Media Coverage

National Public Radio, November 2014.
“Smooth Second Roll Out For MA Health Connector Site.”

New York Times, October 2014. “Medicaid, Often Criticized, Is Quite Popular With Its Customers.”

New York Times, August 2014. “Why More, Not Fewer, People Might Start Getting Health Insurance Through Work.”

New York Times, June 2014. “In Texarkana, Uninsured and on the Wrong Side of a State Line.”

Reuters Interview, June 2014. “Next battlefield in health care fight: Medicaid.”

New York Times, May 2014. “Mortality Drop Seen to Follow ’06 Health Law.”

MSNBC Melissa Harris-Perry Show, May 2014. TV Interview.  PART I:  PART II:

Boston Globe, May 2014. “Study calls wide Massachusetts coverage a lifesaver.”

Reuters Interview, May 2014. “Health Reform Watch: Study finds fewer deaths after MA health reform.”

Politico, April 2014. “Study questions Obamacare impact on canceled plans.”

Washington Post, April 2014. “White, older and self-employed people want to keep their health plans.”

National Journal, January 2014. “Considering Medicaid Expansion for Your State? Read This Study.”

New England Journal of Medicine Interview, July 2013. “Limited health care and insurance options for both legal and undocumented U.S. immigrants.”

Bloomberg News, January 2013. “Fallout from the Supreme Court’s Medicaid Decision.”

HealthCare Channel / Reuters Interview, October 2012. “Pre-Election Medicaid Roundtable.”

New York Times, July 2012. “Medicaid Expansion May Lower Death Rate, Study Says.”

Los Angeles Times, July 2012. “Medicaid may help people live longer, study indicates.”,0,5177793.story

Washington Post, October 2011. “How Many Americans will gain insurance under health reform? Good question.”

National Public Radio, July 2011. “How Much Do States Really Spend On Medicaid?”

Marketplace Radio, February 2011. “Health Insurance Churn Expected.”

U.S. News and World Report, February 2011. “With Health Care Reform, Income Swings May Mean Loss of Coverage.”, December 2010. “Dead Giveaway: Why don’t more Americans use their free health insurance?”

Harvard School of Public Health Podcast, September 2010. “The necessity of cutting health costs and slowing the rate of health cost growth in the U.S.”