Health Policy

NIH Funding for hearing loss research

J Blustein Read more

NIH spending on hearing loss research

Jan Blustein Read more

Does Gentrification Displace Poor Children? New Evidence from Medicaid Records in New York City

Kacie Dragan, Ingrid Ellen, and Sherry Glied Read more

Medicaid coverage in substance use disorder treatment after the affordable care act

Christina M. Andrews, Harold A. Pollack, Amanda J. Abraham, Colleen M. Grogan, Clifford S. Bersamira, Thomas D'Aunno, and Peter D. Friedmann Read more

Medicaid coverage in substance use disorder treatment after the Affordable Care Act

Christina M. Andrews, Harold A. Pollack, Amanda J. Abraham, Colleen M. Grogan, Clifford S. Bersamirad, Thomas D'Aunno, Peter D. Friedm Read more

Medicaid Coverage in Substance Use Disorder Treatment After the Affordable Care Act. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, in press, 2019.

Christina Andrews, Harold Pollack, Amanda Abraham, Colleen Grogan, Clifford Bersamira, Thomas D'Aunno, Peter Friedmann, P.D., Read more

Program Recertification Costs: Evidence from SNAP

Tatiana Homonoff and Jason Somerville Read more

Rebates as Incentives: The Effects of a Gym Membership Reimbursement Program

Tatiana Homonoff, Barton Willage, and Alexander Willen Read more

Evidence-based treatment for opioid use disorders: A national study of methadone dose levels, 2011-2017

Thomas D'Aunno, Sunggeun (Ethan) Park, Harold A. Pollack Read more

Medicare Beneficiaries Living In Housing With Supportive Services Experienced Lower Hospital Use Than Others

MK. Gusmano, VG. Rodwin, D. Weisz Read more

Hospital readmission risk for patients with self-reported hearing loss and communication trouble

JE Chang Ji, BE Weinstein, J Chodosh, J Blustein Read more

Why Don't Seniors Choose Financially Optimal Drug Plans?

Sewin Chan, Brian D. Elbel, Iris Lin Read more