Jacqueline Miller

Jacqueline Miller
University of California, San Francisco | UCSF · Institute for Health Policy Studies

Bachelor of Arts

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In October of 2021, California enacted SB 428, the ACEs Equity Act, which mandates commercial insurance coverage of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) screening in addition to ACEs screening already covered for the state's Medicaid enrollees. California is the first state to expand ACEs screening coverage, but it is possible other states may foll...
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The Support at Home pilot program provided financial support for home care services by middle-income adults with disabilities in San Francisco to support aging in place. This presentation reports the results of the mixed-methods evaluation of the program, which incorporated administrative records, surveys of clients and comparison group members, su...
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California Senate Bill 428 analyzed by CHBRP would require DMHC-and CDI-regulated plans and policies to provide coverage for adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) screenings.
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The Support at Home pilot program provided financial support for the purchase of home care services by middle-income adults with disabilities in San Francisco to support aging in place. Enrollees had income below the area median and made copayments based on household income. The mixed-methods evaluation of the program incorporated administrative re...
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The objective of this study was to explore how home care workers and the agencies that employ them interact with their state's nurse practice act in the provision of care. Using a qualitative case study approach, we selected four states with varying levels of restrictiveness in their nurse delegation regulations. We conducted interviews (N = 45) wi...
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The version of California Senate Bill (SB) 1452 analyzed by CHBRP states that if health plans and policies provide coverage for reference biologics or the respective biosimilars under the medical benefit, plans and policies cannot limit which manufacturer’s products are to be used when medically necessary.
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The version of California Senate Bill 855 analyzed by CHBRP would expand the mental health and substance use disorders (MH/SUD) required to be covered by plans and policies at parity, define medical necessity, and place additional requirements on plans and policies.
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Emerging technological advances hold potential for individuals and caregivers to help an aging population in the home or long term care settings and has the potential to alter workforce needs and potentially mitigate the rising workforce demand. The purpose of the proposed research was to research available technologies that may facilitate, replace...
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Non-partisan limited/fiscal impact analysis of the medical effectiveness, cost and utilization, and public health impacts of insurance coverage for California Senate Bill 159 HIV Prophylaxis
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Non-partisan analysis of the medical effectiveness, cost and utilization, and public health impacts of insurance coverage for California Senate Bill 1285 Advanced Practice Pharmacist.

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