Paul is currently working to measure the effect of coverage gains under the Affordable Care Act on emergency department and primary care utilization with a focus on the previously uninsured. He is also working to estimate the impact of federal, state, and insurer advertising on consumer engagement with state and federal health insurance exchanges.
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Paul earned his PhD in health policy and management at UNC. He is a first-generation American, college graduate, and graduate student as the only child of parents who defected from then Soviet-controlled Hungary in the 1970s. He is a health economist, focused on health insurance policy and how the use of medical care is influenced by coverage transitions and benefit design. He has also worked as a research economist in the Center for Health Policy Science and Tobacco Research at RTI International (2011 to 2017) and as a junior fellow at the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (2018).