Seth A. Seabury
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Malpractice risk according to physician specialty
AB Jena, S Seabury, D Lakdawalla, A Chandra
New England Journal of Medicine 365 (7), 629-636, 2011
9222011
The National Flood Insurance Program’s market penetration rate: Estimates and policy implications
L Dixon, N Clancy, SA Seabury, A Overton
Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 2006
1702006
The Growth Of Physician Medical Malpractice Payments: Evidence From The National Practitioner Data Bank: The growth of malpractice payments is less than previously thought.
A Chandra, S Nundy, SA Seabury
Health Affairs 24 (Suppl1), W5-240-W5-249, 2005
1652005
On average, physicians spend nearly 11 percent of their 40-year careers with an open, unresolved malpractice claim
SA Seabury, A Chandra, DN Lakdawalla, AB Jena
Health Affairs 32 (1), 111-119, 2013
1022013
Evaluating the economic burden of psoriasis in the United States
J Vanderpuye-Orgle, Y Zhao, J Lu, A Shrestha, A Sexton, S Seabury, ...
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 72 (6), 961-967. e5, 2015
992015
Trends in the earnings of male and female health care professionals in the United States, 1987 to 2010
SA Seabury, A Chandra, AB Jena
JAMA internal medicine 173 (18), 1748-1750, 2013
922013
Physician spending and subsequent risk of malpractice claims: observational study
AB Jena, L Schoemaker, J Bhattacharya, SA Seabury
British Medical Journal Publishing Group 351, h5516, 2015
872015
Rates and characteristics of paid malpractice claims among US physicians by specialty, 1992-2014
AC Schaffer, AB Jena, SA Seabury, H Singh, V Chalasani, A Kachalia
JAMA internal medicine 177 (5), 710-718, 2017
852017
Differences in incomes of physicians in the United States by race and sex: observational study
DP Ly, SA Seabury, AB Jena
bmj 353, 2016
822016
Outcomes of medical malpractice litigation against US physicians
AB Jena, A Chandra, D Lakdawalla, S Seabury
Archives of internal medicine 172 (11), 892-894, 2012
802012
Incidence of sexually transmitted infections after human papillomavirus vaccination among adolescent females
AB Jena, DP Goldman, SA Seabury
JAMA internal medicine 175 (4), 617-623, 2015
742015
The welfare effects of medical malpractice liability
DN Lakdawalla, SA Seabury
International review of law and economics 32 (4), 356-369, 2012
662012
Forty years of civil jury verdicts
SA Seabury, NM Pace, RT Reville
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 1 (1), 1-25, 2004
642004
Geographic Variation in Health Care: The Role of Private Markets [with Comment and Discussion]
TJ Philipson, SA Seabury, LM Lockwood, DP Goldman, DN Lakdawalla, ...
Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, 325-361, 2010
592010
Divorce among physicians and other healthcare professionals in the United States: analysis of census survey data
DP Ly, SA Seabury, AB Jena
bmj 350, 2015
542015
HOW DOES HEALTH INSURANCE AFFECT WORKERS’COMPENSATION FILING?
DN Lakdawalla, RT Reville, SA Seabury
Economic Inquiry 45 (2), 286-303, 2007
532007
Assessment of follow-up care after emergency department presentation for mild traumatic brain injury and concussion: results from the TRACK-TBI study
SA Seabury, ╔ Gaudette, DP Goldman, AJ Markowitz, J Brooks, ...
JAMA network open 1 (1), e180210-e180210, 2018
482018
Emergency department contribution to the prescription opioid epidemic
S Axeen, SA Seabury, M Menchine
Annals of emergency medicine 71 (6), 659-667. e3, 2018
472018
Risk of posttraumatic stress disorder and major depression in civilian patients after mild traumatic brain injury: a TRACK-TBI study
MB Stein, S Jain, JT Giacino, H Levin, S Dikmen, LD Nelson, MJ Vassar, ...
JAMA psychiatry 76 (3), 249-258, 2019
462019
Recovery after mild traumatic brain injury in patients presenting to US level I trauma centers: a transforming research and clinical knowledge in traumatic brain injury (TRACKá…
LD Nelson, NR Temkin, S Dikmen, J Barber, JT Giacino, E Yuh, HS Levin, ...
JAMA neurology 76 (9), 1049-1059, 2019
442019
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