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Amy K. Taylor

Economist, 1979

Related Experience
Lecturer, Department of Economics, Harvard University
Assistant Professor of Economics, Harvard School of Public Health

Ph.D., Economics, Harvard University

Research Interests
Managed care
Medical care use and expenditures
Women's health
Health Insurance

Current Research Projects
The HMO Question for People with Disabilities
Medical Care Use and Expenditures for People with Diabetes: Are There Racial and Ethnic Disparities?
The Experience of the Uninsured in 1997 compared to 1987
Use and Expenditures for Medical Care for Women

Technical Assistance and Survey Contributions
President Clinton's Health Care Reform Task Force; White House Task Force on Health Risk Pooling
Contributed to analytic design of National Medical Expenditure Survey (NMES), Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS)
Monitored Patient Identified Physicians Survey(PIPS) component of NMES
Managed Medical Provider Component of MEPS

Survey Experience
National Medical Care Expenditure Survey (NMCES), NMES, MEPS

National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship
Commendation for Contribution to Presidential Report on Long Term Care Expenses
AHRQ Administrator's Award of Merit for work on President Clinton's Healthcare Reform Task Force

Referee Experience
REStat, QJE, NEJM, Inquiry, Medical Care, NTJ, Health Affairs, Pub Health Reports, MCRR, HCFA Review, HSR, JBES

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