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Howard H Goldman M.D., Ph.D.

Academic Title: Professor
Primary Appointment: Psychiatry
hh.goldman@verizon.net
Location: 3700 Koppers Street, Baltimore, MD 21227 Suite 402
Phone: (301) 983 1671
Phone: (410) 646 5324

Personal History:

Howard H. Goldman, M.D., Ph.D., is Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Dr. Goldman received joint M.D. - M.P.H. degrees from Harvard University in 1974 and a Ph.D. in social policy research from the Heller School at Brandeis University in 1978. He is the author or co-author of 275 publications in the professional literature. Dr. Goldman is the editor of Psychiatric Services, a mental health services research and policy journal published monthly by the American Psychiatric Association. He also serves on the editorial boards of several other journals, including the American Journal of Psychiatry and the Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics. Dr. Goldman served as the Senior Scientific Editor of the Surgeon General's Report on Mental Health from 1997-1999 for which he was awarded the Surgeon General’s Medallion. During 2002 and 2003 Dr.Goldman was a consultant to the President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health. In 1996 he was elected to membership in the National Academy of Social Insurance, and in 2002 he was elected to the Institute of Medicine.
 
Dr. Goldman’s expertise is in evaluating mental health services and financing programs and policies. He is the director of the Network on Mental Health Policy Research, funded by the MacArthur Foundation. The Network is the sponsor of several studies on mental health financing. He also served as Principal Investigator of the study team conducting the Evaluation of the Implementation and Impact of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Parity in the Federal Employees Health Benefits program, sponsored by the government.

Publications:

Books
1. Morrissey JP, Goldman HH, Klerman LV. The Enduring Asylum: Cycles of Social Reform at the Worcester State Hospital, Grune and Stratton: New York, 1980.

2. Tessler RC, Goldman HH. The Chronically Mentally Ill: Assessing Community Support  Programs, Ballinger (Harper and Row): Cambridge, MA, 1982.

3. Goldman HH (editor). Review of General Psychiatry, Lange Medical Publication: Los Altos, CA, 1984.

4. Goldman HH, Goldston SE (editors). Preventing Stress Related Psychiatric Disorders, National Institute of Mental Health, Rockville, MD, 1985.

5. Goldman HH (editor). Psiquiatria General (spanish translation, Review of General Psychiatry) Editorial. El Manual Moderno, S.A. de C.V., Mexico D.F, 1987.

6. Goldman HH (editor). Review of General Psychiatry, 2nd Edition, Appleton and Lange Medical Publications: San Mateo, CA, 1988.

7. Goldman HH (editor). Psiquiatria General (spanish translation, Review of General Psychiatry, 2nd Edition) Editorial. El Manual Moderno, S.A. de C.V., Mexico D.F, 1989.

8. Goldman HH (editor). Review of General Psychiatry, 3rd Edition, Appleton and Lange Medical Publications: San Mateo, CA, 1992.

9. Goldman HH (editor). Psiquiatria General (spanish translation, Review of General Psychiatry, 3rd Edition) Editorial. El Manual Moderno, S.A. de C.V., Mexico D.F, 1994.

10.  Goldman HH (editor). Review of General Psychiatry, 4th Edition, Appleton and Lange Medical Publications: Norwalk CT, 1995.

11. Goldman HH (editor). Psiquiatria General (spanish translation, Review of General Psychiatry, 4th Edition) Editorial. El Manual Moderno, S.A. de C.V., Mexico D.F, 1996.

12. Goldman HH (editor). Review of General Psychiatry, 5th Edition, Lange Medical Books/McGraw-Hill: New York NY, 2000.

13. Goldman HH (editor). Psiquiatria General (spanish translation, Review of General Psychiatry, 5th Edition) Editorial. El Manual Moderno, S.A. de C.V., Mexico D.F, 2001.

14. Goldman HH (Senior Scientific Editor). Mental Health: A Report of the Surgeon General, Washington DC, 1999.

15. Drake RE and Goldman HH (eds). Evidence-Based Practices in Mental Health Care. APA: Washington DC, 2003.

16. Grob GN and Goldman HH. The Dilemma of Federal Mental Health Policy: Radical Reform or Incremental Change? Rutgers University Press, forthcoming, 2006.

17. Goldman HH and Himelhoch S(editors). Review of General Psychiatry, 6th Edition, Lange Medical Books/McGraw-Hill: New York NY, scheduled 2007.

Monographs and Government Reports

1. Goldman HH. Statistical Memorandum #43 for Regier DA, “Psychiatric Bed Rates and Geographic Area.” U.S. Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1978.

2. Faden V, Goldman HH. Statistical Note #152, “Appropriateness of Placements in State and County Mental Hospitals.” U.S. Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1979.

3. Regier DA (with Rosenfeld AH, Goldman HH, Taube CA). Report of an ADAMHA Workgroup on Epidemiology, Statistics, and Health Services Research. U.S. Government Printing Office: Washington, D.C., 1979.

4. Goldman HH (contributor). “Client Needs.” In National Plan for the Chronically Mentally Ill, U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services: Washington, D.C., pp2 1—2 20, 1980.

5.  Goldman HH (contributor). “The Need for Long Term Care: Information and Issues—A Chartbook of the Federal Council on the Aging.” U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Washington, D.C., 1981.

6. Goldman HH (contributor). “‘Ideal’ Criteria Development, Selection, and Use of Client Outcome Measures.” In Ciarlo JA, et al., Final Report: The Assessment of Client/Patient Outcome Techniques for Use in Mental Health Programs, National Institute of Mental Health: Rockville, MD, 1981.

7. Goldman HH. “Integrating Health and Mental Health Services: A Sociohistorical Perspective, in Proceedings, Conference on Mental Health Services in Primary Care.” Institute of Medicine, April, 1979. National Institute of Mental Health: Rockville, MD, 1982.

8. Goldman HH. “Long Term Care for the Chronically Mentally Ill.” Urban Institute: Washington, D.C., 1983.

9. McGuire T, Horgan C, Goldman HH. “Options for Including Psychiatric Hospitals and Exempt Psychiatric Units under the Medicare Prospective Payment System.” Health Policy Center, Brandeis University, 1985.

10. Gattozzi A, Goldman H. “Prospective Payment for Mental Health Care.” NIMH, Rockville, MD, 1986.

11. Dickey B, Goldman H. “Public Care for the Chronically Mentally Ill: Financing Operating Costs.” NIMH, Rockville, MD, 1986.

12. Gattozzi AA, Goldman HH. “IMD Classification.” NIMH, Rockville, MD, 1986.

13. Ridgely MS, Goldman HH, Talbott JA. “Chronic Mentally Ill Young Adults with Substance Abuse Problems: A Review of Relevant Literature and Creation of a Research Agenda.” University of Maryland, 1986.

14. Ridgely MS, Osher F, Goldman HH, Talbott JA. “Chronic Mentally Ill Young Adults with Substance Abuse Problems: A Review of Research, Treatment, and Training Issues.” University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD, 1987.

15. Goldman HH, Marvelle K, Ridgely MS, Gabay M. “Study of Statewide Inpatient Health Services Maryland Mental Hygiene Administration.” Psychiatry Associates, Baltimore, MD, 1987

16. Koyanagi C, Goldman HH. “Inching Forward.” National Mental Health Association, Alexandria VA, 1992.

17. Shane P, Ridgely S, Sherman A, O'Neill E, Goldman H, et al. “Case Studies of Nine Community Demonstration Grants for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment of Homeless Individuals.” NIAAA: Rockville MD (NIH Pub No 93-3539) 1993.

18. Orwin R, Goldman H, Sonnefeld, et al. “Final Evaluation Report: Community Demonstration Grant Projects for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment of Homeless Individuals.” NIAAA: Rockville, MD (NIH Pub No 93-3541), 1993.

19. Frank R, McGuire T, Goldman H. “Buying in the Public Interest.” Bazelon Center: Washington, D.C., 1996.

20. Goldman H. “Organizing Mental Health Services: An Evidence-Based Approach.” SBU (Swedish Council on Technology Assessment in Health Care: Stockholm Sweden), 1998.

21. World Health Organization. (H. Goldman [member of editorial and technical coordination group]). Mental Health Policy and Service Guidance Package. WHO: Geneva, 2003. Modules on The Mental Health Context; Mental Health Policy, Plans, and Programmes; Organization of Services for Mental Health; Mental Health Financing; Planning and Budgeting; Quality Improvement for Mental Health; Mental Health Legislation & Human Rights; Advocacy for Mental Health.

22. Lehman AF, Goldman HH, Dixon LB, Churchill R: Evidence-Based Mental Health Treatments and Services: Examples to Inform Public Policy. (Milbank Memorial Fund: New York) 2004.

Chapters

1. Goldman HH. “Demography of Deinstitutionalization.” In LL Bachrach (Ed.), Deinstitutionalization, Jossey Bass: San Francisco, CA, 1982.

2. Goldman HH. “Epidemiology of Chronic Mental Disorder.” In JA Talbott (Ed.), The Chronic Mental Patient—Five Years Later, Grune and Stratton: Orlando, FL, 1984.

3. Goldman HH. “The Chronically Mentally Ill Patients: Who are They? Where are They?” In M Mirabi (Ed.), The Chronically Mentally Ill: Research and Services, S/P Publications: 1984.

4. Morrissey JP, Goldman HH, Klerman LV. “Cycles of Institutional Reform.” In P Brown (Ed.), Mental Illness and Social Policy, Routledge and Kegan Paul: 1984.

5. Goldman HH, Attkisson CC, Goldman WH. “Integrating Health and Mental Health Services.” In Emotions in Health and Illness Applications to Clinical Practice, Academic Press: San Francisco, CA, 1984.

6. Goldman HH. “Review of General Psychiatry.” Chapter 1, in H Goldman (Ed.), Review of General Psychiatry, Lange Medical Publications: Los Altos, CA, 1984.
 [updated for editions 2, 3, 4, and 5]

7. Goldman HH, Foreman SA. “Psychiatric Diagnosis & Psychosocial Formulation.” Chapter 12, in H Goldman (Ed.), Review of General Psychiatry, Lange Medical Publications: Los Altos, CA, 1984.
 [updated for editions 2, 3, 4, and 5]

8. Goldman HH. “Psychiatric Epidemiology & Mental Health Services Research.” Chapter 13, in H Goldman (Ed.), Review of General Psychiatry, Lange Medical Publications: Los Altos, CA, 1984.

9. Goldman HH. “Introduction to Clinical Assessment: The Mayor of Wino Park.” Chapter 16, in H Goldman (Ed.), Review of General Psychiatry, Lange Medical Publications: Los Altos, CA, 1984. [updated for editions 2, 3, 4, and 5]

10. Goldman HH. “The Clinical Case Summary: The Mayor of Wino Park.” Chapter 22, in H Goldman (Ed.), Review of General Psychiatry, Lange Medical Publications: Los Altos, CA, 1984. [updated for editions 2, 3, 4, and 5]

11. Grebb JA, Goldman HH. “Classifying Mental Disorders: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM III), Third Edition.” Chapter 23, in H Goldman (Ed.), Review of General Psychiatry, Lange Medical Publications: Los Altos, CA, 1984.
 [updated for editions 2 and 3, new authors in edition 4]

12. Goldman HH. “Introduction to Psychiatric Treatment.” Chapter 42, in H Goldman (Ed.), Review of General Psychiatry, Lange Medical Publications: Los Altos, CA, 1984.
 [updated for editions 2, 3, 4,and 5; B Goldman, co-author]
 
11. Goldman HH. “Counting and Defining the Chronically Mentally Ill in the United States—An Update.” In T Sluss, M Kramer, E Gruenberg, B Cooper (Eds.), Proceedings: Congress on Epidemiology and Community Psychiatry, World Psychiatric Association Conference, “The Chronically Mentally Ill: An International Perspective,” Johns Hopkins University, School of Hygiene and Public Health, Baltimore, MD, 1984.

12. Goldman HH, Lezak AD. “Diagnosis Related Groups and Prospective Payment in Psychiatric Hospital Care.” In SS Sharfstein, A Beigel (Eds.), The New Economics and Psychiatric Care, American Psychiatric Press: Washington, D.C., 1985.

15. Goldman HH, Lezak AD, Schifren Levine I. “Community Support Systems for the Homeless Mentally Ill.” In E Bassuk (Ed.), The Mental Health Needs of Homeless Persons, Jossey Bass: San Francisco, CA 1986.

16. Goldman H, Manderscheid R. “Epidemiology of Chronic Mental Disorder.” In G Hannah, W Menninger (Eds.), The Chronic Mental Patient II, American Psychiatric Press, Inc.: Washington, D.C., 1987.

17. Sharfstein S, Goldman H, Stein S. “New Reimbursement Models and Residency Training: The Changing Clinical and Educational Future.” In C Nadelson, C Robinowitz (Eds.), Training Psychiatrists for the 90's: Issues and Recommendations, American Psychiatric Press, Inc.: Washington, D.C., 1987.

18. Morrissey JP, Goldman HH. “Cycles of Reform.” Reprinted from Hospital and Community Psychiatry in A Rosenblatt, WF Kechman (Eds.), Coping and Caring: New York in the Era of Deinstitutionalization, Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, State University of New York: 1987.

19. Goldman HH, Manderscheid R. “Epidemiology of Mental Disability.” In A Meyerson, T Fine (Eds.), Psychiatric Disability, American Psychiatric Press: 1987.

20. Goldman HH, Manderscheid RW. “Chronic Mental Disorder in the United States.” In RW Manderschied, SA Barrett (Eds.), Mental Health U.S.   1987, DHHS Publication No. (ADM) 87 1518: Washington, D.C., Superintendent of DOCS, U.S. Government Print Office: 1987.

21. Goldman H, Rosenberg J, Manderscheid R. “Defining and Counting the Chronically Mentally Ill: The Target Population for Vocational Rehabilitation.” In M Bell, J Ciardiello (Eds.), Vocational Rehabilitation of Persons with Prolonged Mental Illness, Johns Hopkins University Press: Baltimore, MD, 1988.

22. Frank R, Lave J, Goldman H. “Financing of Care for the Chronically Mentally Ill in the USA: A Patchwork of Policies.” In D Schwefel, H Zollner, P Potthoff (Eds.), Costs and Effects of Managing Chronic Psychotic Patients, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1988.

23. Frank R, Lave J, Taube C, Rupp A, Goldman H. “Impact of Medicare's Prospective Payment System on Psychiatric Patients Treated in Scatter Beds.” In R Scheffler,
 T McGuire (Eds.), Advances in Health Economics, JAI Press: Greenwich, CT, 1988.

24. Goldman H. “The NIMH/HCFA Study on the Medicare DRGs.” In D Scherl, J English, S Sharfstein (Eds.), Prospective Payment: Implications for Psychiatric Care, American Psychiatric Press, Inc.: Washington, D.C., 1988.

25. Goldman H, Scheffler R, Cheadle A. “Demand for Psychiatric Services: A Clinical Episode Model for Specifying ‘The Product.’” In R Scheffler, T McGuire (Eds.), Advances in Health Economics, JAI Press: Greenwich, CT, 1988.

26. Ridgely MS, Goldman HH, Talbott JA. “Treatment of Chronic Mentally Ill Young Adults with Substance Abuse Problems: Emerging National Trends.” In Adolescent Psychiatry, 16:288 313. University of Chicago Press: Chicago, IL, 1989.

27. Goldman H, Frank R. “The Role of Government.” In G Fogel, G Gottlieb, A Furino (Eds.), Financing Neuropsychiatric Care for the Elderly, Raven Press: Washington, DC, 1989.

28. Ridgely MS, Goldman HH. “Mental Health Insurance.” In D Rochefort (Eds.), Handbook on Mental Health Policy in the United States, Greenwood Press: Baltimore, MD, 1989.

29. Burns BJ, Smith J, Goldman HH, Barth L, Coulam R. “The CHAMPUS Tidewater Demonstration Project.” In D Mechanic, L Aiken (Eds.), Paying for Services: Promises and Pitfalls of Capitation, Jossey Bass, Inc.: San Francisco, CA, 1989.

30. Kennedy C, Tully R, Craft L, Ullery B, Champney T, Goldman H. “Expedited Social Security Disability Determinations: The Ohio Experience.” In T Meyerson, P Solomon (Eds.), New Developments in Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Jossey Bass, Inc.: San Francisco, CA, 1990.

31. Goldman H, Frank R. “Organizing and Financing Care for the Chronically Mentally Ill in the United States.” In V Fransen (Ed.), Mental Health Services in the United States and England: Struggling for Change, 47-54, 1991.

32. Sharfstein S, Goldman H, Arana J. “The Market for Mental Health Care: New Rules of Reimbursement and New Delivery Systems.” In Talbott, Hales, and Keill (Eds.), Textbook of Administrative Psychiatry, 99:91-116. APPI: Washington, DC, 1992.

33. Ridgely MS, Goldman HH, Morrissey, JP. “Assessing Systems of Care for Longterm Mentally Ill in Urban Settings.” In Thornicroft, Brewin, and Wing (Eds.), Measuring Mental Health Needs, 192-206. Royal College of Psychiatrists: London, 1992.

34. Olfson M, Goldman HH. “Mental Health Services Research.” In WR Breakey (Ed.), Integrated Mental Health Services: Modern Community Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996.

35. Goldman H, Frank R, Gaynor M. “What Level of Government? Balancing the Interests of the State and Local Community.” In P Boyle and D Callahan (Eds.), What Price Mental Health? The Ethics and Public Policy of Setting Priorities, Georgetown University Press: Washington DC, (to be reprinted from article published in Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 1995).    

35. Goldman H, Frank R, McGuire T. “Mental Health Care.” In E Ginzberg (Ed.), Critical Issues in U.S. Health Reform, 73-92. Westview Press: Boulder, CA, 1994.

36. Dorwart R, Adler D, Berlant J, et al. “Outcomes Management Strategies in Mental Health: Application and Implications for Clinical Practice.” In L Sederer, Dickey (Eds.), Outcomes Assessment in Clinical Practice, 45-54. Williams and Wilkins: New York, NY, 1996.

38. Orwin R, Goldman H. “Evaluating Alcohol Abuse, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health  Services.” In BL Levin, J Petrila (Eds.), Mental Health Services, 97-137. Oxford Press: New York and London, 1996.

39. Phelan M, Wykes T, Goldman H. “Global Function Measures.” In G Thornicroft, M Tansella (Eds.), Mental Health Outcome Measures, Springer-Verlag: Berlin Heidelberg, 1996.

40. Rothbard A, Schinnar A, Goldman H. “The Pursuit of a Definition for Severe and Persistent Mental Illness.” In Soreff (Ed.), Handbook for the Treatment of the Seriously Mentally Ill, Hogrefe and Huber: Seattle, WA, 1996.

41. Goldman HH, Skodol AE, Lave TR. “Revising Axis V for DSM IV: A Review of Measures of Social Functioning.” In Sourcebook for DSM IV, American Psychiatric Press, Inc., 1997.

42. Essock S, Goldman H. “Outcomes and Evaluation: Systems, Programs, and Clinician Level Measures.” In K Minkoff, D Pollack (Eds.), Managed Mental Health Care in the Public Sector, 295-308. Harwood Academic Publishers, 1997.

43. Goldman HH. “Linking Components of Functional Capacity Domains with Work Requirements.” In G Wunderlich (Ed.), Measuring Functional Capacity and Work Requirements, 32-36. National Academy Press: Washington, D.C., 1999.

44. Goldman H. “The Program on Chronic Mental Illness.” In SL Isaacs and JR Knickman (Eds.),  Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Anthology: To Improve Health and Health Care 2000, 115-133. Jossey & Bass: San Francisco, CA,1999.

45. Stoline A, Goldman H, Sharfstein S. “Managed Care and Other Economic Constraints.” In RW Menninger, J Nemiah (Eds.), American Psychiatry after World War II (1944-1994), American Psychiatric Press: Washington, D.C., 2000.

46. Phelan M, Wykes T, Goldman H. “Global Functioning Scales.” In G Thornicroft, M Tansella (Eds.), Mental Health Outcome Measures, Second Edition, 19-33. Royal College of Psychiatrists: London, 2001.

47. Dixon L, Ridgely MS, Goldman HH. "The Evolving Behavioral Health System: The Public Sector: Past. Present, and Future." Pp 17-26 In Textbook of Administrative Psychiatry. Washington DC: American Psychiatric Press, 2001.

48. Ridgely MS, Goldman HH, Morrissey, JP. “Assessing Systems of Care for Longterm Mentally Ill in Urban Settings.” Pp. 225-240 In Thornicroft (Ed.), Measuring Mental Health Needs (2nd edition), Royal College of Psychiatrists: London, 2001.

49. Goldman H. “Deinstitutionalization and community care: Social welfare policy as mental health policy.” Pp 146-150 In Weeghel J (ed.) Community Care and Psychiatric Rehabilitation. Trimbos Institute: Utrecht NL, 2002.

50. Lehman A, Alexopoulos G, Goldman H, Jeste D, Ustun B. “Mental disorders and diability: Time to reevaluate the relationship?” Pp 201-218 In Kupfer D, First M, Regier D (eds.) A Research Agenda for DSM-V. APA: Washington DC, 2002.

51. Goldman H. Foreward. Pp. Vii-viii In Dewan N et. al. (eds.) Behavioral Healthcare Informatics. Springer-Verlag: New York, 2002.

52. Goldman H.H. “Improving access to evidence-based services,” in Hager M (ed) Modern Psychiatry: Challenges in Educating Health Professionals to Meet New Needs. Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation: New York, 2002.


Most-Recent Peer-Reviewed Journals

Goldman HH. “Implementing the Lessons of Mental Health Service Demonstrations: Human Rights Issues.” Acta Psychiatr Scand, 101:51-54, 2000.

Sullivan E, Griffiths R, Frank R….Goldman H. “One Year Costs of Second-Line therapies for Depression,” J Clin Psychiatry 61(4):290-298, April 2000.

Cocozza JJ, Steadman HJ, Dennis DL, Blasinsky M, Randolph FL, Johnsen M,
Goldman HH. “Creating Successful Systems Integration Strategies: Lessons from the ACCESS Programs for Persons Who Are Homeless and Mentally Ill.” Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 27(6):395-407, 2000.

Goldman HH, Thelander S, Westrin CG. “Organizing Mental Health Services: An Evidence-Based Approach.” J Mental Health Policy Econ, 3(2):69-75, 2000

Rosenheck R, Morrissey J, Lam J, Calloway M, Stolar M, Johnsen M, Randolph F, Blasinsky M, Goldman H. “Service Delivery and Community: Social Capital, Service Systems Integration, and Outcomes Among Homeless Persons with Severe Mental Illness.”
Health Services Research 36(4):691-710, 2001
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Drake RE, Goldman HH, Leff HS, et al. “Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Routine Mental Health Service Settings.” Psychiatric Services, 52(2):179-182, 2001.

Hennessy KD, Goldman HH. “Full Parity: Steps Toward Treatment Equity for Mental and Addictive Disorders.” Health Affairs 20(4):58-67, 2001.

Hanrahan P, Luchins DJ, Savage C, Goldman HH: "Housing Satisfaction and Service Use by Mentally Ill Persons in Community Integrated Living Arrangements." Psychiatric Services 52(9):1206-1209, 2001.

Goldman HH, Ganju V, Drake RE, Gorman P, Hogan M, Hyde P, Morgan O. "Policy Implications for Implementing Evidence-Based Practices." Psychiatric Services 52: 1591-1597, December 2001.

Frank RG, Goldman HH, McGuire TG. “Will Parity in Coverage Result in Better Mental Health Care?” New England Journal of Medicine 345(23):1701-1704, December 6, 2001.

Randolph F, Blasinsky M, Morrissey J, Rosenheck R, Cocozza J, Goldman H. “Overview of the ACCESS Program.” Psychiatric Services 53(8):945-948, 2002.

Morrissey JP, Calloway MO, Thakur N, Cocozza J, Steadman H, Dennis D, Rosenheck R, Randolph F, Blasinsky M, Goldman HH. “Can Communities Improve Service Systems Integration for Homeless Persons with Serious Mental Illness? Evidence from the ACCESS Program.” Psychiatric Services 53(8):949-957, 2002.

Rosenheck R, Lam J, Morrissey J, Calloway M, Stolar M, Randolph F, Blasinsky M, Johnsen M, Steadman H, Cocozza J, Dennis D, Goldman H. “Do Efforts to Improve Service Systems Integration Enhance Outcomes for Homeless Persons with Serious Mental Illness? Evidence from the ACCESS Program.” Psychiatric Services 53(8):958-966, 2002.

Goldman HH, Morrissey JP, Rosenheck R, Cocozza J, Blasinsky M, Randolph F. “Lessons from the Evaluation of the ACCESS Program.” Psychiatric Services 53(8):967-969, 2002.

Steadman HJ, Cocozza JJ, Dennis DL, Lassiter MG, Randolph FL, Goldman HH, Blasinsky M. “Successful program maintenance when federal demonstration dollars stop: the ACCESS Program.” Administration and Policy in Mental Health 29(6): 481-493, 2002

Unutzer J, Katon W, Callahan CM, et.al. for the IMPACT Investigators (Howard H Goldman) Collaborative care management of late life depression in the primary care setting: a randomized controlled trial.” JAMA 288:2836-2845, 2002.

Frank RG, Goldman HH, Hogan M. Medicaid and mental health: Be careful what you ask for.” Health Affairs 22(1):101-113, Jan/Feb 2003.

Horvitz-Lennon M, Normand S-L, Frank RG, Goldman HH. “Usual care” for major depression in the 1990’s: characteristics and expert-estimated outcomes. AmJPsychiatry 160:4, 720-726, 2003.

Lin EHB, Katon W, Von Korff M, et al. for the IMPACT Investigators (Howard H. Goldman). Effect of improving depression care on pain and functional outcomes among older adults with arthritis: a randomized controlled trial. JAMA 290:2428-2434, 2003.

Goldman HH. “How do you pay your rent? Social policies and the president’s mental health commission. Health Affairs 22(5):65-72, Sep/Oct, 2003.

Cromwell J, Maier J, Gage B, Drozd E, Osber D, Richter E, Greenwald L, Goldman H. “Characteristics of high staff intensive Medicare psychiatric inpatients.” Health Care Financing Review 26(1): 103-117. Fall 2004.

Cromwell J, Drodz E, Gage B, Maier J, Richter E, Goldman HH. “Variation in patient routine costliness in US psychiatric facilities,” J of MH Policy and Economics 8(1):15-28, March 2005.

Corrigan PW, Lurie BD, Goldman HH, Skopen N, Medasani K, Phelan S. “How adolescents perceive the stigma of mental illness and alcohol abuse,” Psychiatric Services 56(5):544-550, 2005.

Frank R, Conti R, Goldman HH. “Mental Health Policy and Psychotropic Drugs,” Milbank Quarterly (Summer): 271-298, 2005.

Drozd EM, Cromwell J, Gage B, MaierJ, Greenwald LM, Goldman HH. “Patient case-mix classification for medicare’s prospective payment system. Am J Psychiatry 163(4):724-732, 2006.

Drake RE, Becker DR, Goldman HH, Martinez RA. Best Practices: The Johnson & Johnson-Dartmouth Community Mental Health Program: Disseminating Evidence-Based Practice. Psychiatric Services 57(3): 302-204, 2006.

Ridgely MS, Burnam MA, Barry C, Goldman HH, Hennessy KD,. “Health Plans Respond to Parity: Managing Behavioral Health Care in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program” Milbank Quarterly 84(1):201-218, 2006.

Blasinsky M, Unutzer J, Goldman H. Project IMPACT: a report on barriers and facilitators to sustainability.” Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, forthcoming.

Goldman HH. "Progress in Mental Health Policy in Conservative Times: One Step at a Time," Schizophrenia Bulletin 32: 424-427, 2006.

Busch AB, Huskamp HA, Normand ST, Young AS, Goldman HH, Frank RG. Changes in The Impact of Parity on Major Deprressive Disorder Treatment Quality in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, Medical Care 44 (6): 506-512, 2006

Goldman HH, et. al. “Behavioral Health Insurance Parity for Federal Employees.” New England Journal of Medicine 354(13, March 30): 1378-1386, 2006.

Goldman HH, Grob GN. “Defining Mental Illness in Mental Health Policy,” Health Affairs 25 (3, May/June): 737-749, 2006.

Azrin ST, Huskamp H, Azzone V, Goldman HH, et al.  Impact of Full Mental Health and Substance Abuse Parity for Children  in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, Pediatrics (electronic pages), forthcoming.


Associate Editor
 
1987-1991           Evaluation Quarterly
1988-present       Journal of Mental Health Administration (now Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research)
1989-1993           American Journal of Psychiatry
1992-1998           Health Affairs
1993-2001           Hospital & Community Psychiatry (now Psychiatry Services)
1997-present       Mental Health Policy and Economics
2003-present       American Journal of Psychiatry
2004–present      American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation
 
Column Editor
 
1995-2004          Psychiatric Services (Column editor, State Healthcare Policy)
 
Editor-in-Chief
 
1997-1999               Surgeon General's Report on Mental Health, Senior Scientific Editor 
2004-present           Psychiatric Services, Editor