Center for Financing, Access, and Cost Trends (CFACT): Staff Biography
G. Edward Miller, Ph.D.
Ph.D. Economics, University of Maryland-College Park
B.A. English, Goshen College
Economics of prescription drug pricing, utilization, and coverage
Health insurance and access to care
Neonatal health care—access and outcomes
Current Research Projects
Covering the Uninsured: Estimates of the Impact on Total Health Expenditures for 2002 (with Jessica Banthin and John Moeller, CFACT).
Prescription Drug Benefits and Underinsurance Among the Elderly, 1996 (with Jessica Banthin).
Do Prescription Drug Expenditures for Treating Diseases Really Reduce Other Health Care Costs? Evidence from the 1996 and 1997 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) (with John Moeller).
Children's Prescription Drug Utilization: An Analysis by Insurance Type and Therapeutic Class from the 1997 MEPS (with John Moeller, Marie Stagnitti, and Jan Valuzzi, CFACT).
Prescribing Patterns and Use of Potential Teratogens During Pregnancy: Safety for Mother and Fetus (with John Moeller and Denys Lau, CFACT).
Outpatient Prescription Drug Prices and Insurance Coverage: An Analysis by Therapeutic Class and User Characteristics from the 1996 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey in Investing in Health: The Social and Economic Benefits of Health Care Innovation, 2001; 14: 23-57.
Working Paper: State Practice Legislation, the Supply of Certified Nurse-Midwives and Access to Health Care.
Technical Assistance and Survey Contributions
Editing Health Insurance Plan Abstraction (HIPA) Data
Development of BENSIM microsimulation model
Provided technical assistance on prescription drug issues and data
MEPS, Natality Detail File, Area Resource File
Superior Agency Achievement Award
Select for a bibliography of articles and reports by G. Edward Miller.
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