Carrie Graham, PhD

Title(s)Professor, Social Behavioral Sciences
SchoolSchool of Nursing
Address490 Illinois Street, #1200
San Francisco CA 94158
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    University of California, San FranciscoPhD Sociology2002Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences
    Miami UniversityMaster of Gerontological Studies1995Scripps Gerontology Center
    University of California, San DiegoBachelors in Sociology and African Studies1992Sociology
    University of California, San FranciscoHealth Policy Fellowship2002Institute for Health Policy Studies

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    Carrie Graham, Ph.D, MGS, is a health policy researcher with a doctorate in Medical Sociology and a master's degree in Gerontological Studies. She is a Professor at the UCSF Institute for Health and Aging and holds a joint faculty appointment at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. She has been the principal investigator of several studies examining the experiences and choices of seniors and people with disabilities who are transitioning to managed care delivery systems and programs that integrate Medi-Cal, Medicare, and long-term services and supports. As well as evaluating innovative programs to promote aging in community. In 2018/2019 she was a Health and Aging Policy Fellow working on Medicare policy in the US House of Representatives, Ways and Means Committee. She is currently a Senior Policy Consultant to Governor Newsom’s administration helping to develop California’s Master Plan for Aging.

    Dr. Graham has been working in the field of health policy, gerontology and evaluation research for 20 years. She specializes in using a participatory evaluation approach that incorporates the perspectives of consumers and stakeholders in all phases of evaluation, from the evaluation design through the interpretation of results. She conducts research with hard to reach populations including frail seniors, people with disabilities, people with chronic illnesses and people with no or limited English proficiency. To answer complex policy questions, she often uses mixed-methods, incorporating both qualitative data from interviews or focus groups as well as quantitative survey data.

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      1. Dual Beneficiaries Gauge the Strengths (and Weaknesses) of Cal MediConnect. Aging Today. 2018; (Sept/Oct ). Graham, C. Hollister, B . View Publication.
      2. Beneficiaries Respond To California's Program To Integrate Medicare, Medicaid, And Long-Term Services. Health Aff (Millwood). 2018 09; 37(9):1432-1441. Graham CL, Liu PJ, Hollister BA, Kaye HS, Harrington C. PMID: 30179551.
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      3. Assessing the Quality of Nursing Homes in Managed Care Organizations: Integrating LTSS for Dually Eligible Beneficiaries. Inquiry. 2018 Jan-Dec; 55:46958018800090. Graham C, Ross L, Bueno EB, Harrington C. PMID: 30222018; PMCID: PMC6144495.
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      4. Integration of Medicare and Medicaid for dually eligible beneficiaries: A focus group study examining beneficiaries' early experiences in California's dual financial alignment demonstration. Disabil Health J. 2018 Jan; 11(1):130-138. Graham CL, Stewart HC, Kurtovich E, Liu PJ. PMID: 29137878.
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      5. Impact of the Village Model: Results of a National Survey. J Gerontol Soc Work. 2017 Jul; 60(5):335-354. Graham CL, Scharlach AE, Stark B. PMID: 28509628.
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      6. Organizational Characteristics Associated With the Predicted Sustainability of Villages. J Appl Gerontol. 2019 05; 38(5):694-716. Scharlach AE, Lehning AJ, Davitt JK, Greenfield EA, Graham CL. PMID: 28380719.
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      7. Do Villages Promote Aging in Place? Results of a Longitudinal Study. J Appl Gerontol. 2018 03; 37(3):310-331. Graham C, Scharlach AE, Kurtovich E. PMID: 27708072.
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      8. Yes, collaboration can happen—and means better quality of life for LTC residents. Aging Today. 2016; xxxvii(1):1067-8379. Brooke Hollister, Mollie Davies, Pamela Mokler, Carrie Graham. .
      9. Working with Managed Care Organizations: Opportunities for Long Term Care Ombudsman to improve the quality of care for residents of LTC facilities. Aging Today. 2016. Hollister, B, Davies, M, Mokler, P, Graham, C.
      10. Seniors' and People with Disabilities' Experiences with Mandatory Medicaid Managed Care in California: Populations to Target for Additional Support during Transitions. J Health Care Poor Underserved. 2016; 27(4):1819-1842. Graham CL, McDonnell DD. PMID: 27818441.
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      11. Medicaid beneficiaries in california reported less positive experiences when assigned to a managed care plan. Health Aff (Millwood). 2015 Mar; 34(3):447-54. McDonnell DD, Graham CL. PMID: 25732495.
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      12. An Integrated Model of Co-ordinated Community-Based Care. Gerontologist. 2015 Aug; 55(4):677-87. Scharlach AE, Graham CL, Berridge C. PMID: 25098647.
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      13. The impact of the "Village" model on health, well-being, service access, and social engagement of older adults. Health Educ Behav. 2014 Oct; 41(1 Suppl):91S-7S. Graham CL, Scharlach AE, Price Wolf J. PMID: 24799128.
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      14. Does the Village model help to foster age-friendly communities? J Aging Soc Policy. 2014; 26(1-2):181-96. Scharlach AE, Davitt JK, Lehning AJ, Greenfield EA, Graham CL. PMID: 24224776.
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      15. A tale of two community initiatives for promoting aging in place: similarities and differences in the national implementation of NORC programs and villages. Gerontologist. 2013 Dec; 53(6):928-38. Greenfield EA, Scharlach AE, Lehning AJ, Davitt JK, Graham CL. PMID: 23626371.
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      16. Fee-for-service and managed care for seniors and people with disabilities on Medicaid: implications for the managed care mandate in California. J Health Care Poor Underserved. 2011 Nov; 22(4):1413-23. Graham CL, Kurtovich E, Ivey SL, Neuhauser L. PMID: 22080719.
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      17. The "Village" model: a consumer-driven approach for aging in place. Gerontologist. 2012 Jun; 52(3):418-27. Scharlach A, Graham C, Lehning A. PMID: 21873280.
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      18. A multilingual mass communication intervention for seniors and people with disabilities on Medicaid: a randomized controlled trial. Health Serv Res. 2010 Apr; 45(2):397-417. Kurtovich E, Ivey SL, Neuhauser L, Graham C, Constantine W, Barkan H. PMID: 20070389; PMCID: PMC2838152.
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      19. Participatory design of mass health communication in three languages for seniors and people with disabilities on Medicaid. Am J Public Health. 2009 Dec; 99(12):2188-95. Neuhauser L, Rothschild B, Graham C, Ivey SL, Konishi S. PMID: 19833990; PMCID: PMC2775764.
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      20. From hospital to home: assessing the transitional care needs of vulnerable seniors. Gerontologist. 2009 Feb; 49(1):23-33. Graham CL, Ivey SL, Neuhauser L. PMID: 19363001.
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      21. Outcomes in a nursing home transition case-management program targeting new admissions. Gerontologist. 2006 Jun; 46(3):385-90. Newcomer R, Kang T, Graham C. PMID: 16731878.
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      22. Nursing home transition: providing assistance to caregivers in transition program. Lippincotts Case Manag. 2005 Mar-Apr; 10(2):93-101. Graham C, Anderson L, Newcomer R. PMID: 15815225.
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