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Senior Advisor for Mental Health Services, Epidemiology, and Economics [C], Division of Services and Intervention Research, National Institute of Mental Health.
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Ph.D., University of Michigan
Dr. Schoenbaum’s broad interests include health and labor economics, economic development, and economic demography. He has conducted analyses of the Palestinian health system to identify policy options for improving clinical performance and economic viability; and analyses for several national trials to improve care for depression. He collaborates regularly with John Bound on projects studying disability and work.
Unutzer, J., Michael Schoenbaum, W.J. Katon, M.Y. Fan, H.A. Pincus, D. Hogan, and J. Taylor. 2009. "Healthcare Costs Associated with Depression in Medically Ill Fee-for-Service Medicare Participants." Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 57(3): 506-510. DOI. Abstract.
Katon, W., M.Y. Fan, J. Unutzer, J. Taylor, H. Pincus, and Michael Schoenbaum. 2008. "Depression and diabetes: A potentially lethal combination." Journal of General Internal Medicine, 23(10): 1571-1575. PMCID: PMC2533367. DOI. Abstract.
Kessler, R.C., Steven Heeringa, M.D. Lakoma, M. Petukhova, A.E. Rupp, Michael Schoenbaum, P.S. Wang, and A.M. Zaslavsky. 2008. "Individual and societal effects of mental disorders on earnings in the united states: Results from the national comorbidity survey replication." American Journal of Psychiatry, 165(6): 703-711. PMCID: PMC2410028. DOI. Abstract.
Mendel, P., L.S. Meredith, Michael Schoenbaum, C.D. Sherbourne, and K.B. Wells. 2008. "Interventions in organizational and community context: A framework for building evidence on dissemination and implementation in health services research." Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 35(1-2): 21-37. DOI. Abstract.
Taylor, J.K., Michael Schoenbaum, W.J. Katon, H.A. Pincus, D.M. Hogan, and J. Unutzer. 2008. "Strategies for identifying and channeling patients for depression care management." American Journal of Managed Care, 14(8): 497-504. Abstract. Public Access.
Unutzer, J., W.J. Katon, M.Y. Fan, Michael Schoenbaum, R.D. Della Penna, and D. Powers. 2008. "Long-term cost effects of collaborative care for late-life depression." American Journal of Managed Care, 14(2): 95-100. Abstract. Public Access.
Wang, P.S., M.J. Gruber, R.E. Powers, Michael Schoenbaum, A.H. Speier, K.B. Wells, and R.C. Kessler. 2008. "Disruption of existing mental health treatments and failure to initiate new treatment after Hurricane Katrina." American Journal of Psychiatry, 165(1): 34-41. PMCID: PMC2248271. DOI. Abstract.
Harvey, N., A. Reeves, Michael Schoenbaum, F.J. Zagmutt-Vergara, C. Dub, A.E. Hill, B.A. Corso, W.B. McNab, C.I. Cartwright, and M.D. Salman. 2007. "The North American Animal Disease Spread Model: A simulation model to assist decision making in evaluating animal disease incursions." Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 82:176-197. DOI. Abstract.
Wang, P.S., M.J. Gruber, R.E. Powers, Michael Schoenbaum, A.H. Speier, K.B. Wells, and R.C. Kessler. 2007. "Mental health service use among Hurricane Katrina survivors in the eight months after the disaster." Psychiatric Services, 58(11): 1403-1411. PMCID: PMC2078533. DOI. Abstract.