Mon, April 10, 2017, noon:
Medical Consultants and the Value of Hospital Care (Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation)
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Professor, Health Management and Policy.
Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dr. Norton's research interests in health economics include long-term care and aging, econometrics, and the use of biomarkers in social science research. Dr. Norton has led several studies of the economics of long-term care and aging. He has studied how nursing home reimbursement affects quality and cost of care, the extent of adverse selection and the bequest motive in the private long-term care insurance market, and the behavioral effect of Medicaid long-term care insurance on residents who enter a nursing home as private payers.
Levy, Helen, Edward Norton, and Jeffrey A. Smith. Forthcoming. "Tobacco Regulation and Cost-Benefit Analysis: How Should We Value Foregone Consumer Surplus?" American Journal of Health Economics. Abstract.
Jenkins, Peter C., Caroline R. Richardson, Edward Norton, Colin R. Cooke, Mousumi Banerjee, Avery B. Nathens, and Mark R. Hemmila. 2015. "Trauma Surge Index: Advancing the Measurement of Trauma Surges and Their Influence on Mortality." Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 221(3): 729-738.e1. DOI. Abstract.
Kim, Hyunjee, and Edward Norton. 2015. "Effects of the Ten Percent Cap in Medicare Home Health Care on Treatment Intensity and Patient Discharge Status." Health Services Research, 50(5): 1606-1627. DOI. Abstract.
Kim, Hyunjee, and Edward Norton. 2015. "Practice patterns among entrants and incumbents in the home health market after the prospective payment system was implemented." Health Economics, 24: 118-131. DOI. Abstract.
Norton, Edward, Nathan W. Carroll, Morgen M. Miller, Kasey Coyne, Jason J. Wang, and Lawrence C. Kleinman. 2014. "Computing risk ratios from data with complex survey design." Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology, 14(1-2): 3-14. DOI. Abstract.