Sarah M. Miller
Faculty Associate, PSC
Assistant Professor, Ross School Of Business
Dr. Miller's include healthcare and health economics, business economics, and public policy.
- Miller, Sarah M., and Laura R. Wherry. 2019. "The Long-Term Effects of Early Life Medicaid Coverage." Journal of Human Resources 54(3): 785-824.
- Miller, Sarah M., and Laura R. Wherry. 2019. "Four Years Later: Insurance Coverage and Access to Care Continue to Diverge between ACA Medicaid Expansion and Non-Expansion States." AEA Papers and Proceedings 109: 327-333.
- Hu, Luojia, Robert Kaestner, Bhashkar Mazumder, Sarah M. Miller, and Ashley Wong. 2018. "The effect of the affordable care act Medicaid expansions on financial wellbeing." Journal of Public Economics 163: 99-112.
- Carey, Colleen M., Sarah M. Miller, and Laura R. Wherry. 2018. "The Impact of Insurance Expansions on the Already Insured: The Affordable Care Act and Medicare." NBER Working Paper. NBER.
- Miller, Sarah M., and Laura R. Wherry. 2017. "Health and Access to Care during the First 2 Years of the ACA Medicaid Expansions." New England Journal of Medicine 376(10): 947-956.
- Wherry, Laura R., Sarah M. Miller, Robert Kaestner, and Bruce D. Meyer. 2017. "Childhood Medicaid Coverage and Later-Life Health Care Utilization." The Review of Economics and Statistics 100(2): 287-302.
- Buchmueller, Thomas C., Sarah M. Miller, and Marko Vujicic. 2016. "How Do Providers Respond to Changes in Public Health Insurance Coverage? Evidence from Adult Medicaid Dental Benefits." American Economic Journal-Economic Policy 8(4): 70-102.
- Lipton, Brandy J., Laura R. Wherry, Sarah M. Miller, Genevieve M. Kenney, and Sandra Decker. 2016. "Previous Medicaid Expansion May Have Had Lasting Positive Effects On Oral Health Of Non-Hispanic Black Children." Health Affairs 35(12): 2249-2258.
- Wherry, Laura, and Sarah M. Miller. 2016. "Early coverage, access, utilization, and health effects associated with the Affordable Care Act Medicaid expansions: A quasi-experimental study." Annals of Internal Medicine 164(12): 795-803.
- Mazumder, B., and Sarah M. Miller. 2016. "The effects of the Massachusetts health reform on household financial distress." American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 8(3): 284-313.
- Ellimoottil, Chandy, Sarah M. Miller, Matthew Davis, and David C. Miller. 2015. "Insurance Expansion and the Utilization of Inpatient Surgery: Evidence for a "Woodwork" Effect?" Surgical Innovation 22(6): 588-592.
- Miller, Sarah M. 2015. "Information and default in consumer credit markets: Evidence from a natural experiment." Journal of Financial Intermediation 24(1): 45-70.
- Ellimoottil, Chandy, Sarah M. Miller, John Ayanian, and David Miller. 2014. "Effect of Insurance Expansion on Utilization of Inpatient Surgery." JAMA Surgery 149(8): 829-836.
- Miller, Sarah M. 2012. "The Effect of the Massachusetts Reform on Health Care Utilization." Inquiry 49(4): 317-326.
- Miller, Sarah M. 2012. "The impact of the Massachusetts health care reform on health care use among children." American Economic Review 102(3): 502-507.
- Miller, Sarah M. 2012. "The effect of insurance on emergency room visits: An analysis of the 2006 Massachusetts health reform." Journal of Public Economics 96(11-12): 893-908.
- Norton, Edward, Sarah M. Miller, J. Wang, K. Coyne, and L. Kleinman. 2012. "Rank reversal in indirect comparisons." Value in Health 15(8): 1137-40.
- Miller comments on local efforts to provide healthcare to vulnerable populations
- Study by Miller et al. shows that doctors prescribe more branded medications after marketing visits by the makers of those drugs.
- Miller finds that women denied abortions live in financial distress years later
- Miller comments on the mortality impact of having health insurance - findings from an accidental study
- Study by Miller et al. finds lack of expansion in Medicaid has led to >15,600 extra deaths/year. Governor elections next week in KY, MS, LA, & VA could effect this.
- S. Miller speaks with NPR's Stateside about how the Affordable Care Act boosted financial well-being along with physical health
- Sarah Miller comments on the U.S. Census Bureau report that found that the percentage of Americans without health insurance jumped.
- Sarah Miller & team finds that the expansion of Medicaid not only improves enrollee health, but the full expansion nationwide would've averted 15,600 deaths among the vulnerable Medicaid-eligible population.
- Miller's NBER paper quoted in New York Times
- Sarah Miller quoted in The New York Times
- Miller et al. find benefits of Medicaid for pregnant mothers in 1980s carry over two generations
- Miller et al. find benefits of Medicaid coverage passed down through two generations
- Research by Miller counters claim that Medicaid doesn't yield improved access to health care