Eric Verhulst, Senior Research Analyst
- Statistical programming
- Record linkage
- Child welfare
- Medicare and Medicaid
- Medicare Part D
- Plan Finder and drug pricing
- Patient safety
- Benefit structures, formularies, and payments
- Low Income Subsidy (LIS) program
Senior Analyst, Mission Analytics Group (2014 – present)
Analysis and Operations, Senti, Inc. (2012 – 2014)
Research Associate, Acumen LLC/SPHERE Institute (2005 – 2012)
B.A. (2005) Economics, University of California, Berkeley
B.A. (2005) Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California, Berkeley
“Evaluation of the Medicare Demonstration to Transition Enrollment of Low Income Subsidy Beneficiaries,” (with Grecia Marrufo, Margaret O’Brien-Strain, Nick Theobald, Teresa Lau, and Nashat Moin) Report to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, June 2009.
“Rechargeable Spinal Cord Stimulation Versus Non-Rechargeable System for Patients with Failed Back Surgery Syndrome: a Cost-Consequences Analysis,” (with J. Hornberger, K. Kumar, MA Clark, and J. Hernandez), The Clinical Journal of Pain, 2008 Mar-Apr; 24(3):244-52.
“A Systematic Review of Cost-Utility Analyses in HIV/AIDS: Implications for Public Policy,” (with J. Hornberger, M. Holodniy, K. Robertus, M. Winnike, and E. Gibson), Medical Decision Making Journal, 2007 Nov-Dec; 27 (6): 789-821.