1993         Kravitz RL, Hays RD, Sherbourne C, et al: Recall of Recommendations and
                  Adherence to Advice Among Patients With Chronic Medical Conditions: Results
                  From the Medical Outcomes Study. Archives of Internal Medicine, 153(16):1869-
                  1880.


(21) 1994         Kravitz RL, Cope DW, Bhrany V, Leake B: Internal Medicine Patients' Expectations
                  for Care During Office Visits. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 9(2):75-81.

(22) 1994         Hays, RD, Kravitz RL, Mazel, RM, Sherbourne CD, DiMatteo M.R, Rogers WH, and
                  Greenfield S. The Impact of Patient Adherence on Health Outcomes for Patients with
                  Chronic Disease in the Medical Outcomes Study. Journal of Behavioral Medicine,
                  17(4):347-360.

(23) 1994         Kravitz RL, Reuben DB, Davis JW, Mitchell A, Hemmerling K, Kington, RS, and Siu
                  AL: Geriatric Home Assessment After Hospital Discharge. Journal of American
                  Geriatrics Society, 42(12):1229-1234. (December 1994) .

(24) 1995         Kravitz RL, Greenfield S. Variations in Resource Utilization Among Medical
                  Specialties and Systems of Care. Annual Reviews Public Health, 16:431-445.


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(25) 1995         Kravitz RL, Laouri M, Kahan JP, Guzy P, Sherman CT, Hilborne L, Brook RH.
                  Validity of Criteria for Detecting Underuse of Coronary Revascularization. JAMA,
                  274(3):632-638.

(26) 1995         Wilkes M, Kravitz RL: Policies, Practices, and Attitudes of North American Journal
                  Editors. J Gen Intern Med, 10:443-450.

(27) 1995         Borowsky SJ, Kravitz RL, Laouri M, Leake B, Partridge J, Kaushik V, Haywood LJ,
                  Brook R. Effect of Physician Specialty on Use of Necessary Coronary Angiography.
                  J Am Coll Cardiol, 26(6):1484-91.

(28) 1996         Siu AL, Kravitz RL, Keeler E, Hemmerling K, Kington R, Davis JW, Mitchell A,
                  Burton TM, Morgenstern H, Beers MH, and Reuben DB. Postdischarge Geriatric
                  Assessment of Hospitalized Frail Elderly Patients. Arch Intern Med, 156:76-81.

(29) 1996         Kravitz RL. Patients' Expectations for Medical Care: An Expanded Formulation
                  Based on Review of the Literature. Medical Care Research and Review, 53(1):3-27.

(30) 1996         Glassman PA, Rolph JE, Petersen LP, Bradley MA, Kravitz RL. Physicians' Personal
                  Malpractice Experiences Are Not Related to Defensive Clinical Practices. Journal of
                  Health Politics, Policy and Law, 21(2):219-242.

(31) 1996         Kravitz RL, Delafield J, Hays RD, Drazin R, Conolly M. Bedside Charting of Pain
                  Levels in Hospitalized Patients with Cancer. A Randomized Controlled Trial. J Pain
                  Symptom Mgmt, 11(2):81-87.

(32) 1996         Kravitz RL, Callahan EJ, Paterniti D, Antonius D, Dunham M, Lewis CE. Prevalence
                  and Sources of Patients' Unmet Expectations for Care. Annals Intern Med, 1996;
                  125(9):730-737.

(33) 1996         Kravitz RL, Callahan EJ, Azari R, Antonius D, and Lewis CE. Assessing Patients'
                  Expectations in Ambulatory Medical Practice: Does The Measurement Approach
                  Make A Difference? J Gen Intern Med, 12(1):67-72.

(34) 1997         Glassman PA, Kravitz RL, Petersen LP, Rolph JE. Differences in Clinical Decision
                  Making Between Internists and Cardiologists. Arch Intern Med, 157:506-512.

(35) 1997         Laouri M, Kravitz RL, French WJ et al. Underuse of Coronary Revascularization
                  Procedures: Application of a Clinical Method. J Am Col Cardiol, 29:891-97.

(36) 1997         Laouri M, Kravitz RL, Bernstein SJ et al. Underuse of Coronary Angiography:
                  Application of a Clinical Method. International J Quality Health Care, 9:15-22.

(37) 1997         Kravitz RL, Laouri M. Measuring and Averting Underuse of Necessary Cardiac
                  Procedures: A Summary of Results and Future Directions. The Joint Commission
                  Journal on Quality Improvement, 23:268-76.

(38) 1997         Kravitz RL, Rolph J, Petersen L. Omission-Related Malpractice Claims and the
                  Limits of Defensive Medicine. Medical Care Research and Review, 54(4):456-71.

(39) 1997         Kravitz RL, Park RE, Kahan JP. Measuring the Clinical Consistency of Panelists'

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                  Appropriateness Ratings: The Case of Coronary Bypass Surgery. Health Policy,
                  42(2):135-43.

(40) 1997         Bell R, Kravitz RL, Siefkin AD, Foulke GE. Physicians’ Attitudes Toward Managed
                  Care: Assessment and Potential Effects on Practice Behaviors. Am J Managed Care,
                  3(9): 1297-304.

(41) 1998         Kravitz RL, Zwanziger J, Sloss EM, McCaffrey D, Hosek SD. Effect of a Large
                  Managed Care Program on Emergency Department Use: Results from the
                  CHAMPUS Reform Initiative evaluation. Annals of Emergency Medicine,
                  31(6):741-8.
(42) 1998         Foulke GE, Bell RA, Siefkin AD, Kravitz RL. Attitudes and Behavioral Intentions
                  Regarding Managed Care: A Comparison of Academic and Community Physicians.
                  Am J Managed Care, 4(4).

(43) 1998         Lazarus GS, Foulke G, Bell RA, Siefkin AD, Keller K, Kravitz RL. The Effects of a
                  Managed Care Educational Program on Faculty and Trainee Knowledge, Attitudes
                  and Behavioral Intentions. Academic Med, 73(10): 1107-13.

(44) 1999         Bell RA, Wilkes MS, Kravitz RL. Advertisement-induced Prescription Drug
                  Requests: Patients' Anticipated Reactions to a Physician Who Refuses. J Family
                  Practice, 48(6): 446-52.

(45) 1999         Donohoe MT, Kravitz RL, Wheeler DB, Chandra R, Chen A, Humphries N. Reasons
                  for Outpatient Referrals from Generalists to Specialists. J General Intern Med, 14:
                  281-86.

(46) 1999         Kravitz RL, Bell RA, Franz CE. A Taxonomy of Requests by Patients (TORP): a
                  New System for Understanding Clinical Negotiation in Office Practice. J Fam Pract
                  1999; 11:872-78.

(47) 2000         Kravitz RL, Callahan EJ. Patients’ Perceptions of Omitted Examinations and Tests: a
                  Qualitative Analysis. J General Intern Med, 15(1): 38-45.

(48) 2000         Shekelle PG, Kravitz RL, Beart J, Marger M, Wang M, Lee M. Are Nonspecific
                  Practice Guidelines Potentially Harmful? A Randomized Comparison of the Effect
                  of Nonspecific versus Specific Guidelines on Physician Decision Making. Health
                  Services Research, 34(7): 1429-1448.

(49) 2000         Bell, RA, Kravitz RL, Wilkes MS. Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug
                  Advertising, 1989-1998. A Content Analysis of Conditions, Targets, Inducements,
                  and Appeals. J Fam Pract, 49 (4): 329-35.

(50) 2001         Wilkes MS, Bell RA, Kravitz RL. Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Advertising:
                  Trends, Impact and Implications. Health Affairs, 19 (2): 110-28.

(51) 2000         Zwanziger J, Kravitz RL, Hosek SD, Hart K, Sloss EM, Sullivan O, Kallich JD.
                  Providing Managed Care Options for a Large Population: Evaluating the
                  CHAMPUS Reform Initiative. Civilian Health and Medical Program of the
                  Uniformed Services. Mil Med, 165(5):403-10.


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(52) 2000 Kravitz RL, Helms LJ, Azari, R, Antonius D, Melnikow J. Comparing the Use of
          Physician Time and Health Care Resources Among Patients Speaking English,
          Spanish and Russian. Medical Care 38:728-38.

(53) 2000 Zatzick DF, Kang S, Kim SY, Leigh P, Kravitz R, Drake C, Sue S, Wisner D.
          Patients with Recognized Psychiatric Disorders in Trauma Surgery: Incidence,
          Inpatient Length of Stay and Costs. The Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection and
          Critical Care. 49: 487-95.

(54) 2000 Kaplan SH, Kravitz RL, Greenfield S. A Critique of Current Uses of Health Status
          for Assessing Treatment Effectiveness and Quality of Care. Medical Care 38:
          (suppl) II 184-91.

(55) 2000 Bell RA, Wilkes MS, Kravitz RL. The Educational Value of Consumer-Targeted
          Prescription Drug Print Advertising. J Fam Pract 49: 1092-8.

(56) 2000 Ginsburg ME, Kravitz RL, Sandberg WA. A Survey of Physician Attitudes and
          Practices Concerning Cost-Effectiveness in Patient Care. West J Med 173: 390-94.

(57) 2001 Derlet RW, Richards JR, Kravitz RL. Frequent Overcrowding in U.S. Emergency
           Departments. Academic Emergency Medicine 8: 151-55.

(58) 2001 Asch SM, Sloss EM, Hogan C, Brook RH, Kravitz RL. Measuring Underuse of
          Necessary Care Among Elderly Medicare Beneficiaries Using Inpatient and
          Outpatient Claims. JAMA 294: 2325-33.

(59) 2001 Zwanziger J, Hart K, Kravitz RL, Sloss E. Evaluating Large and
          ComplexDemonstrations: The CHAMPUS Reform Initiative Experience. Health
          Services Research 35(6): 1229-44.

(60) 2001 Kravitz RL. Measuring Patients’ Expectations and Requests. Annals of Internal
          Medicine. 134: 881-8.


(61) 2001 Berland GK, Elliott MN, Morales LS, Algazy JI, Kravitz RL, Broder MS, Kanouse
          DE, Munoz JA, Puyol JA, Lara M, Watkins KE, Yang H, McGlynn EA. Health
          Information on the Internet: Accessibility, Quality, and Readability in English and
          Spanish. JAMA. 285:2612-21.

(62) 2001 Molitor F, Kravitz RL, To YY, Fink A. Methods in Survey Research: Evidence for
          the Reliability of Group Administration vs Personal Interviews. Am J Public
          Health. 91:826-7.

(63) 2001 Zatzick DF, Kang SM, Hinton WL, Kelly RH, Hilty DM, Franz CE, Le L, Kravitz
          RL. Posttraumatic Concerns: a Patient-Centered Approach to Outcome Assessment
          After Traumatic Physical Injury. Med Care. 39:327-39.

(64) 2001 Oliver JW, Kravitz RL, Kaplan SH, Meyers FJ. Individualized Patient Education
          and Coaching to Improve Pain Control Among Cancer Outpatients. J Clin Oncol.
          19:2206-12.


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(65) 2001 Mangione-Smith R, McGlynn EA, Elliott, MN, McDonald L, Franz CE, Kravitz
          RL. Parent Expectations for Antibiotics, Doctor-Parent Communication, and
          Satisfaction. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. 151:800-6.

(66) 2001 Bair YA, Garcia JA, Romano PS, Siefkin AD, Kravitz RL. Does "Mainstreaming"
          Guarantee Access to Care for Medicaid Recipients with Asthma? J Gen Intern
          Med.;16:475-481.

(67) 2001 Melnikow J, Romano P, Gilbert WM, Schembri M, Keyzer J, Kravitz RL. Vaginal
          Birth After Cesarean in California. Obstet Gynecol. 98:421-6.

(68) 2001 Bell RA, Kravitz RL, Thom D, Krupat E, Azari R. Unsaid but Not Forgotten:
          Patients’ Unvoiced Desires in Office Visits. Arch Intern Med; 161:1977-84.

(69) 2001 Krupat E, Bell RA, Kravitz RL, Thom D, Azari R. When Physicians and Patients
          Think Alike: Patient-Centered Beliefs and Their Impact on Satisfaction and Trust. J
          Fam Pract; 50:1057-62.

(70) 2001 Goore Z, Mangione-Smith R, Elliott MN, McDonald L, Kravitz RL. How Much
          Explanation is Enough? A Study of Parent Requests for Information and Physician
          Responses. Ambul Pediatr. 1(6):326-32

(71) 2002 Kravitz RL, Bell RA, Azari R, Krupat E, Kelly-Reif S, Thom D. Request
          Fulfillment in Office Practice: Antecedents and Relationship to Outcomes. Med
          Care; 40:38-51.

(72) 2002 Mintzes B, Barer ML, Kravitz RL, Kazanjian A, Bassett K, Lexchin J, Evans RG,
          Pan R, Marion SA. Influence of Direct to Consumer Pharmaceutical Advertising
          and Patients’ Requests on Prescribing Decisions: Two Site Cross Sectional Survey.
           BMJ;324:278-9.

(73) 2002 Kravitz RL, Bell RA, Franz CE, Elliot M, Amsterdam E, Willis C, Silverio L.
          Characterizing Patient Requests and Physician Responses in Office Practice. Health
          Services Research; 37:217-38.

(74) 2002 Leigh JP, Kravitz RL, Schembri M, Samuels SJ, Mobley S. Physician career
          satisfaction across specialties. Arch Intern Med;162(14):1577-84.

(75) 2002 Bell RA, Kravitz RL, Thom DH, Krupat E, Azari R. Unmet Expectations for Care
          and the Patient-Physician Relationship. J Gen Intern Med; Nov: 17(11): 817-824.

(76) 2002 Thom DH, Kravitz RL, Bell RA, Azari R, Krupat E. Patient Trust in the Physician:
          Relation to Patient Requests. Family Practice; 19: 476-483.

(77) 2003 Mintzes B, Barer ML, Kravitz RL, Bassett K, Lexchin J, Kazanjian A, Evans RG,
          Pan R, Marion SA. How Does Direct-to-Consumer Advertising (DTCA) Affect
          Prescribing? A Survey in Primary Care Environments With and Without Legal
          DTCA. CMAJ; Sep: 2, 2003; 169 (5).

(78) 2003 Kravitz RL, Bell RA, Azari R, Thom D, Krupat E. What do Patients Want and Do
          They Get It? Requests for Services in Office Practice. Arch Intern Med; July 28,

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                2003; 163: 1673-1681.

(79) 2003 Street RL, Krupat E, Bell RA, Kravitz RL, Haidet P. Beliefs About Control in the
          Physician-Patient Relationship: The Effect on Communication in Medical
          Encounters. JGIM; 2003; 18:609-616.

(80) 2003 Kravitz RL, Leigh P, Samuels SJ, Schembri M, Gilbert WM. Tracking Career
          Satisfaction and Perceptions of Quality Among US Obstetricians and
          Gynecologists. Obstet Gynecol 2003; 102:463-70.

(81) 2003 Garcia JA, Paterniti DA, Romano PS, Kravitz RL. Patient Preferences for
          Physician Characteristics in University-Based Primary Care Clinics. Ethn Dis
          2003; 13:259-267.

(82) 2003 Ringel SP, Vickrey BG, Schembri M and Kravitz RL. Neurologists’ Assessment of
          Their Ability to Provide High Quality Care. Neurology 61: 612-15.

(83) 2003 Kravitz RL, Krackhardt D, Franz C, Romano P, Melnikow J, Zach A. Networked
          for Change? Identifying California’s Obstetrical Opinion Leaders and Assessing
          Their Opinions on Cesarean Delivery. Social Science & Medicine 2003; 57: 2423-
          2434

(84) 2004 Hodge MB, Romano PS, Harvey D, Samuels SJ, Olson VA, Sauvé MJ, Kravitz,
          RL. Licensed Caregiver Characteristics and Staffing in California Acute Care
          Hospital Units. J Nurs Adm. 2004; 34(3): 125-33.

(85) 2004 Thom DH, Kravitz RL, Kelly-Reif S, Sprinkle RV, Hopkins JR, Rubenstein LV.
          A new instrument to measure appropriateness of services in primary care.
          Int J Qual Health Care 16:133-40.

(86) 2004 Lang MA, Romano PS, Hodge M, Kravitz RL, Olson V. A Systematic Review on
          the Effects of Nurse Staffing on Patient, Nurse Employee, and Hospital Outcomes.
          J Nurs Adm. 2004; 34(7/8): 326-37.

(87) 2004 Kravitz RL, Duan N, Braslow J. Evidence-based medicine, heterogeneity of
          treatment effects, and the trouble with averages. Milbank Quarterly 2004;82:661-
          87.

(88) 2004 Fancher TL, White RH, Kravitz RL. Combined use of rapid D-dimer testing and
          estimation of clinical probability in the diagnosis of deep vein thrombosis:
          systematic review. BMJ. 2004 Oct 9;329(7470):821.

(89) 2005 Bair YA, Gold EB, Azari RA, Greendale G, Sternfeld B, Harkey MR, Kravitz RL.
          Use of Conventional and Complementary Health Care during the Transition to
          Menopause: Longitudinal Results from the Study of Women’s Health Across the
          Nation (SWAN). Menopause 2005; 12(1): 31-39.

(90) 2005 Shrank WH, Young HN, Ettner SL, Glassman P, Asch SM; Kravitz RL. Do the
          incentives in 3-tier pharmaceutical benefit plans operate as intended? Results from
          a physician leadership survey. Am J Manag Care. 2005;11(1):16-22.


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(91) 2005 Young HN, Paterniti DA, Bell RA, Kravitz RL. Do Prescription Drug Ads Educate
          the Public? The Consumer Answers. Drug Information Journal, Vol. 39, pp. 25–33.

(92) 2005 Kravitz RL, Epstein R., Feldman MD, Franz CE, Azari R, Wilkes MS, Hinton L,
          Franks P. Influence of Patients’ Requests for Directly Advertised Antidepressants:
          A Randomized Controlled Trail. JAMA 293 (16): 1995-2002.

(93) 2005 Richard L. Kravitz, Jonathan D. Neufeld, Michael A. Hogarth, Debora A. Paterniti,
          William Dager, Richard H. White. From Insight to Implementation: Lessons from a
          Multi-site Trial of a PDA-based Warfarin Dose Calculator. In: Advances in Patient
          Safety: From Research to Implementation. Volume 3, AHRQ Publication Nos.
          050021 (3). February 2005. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality,
          Rockville, MD.

(94) 2005 Street RL Jr, Gordon HS, Ward MM, Krupat E, Kravitz RL. Patient participation in
          medical consultations: why some patients are more involved than others. Med Care.
          43:960-9.

(95) 2005 Epstein RM, Franks P, Fiscella K, Shields CG, Meldrum SC, Kravitz RL,
          Duberstein PR. Measuring patient-centered communication in patient-physician
          consultations: theoretical and practical issues. Soc Sci Med. 61:1516-28.

(96) 2006       Shrank WH, Joseph GJ, Choudhry NK, Young HN, Ettner SL, Glassman P, Asch
                SM, Kravitz RL. Physicians' perceptions of relevant prescription drug costs: do
                costs to the individual patient or to the population matter most? Am J Manag Care.
                12(9):545-51

(97) 2006 Shrank WH, Asch SM, Joseph GJ, Young HN, Ettner SL, Kholodenko Y, Glassman
          P, Kravitz RL. Physicians' perceived knowledge of and responsibility for managing
          patients' out-of-pocket costs for prescription drugs. Ann Pharmacother. 40(9):1534-
          40. Epub

(98) 2006 Kravitz RL, Franks P, Feldman M, Meredith LS, Hinton L, Franz C, Duberstein P,
          Epstein RM. What drives referral from primary care physicians to mental health
          specialists? A randomized trial using actors portraying depressive symptoms. J Gen
          Intern Med. 21(6):584-9.

(99) 2006 Bair YA, White RH, Kravitz RL. Mandating coverage of biologic therapies for
          rheumatic disease: where evidence and politics meet. Arthritis Rheum. 55(3):353-4.

(100) 2006 Ciaranello AL, Molitor F, Leamon M, Kuenneth C, Tancredi D, Diamant AL,
           Kravitz RL. Providing health care services to the formerly homeless: a quasi-
           experimental evaluation. J Health Care Poor Underserved; 17:441-61.

(101) 2006 Tarn, DM, Heritage J, Paterniti D, Hays RD, Kravitz RL, Wenger NS. Physician
           communication when prescribing new medications. Arch Intern Med; 166:1855-
           1862

(102) 2006        Young HN, Bell RA, Epstein RM, Feldman MD, Kravitz RL. Types of information
                  physicians provide when prescribing antidepressants. J Gen Intern Med. 21:1172-

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                  1177.

(103) 2006        Tarn DM, Paterniti DA, Heritage J, Hays RD, Kravitz RL, Wenger NS. Physician
                  communication about the cost and acquisition of newly prescribed medications. Am J
                  Manag Care; 12:657-64.

(104) 2006        Franz CE, Epstein R, Miller KN, Brown A, Song J, Feldman M, Franks P, Kelly-Reif
                  S, Kravitz RL. Caught in the act? Prevalence, predictors, and consequences of
                  physician detection of unannounced standardized patients. HSR: Health Services
                  Research. 41:2290-2302

(105) 2006        Jerant A, Kravitz RL, Rooney M, Amerson S, Kreuter M, Franks P. Effects of a
                  tailored interactive multimedia computer program on determinants of colorectal
                  cancer screening: A randomized controlled pilot study in physician offices. Patient
                  Educ Couns. 66:67-74.

(106) 2006        Srinivasan M, Franks P, Meredith LS, Fiscella K, Epstein RM, Kravitz RL.
                  Connoisseurs of care? Unannounced standardized patients’ ratings of physicians.
                  Med Care. 44:1092-8.

(107) 2006        Feldman MD, Franks P, Epstein RM, Franz CE, Kravitz RL. Do patient requests for
                  antidepressants enhance or hinder physicians’ evaluation of depression? A
                  randomized controlled trial. Med Care. 44: 1107-13.

(108) 2007        Kalauokalani D, Franks P, Oliver JW, Meyers FJ, Kravitz RL. Can patient coaching
                  reduce racial/ethnic disparities in cancer pain control? Secondary analysis of a
                  randomized controlled trial. Pain Med. 8:17-24.

(109) 2007        Greenfield S, Kravitz R, Duan N, Kaplan SH. Heterogeneity of Treatment Effects:
                  Implications for Guidelines, Payment, and Quality Assessment. Am J Med 120(4A):
                  S3-S9.

(110) 2007        Fiscella K, Franks P, Srinivasan M, Kravitz RL, Epstein R. Ratings of physician
                  communication by real and standardized patients. Ann Fam Med. 5:151-8.

(111) 2007        Vanderveen KA, Paterniti DA, Kravitz RL, Bold RJ. Diffusion of surgical techniques
                  in early stage breast cancer: variables related to adoption and implementation of
                  sentinel lymph node biopsy. Ann Surg Oncol. 14:1662-9.

(112) 2007        Epstein RM, Shields CG, Franks P, Meldrum SC, Feldman M, Kravitz RL. Exploring
                  and validating patient concerns: relations to prescribing for depression. Ann Fam
                  Med. 5:21-8.

(113) 2007        Franz CE, Barker JC, Kravitz RL, Flores Y, Krishnan S, Hinton L. Nonmedical
                  influences on the use of cholinesterase inhibitors in dementia care. Alzheimer Dis
                  Assoc Disord. 21:241-8.

(114) 2007        Feldman MD, Franks P, Duberstein PR, Vannoy S, Epstein R, Kravitz RL. Let's not
                  talk about it: suicide inquiry in primary care. Ann Fam Med. 5:412-8.

(115) 2007        Geraghty EM, Franks P, Kravitz RL. Primary Care Visit Length, Quality, and

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                  Satisfaction for Standardized Patients with Depression. J Gen Intern Med. 22:1641-7.

(116) 2007        Tentler A, Silberman J, Paterniti DA, Kravitz RL, Epstein RM. Factors Affecting
                  Physicians' Responses to Patients' Requests for Antidepressants: Focus Group Study.
                  J Gen Intern Med. 23:51-7.

(117) 2007         Hinton L, Franz CE, Reddy G, Flores Y, Kravitz RL, Barker JC. Practice constraints,
                  behavioral problems, and dementia care: primary care physicians' perspectives. J Gen
                  Intern Med. 22:1487-92.

(118) 2008        Tarn DM, Paterniti DA, Kravitz RL, Heritage J, Liu H, Kim S, Wenger NS. How
                  much time does it take to prescribe a new medication? Patient Educ Couns. 72:311-9.

(119) 2008        Marcin JP, Li Z, Kravitz RL, Dai JJ, Rocke DM, Romano PS. The CABG surgery
                  volume-outcome relationship: temporal trends and selection effects in California,
                  1998-2004. Health Serv Res. 43(1 pt 1):174-92.

(120) 2008        Bell RA, Kravitz RL. Physician counseling for hypertension: What do doctors really
                  do? Patient Educ Couns. 72:115-121.

(121) 2008        Jerant A, Kravitz R, Moore-Hill M, Franks P. Depressive symptoms moderated the
                  effect of chronic illness self-management training on self-efficacy. Med Care. 46:
                  523-31.

(122) 2008        Kravitz RL, Duan N, White RH. N-of-1 trials of expensive biological therapies: a
                  third way? Arch Intern Med. 168:1030-3.

(123) 2008        Young HN, Bell RA, Epstein RM, Feldman MD, Kravitz RL. Physicians’ shared
                  decision-making behaviors in depression care. Arch Intern Med. 168:1404-8.

(124) 2008        Chapman BP, Duberstein PR, Epstein RM, Fiscella K, Kravitz RL. Patient-centered
                  communication during primary care visits for depressive symptoms: what is the role
                  of physician personality? Med Care. 46:806-12.

(125) 2008        Duberstein PR, Chapman BP, Epstein RM, McCollumn KR, Kravitz RL. Physician
                  personality characteristics and inquiry about mood symptoms in primary care. J Gen
                  Intern Med. Sept 9 [Epub ahead of print] PMID 18780127

(126) 2008        Kravitz RL. Beyond gatekeeping: enlisting patients as agents for quality and cost
                  containment. J Gen Intern Med. 23(10):1722-3.

(127) 2008        Hay MC, Weisner TS, Subramanian S, Duan N, Niedzinski EJ, Kravitz RL.
                  Harnessing experience: exploring the gap between evidence-based medicine and
                  clinical practice. J Eval Clin Pract. 14(5):707-13.

(128) 2008        Kravitz RL, Ford DE. Introduction: chronic medical conditions and depression--
                  the view from primary care. Am J Med. 2008 Nov;121(11 Suppl 2):S1-7.




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(129) 2008         Kravitz RL, Duan N, Niedzinski EJ, Hay MC, Subramanian SK, Weisner TS.
                   Milbank Q. What ever happened to N-of-1 trials? Insiders' perspectives and a
look               to the future. 86(4):533-55.

(130) 2008         Li Z, Kravitz RL, Marcin JP, Romano PS, Rocke DM, Denton TA, Brindis RG,
                   Dai J, Amsterdam EA. Survival enhancing indications for coronary artery bypass
                           graft surgery in California. BMC Health Serv Res. 2008 Dec 16;8:257.


BOOK CHAPTERS:

1999              Kravitz RL. Evaluation of Herbal Efficacy: Alternatives to the Randomized
                  Controlled Trial. In Eskinazi D, Blumenthal M, Farnsworth N, Riggins CW, eds.
                  Botanical Medicine: Efficacy, Quality Assurance, and Regulation. Larchmont, NY:
                  Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.; 1999: pp. 59-64.

1999              Kravitz RL, Callahan EJ, Paterniti DA, Antonius D, Dunham M, Lewis CE.
                  Prevalence and Sources of Patients’ Unmet Expectations for Care. In Charmaz K,
                  Paterniti DA, eds. Health, Illness, and Healing: Society, Social Context, and Self.
                  Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury Publishing Company; 1999: pp. 186-195.

2004              Kravitz RL. (contributing author) Bone Health and Osteoporosis: A Report of the
                  Surgeon General. Rockville, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services;
                  2004.

2005              Kravitz HL, Kravitz RL. Subtleties of medical history taking. In: The Patient History:
                  Evidence-Based Approach. Tierney LM, Henderson MC (eds). New York: Lang
                  Medical Books


NON-PEER REVIEW PUBLICATION LIST:

1996              Kravitz RL: Viability and Benefits of Geriatric Home Assessment after Hospital
                  Discharge. Clinical Geriatrics, 4(2):4A-13A, February, 1996.

1997              Kravitz RL, Kravitz HL. Patients’ Expectations for Care. Odyssey Magazine.

2001              Kravitz RL. Over-use and under-use of cardiac procedures. Symposium Proceedings:
                  Interventional Cardiology and Heart Surgery. Turin, Italy: Arturo Pinna Pintor
                  Foundation. January 20, 2001.

2007              Fancher TL, Kravitz R. In the Clinic: Depression. Ann Intern Med; 146(9): ITC5-1-
                  ITC5-16.

2007              Kravitz RL. Health Care at Risk: A Critique of the Consumer-Driven Movement.
                  JAMA. 298 (11): 1336-1337.




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EDITORIALS AND LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:

1994              Kravitz RL, and Romano, PS: Managed Care Cost Containment and the Law of
                  Unintended Consequences. The American Journal of Managed Care, II (3):323-4.

1998              Kravitz RL. In Defense of Qualitative Research: Responses to the Poses and Isen
                  Perspectives Article. J Gen Intern Med, 13(1):65.

1998              Kravitz RL. Patient Satisfaction: Critical Outcome or Trivial Pursuit? J Gen Intern
                  Med, 13(4): 280-2.

1999              Kravitz RL. Ethnic Differences in Cardiovascular Procedures: New Insights and
                  New Challenges. Annals Intern Med, 3(130):231-3.

1998             Kravitz RL. Direct-to-consumer advertisement of prescription drugs. WJM, 173:
                 221-2.

2000             Kravitz RL. Direct to consumer advertising of prescription drugs:
                 Implications for the patient-physician relationship. MS JAMA, 284: 2244.
2001             Asch SM, Sloss EM, Brook RH, Kravitz RL. Overuse of administrative data to
                 measure underuse of care. JAMA, 285: 735-37.

2001              Kravitz HL, Kravitz RL. Booknote: Margin of Error. Annals Intern Med.

2001              Kravitz RL, Melnikow J. Engaging patients in medical decision making. BMJ;
                  323:584-5.

2004              Kravitz RL, Melnikow J. Medical Adherence Research: Time for a Change in
                  Direction? Medical Care; 42(3): 197-99

2005              Kravitz RL. Doing things better vs doing better things. Ann Fam Med. 2005;
                  3(6):483-5.

2005              Kravitz RL, Chang S. Promise and perils for patients and physicians. N Engl J
                  Med. 2005;353(26):2735-9.

2006              Almasi EA, Stafford RS, Kravitz RL, Mansfield PR. What are the public health
                  effects of direct-to-consumer drug advertising? PLoS Med;3(3):e145. Epub 2006
                  Mar 28.

2007              Kravitz RL. Underuse of generic medications. Med Care. 45(2):107-8.

2007              Kravitz RL, Bell RA. Direct-to-consumer advertising of prescription drugs:
                  balancing benefits and risks, and a way forward. Clin Pharmacol Ther
                  2007;82:360-2.

2008              Kravitz RL. Beyond gatekeeping: enlisting patients as agents for quality and cost-
                  containment. J Gen Intern Med 23: 1722-3.




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