Bradford H. Gray
Bradford H. Gray, Ph.D., came to the Urban Institute in 2004, having held senior policy research positions at the New York Academy of Medicine, Yale University, and the Institute of Medicine. He also edits The Milbank Quarterly, a leading health policy journal. He has written extensively about for-profit and nonprofit health care and has also published research on Medicaid, managed care, ethical issues in research, and the politics of health services research.
Raised on a ranch in Oklahoma, he holds a Ph.D. in sociology from Yale University. A fellow of the Hastings Center and AcademyHealth, he is also a member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences.
Publications by Bradford H. Gray
The Feasibility of Using Electronic Health Data for Research on Small Populations (Research Report)
Kelly J. Devers, Bradford H. Gray, Christal Ramos, Arnav Shah, Fredric Blavin, Timothy Waidmann
Registries as a Knowledge-Development Tool: The Experience of Sweden and England (Research Report)
Bradford H. Gray
Health Care for Undocumented Migrants: European Approaches (Research Report)
Bradford H. Gray, Ewout van Ginneken
American Primary Care Physicians' Decisions to Leave Their Practice: Evidence From the 2009 Commonwealth Fund Survey of Primary Care Doctors (Research Report)
Bradford H. Gray, Karen Stockley, Stephen Zuckerman
Electronic Health Records: An International Perspective on "Meaningful Use" (Research Report)
Bradford H. Gray, Additional Authors
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