Colleen Marie Carey
Colleen Marie Carey
Assistant Professor of Policy Analysis and Management, Cornell University
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The Affordable Care Act has led to significant gains in health insurance and access to care for young adults
BD Sommers, T Buchmueller, SL Decker, C Carey, R Kronick
Health affairs 32 (1), 165-174, 2013
3932013
The effect of prescription drug monitoring programs on opioid utilization in Medicare
TC Buchmueller, C Carey
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 10 (1), 77-112, 2018
2432018
Technological change and risk adjustment: Benefit design incentives in Medicare Part D
C Carey
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 9 (1), 38-73, 2017
662017
Will employers drop health insurance coverage because of the Affordable Care Act?
T Buchmueller, C Carey, HG Levy
Health Affairs 32 (9), 1522-1530, 2013
582013
Drug firms' payments and physicians' prescribing behavior in Medicare Part D
C Carey, EMJ Lieber, S Miller
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
332020
Patterns of potential opioid misuse and subsequent adverse outcomes in Medicare, 2008 to 2012
CM Carey, AB Jena, ML Barnett
Annals of internal medicine 168 (12), 837-845, 2018
322018
The impact of insurance expansions on the already insured: the Affordable Care Act and Medicare
CM Carey, S Miller, LR Wherry
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2018
272018
Government payments and insurer benefit design in Medicare Part D
C Carey
Ann Arbor (MI): University of Michigan, 2014
112014
From the peaks to the valleys: Cross-state evidence on income volatility over the business cycle
C Carey, SH Shore
Review of Economics and Statistics 95 (2), 549-562, 2013
112013
How well do doctors know their patients? Evidence from a mandatory access prescription drug monitoring program
TC Buchmueller, CM Carey, G Meille
Health Economics 29 (9), 957-974, 2020
82020
How Well Do Doctors Know Their Patients? Evidence from a Mandatory Access Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
TC Buchmueller, CM Carey, G Meille
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2019
72019
A time to harvest: evidence on consumer choice frictions from a payment revision in Medicare Part D
C Carey
Working Paper, 2017
72017
Drug firms’ payments and physicians’ prescribing behavior in Medicare Part D
C Carey, EMJ Lieber, S Miller
Journal of Public Economics 197, 104402, 2021
32021
Provider Compliance With Kentucky’s Prescription Drug Monitoring Program’s Mandate To Query Patient Opioid History: Study examines Kentucky’s prescription drug monitoring …
CM Carey, G Meille, TC Buchmueller
Health Affairs 40 (3), 461-468, 2021
22021
The impact of provider payments on health care utilization: Evidence from medicare and medicaid
M Cabral, C Carey, S Miller
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2021
12021
COVID-19 Vaccine Rollouts and the Reproduction of Urban Spatial Inequality: Disparities Within Large US Cities in March and April 2021 by Racial/Ethnic and Socioeconomic …
N DiRago, M Li, T Tom, W Schupmann, Y Carrillo, CM Carey, SM Gaddis
Ethnic and Socioeconomic Composition (September 6, 2021), 2021
12021
Sharing the burden of subsidization: Evidence on pass-through from a subsidy revision in Medicare Part D
C Carey
Journal of Public Economics 198, 104401, 2021
12021
Pass-Through of Public Subsidies in Health Insurance Markets
CM Carey
Unpublished, 2015
12015
Adverse Selection and Health Insurance Choice
B Heim, C Carey, A Gupta
114th Annual Conference on Taxation, 2021
2021
Why Does Disability Insurance Enrollment Increase During Recessions? Evidence from Medicare
C Carey, N Miller, D Molitor
2021
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