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William Golden

CredentialsInternal Medicine
Geriatrics (1984)
TitleProfessor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentInternal Med, College of Medicine
DivisionInternal Med General Medicine
Address222 ED III College of Public Health
220 UAMS Campus Dr.
Mail Slot # 820
Little Rock AR 72205
Phone501-526-6632
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    TitleProfessor
    InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
    DepartmentHealth Policy & Management, College of Public Health

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    I am the Medical Director of Arkansas Medicaid at the Arkansas Department of Human Services and the clinical lead for the program’s multipayer payment reform initiative that was one of the first 6 efforts funded for implementation by CMS. Amongst other clinical advisory duties, I am a resource to the Arkansas Department of Human Services in the planning and implementation of payment reform, quality improvement initiatives, and health information technology. I work closely with staff at General Dynamics Health Solutions, an Arkansas Medicaid subcontractor, to design data analytic efforts to support these initiatives as well as to study special topics such as suicide attempts and patterns of opioid prescribing. Over the last several years, I have worked collaboratively with private payers in the state to create a successful statewide medical home program (85% of Medicaid patients in 200 clinical sites with over 1000 PCPs) which features common metrics and data reporting. We are committed to improving the reliability of health information exchange to facilitate patient care and to harness clinical data for accountability initiatives tied to financial incentives to foster better health care in our community

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    William E. Golden, M.D. is Professor of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences where he served as director of the division of general internal medicine for nearly 20 years. He is currently the Medical Director, Arkansas Office of Health Information Technology. For the past decade, he was Medical Director of Arkansas Medicaid and was the lead clinician for the program's Payment Improvement Initiative which has received a $42 million CMS payment reform testing grant from CMMI. In this role, he has shaped the design and implementation of over a dozen clinical episodes and a statewide Patient Centered Medical Home program. He is also directed Arkansas Medicaid's hospital pay for performance program which reduced early elective deliveries over 90%. Previously, he served for 16 years as Vice President for Clinical Quality of the Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care for which he has designed numerous statewide quality improvement for Medicare and Medicaid. He is currently a member of the NQF Appeals Committee. A past member of the HCP-LAN Guiding Committee, he co-chaired a workgroup that released a white paper for alternative payment mechanisms for primary care that foretold the CMS model of Primary Care First.

    A past Chair the Board of Regents of the American College of Physicians, Dr. Golden served on the Board of Directors of the National Quality Forum from 2001-2004 and was President of the American Health Quality Association from 1997-2000. He has been a methodologist member of the AMA Physician Consortium for Performance Measurement for over a decade. Among his awards and recognitions, he received the national James Q. Cannon award for physician leadership in clinical quality improvement (2001), Mastership in the American College of Physicians (2008), the Alfred Stengel Memorial Award for service to the American College of Physicians (2011), and UAMS Public Health School Award for Leadership in Public Health (2014).

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    Internal Medicine South

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    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
    1984 2003 Director, Division of General Internal Medicine, UAMS, Little Rock, AR
    1990-1999 Associate Professor, UAMS, Dept of Medicine
    1999- Professor, UAMS, Dept of Medicine
    1992-2008 Vice President, Quality Improvement, Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care
    1997-2000 President, American Health Quality Association
    2003- Professor, UAMS, College of Public Health
    2008- Medical Director, Arkansas Medicaid
    2019- Medical Director, Arkansas Office of Health Information Technology

    NATIONAL LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE:
    1995-96 President, American Society of Internal Medicine
    1997-00 President, American Health Quality Association
    2000-2008 Member, Board of Regents, American College of Physicians
    2001-2004 Member, Board of Directors, National Quality Forum
    2006-2007 Chair, Board of Regents. American College of Physicians
    2006-2014 Member, Executive Committee, Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement (PCPI)
    2015-2017 Member, Guiding Committee HCP-LAN
    2016 Chair, Medicaid Medical Directors’ Learning Network (MMDN)

    1997 - Present Chair, ACP Delegation to the American Medical Association (now with 33 ACP delegates)

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    Brown University, RI AB06/1975Health Policy
    Baylor College of Medicine , Houston MD06/1978Medicine
    Rush Medical Center , Chicago 06/1982Internal Medicine
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    2017 - 2021Editor's Reviewer Commendation , Annals of Internal Medicine
    2014 - 2018Best Doctors in America
    2011Alfred Stengel Award , American College of Physicians
    2007Mastership , American College of Physicians
    2005Medical Education Innovation Award , UAMS
    2001James Q Cannon Award , American Health Quality Association
    1994Directors Award for Excellence , Health Care Financing Admin (HCFA)

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    P20HS015878     (MARTIN, BRADLEY)Jun 1, 2006 - May 31, 2008
    Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality
    UAMS Consortium for Health Service Research
    Role: Co-Investigator

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    I participate in numerous statewide webinars and conferences to promote quality improvement activities using statewide data sorted by individual practice sites.


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    1. Chasteen S, Golden WE, Smith N. Newborn screening improvements in Arkansas. J Ark Med Soc. 2015 May; 111(12):252-3. PMID: 25966599.
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    2. Crowley RA, Golden W. Health policy basics: Medicaid expansion. Ann Intern Med. 2014 Mar 18; 160(6):423-5. PMID: 24366475.
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    3. Golden WE, Henry C, Palmer M. Reducing C-section rates in low-risk, first-time pregnancies. J Ark Med Soc. 2013 Nov; 110(6):108-9. PMID: 24367884.
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    4. Vancil T, Hopkins R, Golden W. Effective Physician: Lung Cancer Screening Guildelines. 2013.
    5. Hopkins R, Golden W. Effective Physician: Diagnosis and Treatment of Diabetic Foot Infections. 2013.
    6. Alexander A, Hopkins R, Golden W. Effective Physician: Overactive Bladder. 2013.
    7. Vancil T, Hopkins R, Golden W. Effective Physician: Episodic Migraine Headache Prophylaxis. 2013.
    8. Agarwal A, Hopkins R., Golden W. Effective Physician: Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease. 2012.
    9. Agarwal A, Hopkins R, Golden W. Effective Physician: Acute Bacterial Phinosinusitis in Adults. 2012.
    10. Hopkins R., Golden W. Effective Physician: Perioperative Anticoagulation. 2012.
    11. Golden W, Griffin RF, Thompson JW, Armstrong R. Arkansas health care payment improvement initiative: overview and the rold of quality measures. J Ark Med Soc. 2012; 109(1):16-7.
    12. Golden W, Griffin RF, Thompson JW, Armstrong R. Arkansas health care payment improvement initiative: overview and the role of quality measures. J Ark Med Soc. 2012 Jul; 109(1):16-7. PMID: 22866476.
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    13. Wheeler JG, Golden W. Building the medical home: after-hours access. J Ark Med Soc. 2012 Apr; 108(11):240-1. PMID: 22533195.
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    14. Golden W, Hopkins R. Diabetes management 2012. Internal Medicine News. 2012.
    15. Golden W, Hopkins R. The role of CABG. Internal Medicine News. 2012.
    16. Golden W, Hopkins R. Six for '12. Internal Medicine News. 2012.
    17. Golden W, Hopkins R. GERD management update. Internal Medicine News. 2011.
    18. Golden W, Hopkins R. Vitamin D deficiency. Internal Medicine News. 2011.
    19. Nugent R, Golden WE, Hall W, Bronstein J, Grimes D, Lowery C. Locations and outcomes of premature births in Arkansas. J Ark Med Soc. 2011 May; 107(12):258-9. PMID: 21667683.
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    20. Castro JL, Taylor JL, Golden WE. A new Arkansas resource for pediatric mental health. J Ark Med Soc. 2011 Mar; 107(10):202-3. PMID: 21739846.
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    21. Golden W, Domon S, Miller L, Ford P. Use of atypical antipsychotic medications in children. J Ark Med Soc. 2009 Jul; 106(1):12-3. PMID: 19606632.
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    22. Golden WE, Doman S, Miller L, Ford P. Use of Atypical Antipsychotics in Children. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Association. 2009.
    23. Golden W, Hopkins R. Hospital Management of CHF 2009. 2009; 42.
    24. Golden W, Hopkins R. Glycemic Management in Type 2 Diabetes. 2009; 42.
    25. Golden W, Hopkins R. 2009: Changes?. 2009; 42.
    26. Golden W, Hopkins R. Managing Crohns Disease 2009. 2009; 42.
    27. Golden W, Hopkins R. Opioids for Noncancer Pain. 2009; 42.
    28. Golden W, Hopkins R. Monitoring Vancomycin. 2009; 42.
    29. Golden WE, Hermann RC, Jewell M, Brewster C. Development of evidence-based performance measures for bipolar disorder: overview of methodology. J Psychiatr Pract. 2008 May; 14 Suppl 2:18-30. PMID: 18677196.
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    30. Oldham JM, Golden WE, Rosof BM. Quality improvement in psychiatry: why measures matter. J Psychiatr Pract. 2008 May; 14 Suppl 2:8-17. PMID: 18677195.
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    31. Golden WE. Measuring clinical efficiency: issues in creating physician profiles. J Ark Med Soc. 2008 Apr; 104(10):231-2. PMID: 18426154.
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    32. Brown P, Golden WE. Benchmarking to high performers drives effective improvement. J Ark Med Soc. 2008 Feb; 104(8):179-80. PMID: 18293840.
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    33. Golden W. Measuring Efficiency in Health Care. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Association. 2008.
    34. Golden W, Hopkins R. Chronic Hepatitis B. 2008; 41.
    35. Golden W, Hopkins R. Allergic Rhinitis. 2008; 41.
    36. Golden W, Hopkins R. Barretts Esophagus. 2008; 42.
    37. Golden W, Hopkins R. Reducing the Gastrointestinal Risks of Antiplatelet Therapy. 2008; 41.
    38. Golden W, Hopkins R. Perioperative Anticoagulation Management. 2008; 42.
    39. Golden W, Hopkins R. Evaluating New ICU Fever. 2008; 41.
    40. Golden W, Potts SG, West DS, Kinggard T. Toward better control of hypertension: targeting patient compliance. J Ark Med Soc. 2007 Aug; 104(2):36-7. PMID: 17902602.
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    41. Golden W, Kinggard TE. ADHD remains clinical challenge: data indicate need for closer follow-up of treated children. J Ark Med Soc. 2007 Jun; 103(12):297-8. PMID: 17585709.
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    42. Golden WE, Kinggaard T. ADHD Remains a Clinical Challenge. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Association. 2007.
    43. Golden WE. Patient- centered efforts shaping the culture of health care. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Association. 2007.
    44. Golden WE. Patient-centered efforts shaping the culture of health. J Ark Med Soc. 2007 Apr; 103(10):245-6. PMID: 17487021.
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    45. Golden W, Kinggard T, Potts SG. Preventing complications in diabetic patients: blood pressure control essential. J Ark Med Soc. 2006 Sep; 103(3):58-9. PMID: 16986761.
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    46. Golden WE, Lavender R. Venous thromboembolism: risk assessment, prevention could save lives. J Ark Med Soc. 2006 Aug; 103(2):32-3. PMID: 16910224.
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    47. West DS, Golden WE. Medicare part D and medication management in the elderly. J Ark Med Soc. 2006 Jun; 102(12):320-1. PMID: 16776305.
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    48. Golden WE, Wells C. Antibiotic prescribing in Arkansas: compliance with national standards varies widely. J Ark Med Soc. 2006 Mar; 102(9):244-5. PMID: 16562761.
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    49. West DS, Golden WE. Medicare Part D and Medication Menagement in the Elderly. Journal or the Arkansas Medical Association. 2006; 102:320-321.
    50. Golden WE, Potts SG, West D. Anxiety management in Arkansas: benzodiazepine prescribing varies dramatically by region. J Ark Med Soc. 2005 Sep; 102(3):58-9. PMID: 16184804.
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    51. Golden WE, Heft M. Medicare's 'appropriate care measures' raise quality expectations. Reporting of ACM's focus on overall care. J Ark Med Soc. 2005 Aug; 102(2):42-3. PMID: 16111124.
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    52. Golden WE, Heft M, Brown P, Dyer P. Intensive participation accelerates clinical improvement. AFMC consultation achieves high satisfaction scores. J Ark Med Soc. 2005 Jun; 101(12):360-1. PMID: 15948503.
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    53. Golden WE. Native AV fistulae improve dialysis outcomes. J Ark Med Soc. 2005 Apr; 101(10):302-3. PMID: 15839317.
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    54. Golden WE. Update: emerging evidence leads to new guidelines. J Ark Med Soc. 2005 Feb; 101(8):248-9. PMID: 15739750.
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    55. Golden WE. Arkansas' inpatient performance improves. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 2005; 101:274-275.
    56. Golden WE, Heft M, Brown P, Dyer P. Intensive participation accelerates clinical improvement. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 2005; 101:360-361.
    57. Goldem WE, Potts S, West D. Managing Anxiety. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 2005.
    58. Golden WE, Moore G. Sickle cell syndromes: misdiagnosis can affect treatment. J Ark Med Soc. 2004 Nov; 101(5):144-5. PMID: 15554178.
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    59. Golden WE, Wells C. Managing hemophilia: safer, more effective but expensive. J Ark Med Soc. 2004 Aug; 101(2):50-1. PMID: 15318445.
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    60. Golden WE, Hickman N. Low Pap smear rates leave women at risk. J Ark Med Soc. 2004 Jun; 100(12):426-7. PMID: 15200282.
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    61. Golden WE. Pursuing reliable health care: gaps in performance affect outcomes, public trust. J Ark Med Soc. 2004 Apr; 100(10):352-3. PMID: 15080275.
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    62. Golden WE. Should health plans be accountable for clinical performance measures? Int J Qual Health Care. 2004 Feb; 16(1):7-8. PMID: 15020555.
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    63. Golden WE. Asthma in Arkansas: anti-inflammatory use grows, but performance still a concern. J Ark Med Soc. 2004 Feb; 100(8):266-7. PMID: 14999886.
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    64. Golden WE, Wells C. Managing Hemophilia. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 2004; 101:50-51.
    65. Golden WE. Emerging evidence leads to new guidelines. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 2004; 101:248-249.
    66. Golden WE. Improving Asthma Care in Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 2004; 100:266-267.
    67. Nycum J, Golden WE. Earn CME credit for outpatient quality improvement projects. J Ark Med Soc. 2003 May; 99(11):360-1. PMID: 12751410.
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    68. Golden WE, Brown P, Godsey N. CMS releases new standards for community-acquired pneumonia. J Ark Med Soc. 2003 Mar; 99(9):288-9. PMID: 12674913.
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    69. Golden WE. Reducing failure rates: system changes lead to better care. J Ark Med Soc. 2003 Jan; 99(7):232-3. PMID: 12561720.
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    70. West DS, Golden WE. Unique Partnership: The Arkansas College of Pharmacy and the Arkansas QIO. Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy. 2003; 8:12-14.
    71. Magee JS, Jones SM, Ayers ME, Golden W, Vargas PA. Access to spacers and peak flow meters among medicaid patients with asthma. J Asthma. 2002 Dec; 39(8):687-91. PMID: 12507188.
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    72. Compas C, Golden WE. New federal initiative features public reporting of nursing home data. J Ark Med Soc. 2002 Dec; 99(6):182-3. PMID: 12500591.
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    73. Golden WE, Gibson-Reed C, Wells C. Guidelines for chlamydia screening made feasible by new tests. J Ark Med Soc. 2002 Nov; 99(5):152-3. PMID: 12434624.
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    74. Golden WE, Brown P. Improving health care for Medicare patients: AFMC renews contract and focus. J Ark Med Soc. 2002 Oct; 99(4):116-7. PMID: 12362653.
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    75. Wells C, West D, Golden WE. Asthma treatment in Arkansas: improved use of anti-inflammatory drugs benefits patients. J Ark Med Soc. 2002 Sep; 99(3):84-5. PMID: 12216334.
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    76. Brown P, Golden WE. Second national "report card". Arkansas' clinical performance still needs improvement. J Ark Med Soc. 2002 Apr; 98(10):326-7. PMID: 11951788.
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    77. Golden WE, Wells C. Evaluating prenatal care in Arkansas. J Ark Med Soc. 2002 Mar; 98(9):296-7. PMID: 11881262.
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    78. Golden WE, Gibson-Reed C, Wells C. Guidelines for Chlamydia Screening. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 2002; 99:152-153.
    79. Compas C, Golden WE. Public Reporting of Nursing Home Data. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 2002; 99:182-183.
    80. Wells C, West D, Golden WE. Asthma Treatment in Arkansas. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 2002; 99:84-85.
    81. Golden WE, Brown P. Improving Health Care for Medicare Patients. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 2002; 99:116-117.
    82. Golden WE, Hopkins RH. Managing diabetes mellitus. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 2001; 97:307-310.
    83. Golden WE, Fitzgerald AD. Antibiotics and upper respiratory infeations. P&A Review; Institute for Continuing Healthcare Education. 1999; 24-37.
    84. Golden WE. Gulf War Vererans: Measuring Health. Committee on Measuring the Health of Gulf War Veterans. 1999.
    85. Golden WE, Hopkins RH. Beta-blocker treatment following acute myocardial infraction: an effective but underutilized intervention. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 1999; 96:57-59.
    86. Golden WE. Definition of Serious or Complex Medical Conditions. Committee on Serious or Complex Medical Conditions. 1999.
    87. Golden WE, Fitzgerald AD. Urinary travt infections and antibiotics. P&T Review; Institute for Continuing Healthcare Education. 1999; 38-46.
    88. Golden WE. Adequacy of the Persian Gulf Registry and Uniforn Case Assessment Protocol. Committee on the Evaluation of the Department of Veterans Affairs Uniform Case Protocol. 1998.
    89. Golden WE, et al. Quality Alert - Beta Blockers. 1998.
    90. Golden WE, Sanchez N. Perioperative blood transfusion project. The Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 1998; 94:355-357.
    91. Golden WE, Hopkins RH, Sanchez N. Antenatal corticosteroids for the prevention of neonatal respiratory distress in a predominantly rural state Medicaid program. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 1998; 92:837-841.
    92. Golden WE. Hypertension and Asthma. The Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 1998; 94:535-537.
    93. Cleves M, Golden WE. Assessment of HCFA's 1992 Medicare hospital information report of mortality following admission foe hip arthroplasty. Health Services Research. 1996; 31:39-48.
    94. Golden WE, Cleves MA, Johnson J. Laparoscopic choelecystecomy in the geriatric population. Journal of the American Geriatric Society. 1996; 44:1380-1383.
    95. Golden WE, Sanchez N. The relationship of episiotomy and third and fourth degree lacerations. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 1996; 92:447-448.
    96. Pitts B, Sanchez N, Golden WE. Diagnosis and treatment of pseudomembranous colitis. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 1996; 93:329-331.
    97. Gorton A, Golden WE et al. Effectiveness of Different Techniques of Practice Guideline Dissemination. Archives of Family Medicine. 1995; 4:135-142.
    98. Chen M, Golden WE. The role of international normalized ration (INR) in clinical practice. Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 1995; 92:178-180.
    99. Golden WE, Cleves MA, Johnson J. Health care report cards: validity of case definations. Archives of Family Medicine. 1995; 4:976-980.
    100. Golden WE. The Roles of Specialists in Health Care Reform. The Internist. 1994.
    101. Golden WE Editor. Access to health care, managed care, and Medicare. IMCARE/ ASIM Socioeconomic Modules. 1994.
    102. Golden WE. Practice parameters - guidelines or "cookbook medicine". Critical Issues Shaping Medical Practice, University Hospital Consortium. 1994.
    103. Golden WE, Williamson W. Perioperative Consultation in Bone, R. 1994.
    104. Golden WE, Lavender RC. Perioperative medical considerations in Ferlito A. 1993.
    105. Golden WE. Federal Guidelines Panel on Depression, Treatment of Depression in Primary Care Patients. Agency 5 forHealth Care Policy and Research. 1993.
    106. Golden WE, Cleves MA, Heard JK. Frequency and recognition of ACE inhibitor associated angioneurotic edema. Clinical Performance and Health Care Quality. 1993; 1:205-207.
    107. Golden WE. New approaches (guest editorial). Journal of the Arkansas Medical Society. 1993; 90:60-61.
    108. Golden WE. Health status measurment: Implementation Strategies. Medical Care. 1992; 30(5S):187-195.
    109. Schwartz MD, Linzer M, Babbott D, Golden WE. Medical student interest in internal medicine. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1991; 114:6-15.
    110. Golden WE, Friedlander IR. Utilization of MEDFILE - a preprinted medical literature filling system. Family Practice Research Journal. 1991; 11:301-308.
    111. Golden WE, Lavender RC. Perioperative cardiac evaluation and the need for subspecialty evaluation. Southern Medical Journal. 1989; 82:292-295.
    112. Golden WE. Changing career choices of honors graduates across two decades. Academic Medicine. 1989; 64(10):616-621.
    113. Golden WE, Lavender RC, Metzer WS. Perioperative psychosis in Parkinson's disease patients. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1989; 11(3):218-222.
    114. Golden WE, Lavender RC. The medical care of the ENT patient in Myers EN and Suen JY. 1989.
    115. Barnes RW, Nix ML, Barnes CL, Lavender RC, Golden WE, Harmon BH, Ferris EJ, Nelson CL. Perioperative asymptomatic venus thrombosis:role of duplex scanning versus venography. Journal of Vascular Surgery. 1989; 9(2):251-260.
    116. Golden WE. Clinical competence in continuous arteriovenous hemofiltration. Clinical Privileges Project Steering Committee. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1988; 108:900-902.
    117. Gloden WE. Clinical Competence in diagnostic endosopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography. Clinical Privileges Project Steering Committee. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1988; 108:139-141.
    118. Golden WE. Clinical competence in percutaneous renal biopsy. Clinical Privileges Project Steering Committee. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1988; 108:301-303.
    119. Golden WE. Clinical competence in acute peritoneal dialysis. Clinical Privileges Project Steering Committee. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1988; 108:763-765.
    120. Golden WE. Clinical competence in acute hemodialysis. Clinical Privileges Project Steering Committee. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1988; 108:632-634.
    121. Golden WE. Clinical competence in the use of flexible sigmoidosopy foe screening purposes. Clinical Privileges Steering Committee. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1987; 107:589-591.
    122. Golden WE. Clinical competence in diagnostic esophagogastroduodenoscopy. Clinical Privileges Project Steering Committee. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1987; 107:937-939.
    123. Golden WE. Internal medicine curriculum: time for review. The Internist. 1987; 28(2):15-17.
    124. Golden WE. Clinical competence in colonoscopy. Clinical Privileges Project Steering Committee. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1987; 107:772-774.
    125. Golden WE, Friedlander IR. Student experience with MEDFILE. Medical Education. 1987; 21:314-319.
    126. Golden WE. Guide for the use of American College of Physicians statements on clinical competence. Clinical Privileges Project Steering Committee. Annals of Internal Medicine. 1987; 107:588-589.
    127. Golden WE. The future internist. The Internist. 1984; 25:10.
    128. Golden WE. Health Policy Agenda Project Final Report Vol 1-3. National Steering Committee.
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