Research & Publications
Jason Hockenberry is a health economist and health services researcher with expertise in using econometric techniques to analyze administrative, registry and electronic health record data to investigate the impacts of public health policies and to assess factors affecting the quality, efficiency, and cost of healthcare. HIs work is published in leading health policy and health economics outlets including JAMA (and affiliated journals), Health Affairs, Journal of Health Economics, and Journal of Public Economics. His research has been funded by the NIH, AHRQ, VA HSR&D, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Commonwealth Fund.
Education & Training
- PhDLehigh University, Economics (2008)
- BSKutztown University, Business Administration (Economics) (2002)