Lisa Dubay

Co-Director
Organization
Urban Institute

Lisa Dubay, Ph.D, is a Senior Fellow in the Urban Institute’s Health Policy Center. Dr. Dubay is a nationally recognized expert on the Medicaid and CHIP programs. She is a health services researcher who has focused on evaluating the effects of public policies on access to care, health care utilization, health outcomes and health insurance coverage using quasi-experimental designs. She is currently involved in major evaluations of delivery system reform where she is leading the quantitative impact analysis of the Strong Start II demonstration testing the use of alternative evidence based prenatal care delivery practices on birth outcomes for Medicaid covered women. Dr. Dubay co-directs the Urban Institute’s cross-center initiative on the Social Determinants of Health where she works with researchers across the Institute’s policy centers. She has written extensively on race, income and place-based disparities in health and the environments in which individuals, live, learn, work and play.  

Team
NCC

Projects

This study examines state level regulations that are being used to promote access to care for primary care services and prescription drugs in private insurance plans. Data are being drawn from a regulatory review of all 50 states and a more in-depth review of activities in six states.