Barbara A. Ormond
Barbara A. Ormond, Ph.D., joined the Health Policy Center in 1997 and is currently a senior research associate. Her main area of interest is the effect of health system change on access to care by uninsured and publicly insured populations. She has studied the structure and financing of both urban and rural health care systems across the country and has worked extensively on health system issues in the District of Columbia.
Current research interests also include the contribution of prevention to health care costs. Prior to joining the Urban Institute, she worked for the U.S. Agency for International Development with assignments both in Washington and abroad. She received her Ph.D. in health economics from Johns Hopkins University.
Publications by Barbara A. Ormond
EHRs, Consensus Standards, and the EPSDT Benefit: Care for Children with Mental or Behavioral Health Problems or Developmental Disabilities (Policy Briefs/Health Policy Briefs)
Barbara A. Ormond, Mary Tierney, Juliana Macri
Potential Savings Through Prevention of Avoidable Chronic Illness Among CalPERS State Active Members (Research Report)
Timothy Waidmann, Barbara A. Ormond, Brenda Spillman
Assuring Access to Care Under Health Reform: The Key Role of Workforce Policy (Policy Briefs)
Barbara A. Ormond, Randall R. Bovbjerg
What Directions for Public Health under the Affordable Care Act? (Policy Briefs)
Randall R. Bovbjerg, Barbara A. Ormond, Timothy Waidmann
The Role of Prevention in Bending the Cost Curve (Policy Briefs)
Timothy Waidmann, Barbara A. Ormond, Randall R. Bovbjerg
The HealthPolicyCenter.Org site contains papers and publications dating back to the year 2000. For older work by the Center's staff, please visit the main Urban Institute site, www.urban.org.