Technology assessment, value of imaging, epistemology of overdiagnosis, utilization of imaging and controversies in screening.
Cardiovascular CT and MRI, emergency radiology, evidence-based imaging, and appropriate use of imaging.
Writer and contributor to multiple medical outlets and free open access medical education
Jha S: From Imaging Gatekeeper to Service Provider – A Transatlantic Journey. New England Journal of Medicine 369 ((1)): 5-7, July 2013.
Jha S.: The Grateful False Positive. Psychology Today September 2015.
Kaye A., Zafar H., Jha S.: Willingness to pay for Computed Tomography Colonography: A Survey of patient preferences. American Journal of Roentgenology 206(2): 355-358, 2016.
Jha S.: The Road to Overdiagnosis: The Case of Subsegmental Pulmonary Embolus. Academic Radiology 22(8): 985-87, August 2015
Hunt S and Jha S.: Can precision medicine reduce overdiagnosis? Academic Radiology 22(8): 1040-41, August 2015.
Stein S, Barry J & Jha S.: Are Chargemaster Rates for Imaging Studies Lower in States That Cap Non-Economic Damages (Tort Reform)? JACR 11(8): 808-816, 2014.
Jha S.: Stop Hunting for Zebras in Texas: end the diagnostic culture of “rule out." British Medical Journal 348: g2625, April 2014.
Jha S: Uncertainty and the Diagnostic Leviathan. (Epub ahead of print). JAMA Internal Medicine April 27 2015 Notes: (Epub ahead of print).
Jha, S: Saving Normal. BMJ Blogs October 2015.
Jha S: When a bad surgeon is the one you want. Propublica introduces a paradox. Kevin MD July 23 2015.
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