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    • Changes in Drug Coverage Generosity and Untreated Serious Mental Illness 

      Madden, Jeanne Marie; Adams, Alyce S.; LeCates, Robert F.; Ross-Degnan, Dennis; Zhang, Fang; Huskamp, Haiden Ashby; Gilden, Daniel M.; Soumerai, Stephen Bertram (American Medical Association (AMA), 2015)
      Importance More than 1 in 5 disabled people with dual Medicare-Medicaid enrollment have schizophrenia or a bipolar disorder (ie, a serious mental illness). The effect of their transition from Medicaid drug coverage, which ...
    • How The New Medicare Drug Benefit Could Affect Vulnerable Populations 

      Gellad, W. F.; Huskamp, Haiden Ashby; Phillips, K. A.; Haas, Jennifer S. (Health Affairs (Project Hope), 2006)
      This study estimates how out-of-pocket drug costs could change for vulnerable populations (racial and ethnic minorities, the near-poor, and seniors with a greater burden of chronic conditions) who qualify for the standard ...
    • The Politics of Healthcare Quality 

      Scott, Kirstin W. (2015-05-26)
      Improving the quality of care provided by the U.S. healthcare system is an important societal goal. Policymakers who wish to operationalize this goal must navigate an increasingly polarized health policymaking environment. ...
    • Trends in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Ambulatory Diagnosis and Medical Treatment in the United States, 2000–2010 

      Garfield, Craig F.; Dorsey, E. Ray; Zhu, Shu; Huskamp, Haiden Ashby; Conti, Rena; Dusetzina, Stacie B.; Higashi, Ashley; Perrin, James Marc; Kornfield, Rachel; Alexander, G. Caleb (Elsevier BV, 2012)
      Objectives: Because of several recent clinical and regulatory changes regarding Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in the United States, we quantified changes in ADHD diagnosis and medication management from ...
    • Uninsurance and its Correlates among Poor Adults with Disabilities 

      Burns, Marguerite Elizabeth; O’Hara, Brett J.; Huskamp, Haiden Ashby; Soumerai, Stephen Bertram (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012)
      States must offer Medicaid coverage to low-income adults with disabilities; however, they have discretion in the design of eligibility criteria and enrollment processes. Using the American Community Survey, we examined the ...