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John F. Moeller

Director, Division of Modeling and Simulation

Related Experience
Economic Analyst: Urban Institute, Mathematica Policy Research, SRA Technologies, ICF Incorporated
Assistant Professor Economics: Bates College, University of Maine-Orono

Ph.D., Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison
M.A., Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison
B.A., Economics, University of Colorado-Boulder

Research Interests
Health care expenditures and financing
Microsimulation models of health care policy impacts

Survey Skills
Data editing and imputation

Data Products
Projected MEPS expenditure data

Current Research Projects
Outpatient Prescription Drug Prices and Insurance Coverage: An Analysis by Therapeutic Drug Class and User Characteristics from the 1996 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) (with Ed Miller, CCFS)
Children and Prescription Drugs: Analysis of the Impact of Insurance Type and Site of Care on Drug Utilization and the Therapeutic Class of Drugs Used (with Ed Miller, CCFS, Jan Valluzzi, and Marie Stagnitti)
Model-Based Sampling for Persons in Low Income Households: Evaluating Accuracy and Yield with the 1997 MEPS (with Steve Cohen, CCFS, Nancy Mathiowetz, University of Maryland, and Lap-Ming Wun, CCFS)
Covering the Uninsured: Estimates of the Impacts on Total Health Expenditures for 2002 (with Ed Miller, CCFS, and Jessica Banthin, CCFS)
Private Dental Coverage: Who Has It and How Does It Influence Dental Visits and Expenditures (with Rich Manski, CCFS, University of Maryland, and Mark Macek, University of Maryland)
MEPS Estimates of the Tax Subsidy for Employment-Related Health Insurance (with Tom Selden, CCFS, and Didem Bernard, CCFS)

Technical Assistance and Survey Contributions
National Medical Expenditure Survey (NMES): Dental, Income Editing
MEPS: Income, Asset, Prescription Drug instruments
MEPS: Prescription Drug Editing

Survey Experience
NMES, MEPS, NLS, Current Population Survey, National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), Census, National Medical Care Expenditure Survey (NMCES), CES

Superior Agency Achievement Award
Superior Internal Service Award
Secretary's Award for Distinguished Service
Administrator's Citation for Outstanding Group Performance
Administrator's Citation for Outstanding Group Performance

Referee Experience
Review of Economics and Statistics, Health Affairs, Journal for Health Politics, Policy and Law

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