Michel Boudreaux is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Services Administration at the School of Public Health, University of Maryland. Dr. Boudreaux conducts research in interrelated areas of health policy. He is especially interested in publicly financed health programs for low-income populations and their effect on health, human capital and socioeconomic position across the life-course. He also maintains an active research agenda focused on improving the quality and usability of federal surveys. His work has appeared in Health Affairs, Health Services Research, Journal of Health Economics, Medical Care, Medical Care Research and Review, and other outlets. He has been supported by NIH, HRSA, The W.T. Grant Foundation, and other philanthropic institutions. He received a PhD (2014) in Health Services Research, Policy, and Administration from the University of Minnesota.
Ph.D., Health Services Research, Policy and Administration, University of Minnesota, 2014
M.S., Health Services Research, Policy and Administration, University of Minnesota, 2009
B.A., Religion, Augsburg College, 2003
Boudreaux, M. Choi, Y. Xie, L. Marthey, D. 2019. “Medicaid Expansion at Title X Clinics: Client Volume, Payer Mix, and Contraceptive Method Type.” Medical Care. Forthcoming.
Fenelon, A. Slopen, N. Boudreaux, M. Newman, S. 2018. “The Impact of Housing Assistance on the Mental Health of Children in the United States.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 59(3): 447-463.
Boudreaux, M. Fenelon, A. Slopen, N. 2018. “Misclassification of Rental Assistance in the National Health Interview Survey: Evidence and Implications.” Epidemiology. 29(5): 716-720.
Boudreaux, M. Blewett, L. Fried, B. Hempstead, K. Karaca-Mandic, P. 2016. “Community Characteristics and Qualified Health Plan Selection.” Health Services Research. Published online ahead of print. doi: 10.1111/1475-6773.12525
Lewin, A. Mitchell, S. Beers, L. Schmitz, K. Boudreaux, M. 2016. “Improved Contraceptive Use among Teen Mothers in a Patient-Centered Medical Home.” Journal of Adolescent Health 59: 171-176.
Boudreaux, M. Golberstein, E. McAlpine D. 2016. “The Long-Term Impacts of Medicaid Exposure in Early Childhood: Evidence from the Program's Origin.” Journal of Health Economics 45: 161-175.
Pascale, J. Boudreaux, M. King, R. 2016. “Understanding the new health insurance instrument in the Current Population Survey.” Health Service Research 51(1): 240-261.
Boudreaux, M. Gonzales, G. Blewett, L. Fried, B. Karaca-Mandic, P. 2016. “Residential High Speed Internet Among Those Likely to Benefit from an Online Health Insurance Marketplace.” Inquiry. January-December 2016. doi: 10.1177/0046958015625231
Boudreaux, M. Call, K. Turner, J. Fried, B. O’Hara, B. 2015. “Measurement error to public health insurance in the American Community Survey: Evidence from record linkage.” Health Services Research 50 (6): 1973-1995.
Blewett, LA. Marmor, S. Pintor, J. Boudreaux, M. 2014. “Aligning US health and immigration policy to reduce the incidence of tuberculosis.” The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 18(4): 397-404.
Sonier, J. Boudreaux, MH. Blewett, L. 2013. “Potential ACA impacts on Medicaid enrollment among currently eligible but not enrolled populations: Evidence from Massachusetts.” Health Affairs. 32(7): 1319-1325.
Call KT, Blewett LA, Boudreaux MH. Turner J. 2013 “Monitoring health reform efforts: Which state level data to use?” Inquiry 50(2): 93-105.
Abraham, J. Karaca-Mandic, P. Boudreaux, M. 2013. “Sizing up the individual market for health insurance: A comparison of survey and administrative data sources.” Medical Care Research and Review. 70(4): 418-433
Berg, C.J. Kirch, M. Hooper, M.W. McAlpine, D. An, L. Boudreaux, M. Ahluwalia, J.S. 2012. “Ethnic group differences in the relationship between depressive symptoms and smoking.” Ethnicity and Health. 17(1-2): 55-69.
Davern, M. Blewett, L. Lee, B. Boudreaux, M. King, M. 2012. “Use of the Integrated Health Interview Series: Trends in medical provider utilization (1972-2008).” Epidemiologic Perspectives & Innovations. 9:2
Call, K.T. Davern, M. Boudreaux, M. Johnson, P. Nelson, J. 2011. "Bias in telephone surveys that do not sample cell phones: Uses and limits of post- stratification adjustments." Medical Care. 49(4): 355-364.
Boudreaux, M. Ziegenfuss, J. Graven, P. Davern, M. Blewett, L. 2011. “Counting uninsurance and means-tested coverage in the American Community Survey: A comparison to the Current Population Survey.” Health Services Research. 46(1): 210-231.