This is the program for the 2010 Joint Statistical Meetings in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Activity Details

473 Wed, 8/4/2010, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-210 (West)
Random Effects Modeling in Health Policy Research: Methods and Applications — Contributed Papers
Health Policy Statistics Section
Chair(s): Lisa M. Lix, University of Saskatchewan
8:35 AM Bayesian and Frequentist Methods for Provider Profiling Using Risk-Adjusted Assessments of Medical Outcomes Michael Joseph Racz, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences ; Joseph Sedransk, Case Western Reserve University
8:50 AM Estimation of Minimum Mortality Rates and Excess Mortality from Regional Data Ronald Gangnon, University of Wisconsin
9:05 AM Combining Information on Adjuvant Cancer Therapies from Multiple Sources to Correct Misreporting Yulei He, Harvard Medical School ; Alan Zaslavsky, Harvard Medical School
9:20 AM Confidence Interval Estimation for Inter-Rater Reliability in a Two-Factor Random-Effects Design Joseph C. Cappelleri, Pfizer Inc. ; Kelly H. Zou, Pfizer Inc. ; Carmen Arteaga, Pfizer Inc. ; Naitee Ting, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
9:35 AM Heterogeneity of Variance in One-Way Random Effect Model: A Meta-Analysis Review of the National Health Interview Survey Data Abera Wouhib, National Center for Health Statistics ; Myron Katzoff, CDC ; Meena Khare, National Center for Health Statistics
9:50 AM Logistic Growth Curve Modeling for Health-Related Quality-of-Life Data Zugui Zhang, Christiana Care Health System ; Paul Kolm, Christiana Care Health System ; William S. Weintraub, Christiana Care Health System
10:05 AM Implementation of a Kronecker Product Correlation Structure for the Analysis of Live-Donor Kidney Transplant Rates Arwin Thomasson, University of Pennsylvania ; Hanjoo Kim, Forrest Labs ; Justine Shults, University of Pennsylvania ; Russell Localio, University of Pennsylvania ; Harold Feldman, University of Pennsylvania ; Peter Reese, University of Pennsylvania

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