Heather Angier, MPH
|Heather Angier, MPH|
Heather Angier joined the Department of Family Medicine in 2009. She is currently the project manager on an R01 grant titled "Family's Access to Medical Care and Impact of Insurance Lapses on Children and Youth (FAMILY)." The grant was funded to assess the impact a parent's health insurance coverage status has on their children's receipt of health care services. Heather is interested in health services and health policy research with an emphasis on prevention.
Angier H, DeVoe, JE, Tillotson C, Wallace L, Gold R. (in press) Trends in Health Insurance Status of US Children and Their Parents, 1998-2008. Maternal and Child Health Journal.
Angier H, Wiggins N, Gregg J, Gold R, DeVoe JE. (in press) Engagement of Community Health Workers in a Health Policy Research Project through an Innovative Technique: the Community Retreat. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved.
Angier H, DeVoe JE, Tillotson CJ, Wallace LS. (in press) Changes in Health Insurance for US Children and their Parents: Comparing 2003 to 2008. Family Medicine.
Casciato A, Angier H, Milano C, Gideonse, Gold R, and DeVoe, JE. 2012. Are Pediatric Quality Measures too Stringent? Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine. 25(5):686-93.
Gold R, Angier H, Mangione-Smith R, Gallia C, McIntire P, Cowburn S, Tillotson C, DeVoe JE. 2012. Feasibility of Evaluating the CHIPRA Quality Care Measures in Electronic Health Record Data. Pediatrics. 130:139–149.
Yamauchi M, Carlson MJ, Wright BJ, Angier H, DeVoe JE. 2012. Does Health Insurance Continuity among Low-income Adults Impact their Children's Insurance Coverage? Maternal and Child Health Journal. February 23. [Epub ahead of print].