Edward Norton

Edward Norton

Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Professor, Health Management and Policy, School of Public Health.
Professor, Economics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.
Ph.D., Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research Interests:  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.

Select Projects

Center to Accelerate Population Research in Alzheimer's (CAPRA) (NIA)

Real-world effectiveness of preventive pharmacological therapy for patients with kidney stones (NIDDK)

Effect of Concealed Carry Laws on Firearm Injury (RAND)

Hospital-Physician Integration: Causes and Consequences for Rural Communities and Physician Wage Gaps in Primary and Specialty Care (AHRQ)

Understanding the effects of Medicare's home health Quality of Patient Care Star Ratings: patient choice and unintended consequences (AHRQ)

Effect of Concealed Carry Laws on Firearm Injury (Schwab Charitable Fund)

Essays on the Heterogeneous Effects of Medicare Advantage (AHRQ)

Causes and Consequences of Healthcare Efficiency (NIA)

Understanding the relationship between Medicare's Readmission Reduction program and 30-day readmissions among patients in Michigan with private insurance (Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation)

Imaging Practices and Overdiagnosis of Thyroid Cancer (AHRQ R01) (AHRQ)

Evaluating Policies for Improving Surgical Care in the Elderly (NIA)

Effects of accountable care organizations on post-acute care (AHRQ)

Population Health Strategies for Reducing Surgical Costs (AHRQ)

Will the Reach of ACOs Extend to Specialty Care? (AHRQ)

"Enhanced Recovery" Protocols and the Cost and Quality of Inpatient Surgery (NIA)

Understanding the Causes and Consequences of Variation in Emergency Department Hospitalization Practices Across the United States (AHRQ)

Accountable care organizations and the diffusion of new surgical procedures (NIA)

Toward More Effective "Enhanced Recovery" Protocols for Major Surgery in Older Adults (NIA)

Understanding optimal delivery systems for cancer care (NCI)

Understanding Quality and Costs in Congenital Heart Surgery (NHLBI)

Explaining Variation in Mortality after Pediatric Cardiac Surgery (NHLBI)

Improving Patient Decisions About Bariatric Surgery (PCORI)

Causes and Consequences of Health Care Efficiency (NIA)

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