Journal Articles, Books & Book Chapters

(Listed chronologically, most recent at the top)


Kadlec, H., Hollander, M.J., Clelland, C., & Liza Kallstrom (2015). “Family physicians enhance end-of-life care: evaluation of a new continuing medical education learning module in British Columbia.” BMC Medical Education, 15:119  DOI10.1186/s12909-015-0392-4

Hollander, M.J., & Kadlec, H. (2015). Incentive-Based Primary Care: Cost and Utilization Analysis.” The Permenente Journal, 19(4) [online only]   DOI:

Hollander, M.J. & Kadlec, H. (2015). “Financial Implication of the Continuity of Primary Care.” The Permanente Journal, 19(1): 4-10.  DOI: 10.7812/TPP/14-107


MacCarthy, D. & Hollander, M.J. (2014). “RISQy Business (Relationships, Incentives, Supports, and Quality): Evolution of the British Columbia Model of Primary Care (Patient-Centered Medical Home)” The Permanente Journal, 18(2): 43-48.  DOI: 10.7812/TPP/13-083


Garcia-Ortega, I., Kadlec, H., Kutcher, S., Hollander, M., Kallstrom, L., Mazowita, G. (2013).  Program evaluation of a child and youth mental health training program for family physicians in British Columbia.  Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 22(4), 296-302. [view online]

[book]  Chappell, N. and Hollander, M.J. (2013).Aging in Canada. Don Mills, ON: Oxford University Press.  To read the press release click here;  for a synopsis of the main arguments please see Overview of Continuing Care v3(2014-06-16).

MacCarthy, M., Weinerman, R., Kallstrom, L., Kadlec, H, Hollander, M.J., & Patten, S. (2013) Mental Health Practice and Attitudes Can be Changed! The Permanente Journal, 17(3), 14-17.  DOI: 10.7812/TPP/13-033


MacCarthy, D., Kallstrom, L., Kadlec, H., & Hollander, M.J. (2012). Improving primary care in British Columbia, Canada: Evaluation of a peer-to-peer continuing education program for family physicians. BMC Medical Education, 12, 110.  DOI: 10.1186/1472-6920-12-110


Beland, F. & Hollander, M.J. (2011). Integrated Models of Care Delivery for the Frail Elderly: International Perspectives. Publicado en Gac Sanit., 25(Supp.2). 138-46. [pdf]  DOI: 10.1016/j.gaceta.2011.09.003

Chappell, N.L., & Hollander, M.J. (2011). An evidence-based policy prescription for an aging population. Healthcare Papers, 11 (1), 8-18. [view online]  DOI: 10.12927/hcpap.2011.22246

  • To view commentaries on this article, click here.
  • Chappell, N.L., & Hollander, M.J. (2011). The authors respond. Healthcare Papers, 11 (1), 86-91. [view the response]

Weinerman, R., Campbell, H., Miller, M. Stretch, J. Kallstrom, L., Kadlec, H., & Hollander, M. (2011). “Improving mental healthcare by primary care physicians in British Columbia”.  Healthcare Quarterly, 14, 36-38.  [view online]  DOI: 10.12927/hcq.2011.22146


Cavers, W., Tregillus, V., Micco, A., & Hollander, M.J. (2010). Transforming family practice in British Columbia: The General Practice Services Committee (GPSC). Canadian Family Physician, 56 (12), 1318-1321. [view online]

Hollander, M.J., Corbett, C., & Pallan, P. (2010). Time for a paradigm shift: Managing smarter by moving from data and information to knowledge and wisdom in healthcare decision-making. Healthcare Quarterly, 13 (2), 49.54. [view online]  DOI: 10.12927/hcq.2013.21669

Hollander, M.J., Miller, J.A., & Kadlec, H. (2010).  “Evaluation of healthcare services:  Asking the right questions to develop new policy and program-relevant knowledge for decision-making.” Healthcare Quarterly, 13, 36-43. [view online] DOI: 10.12927/hcq.2013.21997


Hollander, M.J. (2009). Costs of end-of-life care: Findings from the province of Saskatchewan. Healthcare Quarterly, 12(3), 48-56. [view online]  DOI: 10.12927/hcq.2013.20878

Hollander, M., Kadlec, H., Hamdi, R., & Tessaro, A. (2009).  “Increasing value for money in the Canadian healthcare system: New findings on the contribution of primary care services.” Healthcare Quarterly, 12, 32-44.  [view online] DOI: 10.12927/hcq.2013.21050

Hollander, M.J., Liu, G., & Chappell, N.L. (2009). Who cares and how much? The imputed economic contribution to the Canadian healthcare system of middle-aged and older unpaid caregivers providing care to the elderly. Healthcare Quarterly, 12(2), 42-49. [view online]  DOI: 10.12927/hcq.2009.20660

MacAdam, M., Hollander, M.j., Miller, J.A., Chappell, N. & Pedlar, D. (2009). Increasing value for money in the Canadian healthcare system: New findings and the case for integrated care for seniors. Healthcare Quarterly, 12(1), 38-47. [view online]  DOI: 10.12927/hcq.2009.20414

MacCarthy, D., Kallstrom, L., Gray, R., Miller, J.A., & Hollander, M.J. (2009). Supporting family physicians in British Columbia: The experience of the Practice Support Program. BCMJ, 51 (9), 394-397.  [view online]


Deber, R., Hollander, M.J., & Jacobs, P. (2008). Models of funding and reimbursement in health care: A conceptual framework. Canadian Public Administration, 51(3), 381-405. [view abstract] DOI: 10.1111/j.1754-7121.2008.00030.x

Hollander, M.J., & Prince, M.J.  (2008). Organizing Healthcare Delivery Systems for Persons with Ongoing Care Needs and Their Families: A Best Practices Framework. Healthcare Quarterly, 11 (1), 44-54. [view online] DOI: 10.12927/hcq.2013.19497


Hollander, M.J., & Chappell, N.L. (2007). A Comparative Analysis of Costs to Government for Home Care and Long Term Residential Care Services, Standardized for Client Care Needs. Canadian Journal on Aging. 26 (SUPPL. 1), 149-161. DOI:

Hollander, M.J., Chappell, N.L., Prince, M., & Shaprio, E. (2007). Providing care and support for an aging population: Briefing notes on key policy issues. Healthcare Quarterly, 10 (3), 34-45. [view online]  DOI: 10.12927/hcq.2007.18923

2000 to 2005

Chappell, N.L., Havens Dlitt, B., Hollander, M.J., Miller, J.A., & McWilliam, C. (2004). Comparative costs of home care and residential care. The Gerontologist, 44(3), 389-400. [view online]  DOI: 10.1093/geront/44.3.389

Livadiotakis, G., Gutman, G., and Hollander, M. J. (2003). Rationing home care resources: How discharged seniors cope. Home Health Care Services Quarterly, 22(2), 31-42. [view abstract]  DOI:10.1300/J027v22n02_03

Tousignant, M., Hebert, R., Desrosiers, J., & Hollander, M.J. (2003). Economic evaluation of a geriatric day hospital: Cost-benefit analysis based on functional autonomy changes. Age and Ageing, 32(1), 53-59.  [view abstract]

[book chapter] Hollander, M.J. (2002). The continuum of care: An integrated system of service delivery. In M. Stephenson & E. Sawyer (Eds.), Continuing the care: The issues and challenges for long-term care (pp. 57-86). Ottawa: CHA Press.

Tan, E. L. C., Hayes, V. E., & Hollander, M.J. (2000). Conducting policy research: Children with special needs. The Canadian Nurse, 96(1), 27-30. [view pdf of journal issue here]


For publications prior to 2000, please contact us. Thank you for your interest.