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Harrison S., Tangel V., Wu X., Gaber-Baylis L., Giambrone G., Port J., et al. Are minimum volume standards appropriate for lung and esophageal cancer surgery? .; 2017.
Connolly T., White R., Gaber-Baylis L., Sastow D., Feng T., Turnbull Z., et al. Disparities of hospital resource utilization following coronary artery bypass surgery by insurance status in the United States: 2007-2011.; 2017.
Sastow D., Perlstein M., White R., Bowen R., Gaber-Baylis L., Turnbull Z., et al. The double disparity facing traditionally disadvantaged and underserved patients with regards to postoperative inpatient mortality after isolated CABG procedure.; 2017.
Perlstein M., Sullivan K., White R., Arroyo N., Sastow D., Gaber-Baylis L., et al. Double disparity for low socioeconomic status patients in postoperative morbidity following total hip arthroplasty.; 2017.
Chai C., White R., Sastow D., Gaber-Baylis L., Pryor K., Fleischut P., et al. Effect of insurance status on surgical outcomes after colectomies.; 2017.
Like B., Sullivan K., Arroyo N., Gaber-Baylis L., White R., Turnbull Z., et al. Hospital readmissions and resource utilization after isolated CABG remains increased for Black and Hispanic patients after controlling for insurance type.; 2017.
Arroyo N., White R., Feng T., Nachamie A., Gaber-Baylis L., Rong L., et al. Hospital surgical volume does not affect readmissions or resource utilization after isolated coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) when examining socioeconomic disparities: A multistate analysis, 2007-2011.; 2017.
Xu H., White R., Sastow D., Gaber-Baylis L., Andreae M., Chai C., et al. Increased hospital costs and length of stay for patients with Medicaid insurance for total hip replacement: A multistate analysis, 2007-2011.; 2017.
Feng T., White R., Gaber-Baylis L., Connolly T., Sastow D., Turnbull Z., et al. Readmission rates and diagnoses following coronary artery bypass graft surgery in relation to insurance status.; 2017.