Genevieve M. Kenney spends much of her time researching Medicaid, Health insurance, Health care, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Environmental health. Her research integrates issues of Health services research, Gerontology and Family medicine in her study of Medicaid. Many of her research projects under Family medicine are closely connected to Low income and Waiting time with Low income and Waiting time, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Her study in Health reform, Insurance coverage and Medicaid coverage falls within the category of Health insurance. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Self-insurance and Public administration is strongly linked to Health care reform. Her research in Environmental health tackles topics such as Public health insurance which are related to areas like National Health Interview Survey.
Her primary areas of investigation include Medicaid, Health insurance, Family medicine, Health care and Actuarial science. Her work on Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as part of her general Medicaid study is frequently connected to Demography, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Her research ties Eligibility Determination and Health insurance together.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Managed care, Medicaid managed care, Prenatal care and MEDLINE. The Health policy research Genevieve M. Kenney does as part of her general Health care study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Low income and Unmet needs, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. Her Actuarial science research incorporates themes from Public economics and Self-insurance.
Her primary areas of study are Medicaid, Health insurance, Family medicine, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and Primary care. Her Medicaid study incorporates themes from Poverty and Environmental health. Her Health insurance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Actuarial science and Eligibility Determination.
Her work carried out in the field of Family medicine brings together such families of science as Human services and MEDLINE. Her study in Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Public economics, Subsidy, Health policy, Government and Cost sharing. Her work focuses on many connections between Primary care and other disciplines, such as Office visits, that overlap with her field of interest in Medical emergency.
Genevieve M. Kenney mainly focuses on Medicaid, Health insurance, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Environmental health and Family medicine. Her Medicaid research is classified as research in Economic growth. Her Health insurance research includes themes of Poverty level, Eligibility Determination and MEDLINE.
Her study with Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act involves better knowledge in Health care. The concepts of her Environmental health study are interwoven with issues in Gerontology and Medicaid eligibility. Her Family medicine study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Insurance coverage.
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Appointment availability after increases in Medicaid payments for primary care.
Daniel Polsky;Michael Richards;Simon Basseyn;Douglas Wissoker.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2015)
Expanding Public Health Insurance to Parents: Effects on Children's Coverage under Medicaid
Lisa Dubay;Genevieve Kenney.
Health Services Research (2003)
New Evidence On The Affordable Care Act: Coverage Impacts Of Early Medicaid Expansions
Benjamin D. Sommers;Genevieve M. Kenney;Arnold M. Epstein.
Health Affairs (2014)
Did Medicaid Expansions For Pregnant Women Crowd Out Private Coverage
Lisa Dubay;Genevieve Kenney.
Health Affairs (1997)
An Analysis of the Correlates of Discrimination Facing Young Hispanic Job-Seekers
Genevieve M. Kenney;Douglas A. Wissoker.
The American Economic Review (2016)
The effects of medicaid expansions on insurance coverage of children
Lisa C. Dubay;Genevieve M. Kenney.
The Future of Children (1996)
Health Care Access And Use Among Low-Income Children: Who Fares Best?
Lisa Dubay;Genevieve M. Kenney.
Health Affairs (2001)
Changes in prenatal care timing and low birth weight by race and socioeconomic status: implications for the Medicaid expansions for pregnant women.
L Dubay;T Joyce;R Kaestner;G M Kenney.
Health Services Research (2001)
Primary care access for new patients on the eve of health care reform.
Karin V. Rhodes;Genevieve M. Kenney;Ari B. Friedman;Ari B. Friedman;Brendan Saloner.
JAMA Internal Medicine (2014)
Health Status, Risk Factors, and Medical Conditions Among Persons Enrolled in Medicaid vs Uninsured Low-Income Adults Potentially Eligible for Medicaid Under the Affordable Care Act
Sandra L. Decker;Deliana Kostova;Genevieve M. Kenney;Sharon K. Long.
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