Seminal Articles in Health Policy

So this is a little out of my wheelhouse, but yesterday this tweet came across my tweet stream:

If you had to pick seminal articles in health policy all residents should know, what would you choose?@RealCedricDark @AriBFriedman @MDaware

— Vidya Eswaran (@vidyaeswaran) May 16, 2016

Ari Friedman replied

Arrow 63, Pauly 68, Cutler Reber 98, Finkelstein *, Cohen 08, Burns Pauly 12.

— Ari Friedman (@AriBFriedman) May 16, 2016

Which was simultaneously a great answer and kind of useless. He then sent me a bibliography, here is his list with links:

  1. Arrow K. Uncertainty and the Welfare Economics of Medical Care. 1963;53(5). (PDF)
  2. Pauly M. The economics of moral hazard: comment. American Economic Review 1968;58(3):531–7.  (PDF)
  3. Cutler DM, Reber S. Paying For Health Insurance: The Trade-Off Between Competition And Adverse Selection. The Quarterly Journal of Economics 1998. (PDF)
  4. Taubman SL, Allen HL, Wright BJ, Baicker K, Finkelstein AN. Medicaid Increases Emergency-Department Use: Evidence from Oregon’s Health Insurance Experiment. Science 2014;343(6168):263–8.  (PDF)
  5. Cohen JT, Neumann PJ, Weinstein MC. Does Preventive Care Save Money? Health Economics and the Presidential Candidates. N Engl J Med 2008;358(7):661–3.  (PDF | NEJM)
  6. Burns LR, Pauly MV. Accountable Care Organizations May Have Difficulty Avoiding The Failures Of Integrated Delivery Networks Of The 1990s. Health Aff 2012;31(11):2407–16. (PDF)
Cedric Dark tweeted:
I have an entire reading list for #Emed #HealthPolicy I could share with you

— Cedric Dark (@RealCedricDark) May 16, 2016

I will add to this when he gets back to me.