Robin E Clark
Family Medicine and Community Health
UMass Medical School
United States of America
Robin Clark is a Professor in the Departments of Family Medicine and Community Health and Quantitative Health Sciences. He specializes in the economic evaluation of health care policies and interventions, with a special focus on substance abuse, mental health and primary care. His work has been funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the National Institute of Mental Health, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation of Massachusetts and by health and human services agencies in several states. His current work focuses on implementation of treatment for individuals with addiction in real world settings and the impact of Medicaid policies on the accessibility, effectiveness and cost of treatment for opioid addiction. Dr. Clark is also studying policies and practices that support individuals with persistently high health care costs and multiple chronic conditions.
Medicine and Health Care
Lin WC, Bharel M, Zhang J, O'Connell E, Clark RE (2015) Frequent Emergency Department Visits and Hospitalizations Among Homeless People With Medicaid: Implications for Medicaid Expansion. Am J Public Health. 5: S716-22.
Lin WC, Clark RE, Zhang J, O'Connell E, Bharel M (2016) Lin et al. Respond. Am J Public Health. 106: 571-572.
Clements KM, Clark RE, Lavitas P, Kunte P, Graham CS, etal (2016) Access to New Medications for Hepatitis C for Medicaid Members: A Retrospective Cohort Study. J Manag Care Spec Pharm. 22: 714-722.