Below is a selected list of professional activities; for the most up-to-date biography, please see my personal webpage, www.BenChartock.com
Duffy, E., Adler, L., Chartock, B., Trish, E. (2022). Dispute Resolution Outcomes for Surprise Bills in Texas. JAMA. Gordon, A., Liu, Y., Chartock, B., Chi, W. (2022). Provider Charges and State Surprise Billing Laws: Evidence from New York and California. Health Affairs. Chartock, B., Adler, L., Ly, B., Duffy, E., Trish, E. (2021). Arbitration Over Out-of-Network Medical Bills: Evidence from New Jersey Payment Disputes. Health Affairs. Biener, A., Chartock, B., Garmon, C., Trish, E. (2021). Emergency Physicians Recover a Higher Share of Charges from Out-of-Network Care Than From In-Network Care. Health Affairs. Chartock, B., Garmon, C., Schutz, S. (2019). Consumers Responses to Surprise Medical Bills. Health Affairs. Garmon, C., Chartock, B. (2017). One in Five Inpatient Emergency Department Cases May Lead to Surprise Bills. Health Affairs.
Pauly, M., Winston, F., Naylor, M., Burns, L. R., Muller, R., Asch, D., Werner, R., Volpp, K., Desai, B., Chaiyachati, K., Chartock, B. (2022). Seemed Like a Good Idea: Evidence versus Alchemy-Based Approaches to Healthcare Management Innovation In , (Eds.) . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Economics Tenure-Track Hiring Committee 2022 - 2023Scholarly Activities (Seminar Series) Committee 2022 - 2023
Reviewer, Journal Article for American Journal of Managed Care 2022 - PresentReviewer, Journal Article for International Journal of Health Care Management 2022 - PresentReviewer, Journal Article for Health Affairs 2020 - Present