Genevieve P. Kanter, Ph.D.

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Research Assistant Professor of Medicine
Department: Medicine

Contact information
Blockley Hall, Room 1312-B
423 Guardian Drive
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-898-2703
Education:
BSE (Biomedical Engineering)
University of Iowa, 1989.
MS (Tropical Public Health)
Harvard University, 1991.
Diploma/BA (Economics)
University of Cambridge, 1996.
MPhil (Economics)
University of Cambridge, 1997.
PhD (Economics)
University of Chicago, 2009.
PhD (Sociology)
University of Chicago, 2009.
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Description of Research Expertise

conflicts of interest in medicine & empirical medical ethics
pharmaceuticals and medical devices
payment models and population health
health economics

Selected Publications

Kanter GP, Polsky D, Werner RM: Changes in physician consolidation with the spread of Accountable Care Organizations. Health Aff 38(11): 1936-1943, Nov 2019.

Kanter GP, Loewenstein G: Evaluating Open Payments. JAMA 322: 401-402, Jul 2019.

Strane D, Kanter GP, Matone M, Glaser A, Rubin DM: Growth of public coverage among working families in the private sector. Health Aff 38(7): 1132-1139, Jul 2019.

Kanter GP, Carpenter D, Lehmann LS, Mello MM: US nationwide disclosure of industry payments and public trust in physicians. JAMA Netw Open 2(4): e191947, Apr 2019.

Kanter GP, Carpenter D, Lehmann L, Mello MM: Effect of the public disclosure of industry payments information on patients: results from a population-based natural experiment. BMJ Open 9(2): e024020, Mar 1 2019.

Kanter GP, Pauly MV: Coordination of care or conflict of interest? Exempting ACOs from the Stark law. N Engl J Med 380(5): 410-411, Jan 2019.

Werner RM, Kanter GP, Polsky D: Association of physician group participation in Accountable Care Organizations with patient social and clinical characteristics. JAMA Netw Open 2(1): e187220, Jan 4 2019.

McCoy MS, Kanter GP: Campaign contributions from political action committees to members of Congressional committees responding to the opioid crisis. JAMA 320(14): 1489-1491, Oct 2018.

McCoy MS, Pagán O, Donohoe G, Kanter GP, Litman RS: Conflicts of interest of public speakers at meetings of the Anesthetic and Analgesic Drug Products Advisory Committee. JAMA Intern Med 178(7): 996-997, Jul 2018.

Kanter GP: Extending the Sunshine Act from physicians to patient advocacy organizations. Am J Public Health 108(8): 978-979, Aug 2018.

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