Rocco Friebel
Rocco Friebel
Assistant Professor of Health Policy, LSE
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Briefing: emergency hospital admissions in England: which may be avoidable and how?
A Steventon, R Friebel, S Deeny, T Gardner, R Thorlby
Health Foundation, 2018
National trends in emergency readmission rates: a longitudinal analysis of administrative data for England between 2006 and 2016
R Friebel, K Hauck, P Aylin, A Steventon
BMJ open 8 (3), e020325, 2018
COVID-19 trajectories among 57 million adults in England: a cohort study using electronic health records
JH Thygesen, C Tomlinson, S Hollings, MA Mizani, A Handy, A Akbari, ...
The Lancet Digital Health 4 (7), e542-e557, 2022
The implications of high bed occupancy rates on readmission rates in England: A longitudinal study
R Friebel, R Fisher, SR Deeny, T Gardner, A Molloy, A Steventon
Health Policy 123 (8), 765-772, 2019
Achieving high-quality universal health coverage: a perspective from the National Health Service in England
R Friebel, A Molloy, S Leatherman, J Dixon, S Bauhoff, K Chalkidou
BMJ global health 3 (6), e000944, 2018
Composite measures of healthcare quality: sensible in theory, problematic in practice
R Friebel, A Steventon
BMJ Quality & Safety 28 (2), 85-88, 2019
Centralisation of acute stroke services in London: impact evaluation using two treatment groups
R Friebel, K Hauck, P Aylin
Health economics 27 (4), 722-732, 2018
Association of right ventricular functional parameters with adverse cardiopulmonary outcomes: a meta-analysis
AA Sayour, M Tokodi, C Celeng, RAP Takx, A Fábián, BK Lakatos, ...
Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography 36 (6), 624-633. e8, 2023
Modelling the size, cost and health impacts of universal basic income: What can be done in advance of a trial?
MT Johnson, EA Johnson, L Webber, R Friebel, HR Reed, S Lansley, ...
Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology 21 (4), 459-476, 2021
Trends and characteristics of hospitalisations from the harmful use of opioids in England between 2008 and 2018: population-based retrospective cohort study
R Friebel, L Maynou
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 115 (5), 173-185, 2022
Opioid abuse and austerity: evidence on health service use and mortality in England
R Friebel, KJ Yoo, L Maynou
Social Science & Medicine 298, 114511, 2022
Recent trends and potential drivers of non-invasive cardiovascular imaging use in the United States of America and England
SE Petersen, R Friebel, V Ferrari, Y Han, N Aung, A Kenawy, TSE Albert, ...
Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine 7, 617771, 2021
On results reporting and evidentiary standards: spotlight on the Global Fund
R Friebel, R Silverman, A Glassman, K Chalkidou
The Lancet 393 (10184), 2006-2008, 2019
Reductions in readmission rates are associated with modest improvements in patient-reported health gains following hip and knee replacement in England
R Friebel, K Dharmarajan, HM Krumholz, A Steventon
Medical care 55 (9), 834-840, 2017
The multiple aims of pay-for-performance and the risk of unintended consequences
R Friebel, A Steventon
BMJ quality & safety 25 (11), 827-831, 2016
Emergency hospital admissions in England
A Steventon, S Deeny, R Friebel, T Gardner, R Thorlby
London: The Health Foundation, 2018
Spill over effects of inpatient bed capacity on accident and emergency performance in England
R Friebel, RM Juarez
Health Policy 124 (11), 1182-1191, 2020
Fiscal and pricing policies to improve public health: a review of the evidence
L Pimpin, F Sassi, E Corbould, R Friebel, L Webber
Public Health England, 2018
Emergency contracting and the delivery of elective care services across the English National Health Service and independent sector during COVID-19: a descriptive analysis
R Friebel, J Fistein, L Maynou, M Anderson
BMJ open 12 (7), e055875, 2022
Impact of global budget payments on cardiovascular care in Maryland: An interrupted time series analysis
F Viganego, EK Um, J Ruffin, MG Fradley, X Prida, R Friebel
Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 14 (3), e007110, 2021
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