Kamyar Nasseh is a health economist at the American Dental Association. His research focuses on healthcare economics, dental economics and econometrics. From 2007 to 2010, Nasseh was an economist at Travelers Insurance, where he conducted research on workers’ compensation healthcare resource utilization. While at Travelers, Nasseh also measured the impact of various policy changes on individual claim outcomes. Most recently, Nasseh was a health economist at Express Scripts, a pharmacy benefits manager.


Nasseh received his PhD in Economics in 2007 from Michigan State University, where his area of specialization was in cross-section and panel data econometrics.


Recent Posts by Kamyar Nasseh

Reconnecting Mouth And Body: ACA Fails To Meet Dental Care Needs But States Can Pick Up Slack

Editor's note: Watch for research in the upcoming September issue of Health Affairs by these authors, Marko Vujicic and Kamyar Nasseh, on dental care utilization among poor adults after health reform in Massachusetts. As the Surgeon General and the Institute of Medicine have clearly stated,...