Health & Healthcare Policy
Health & Healthcare Policy
Pamela, Herd. (2019). "Genes, gender inequality, and educational attainment." UCL Institute of Education.
Pamela, Herd. (2019). "Social and Population Health Science Approaches to Understanding the Human Gut Microbiome." UCL Institute of Education.
Corlette, Sabrina., Lucia, Kevin., Palanker, Dania & Hoppe, Olivia. (2019). "The Marketing of Short-Term Health Plans." Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Corlette, Sabrina. & Hoppe, Olivia. (2019). "New York’s 2014 Law to Protect Consumers from Surprise Out-of-Network Bills Mostly Working as Intended: Results of a Case Study." Georgetown University Health Policy Institute.
Brooks, Tricia., Roygardner, Lauren. & Artiga, Samantha. (2019). "Medicaid and CHIP Eligibility, Enrollment, and Cost Sharing Policies as of January 2019: Findings from a 50-State Survey."
Brooks, Tricia., Park, Edwin. & Roygardner, Lauren. (2019). "Medicaid and CHIP Enrollment Decline Suggests the Child Uninsured Rate May Rise Again." Georgetown University Health Policy Institute.
Branham, Douglas K. & DeLeire, Thomas. (2019). Zero-Premium Health Insurance Plans Became More Prevalent In Federal Marketplaces In 2018. Health Affair. Vol. 38 (5).
A New Public-Private Partnership: Catastrophic Public and Front-End Private LTC Insurance
Cohen, Marc., Feder, Judith. & Favreault, Melissa M. (2018). "A New Public-Private Partnership: Catastrophic Public and Front-End Private LTC Insurance." Urban Institute.
Sen, Aditi P., & DeLeire, Thomas. (2018). How does expansion of public health insurance affect risk pools and premiums in the market for private health insurance? Evidence from Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act Marketplaces. Health Economics, Vol. 27, pp. 1877– 1903.
Corlette, Sabrina., Hammerquist, Josh. & Nakahata, Pete. (2018). "New Rules to Expand Association Health Plans." The Actuary.
Marc A. Cohen & Judith, Feder. (2018). "Financing long-term services and supports: challenges, goals, and needed reforms." Journal of Aging & Social Policy, 30:3-4, pp. 209-226.
Daniel W. Belsky, Benjamin W. Domingue, Robbee, Wedow, Louise, Arseneault, Jason D. Boardman, Avshalom, Caspi, Dalton, Conley, Jason M. Fletcher, Jeremy, Freese, Pamela, Herd, Terrie E. Moffitt, Richie, Poulton, Kamil, Sicinski, Jasmin, Wertz, & Kathleen Mullan Harris. (2018). "Genetic analysis of social-class mobility in five longitudinal studies." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Vistnes, Jessica., Miller, Edward., Cooper, Philip., Kashihara, David., Keenan, Patricia., Moriya, Asako. & Schone, Barbara. (2017). "Medical Expenditure Panel Survey Insurance Component 2016 Chartbook." Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
Carnevale, Anthony P., Smith, Nicole. & Gulish, Artem. (2017). "NURSING: Can It Remain a Source of Upward Mobility Amidst Healthcare Turmoil?" McCourt School of Public Policy.
DeLeire, Thomas., Chappel, Andre., Finegold, Kenneth. & Gee, Emily. (2017). Do individuals respond to cost-sharing subsidies in their selections of marketplace health insurance plans?, Journal of Health Economics, Vol. 56, pp. 71-86.
Dague, Laura., DeLeire, Thomas. & Leininger, Lindsey. (2017). "The Effect of Public Insurance Coverage for Childless Adults on Labor Supply." American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, Vol. 9 (2), pp. 124-54.
Brooks, Tricia. (2016). "Measuring and Improving Health Care Quality for Children in Medicaid and CHIP: A Primer for Child Health Stakeholders." Georgetown University Health Policy Institute.
Feder, Judith. (2016). “Mind the Gap”: Researchers Ignore Politics at Their Own Risk. J Health Polit Policy Law 1 February 2016; Vol. 41 (1), pp. 141–146.
Tricia, Brooks. (2015). "Healthcare.gov Got The Math Wrong For Dependents With Social Security Income And It May Be Costing Families Thousands." Georgetown University Health Policy Institute.
Goldstein, Markus., Joshua, Zivin., James, Habyarimana., Cristian, Eleches. & Harsha, Thirumurthy. (2013). “The Effect of Absenteeism and Clinic Protocol on Health Outcomes: The Case of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in Kenya.” American Economic Journal, Vol. 5 (2) pp. 58-85.