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Kosali Simon, PhD

Distinguished Professor; Herman B Wells Endowed Professor; Paul O’Neill Chair; Associate Vice Provost for Health Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington

Kosali Simon, an economist, is a Distinguished Professor and Herman B Wells Professor at Indiana University, Bloomington, O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs where she is also an O’Neill Chair, and the Associate Vice Provost of Health Sciences for the campus. She studies impacts of state and federal health care policies on health and related outcomes, especially among at-risk populations. She is Editor of Journal of Health Economics (JHE), and co-editor of Journal of Human Resources, a member of the US Congressional Budget Office’s panel of health advisors and a Board member of the Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI). In 2021 she was elected to the National Academy of Medicine.