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Stacey McMorrow

McMorrowStacey McMorrow, Ph.D., is a senior research associate in the Health Policy Center at the Urban Institute. She has studied the market-level effects of health insurance, specifically the impact of a large uninsured population on the availability of specialized hospital services as well as on utilization and outcomes for Medicare beneficiaries. Her recent work includes analysis of multiple health care cost containment strategies as well as several studies on coverage and access to care for children. Stacey has also examined the potential effects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on small businesses and health outcomes for individuals and families. In her previous tenure at the Urban Institute (2000-2003), Stacey participated in the creation of the Health Insurance Reform Simulation Model (HIRSM) which was designed to simulate the cost and coverage implications of a variety of health insurance reforms. 



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