Health and Environmental Policy; Econometrics
Tim Martin is a Social Scientist at the Schneider Institute for Health Policy. He is currently working on an Electronic Health Record demonstration at 17 "Beacon" sites in the US. He is also working for the American College of Surgeons on surgeon payment policy under Medicare. Other work has included development and implementation of the Medicare Hospital Value Based Purchasing policy, quality measure development, Medicare payment measure development, participation in research examining the impact of 3-tier prescription drug benefit design on utilization and expenditure, data analysis of prescription drug discount card programs, a study of buprenorphine adoption in the US funded by NIDA, and an analysis focused on estimating the burden of food insecurity in the US funded by Sodexho. In addition to health policy, his other areas of interest include environmental economics and international trade.