Alum Nate Favini (UCLA CSP 15-17) and colleagues published, "Comparative Trends in Payment Adjustments Between Safety-Net and Other Hospitals Since the Introduction of the Hospital Readmission Reduction Program and Value-Based Purchasing," in JAMA.
Current scholar Alon Peltz (Yale CSP), alums Cary Gross (JHU CSP 97-99 and Yale CSP co-director) and Marjorie Rosenthal (Yale CSP 03-05) and colleague published, "Low-Income Children With Chronic Conditions Face Increased Costs If Shifted From CHIP To Marketplace Plans" in Health Affairs.
Alums Renuka Tipirneni (Michigan CSP 13-15), Karin Rhodes (Chicago CSP 99-01), Rodney Hayward (UCLA CSP 86-88 and current Michigan CSP director), Matthew Davis (Chicago CSP 98-00), and colleagues published, "Geographic Variation in Medicaid Acceptance Across Michigan Primary Care Practices in the Era of the Affordable Care Act" in Medical Care Research and Review. An interview with Cary Gross about the research can be found here.
Alums Charlene Wong (Penn CSP 13-15), Kristin Kan (Mich CSP 14-16), and colleagues published, "Pediatric and Adult Physician Networks in Affordable Care Act Marketplace Plans" in Pediatrics and discussed in Newswise.
Penn CSP VA current scholar Krisda H Chaiyachati, Penn CSP assoc. director David Grande & colleague, "Health Systems Tackling Social Determinants of Health: Promises, Pitfalls, and Opportunities of Current Policies" in AJMC.
Alum Reena Duseja (Penn CSP 05-07) is the new Director for the Division of Quality Measurement, Quality Measurement & Value-based Incentives Group at CMS.
Current scholar Tyler Winkelman (Mich CSP VA Scholar) and alum Matthew Davis (Chicago CSP 98-00) contribute to Health Affairs Blog with article, "Improving Outcomes for Justice-Involved Individuals with Lessons from Veterans Programs."
Alum Aaron Carroll (University of Washington CSP 01-03) publishes piece "It's Easy for Obamacare Critics to Overlook the Merits of Medicaid Expansion" in NYTimes The Upshot.
Current Scholar Tyler Winkelman (Michigan CSP VA) is the lead author of a new study "Health Insurance Trends and Access to Behavioral Healthcare Among Justice-Involved Individuals--United States, 2008-2014" in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
Alum Joseph Ross (Yale CSP 04-06 and Yale CSP faculty) “Therapeutic Substitution—Should It Be Systematic or Automatic?” in JAMA Internal Medicine.
Alum Caroline Richardson (Michigan CSP 99-01 and Michigan CSP faculty) co-authors “Estimation of Potential Savings Through Therapeutic Substitution” JAMA Internal Medicine.
Alum Andrew Bindman (UCSF CSP VA 87-89) was appointed the Director of the U.S. Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality on May 2, 2016.