CHSE Faculty: Hyunjee Kim
Hyunjee Kim, PhD
Center for Health Systems Effectiveness
Admin Unit: SOM-Emergency Medicine
Health economics, long-term care, Medicare/Medicaid dual-eligibles, opioid use, Medicare and Medicaid policy
Dr. Kim's research focuses on health care policy for the disabled and older adults in the United States. Her current work includes a study of the influence of Medicaid managed care on dual-eligibles and health service use in Oregon Medicaid and private insurance enrollees.
- Kim H, Hartung D, Jacob L, McCarty D, McConnell J. The Concentration of opioid prescriptions by providers and patients in the Oregon Medicaid program. Psychiatric Services, Forthcoming.
- Kim H & Jung K. New Entrants' Practice Patterns in Medicare Home Health Care after the Prospective Payment System Revision in 2008. Health Care: The Journal of Delivery Science and Innovation, DOI:10.1016/j.hjdsi.2015.06.005 Forthcoming.
- Kim H & Norton EC. Effects of the 10 Percent Cap in Medicare Home Health Care on Treatment Intensity and Patient Discharge Status (forthcoming Health Services Research)
- Kim H & Norton EC. Practice patterns among entrants and incumbents in the home health market after the PPS was implemented. Health Economics, 2015; 24(S1): 118-131.
- Dunkle R, Feld S, Lehning A, Kim H, Shen H, Kim M. Does becoming an ADL spousal caregiver increase the caregiver's depressive symptoms? Research on Aging, 2014; 36(6): 655-682.
- Choi Y, Kim Y, Drankus D, Kim H. Preservation and modification of culture in family socialization: Development of parenting measures for Korean immigrant families. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 2013;4(2): 143-154.
- Ph.D. Economics & Social Work (2013), University of Michigan
- M.A. Economics (2012), University of Michigan
- A.M. Social Work (2006), University of Chicago
- B.A. Economics & Business Administration (2004), Ewha Womans University, South Korea (summa cum laude)