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Marcel Bilger

Univ.Prof. Dr. Marcel Bilger
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Publications

Journal article

2019 Finkelstein, Eric, Bilger, Marcel, Baid, Drishti. 2019. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of incentives as a tool for prevention of non-communicable diseases: A systematic review. Social Science and Medicine. 232 340-350. open access (Details)
  Kwan, Yu Heng, Fong, Warren, Ang, Xiang Ling, Tan, Chuen Seng, Tai, Bee Choo, Huang, Youyi, Phang, Jie Kie, Tan, Hui Chin, Lee, Jia Ven, Sun, Limin, Tan, Choy Tip, Dong, Bao Qiang, Koh, Hwee Ling, Lui, Nai Lee, Yeo, Siaw Ing, Ng, Swee Cheng, Fong, Kok Yong, Thumboo, Julian, Østbye, Truls, Bilger, Marcel. 2019. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) collaborative care for patients with axial spondyloarthritis (AcuSpA): protocol for a pragmatic randomized controlled trial. Trials. 20 (1) open access (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Wong, Tina, Lee, Jia Yi, Howard, Kaye, Bundoc, Filipinas, Lamoureux, Ecosse, Finkelstein, Eric. 2019. Using Adherence-Contingent Rebates on Chronic Disease Treatment Costs to Promote Medication Adherence: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy. 17 841-855. open access (Details)
2017 Bilger, Marcel, WAN CHEN, KANG GRAHAM. 2017. Financing Long-Term Services and Supports: Ideas From Singapore. The Milbank Quarterly. 95 (2), 358-407. open access (Details)
  Tan, Pui San, Bilger, Marcel, de Lima Lopes, Gilberto, Acharyya, Sanchalika, Haaland, Benjamin. 2017. Meta-analysis of first-line therapies with maintenance regimens for advanced non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) in molecularly and clinically selected populations. Cancer Medicine. 6 (8), 1847-1860. open access (Details)
  Jafar, Tazeen H. J, Jehan, Imtiaz, de Silva, H. Asita, Naheed, Aliya, Gandhi, Mihir, Assam, Pryseley, Finkelstein, Eric A., Legido Quigley, Helena, Bilger, Marcel, Khan, Aamir Hameed, Clemens, John David, Ebrahim, Shah, Turner, Elizabeth L., Kasturiratne, Anuradhani. 2017. Multicomponent intervention versus usual care for management of hypertension in rural Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka: study protocol for a cluster randomized controlled trial. Trials. 18 (1) open access (Details)
  Ozdemir, Semra, Bilger, Marcel, Finkelstein, Eric A. 2017. Stated Uptake of Physical Activity Rewards Programmes Among Active and Insufficiently Active Full-Time Employees. Applied Health Economics and Health Policy. 15 (5), 647-656. open access (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Shah, Mitesh, Tan, Ngiap Chuan, Howard, Kaye Louise, Xu, Hui Yan, Lamoureux, Ecosse Luc, Finkelstein, Eric Andrew. 2017. Trial to Incentivise Adherence for Diabetes (TRIAD): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials. 18 (1) open access (Details)
2016 Malhotra, Chetna, Bilger, Marcel, Liu, Joy, Finkelstein, Eric. 2016. Barriers to Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening in Singapore a Mixed Methods Analysis. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources. 17 (8), 3887-3895. open access (Details)
  Finkelstein, Eric A., Haaland, Benjamin, Bilger, Marcel, Sahasranaman, Aarti, Sloan, Robert A, Khaing Nang, Ei Ei, Evenson, Kelly R. 2016. Effectiveness of activity trackers with and without incentives to increase physical activity (TRIPPA): a randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology. 4 (12), 983-995. (Details)
  Finkelstein, Eric A., Haaland, Benjamin, Bilger, Marcel, Sahasranaman, Aarti, Sloan, Robert A, Khaing Nang, Ei Ei, Evenson, Kelly R. 2016. Effectiveness of activity trackers with and without incentives to increase physical activity (TRIPPA): a randomised controlled trial. The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology. 4 (12), 983-995. (Details)
  Dong, Di, Ozdemir, Semra, Bee, Yong Mong, Toh, Sue-Anne, Bilger, Marcel, Finkelstein, Eric. 2016. Measuring High-Risk Patients’ Preferences for Pharmacogenetic Testing to Reduce Severe Adverse Drug Reaction: A Discrete Choice Experiment. Value in Health. 19 (6), 767-775. (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Kruger, Eliza J., Finkelstein, Eric A. 2016. Measuring Socioeconomic Inequality in Obesity: Looking Beyond the Obesity Threshold. Health Economics. 26 (8), 1052-1066. open access (Details)
  Tang, Willcyn, Thevathasan, Jervis Vermal, Lin, Qingshu, Lim, Kim Buay, Kuroda, Keisuke, Kaibuchi, Kozo, Bilger, Marcel, Soong, Tuck Wah, Fivaz, Marc. 2016. Stimulation of Synaptic Vesicle Exocytosis by the Mental Disease Gene DISC1 is Mediated by N-Type Voltage-Gated Calcium Channels. Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience. 8 open access (Details)
  Bilger, Marcel, Wong, Tina T., Howard, Kaye L., Lee, Jia Yi, Toh, Ai Nee, John, Geraldine, Lamoureux, Ecosse L., Finkelstein, Eric A. 2016. Study on Incentives for Glaucoma Medication Adherence (SIGMA): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial to increase glaucoma medication adherence using value pricing. Trials. 17 (1) open access (Details)
2015 Flynn, Terry N., Bilger, Marcel, Malhotra, Chetna, Finkelstein, Eric A. 2015. Are Efficient Designs Used in Discrete Choice Experiments Too Difficult for Some Respondents? A Case Study Eliciting Preferences for End-of-Life Care. PharmacoEconomics. 34 (3), 273-284. (Details)
  Tan, Pui San, Lopes, Gilberto, Acharyya, Sanchalika, Bilger, Marcel, Haaland, Benjamin. 2015. Bayesian network meta-comparison of maintenance treatments for stage IIIb/IV non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients with good performance status not progressing after first-line induction chemotherapy: Results by performance status, EGFR mutation, histology and response to previous induction. European Journal of Cancer. 51 (16), 2330-2344. (Details)
  Malhotra, Chetna, Farooqui, Muhammad Assad, Kanesvaran, Ravindran, Bilger, Marcel, Finkelstein, Eric. 2015. Comparison of preferences for end-of-life care among patients with advanced cancer and their caregivers: A discrete choice experiment. Palliative Medicine. 29 (9), 842-850. (Details)
  Dong, Di, Bilger, Marcel, van Dam, Rob M., Finkelstein, Eric A. 2015. Consumption Of Specific Foods And Beverages And Excess Weight Gain Among Children And Adolescents. Health Affairs. 34 (11), 1940-1948. open access (Details)
  Finkelstein, Eric A., Sahasranaman, Aarti, John, Geraldine, Haaland, Benjamin A., Bilger, Marcel, Sloan, Robert A., Khaing Nang, Ei Ei, Evenson, Kelly R. 2015. Design and baseline characteristics of participants in the TRial of Economic Incentives to Promote Physical Activity (TRIPPA): A randomized controlled trial of a six month pedometer program with financial incentives. Contemporary Clinical Trials. 41 238-247. (Details)
  Matchar, David B., Bilger, Marcel, Do, Young K., Eom, Kirsten. 2015. International Comparison of Poststroke Resource Use: A Longitudinal Analysis in Europe. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases. 24 (10), 2256-2262. (Details)
  Finkelstein, Eric A., Bilger, Marcel, Flynn, Terry N., Malhotra, Chetna. 2015. Preferences for end-of-life care among community-dwelling older adults and patients with advanced cancer: A discrete choice experiment. Health Policy. 119 (11), 1482-1489. (Details)
2013 Bilger, Marcel, Manning, Willard G. 2013. MEASURING OVERFITTING IN NONLINEAR MODELS: A NEW METHOD AND AN APPLICATION TO HEALTH EXPENDITURES. Health Economics. 24 (1), 75-85. open access (Details)

Chapter in edited volume

2017 Bilger, Marcel. 2017. Cost-Influenced Treatment Decisions and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis. In: International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Second Edition), Hrsg. Elsevier, 177-180. Singpur: Elsevier. open access (Details)

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