Jeffrey McCullough, PhD
Division of Health Policy & Management
Jeffrey McCullough received his Ph.D. in health economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He received his AB in biochemistry from Harvard University. He is interested in pharmaceutical and information technology markets. He teaches a health care finance course.
- PhD, Health Economics, University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School
- AB in Biochemistry, Harvard University
PUBH 6558 Health Finance II (Section 001)
PUBH 6558 Health Finance II (Section 002)
PUBH 6558 Health Finance II (Section 200)
PUBH 7796 Field Experience: PHAP (Section 005)
Health care finance and economics, with a focus on the role of technology and innovation in health care
Div of Hlth Policy and Mgmt, MMC 729 Mayo
15-200 PWB A - 231, 516 Delaware Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Phone (Work): 625-9328
Pinar Karaca-Mandic, Jeffrey S. McCullough, Mustaqeem A. Siddiqui, Axel Grothey, and Nilay D. Shah, “Impact of New Drugs and Biologicals on the Treatment and Costs for Colorectal Cancer.” American Journal of Managed Care, Vol. 17 (2011): e160-e168.
Jeffrey S. McCullough, Michelle Casey, Michele Burlew, and Ira Moscovice, “Meaningful Use of Health Information Technology by Rural Hospitals.” Journal of Rural Health, Vol. 27 (2011): 329-337.
Paula Song, Ann McAlarney, Julie Robbins, and Jeffrey S. McCullough, “Exploring the Business Case for Ambulatory Electronic Health Record System Adoption.” Journal of Healthcare Management, Vol. 56 (2011): 169-180.
Jeffrey S. McCullough and Eli M. Snir, “Monitoring Technology and Firm Boundaries: Physician-Hospital Integration and Technology Utilization.” Journal of Health Economics, Vol. 29 (2010): 457-467.
Jeffrey S. McCullough, Michelle Casey, Ira Moscovice, and Shailendra Prasad, “The Effect of Health Information Technology on Quality.” Health Affairs, Vol. 29 (2010): 647-654.
Steven T. Parente and Jeffrey S. McCullough, “Health Information Technology and Patient Safety: Evidence from Panel Data.” Health Affairs, Vol. 28, No. 2 (March 2009): 357-360.
Jeffrey S. McCullough, “The Adoption of Hospital Information Systems.” Health Economics, Vol. 17 (May 2008): 649-664.
Richard C. Lindrooth and Jeffrey S. McCullough, “The Effect of Medicaid Family Planning Expansions on Unplanned Births.” Women’s Health Issues, Vol. 17 (2007): 66-74.
Sean Nicholson, Patricia M. Danzon, and Jeffrey S. McCullough, “Biotech-Pharmaceutical Alliances as a Signal of Asset and Firm Quality.” Journal of Business, Vol. 78, no. 4 (2005): 1433-1464.
Mark V. Pauly, Alan L. Hillman, Michael F. Furukawa, and Jeffrey S. McCullough, “HMO Behavior and Stock Market Valuation: What Does Wall Street Reward and Punish?” Journal of Health Care Finance, Vol. 28 (Fall 2001): 7-15.