AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Quantitative research applied to a variety of health policy issues related to older adults and Medicare
Claire Noel-Miller is a social demographer with expertise in the demography of aging populations. In her current position, she provides expertise in quantitative research methods that are applied to a variety of health policy issues related to older adults. She has written on the issue of Medicare beneficiaries’ out-of-pocket costs, among other topics.
Before joining AARP, Noel-Miller worked as a postdoctoral researcher and as a research associate at the Center for the Demography of Health and Aging, University of Wisconsin–Madison. She has extensive experience in quantitative data analysis. She has manipulated and analyzed numerous large data sets to answer research questions and is an experienced coder, working primarily in Stata and SAS. Noel-Miller holds a master’s degree in public affairs from Princeton University and a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania.
- Colonoscopy Screening after the Affordable Care Act: Cost Barriers Persist for Medicare Beneficiaries
- Medicare Beneficiaries’ Out-of-Pocket Spending for Health Care
- Observation Status: Financial Implications for Medicare Beneficiaries
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