David Schleifer, Rebecca Silliman, Chloe Rinehart and Antonio Diep. 2017 “Qualities That Matter: Public Perceptions of Quality in Diabetes Care, Joint Replacement and Maternity Care.” New York:  Public Agenda.

David Schleifer, Rebecca Silliman and Chloe Rinehart. 2017 “Still Searching: How People Use Health Care Price Information in the United States, New York State, Florida, Texas and New Hampshire.” New York:  Public Agenda.

David Schleifer, Rebecca Silliman and Chloe Rinehart. 2017 “Still Searching: How People Use Health Care Price Information in New York State.” New York:  Public Agenda.

David Schleifer, Rebecca Silliman and Chloe Rinehart. 2017 “Still Searching: How People Use Health Care Price Information in Florida.” New York:  Public Agenda.

David Schleifer, Rebecca Silliman and Chloe Rinehart. 2017 “Still Searching: How People Use Health Care Price Information in Texas.” New York:  Public Agenda.

David Schleifer, Rebecca Silliman and Chloe Rinehart. 2017 “Still Searching: How People Use Health Care Price Information in New Hampshire.” New York:  Public Agenda.

Kathryn A. Phillips, David Schleifer and Carolin Hagelskamp.  2016. “Most Americans Do Not Believe That There Is An Association Between Health Care Prices And Quality Of Care.” Health Affairs, 35(4), 647-653.

David Schleifer, Carolin Hagelskamp and Chloe Rinehart. 2015 “How Much Will It Cost?  How Americans Use Prices in Health Care.” New York:  Public Agenda.

Face-to-Face Price Transparency, with Andrea Ducas on the American Journal of Managed Care blog, July 14, 2015.

Americans Are Eager for Price Information, New Survey Finds, with Andrea Ducas on the Health Affairs GrantWatch blog, March 26, 2015

David Schleifer and Aaron Panofsky. 2015  “Patient, Parent, Advocate, Investor:  Entrepreneurial Health Activism from Research to Reimbursement,” in Democratizing Inequalities, edited by Caroline Lee, Michael McQuarrie and Edward Walker, New York University Press.

David Schleifer, Carolin Hagelskamp and Christopher DiStasi.  2014. “Curbing Health Care Costs:  Are Citizens Ready to Wrestle with Tough Choices?” New York, NY: Public Agenda and the Kettering Foundation.

““The Ultimate Decision Is Yours”: Exploring Patients’ Attitudes about the Overuse of Medical Interventions” coauthor with David J. Rothman in PLoS One, 2012 7(12).

Patients’ Views On Reforming The Physician Fee-For-Service Payment System on the Health Affairs blog, February 28, 2014.

Sitewire Health, Podcast, Price Transparency: The Healthcare Consumer’s View,” May 8th, 2015.

Better Collaboration Needed Between Nurses and Physicians on the Public Agenda blog, June 27th, 2013.