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Janet L. Valluzzi

Service Fellow, Division of Statistical Research and Methods

Related Experience
Licensed/Registered Occupational Therapist

Dr.P.H. Student, The George Washington University
Certificate, Adult Training, University of Washington
M.B.A., Seattle University
B.S., Occupational Therapy, University of Illinois Medical Center

Research Interests
Disability issues
Prescription medication utilization and expenditures
Community based program evaluation and performance monitoring
Children with special health care needs
Competency-based training
Rural health and telemedicine

Current Research Projects
Family Level Expenditure in Medical Expenditure Panel Survey Household Component (MEPS HC)
Prescription Medication Expenditures and Utilization by Persons With Disabilities
Health care expenditures in the last year of life

Technical Assistance and Survey Contributions
MEPS Utilization and Expenditures; clinical, policy, and statistical issues related to disability studies, rehabilitation medicine, interdisciplinary training and community-based care

Survey Experience
MEPS, National Ambulatory Medical Care Surveys (NAMCS), National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NHAMCS), National Health Interview Survey (NHIS), Current Population Survey (CPS)

The George Washington University, Dean's Academic Award
Seattle University, MBA Research Paper of the Year
Seattle University, Graduate Student of Distinction.

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