Steve Kaye, PhD

InstitutionUniversity of California San Francisco
DepartmentInstitute for Health Aging
Address3333 Calif. St,Laurel Heights
San Francisco CA 94118
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    H. Stephen Kaye, Ph.D., is a Professor at the Institute for Health & Aging and the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco. He serves as director and principal investigator of the Community Living Policy Center, a new national research center funded by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research and the Administration for Community Living. Previously, he led the Center for Personal Assistance Services and was co-director of the UCSF Disability Statistics Center. He received a Ph.D. from Stanford University in 1983. His primary research interests focus on community-based long-term services and supports needed by people with disabilities of all ages, employment issues among people with disabilities, use of information and assistive technology, and disability measurement and data collection.

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    1. Kaye HS, Harrington C. Long-term services and supports in the community: toward a research agenda. Disabil Health J. 2015 Jan; 8(1):3-8. PMID: 25445015.
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    2. Kaye HS. Toward a model long-term services and supports system: state policy elements. Gerontologist. 2014 Oct; 54(5):754-61. PMID: 24615231; PMCID: PMC4163046.
    3. Kaye HS. Disability rates for working-age adults and for the elderly have stabilized, but trends for each mean different results for costs. Health Aff (Millwood). 2013 Jan; 32(1):127-34. PMID: 23297280.
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    4. Tanna AP, Kaye HS. Trends in self-reported visual impairment in the United States: 1984 to 2010. Ophthalmology. 2012 Oct; 119(10):2028-32. PMID: 22683061.
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    5. Kaye HS. Gradual rebalancing of Medicaid long-term services and supports saves money and serves more people, statistical model shows. Health Aff (Millwood). 2012 Jun; 31(6):1195-203. PMID: 22665831.
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    6. Harrington C, Ng T, Laplante M, Kaye HS. Medicaid home- and community-based services: impact of the affordable care act. J Aging Soc Policy. 2012; 24(2):169-87. PMID: 22497357.
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    7. Kaye HS, Jans LH, Jones EC. Why don't employers hire and retain workers with disabilities? J Occup Rehabil. 2011 Dec; 21(4):526-36. PMID: 21400039; PMCID: PMC3217147.
    8. Kaye HS, Harrington C, LaPlante MP. Long-term care: who gets it, who provides it, who pays, and how much? Health Aff (Millwood). 2010 Jan-Feb; 29(1):11-21. PMID: 20048355.
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    9. Kaye, H. Stephen.The impact of the 2007-09 recession on workers with disabilities. Monthly Labor Review. 2010; 133(10):19-30.
    10. Kaye HS. Stuck at the bottom rung: occupational characteristics of workers with disabilities. J Occup Rehabil. 2009 Jun; 19(2):115-28. PMID: 19350371.
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    11. Kaye HS, LaPlante MP, Harrington C. Do noninstitutional long-term care services reduce Medicaid spending? Health Aff (Millwood). 2009 Jan-Feb; 28(1):262-72. PMID: 19124878.
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    12. Kaye HS, Chapman S, Newcomer RJ, Harrington C. The personal assistance workforce: trends in supply and demand. Health Aff (Millwood). 2006 Jul-Aug; 25(4):1113-20. PMID: 16835193.
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