IHDPS PUBLICATION LIST

Hall, J.P., Ipsen, C., Kurth, N.K., Chambless, C., McCormick, S., & Goe, R. (2017). Under-representation of certain disability groups by the American Community Survery (ACS). Disability and Health Journal. Online ahead of print. doi: 10.1016/j.dhjo.2017.06.001.

 

LaPierre, T.A., Zimmerman, M.K., & Hall, J.P. (2017). "Paying the price to get there": Motherhood and the dynamics of pregnancy deliberations among women with disabilities. Disability and Health Journal, 10(3), 419-425. doi: 10.1016/j.dhjo.2017.02.011

 

Hall, J.P. (2017). High-Risk Pools: An Illusion of Coverage that May Increase Costs for All in the Long Term. Annals of Internal Medicine. Online ahead of print. doi: 10.7326/M17-1196.
 

 

Hall, J.P. (2017). High-Risk Pools for People with Pre-Existing Conditions: A Refresher Course. The Commonwealth Fund Blog, March 29, 2017. http://www.commonwealthfund.org/publications/blog/2017/mar/high-risk-poo...
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Hall, J.P., Shartzer, A. , Kurth, N.K., & Thomas, K.C. (2016). Effect of Medicaid expansion on workforce participation for people with disabilities. American Journal of Public Health.
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Hall, J.P. (2015). Why High Risk Pools (Still) Won't Work. The Commonwealth Fund Blog, February 13, 2015. http://www.commonwealthfund.org/publications/blog/2015/feb/why-high-risk...
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Hall, J.P. (2015). Health care access for working people with disabilities: Medicaid Buy-in. Reforming Social Security’s disability benefits system (pp. 31-41). Washington, DC: National Council on Disability.

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Hall, J.P., Kurth, N.K., Chapman, S.C, & Shireman, T.I. (2015). Medicaid managed care: Issues for beneficiaries with disabilities. Disability and Health Journal, 8(1), 130-135.

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Hall, J.P. (2014, December). Realizing Health Reform’s Potential: Why a National High-Risk Insurance Pool Is Not a Workable Alternative to the Marketplace, The Commonwealth Fund.

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Hall, J.P., Kurth, N.K., & Averett, E.P. (2014). Asset building: One way the Affordable Care Act may improve health and employment outcomes for people with disabilities. Journal of Disability Policy Studies [Online first. DOI: 10.1177/1044207314544370]

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Thomas, K.C., & Hall, J.P. (2014). The Medicaid Medically Improved Group: Losing disability status and growing earnings. Medicare and Medicaid Research Review, 4(1), E1-E13.

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Hall, J.P. (2013). Dually-eligible working-age adults with disabilities: Issues and challenges as health reform is implemented. Disability and Health Journal. [online first] DOI: 10.1016/j.dhjo.2013.01.004

 

 

Hall, J.P., Kurth, N.K. & Hunt, S. (2013). Employment as a health determinant for working-age, dually-eligible people with disabilities. Disability and Health Journal. [online first]. DOI: 10.1016/j.dhjo.2012.11.001

 

 

Hall, J.P. (2012). Building State Health Insurance Marketplaces: Lessons from the Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan. The Commonwealth Fund Blog, January 25, 2013.

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Hall, J.P. & Kurth, N.K. (2013). Kansas Medicaid Buy-In Participants Continue to Earn More and Cost Less. University of Kansas Medicaid Infrastructure Change Evaluation Project Policy Brief Number 14, January 2013.

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Chapman, S.C., Hall, J.P. & Moore, J.M. (2012). Health care access affects attitudes about health outcomes and decisions to apply for Social Security disability benefits. Journal of Disability Policy Studies. [online first]. DOI: 10.1177/1044207312437743

 

 

Hall, J.P. and Moore, J.M. (2012, September). The Affordable Care Act’s Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan: Enrollment, costs, and lessons for reform. The Commonwealth Fund, Publication #1627.

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Hall, J.P., Chapman, S.C, & Kurth, N.K. (2012). Poor oral health as an obstacle to employment for Medicaid beneficiaries with disabilities. Journal of Public Health Dentistry. [online first]. DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-7325.2012.00359.x

 

 

Moore, J.M. & Hall, J.P. (2012). The validity of claims-based risk estimation in underinsured populations. American Journal of Managed Care 18(12):e468-e47.

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Hall, J.P., Kurth, N.K. & Fall, E.C. (2012). Discrepancy among Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, Social Security, and functional disability measurement. Disability and Health Journal, 5(1):60-63.

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Hall, J.P. (2011). Is the Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plan Working? The Commonwealth Fund Blog, November 22, 2011.

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Hall, J.P. & Moore, J.M. (2011, June). Early implementation of Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plans: Providing an interim safety net for the uninsurable, The Commonwealth Fund, Publication #1509.

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Hall, J.P. & Moore, J.M. and Welch, G.W. (2011). Preventing disability among working participants in Kansas’ high-risk insurance pool: Implications for health reform. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 34(2), 119-128.

 

 

Kurth, N.K., Fall, E.C., & Hall, J.P. (2011). KS Medicaid Buy-in Data Chartbook 2nd Edition: Research and Evaluation Findings 2002-2010. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning.

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Ozaki, R.R., Schneider, J.I., Hall, J.P., Moore, J.M. et al. (2011). Personal navigation, life coaching, and case management: Approaches for enhancing health and employment support services. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 34(2), 83-95.

 

 

Chapman, S., Fall, E. & Hall, J.P. (2010). Working Healthy Enrollees Report New and Persisting Challenges. University of Kansas Medicaid Infrastructure Change Evaluation Project Policy Brief Number 13, March 2010.

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Fox, M.H., Hall, J.P., Kurth, N.K., Reichard, A., Wright, M.O., & Haskett, L. (2010). Data Inventory on the Employment and Health of Kansans with Disabilities, 2nd edition. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning.

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Hall, J.P. (2010, December). Improving affordability of coverage for people with preexisting conditions. The Commonwealth Fund Blog, December 7, 2010.

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Hall, J.P. (2010, October). Affordable Care Act options for people with preexisting conditions. The Commonwealth Fund Blog, October 19, 2010.

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Hall, J.P., Carroll, S., & Moore, J.M. (2010). Health care behaviors and decision-making processes among enrollees in a state high risk insurance pool: Focus group findings. American Journal of Health Promotion, 24(5), 304-310.

 

 

Hall, J.P., & Parker, K. (2010). Stuck in a loop: Individual and system barriers for job seekers with disabilities. Career Development Quarterly, 58(3), 246-256.

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Hall, J.P., Fox, M.H., & Fall, E. (2010). Evaluating the Kansas Medicaid Buy-In: Factors influencing enrollment, health care utilization, and work. Disability and Health Journal 3(2), 99-106.

 

 

Hall, J.P. and Moore, J.M. (2010, October). Realizing health reform's potential: Pre-Existing Condition Insurance Plans created by the Affordable Care Act of 2010. The Commonwealth Fund, Publication #1445.

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Kurth, N.K. (2010). Parent Health Literacy in Congregations & Safety Net Clinics Final Evaluation Data Report. Lawrence, KS: Kansas Head Start Association.

 

 

Hall, J.P. Moore, J.M., Otto, B. & Salley, S. (2009, November). Impact of current health care reform proposals on people with chronic illnesses. National Consortium on Health Systems Development Policy Brief.

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Hall, J.P. (2009). Staying healthy to stay in the workforce: The role of health insurance. Policy & Practice of Public Human Services, 67(3), 24.

 

 

Hall, J.P. & Kurth, N.K. (2009). Working Healthy Participants: Earning More and Costing Less. University of Kansas Medicaid Infrastructure Change Evaluation Project Policy Brief Number 12, March 2009.

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Otto, B., Salley, S., Hall, J.P., Himmelstein, J. (2009, October). Any health care reform must allow continuation of robust Medicaid Buy-In programs for working people with disabilities. National Consortium on Health Systems Development Policy Brief.

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Hall, J.P. & Moore, J. (2008). The Kansas Demonstration to Maintain Independence and Employment: Preventing or Forestalling Disability Among Participants in the Kansas High Risk Insurance Pool. University of Kansas Medicaid Infrastructure Change Evaluation Project Policy Brief Number 11, December 2008.

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Hall, J.P. & Carroll, S. (2008). Kansans With Disabilities Speak Out About Employment Opportunities. University of Kansas Medicaid Infrastructure Change Evaluation Project Policy Brief Number 10, March 2008.

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Hall, J.P., & Moore, J.M. (2008). Does high risk pool coverage meet the needs of a population at risk for disability? Inquiry, 45(3), 340-352.

 

 

Kurth, N.K., Fall, E.C., & Hall, J.P. (2008). Working Healthy Data Chartbook: Evaluation of the Kansas Medicaid Buy-In 2002-2007. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning.

 

 

Hall, J.P., Kurth, N.K., & Moore, J.M. (2007). Transition to Medicare Part D: An early snapshot of barriers experienced by younger dual eligibles with disabilities. American Journal of Managed Care, 13(1), 14-18.

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Hall, J.P. (2007). Will Medicaid Buy-In Participants Work and Earn More If Social Security Rules Change? University of Kansas Medicaid Infrastructure Change Evaluation Project Policy Brief, Number 9, August 2007.

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Hall, J.P. & Starrett, B.E. (2007). Assessing the health care needs of Kansas’ young adults with disabilities. The Kansas Nurse, 82(7), 5-7.

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Shireman, T.I., Hall, J.P., Rigler, S.K., & Moore, J.M. (2007). Medicaid’s expenditures for newer pharmacotherapies for adults with disabilities. Health Care Financing Review, 28(4), 31-41.

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Hall, J.P. (2006). Working Healthy and Medicare Part D. University of Kansas Medicaid Infrastructure Change Evaluation Project Policy Brief Number 8, October 2006.

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Hall, Jean P. (2006, Fall). Youth empowerment academy: Focus group reveals insight into health care. Interview in Kansas Connections, Rural Health Education and Services, 14(2).

 

 

Hall, J.P., & Starrett, B.E. (2006). Assessing the needs (health status, health insurance, employment, and education) of youth with disabilities in Kansas. Final Project Report, Creating Youth Agents of Change. Funded by the Sunflower Foundation Award No. 05-103-088

 

 

Kurth, N.K. & Mellard, D.F. (2006). Student Perceptions of the Accommodation Process in Postsecondary Education. Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability 19(1). 69-82.

 

 

Hall, J.P., & Parker, K. (2005). One-Stop career centers and job seekers with disabilities: Insights from Kansas. Journal of Rehabilitation, 71(4), 38-47.

 

 

Hall, J.P., Moore, J.M., & Shireman, T.I. (2005). Unintended consequences: The potential impact of Medicare Part D on dual eligibles with disabilities in Medicaid work incentive programs. Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, Report #7330, 36pp.

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Kurth, N.K. & Hall, J.P. (2005). First Point of Contact: Results from a recent survey of Kansas frontline staff and the Working Healthy Program. University of Kansas Medicaid Infrastructure Change Evaluation Project Policy Brief Number 7, August 2005.

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Kurth, N.K. (2005). Working Healthy enrollment continues to rise. Working Healthy newsletter (5), 1. 3.

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Hall, J.P. (2004). Policy Issues for Working Healthy and Other States’ Medicaid Buy-Ins: The Good, the Bad and What Remains To Be Seen. University of Kansas Medicaid Infrastructure Change Evaluation Project Policy Brief Number 6, November 2004.

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Hall, J.P. & Fox, M.H. (2004). What providers and Medicaid policymakers need to know about barriers to employment for people with disabilities. Journal of Health and Social Policy, 19(3), 37-50.

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Hall, Jean P. (2004, March). Working Healthy: The first step is work. Working Healthy Policy Brief Number 5. Lawrence: University of Kansas.

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Parker, K., & Hall, J.P. (2004). One-Stop 101 for CILs: CD-ROM and Internet-based training modules. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning.

 

 

Berry, G., Kurth, N.K. & Mellard, D.F. (2003). Disclosure and Confidentiality: A multi-media staff development module for colleges and universities. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning.

 

 

Hall, J.P. (2003). Working Healthy: Getting the Job Done. University of Kansas Medicaid Infrastructure Change Evaluation Project Policy Brief Number 4, November 2003.

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Hall, J.P. & Fox, M.H. (2003). Early enrollment in Working Healthy: Program Features Make a Difference. University of Kansas Medicaid Infrastructure Change Evaluation Project Policy Brief Number 3, May 2003

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Kurth, N.K. & Hall, J.P. (2003). Early Enrollee Experiences. University of Kansas Medicaid Infrastructure Change Evaluation Project Policy Brief Number 2, February 2003.

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Kurth, N.K. & Mellard, D.F. (2003). Meeting the Standards: Connections between the Individual Accommodations Model (IAM) and the AHEAD Program Standards (Technical Report). Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning.

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Hall, J.P. (2002). Narrowing the breach: Can disability culture and full educational inclusion be reconciled? Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 13(3), 144-152.

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Hall, J.P. & Fox, M.H. (2002). Working Healthy - A Medicaid Buy-In for Kansas. University of Kansas Medicaid Infrastructure Change Evaluation Project Policy Brief Number 1, October 2002.

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Mellard, D.F., & Hall, J.P. (2001). Responding to specific learning disabilities in welfare-to-work clients and in the employment setting. Final Project Report to the Kansas Department of Human Resources.

 

 

Berry, G., Hall, J.P., & Parker, K. (2000) Beyond Ramps: Making Your Services Accessible to People with Disabilities. Lawrence: University of Kansas, Center for Research on Learning.

 

 

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Hall, J.P & Parker, K. (2000). Opening doors: Empowering people with disabilities. Lawrence: University of Kansas, Center for Research on Learning.

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Hall, J.P & Parker, K. (2000). Help wanted: Diversifying and strengthening your workforce by hiring people with disabilities. Lawrence: University of Kansas, Center for Research on Learning.

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Mellard, D.F., Hall, J.P., & Parker, K. (2000). Assisting adult educators in preparing individuals with disabilities for employment. American Rehabilitation, 25(3), 24-31.

 

 

Hall, J.P., Mellard, D., & Putnam, L. (Eds.). (1999). A study guide for educators providing GED preparation. Lawrence: University of Kansas, Center for Research on Learning.

 

 

Hall, J.P., Mellard, D.M, Bulgrin, J., Parker, K. et.al. (1998). Accommodating adults with disabilities in adult education programs. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning.

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