Jonathan Skinner is a health economist who leads several research projects funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIA). These are large-scale interdisciplinary collaborations at Dartmouth and partner institutions, drawing on Dartmouth’s comprehensive Medicare and Medicaid datasets. Skinner’s ongoing research focuses on studying the contribution of “high-tech” health care to cost growth, the diffusion of various types of medical innovations (beneficial and harmful), how provider networks affect technology diffusion, and whether high-quality health providers affect population-level health outcomes.
A member of the National Academy of Medicine, Dr. Skinner is also a research associate and director of the Aging Program at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). He has taught in Dartmouth’s economics department since 1995, where he serves as the James O. Freedman Presidential Professor, and is a frequent contributor to the national conversation about health policy.
Kelley AS, McGarry K, Bollens-Lund E, Rahman OK, Husain M, Ferreira KB, Skinner JS
J Am Geriatr Soc|2020 Mar 18
Gilstrap L, Skinner JS, Gladders B, O'Malley AJ, Barnato AE, Tosteson ANA, Austin AM
Circ Cardiovasc Qual Outcomes|2020 Mar
Barr PJ, Berry SA, Gozansky WS, McQuillan DB, Ross C, Carmichael D, Austin AM, Satterlund TD, Schifferdecker KE, Council L, Dannenberg MD, Wampler AT, Nelson EC, Skinner J
J Patient Rep Outcomes|2020 Mar 2
O'Malley AJ, Moen EL, Bynum JPW, Austin AM, Skinner JS
Stat Med|2020 Apr 15
Luan WP, Leroux TC, Olsen C, Robb D, Skinner JS, Richard P
Mil Med|2019 Dec 31