Refereed Journal Articles
Hughes, RH, With a Worthless Services Hammer, Everything Looks Like a Nail: Litigating Quality of Care Under the False Claims Act,J. Legal Med, 37:01-02:65-104 (2017).
Hughes, RH, Ramdhanie, K, Wasserman, T, Moscetti, C, State Boards of Health: Governance and Politics, 39 Suppl.J. Law Med Ethics1:37-41 (2011).
Hughes, RH, Atlas, RF, Paying for Person-Centered Care: the Role of Health Care Payment and Quality Policy. In Donald Zimmerman, et al. ed., Person-Focused Health Care Management: A Foundational Guide for Health Care Managers. 2016, Springer Publishing.
Hughes, RH, Legal and Ethical Issues in Person-Centered Care. In Donald Zimmerman, et al. ed., Person-Focused Health Care Management: A Foundational Guide for Health Care Managers. 2016, Springer Publishing.
Yeung, LR, Kim, B, Hughes RH, The Road to Value-Based Payments: Considerations for Provider Engagement. In John Steiner, ed., Health Law and Compliance Update, 2017 Ed. 2016, Aspen.
Hughes, RH, Napoles, A, Liow, C, Linking Vaccines And Quality: A Public Health Imperative In A Value-Based Era, Health Affairs Blog (May 24, 2019)
Hughes, RH, Maxim, R, Fix, A, Vague Vaccine Recommendations May Be Leading To Lack Of Provider Clarity, Confusion Over Coverage, Health Affairs Blog (May 7, 2019)
Hughes, RH, Rosacker, N, Sloan, C, Coverage Of Federally Recommended Preventive Services: Considerations For Eliminating HIV Transmission By 2030, Health Affairs Blog (Apr. 9, 2019)
Hughes, RH,Vaccine Exemptions And The Federal Government’s Role, Health Affairs Blog (Mar. 21, 2019).
Hughes, RH, et al, Lack of Clarity on Preventive Services Recommendations May Create Access Barriers, Avalere Health, Insights Article (Dec. 20, 2018).
Hughes, RH, Fingold, H, Network Adequacy: A Multimarket Recap of 2015 and Looking Ahead, Health Law Advisor Blog (Feb. 24, 2016).
Gerson, SM, Wanerman, RE, Hughes, RH, Supreme Court Rules That Providers and Suppliers Cannot Challenge Medicaid Reimbursement Rates in Federal Court, Epstein Becker Green, Health Care and Life Sciences Client Alert (Apr. 13, 2015).
Hughes RH. Combine Both Plans for Health Care Reform [Special Guest Column].Arkansas Democrat Gazette, p. 7B (Oct 13, 2008).
Hughes RH. Prevention is Priority of Vaccine Program [Special Guest Column]. Arkansas Democrat Gazette, p. 9B (Mar. 15, 2007).
Reports & Whitepapers
Hughes, RH, et al, Fewer Seniors Get Vaccinated as Their Out-of-Pocket Costs Increase, Avalere Health, Insights Article (Jul. 19, 2018).
Hughes, RH, et al, Policymakers Seek to Balance Patient Information Sharing with Privacy Protections,Avalere Health, Insights Article (Apr. 20, 2018).
Hughes, RH, Sobel E, Vaccine Coverage Requirements Vary By Market, Avalere Health, Insights Article (Oct. 18, 2017).
Hughes RH, et al. Exploring Third Party Billing for Vaccines by State Public Health Entities. Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (Mar. 2010).
Acknowledgement:Partnering for the Public’s Health: The Role of Public Health Institutes as Fiscal Agents and Intermediaries. National Network of Public Health Institutes. (Nov. 2009).
Sellers K, Hughes RH, Pearsol J, Elliot PI. State Perspectives on the Use of Fiscal Intermediaries. Association of State and Territorial Health Officials. Submitted to Thomas Frieden, Director, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Nov. 2009).