Topic: Medicare

Affordable Care Act Expert Guide

Sept. 27, 2013

Nursing, Aging, and Insurance

Tracie Harrison
Associate Professor, School of Nursing
APSA Health and Aging Policy Fellow, 2011-2012
512-471-9085

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Swimming through Complicated Waters, Medicare Part D Participants Learn to Reduce Spending Over Time, Economist Finds

Nov. 1, 2011

Despite substantial controversy among academics and policymakers about individuals' ability to choose complicated drug insurance products, economics research from The University of Texas at Austin has provided evidence that Medicare Part D participants quickly adapt and learn to reduce rates of overspending within the system.

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LBJ professor discusses Medicare's expansion into Mexico in Time

Oct. 26, 2009
LBJ professor discusses Medicare's expansion into Mexico in Time

The words "Medicare savings" are a red flag to some and a carrot to others. But far away from the debates in Washington, a group of expatriate baby boomers point to one place they believe real Medicare savings could be realized: Mexico.

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Baby Boomers and Long-term Care Subject of University of Texas at Austin Social Work Study

Nov. 17, 2008

A University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work graduate student has received a Hartford Foundation grant to study long-term care planning behavior of baby boomers.

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LBJ School to Host Conference on Medicare

April 25, 2008

Event: "LBJ Centennial Conference: Medicare: Past, Present, and Future," a conference on Medicare featuring keynote addresses by Peter Orszag and Mark B. McClellan, followed by a panel discussion with other policy makers and healthcare experts.

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