Lisa Clemans-Cope, PhD
Lisa Clemans-Cope is Principal Investigator on a SHARE-funded project that aims to analyze the validity of survey measures of the patient-centered medical home (PCMH) in the general population of children and track progress in expanding the medical home concept to more children over time. The project will examine and evaluate existing and alternative measures of PCMH using household survey data.
Lisa is a senior research associate and health economist at the Urban Institute. Her areas of expertise include health insurance; health spending; Medicaid and CHIP; Medicaid/Medicare dual eligibles; access to health care; health insurance reform initiatives and legislation; health-related survey data; and Medicaid claims data.
Lisa's recent work includes both quantitative and qualitative analyses of federal regulation and state implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Her ongoing work includes a project to assess state practices in reviewing premium rates in the individual and small group health insurance markets and a congressionally-mandated evaluation of children's access to and use of health services in CHIP.
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