Sren Rud Kristensen
Sren Rud Kristensen
Associate Professor, University of Southern Denmark & Imperial College London
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A roadmap for comparing readmission policies with application to Denmark, England, Germany and the United States
SR Kristensen, M Bech, W Quentin
Health policy 119 (3), 264-273, 2015
Higher mortality rates amongst emergency patients admitted to hospital at weekends reflect a lower probability of admission
R Meacock, L Anselmi, SR Kristensen, T Doran, M Sutton
Journal of health services research & policy 22 (1), 12-19, 2017
Long-term effect of hospital pay for performance on mortality in England
SR Kristensen, R Meacock, AJ Turner, R Boaden, R McDonald, M Roland, ...
New England Journal of Medicine 371 (6), 540-548, 2014
Associations between extending access to primary care and emergency department visits: a difference-in-differences analysis
W Whittaker, L Anselmi, SR Kristensen, YS Lau, S Bailey, P Bower, ...
PLoS medicine 13 (9), e1002113, 2016
The cost‐effectiveness of using financial incentives to improve provider quality: A framework and application
R Meacock, SR Kristensen, M Sutton
Health economics 23 (1), 1-13, 2014
Arrival by ambulance explains variation in mortality by time of admission: retrospective study of admissions to hospital following emergency department attendance in England
L Anselmi, R Meacock, SR Kristensen, T Doran, M Sutton
BMJ Quality & Safety 26 (8), 613-621, 2017
A retrospective impact analysis of the WannaCry cyberattack on the NHS
S Ghafur, S Kristensen, K Honeyford, G Martin, A Darzi, P Aylin
NPJ digital medicine 2 (1), 1-7, 2019
Should pay-for-performance schemes be locally designed? Evidence from the commissioning for quality and innovation (CQUIN) framework
SR Kristensen, R McDonald, M Sutton
Journal of health services research & policy 18 (2_suppl), 38-49, 2013
Towards incentivising integration: A typology of payments for integrated care
J Stokes, V Struckmann, SR Kristensen, S Fuchs, E van Ginneken, ...
Health Policy 122 (9), 963-969, 2018
Effectiveness of multidisciplinary team case management: difference-in-differences analysis
J Stokes, SR Kristensen, K Checkland, P Bower
BMJ open 6 (4), e010468, 2016
Integrated care: theory to practice
J Stokes, K Checkland, SR Kristensen
Journal of health services research & policy 21 (4), 282-285, 2016
Evaluation of the commissioning for quality and innovation framework final report
R McDonald, SR Kristensen, S Zaidi, M Sutton, S Todd, F Konteh, ...
UK: University of Nottingham, University of Manchester, 2013
How are pay-for-performance schemes in healthcare designed in low-and middle-income countries? Typology and systematic literature review
RJ Kovacs, T Powell-Jackson, SR Kristensen, N Singh, J Borghi
BMC Health Services Research 20 (1), 1-14, 2020
After Astana: building the economic case for increased investment in primary health care
H Kluge, E Kelley, S Swaminathan, N Yamamoto, S Fisseha, ...
The Lancet 392 (10160), 2147-2152, 2018
Who to pay for performance? The choice of organisational level for hospital performance incentives
SR Kristensen, M Bech, JT Lauridsen
The European Journal of Health Economics 17 (4), 435-442, 2016
A qualitative and quantitative evaluation of the Advancing Quality pay-for-performance programme in the NHS North West
R McDonald, R Boaden, M Roland, SR Kristensen, R Meacock, YS Lau, ...
Paying for improvements in quality: recent experience in the NHS in England
R Meacock, S Kristensen, M Sutton
Nordic Journal of Health Economics 2 (1), 2014
Optimal price-setting in pay for performance schemes in health care
SR Kristensen, L Siciliani, M Sutton
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 123, 57-77, 2016
A realist review to assess for whom, under what conditions and how pay for performance programmes work in low-and middle-income countries
NS Singh, RJ Kovacs, R Cassidy, SR Kristensen, J Borghi, GW Brown
Social Science & Medicine 270, 113624, 2021
Incentivising effort in governance of public hospitals: development of a delegation-based alternative to activity-based remuneration
R Sgaard, SR Kristensen, M Bech
Health Policy 119 (8), 1076-1085, 2015
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