Simon F. Haeder
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Influence and the administrative process: Lobbying the US president's office of management and budget
SF Haeder, SW Yackee
American Political Science Review 109 (3), 507-522, 2015
1042015
You Can't Make Me Do It: State Implementation of Insurance Exchanges under the Affordable Care Act
SF Haeder, DL Weimer
Public Administration Review 73 (s1), S34-S47, 2013
1022013
Top-down and bottom-up approaches to health care quality: the impacts of regulation and report cards
DB Mukamel, SF Haeder, DL Weimer
Annual review of public health 35, 477-497, 2014
632014
California hospital networks are narrower in Marketplace than in commercial plans, but access and quality are similar
SF Haeder, DL Weimer, DB Mukamel
Health Affairs 34 (5), 741-748, 2015
502015
You Can’t Make Me Do It, but I Could Be Persuaded: A Federalism Perspective on the Affordable Care Act
SF Haeder, DL Weimer
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 2015
472015
Secret shoppers find access to providers and network accuracy lacking for those in marketplace and commercial plans
SF Haeder, DL Weimer, DB Mukamel
Health Affairs 35 (7), 1160-1166, 2016
422016
Narrow Networks and the Affordable Care Act
SF Haeder, DL Weimer, DB Mukamel
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association, 2015
402015
Beyond path dependence: explaining healthcare reform and its consequences
SF Haeder
Policy Studies Journal 40, 65-86, 2012
382012
Inching toward universal coverage: State-federal health-care programs in historical perspective
SF Haeder, DL Weimer
Journal of Policy History 27 (4), 746-770, 2015
182015
How intense policy demanders shape postreform politics: Evidence from the Affordable Care Act
P Rocco, SF Haeder
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 43 (2), 271-304, 2018
172018
Balancing adequacy and affordability?: Essential health benefits under the Affordable Care Act
SF Haeder
Health policy 118 (3), 285-291, 2014
162014
A knotty problem: consumer access and the regulation of provider networks
SF Haeder, DL Weimer, DB Mukamel
Journal of health politics, policy and law 44 (6), 937-954, 2019
122019
Quality Regulation? Access to High-Quality Specialists for Medicare Advantage Beneficiaries in California
SF Haeder
Health Services Research and Managerial Epidemiology 6, 2019
102019
Presidentially Directed Policy Change: The Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs as Partisan or Moderator?
SF Haeder, SW Yackee
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 28 (4), 475-488, 2018
102018
Making the Affordable Care Act Work: High-Risk Pools and Health Insurance Marketplaces
SF Haeder
The Forum 11 (3), 499-511, 2013
102013
A consumer-centric approach to network adequacy: access to four specialties in California’s Marketplace
SF Haeder, D Weimer, DB Mukamel
Health Affairs 38 (11), 1918-1926, 2019
82019
A tale of two programs: access to high quality providers for Medicare Advantage and Affordable Care Act beneficiaries in New York State
SF Haeder
World Medical & Health Policy 11 (3), 212-230, 2019
62019
The demise of community responsibility: Unintended consequences of coverage expansions on California public hospitals
SF Haeder
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 44 (2), 173-219, 2019
62019
Political Science and US Health Policy in the Era of the Affordable Care Act
SF Haeder
Policy Studies Journal 48, S14-S32, 2020
52020
Monetizing Bowser: A Contingent Valuation of the Statistical Value of Dog Life
D Carlson, S Haeder, H Jenkins-Smith, J Ripberger, C Silva, D Weimer
Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis 11 (1), 131-149, 2019
52019
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