Center for Medicare and Medicaid Research
The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Research, directed by Jack Hoadley and Laura Summer, conducts research on program financing, policy, design and implementation, as well as health service delivery for current and potential program beneficiaries.
Laura Summer, M.P.H., and Jack Hoadley, Ph.D., have been members of the research faculty at Georgetown University’s Health Policy Institute for more than ten years. They also bring to the project experience working in federal and state governments and independent policy organizations. Both have extensive research backgrounds studying the Medicaid and Medicare programs as well as the broader healthcare system. Many of their studies are conducted in collaboration with colleagues at Georgetown and other research organizations.
Publications and Articles:
- Medicare Part D
- Low-income Medicare and dual-eligible beneficiaries
- Promoting enrollment and access in public programs
- Medicare Parts A and B and Medicare Advantage
- Other Policy Research
Research has been sponsored by these organizations, among others:
- The AARP Public Policy Institute
- The Commonwealth Fund
- The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
- The Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured
- The Jessie Ball duPont Fund
- The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC)
- The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
- Winter Park Health Foundation.
- Medicare’s Part D Drug Benefit at 10 Years: Firmly Established But Still Evolving OCTOBER 13, 2015
- Medicare Part D at Ten Years: The 2015 Marketplace and Key Trends, 2006-2015 OCTOBER 13, 2015
- To Switch or Be Switched: Examining Changes in Drug Plan Enrollment among Medicare Part D Low-Income Subsidy Enrollees JULY 17, 2015
- Balance Billing: How Are States Protecting Consumers from Unexpected Charges? JUNE 1, 2015
- Early Insights from Commonwealth Coordinated Care: Virginia’s Demonstration to Integrate Care and Align Financing for Dual Eligible Beneficiaries JUNE 1, 2015