Stan Dorn, J.D. is a senior fellow at the Urban Institute. He is an expert on the Patient Protection and Affordable Coverage Act, Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), federal programs to subsidize coverage for laid-off workers, and strategies to maximize coverage among individuals who qualify for subsidies.
Before Urban, Mr. Dorn was Senior Policy Analyst at the Economic and Social Research Institute, where he focused on strategies to cover the uninsured; Director of the Health Consumer Alliance, a consortium of legal services groups that help low-income Californians obtain health care; Health Division Director at the Children’s Defense Fund, where he led the organization’s health policy team in a national campaign that helped pass CHIP; and Managing Attorney of the National Health Law Program’s Washington office. Mr. Dorn is a graduate of Harvard College and the Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California at Berkeley.
Publications by Stan Dorn
Using Behavioral Economics to Inform the Integration of Human Services and Health Programs under the Affordable Care Act (Research Report)
Fredric Blavin, Stan Dorn, Jay Dev
Examples of Promising Practices for Integrating and Coordinating Eligibility, Enrollment and Retention: Human Services and Health Programs Under the Affordable Care Act (Research Report)
Stan Dorn, Sarah Minton, Erika Huber
Opportunities under the Affordable Care Act for Human Services Programs to Modernize Eligibility Systems and Expedite Eligibility Determination (Research Report)
Stan Dorn, Rebecca Peters
What is the Result of States Not Expanding Medicaid? (Policy Briefs/Timely Analysis of Health Policy Issues)
Stan Dorn, Megan McGrath, John Holahan
Tax Preparers Could Help Most Uninsured Get Covered (Policy Briefs/Timely Analysis of Health Policy Issues)
Stan Dorn, Matthew Buettgens, Jay Dev
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