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Matthew Jura, MSc

Research Data Analyst, Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies, UCSF Health Workforce Research Center, University of California at San Francisco

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Authors: Ulrike Muench | Matthew Jura | Zoe Samson | Todd Monroe | Joanne Spetz

Topics: Behavioral Health, Long-Term Care

May 31, 2022
This report examines prescribing patterns for common psychiatric medications and for opioid and non-opioid analgesics in long-term nursing home residents with dementia by clinician specialty and provider type.
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Authors: Enihomo Obadan-Udoh | Matthew Jura | Shen Wang | Miranda Werts | Robert Martiniano | Ulrike Muench | Elizabeth Mertz

Topics: Medicaid, Oral Health

February 9, 2022
This article discusses a study of adult Medicaid beneficiaries using administrative claims data from New York (NY) and Oregon (OR) (2014-2016) to examine opioid Rxs associated with nonsurgical dental visits.
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Author: Elizabeth Mertz | Matthew Jura | Shen Wang | Miranda Werts | Robert Martiniano | Ulrike Muench | Enihomo Obadan-Udoh

Topics: Medicaid, Oral Health, Policy

October 1, 2021
This report describes dentists’ opioid prescribing patterns for Medicaid beneficiaries in 2 very different states—Oregon and New York—prior to the implementation of several national and state level opioid prescribing guidelines.
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Authors: Urlike Muench | Joanne Spetz | Matthew Jura | Charlene Harrington

Topics: Long-Term Care, Staffing

November 20, 2020
This article examines financial security, work–life balance, and quality of life of Black, Hispanic, and workers of other race/ethnicity among these professions compared to White workers.
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Authors: Ulrike Muench | Joanne Spetz | Matthew Jura | Rachel Mathison | Charlene Harrington

Topics: Health Workforce Models and Projections, Long-Term Care

June 20, 2020
This article discusses a study that utilized 16 years of data from the American Time Use Survey, which examines the financial vulnerability of high-skill and low-skill LTSS workers in comparison with other health care workers, and provides insight into their well-being by measuring time spent on work and non-work activities.
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