Senior Fellow, Health Economics
Jerry Cromwell, PhD, has more than 35 years of experience conducting federally funded technical and evaluation projects in health economics. Major fields include Medicare hospital and physician payment systems and productivity gains, disease management evaluations, federal-state Medicaid public finance, physician participation in publicly funded health programs, reimbursement of anesthesia services, and disparities in access to complex health technologies. His technical expertise includes actuarial estimation of hospital inpatient and outpatient payment rates, quasi-experimental design of payment reform demonstrations, quantification of breadth and depth of state Medicaid insurance coverage and physician work effort, and econometric analysis of business cycle effects on Medicaid eligibility. He has sat on AHCPR, VA, and OTA health care study sections and testified before Congress on Medicare and Medicaid payment reforms. He is the founder and past president of Health Economics Research, which was acquired by RTI in 2002.
PhD, Economics, Harvard University; BA, Economics, University of Southern California.
McCall, N., & Cromwell, J. (Nov 2011)
Cromwell, J., Trisolini, M.G., Pope, G.C., Mitchell, J.B. & Greenwald, L.M. (Eds.) (Mar 2011)
Cromwell, J., McCall, N., Dalton, K., & Braun, P. (Dec 2010)
Dulisse, B., & Cromwell, J. (Aug 2010)
Cromwell, J., McCall, N., & Burton, J. (Sep 2008)