David Grabowski is a professor of health care policy in the Department of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School. His research focuses on the economics of aging with a particular interest in the area of long-term care. His research has considered issues related to long-term care financing, organization, and delivery of services.


Recent Posts by David Grabowski

Helping Patients Make More Informed Postacute Care Choices

Although we have given patients the responsibility to choose their postacute care plan, it is unclear whether they have the appropriate tools to make well-informed decisions about where to receive care following a hospital discharge.

Nursing Home Certificate-Of-Need Laws Should Be Repealed

Certificate-of-need laws diminish quality of care and reduces bed availability in nursing homes, while raising prices. It is time for states to repeal this pernicious policy.

June 9, 2017Medicaid and CHIP, Medicare, Quality