Dr. Stephen Hines
Previous Papers and Presentations
Foster, G., Kenward, K., Hines, S. & Joshi, M. (2016). The relationship of engagement in improvement practices to outcome measures in large-scale quality improvement initiatives. American Journal of Medical Quality, 10, 1-8.
Herrin J., Kenward K., Joshi M., Audet, A.M. & Hines, S. (2016). Assessing community quality of health care. Health Services Research, 51(1), 98-116.
Herrin J., Harris, K.G., Kenward, K., Hines, S. & Joshi, M., Frosch, D. (2016). Patient and family engagement: a survey of US hospital practices. BMJ Quality and Safety, 25(3):182-9.
Hines, S. & Battles, J. (2015). Flexible design and funding of large-scale improvement projects. In Spurlock B. & P. Teske (Eds). All In – Using Healthcare Collaboratives to Save Lives and Improve Care. Roseville, CA: Ingram Spark.
Chenoweth, C.E., Hines, S., Hall, K.K., Saran, R., Kalbfleisch, J.D., Spencer, T., Frank, K.M., Carlson, D., Deane, J., Roys, E., Scholz, N., Parotte, C. & Messana, J. (2015). Variation in infection prevention practices in dialysis facilities: Results from the National Opportunity to Improve Infection Control in ESRD Project. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 36(7):802-6.
Herrin, J., St. Andre, J., Kenward, K., Joshi, M., Audet, A.M. & Hines, S. (2015). Community factors and hospital readmission rates. Health Services Research, 50(1):20-39.
Hines, S. (2014). Strengthening National Efforts to Reduce Healthcare-Associated Infections. Advances in Patient Safety: From Research to Implementation. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
Berenholtz, S.M., Lubomski, L.H., Weeks, K., Goeschel, C.A., Marsteller, J.A., Pham, J.C., Sawyer, M.D., Thompson, D.A., Winters, B.D., Cosgrove, S.E., Yang, T., Louis, T.A., Meyer, D., Lucas, B., George, C.T., Watson, S.R., Albert-Lesher, M.I., St. Andre, J.R., Combes, J.R., Bohr, D., Hines, S., Battles, J.B. & Pronovost, P.J. (2014). Eliminating central line-associated bloodstream infections: A national patient safety imperative. Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, 35(1):56-62.
Hines S. (2013). A leadership resource for patient and family engagement strategies. Health Research & Educational Trust, Chicago, IL. Accessed at http://www.hpoe.org/Reports-HPOE/Patient_Family_Engagement_2013.pdf.
Yonek, J., Hines, S. & Joshi, M. (2010). A guide to achieving high performance in multi-hospital health systems. Health Research & Educational Trust, Chicago, IL. Accessed at: http://www.hpoe.org/Reports-HPOE/highperformance3.2010.pdf
Hines, S. & Joshi, M. (2008). Variation in quality of care within health systems. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, 34:326-332.
Hines, S., Luna K. & Lofthus J. (2008). Becoming a High Reliability Organization: Operational advice for hospital leaders. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, AHRQ Publication No. 08-0022. http://www.ahrq.gov/qual/hroadvice/.
Hines, S, Stelmokas, D, Marquardt, M, Goodman, C. (2008). Global scorecards final Report. White Paper: International Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations, Geneva, Switzerland.
Joshi, M. & Hines, S.C. (2006). Getting the board On board: Engaging hospital boards in quality and patient safety. Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, 32, 179-187.
Hines, S.C. (2001). Coping with uncertainties in advance care planning. Journal of Communication, 51, 1-14.
Hines, S. C., Babrow, A. S., Moss, A. H., & Badzek, L. (2001). From coping with life to coping with death: Problematic integration for the seriously ill elderly. Health Communication, 13, 327-342.
Hines, S., Glover, J.J., Babrow, A.S., Holley, J.L., Badzek, L.A. & Moss, A.H. (2001). Improving advance care planning by accommodating family preferences. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 4(4):481-9.
Hines, S. C., Glover, J. G., Babrow, A. S., Holley, J. & Moss, A. H. (1999). Dialysis patients’ preferences for family-based advance care planning. Annals of Internal Medicine, 130, 825-828.
Badzek, L., Hines, S. C., & Moss, A. H. (1998). Inadequate self-care knowledge among elderly hemodialysis patients: Assessing its prevalence and potential causes. ANNA Journal, 25, 293-300.
Hines, S. C. Badzek. L., & Moss, A. H. (1997). Informed consent among chronically ill elderly: Assessing its (in)adequacy and predictors. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 25, 151-169.