Publications

Books, Special Issues, Articles, and Chapters

  • Grogan, Colleen M., Michael K. Gusmano, and Richard Fording. In Press. “Chapter 12: Social Welfare Policy.” In Politics in the American States, 11th Ed., edited by Virginia H. Gray, Russell L. Hanson, and Thad Kousser. Los Angeles: Sage/CQ Press.
  • Cohen, Alan, Colleen M. Grogan, and Jediah Horwitz. 2017. “Introduction: The Many Roads toward Achieving Health Equity.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy & Law 42(5): 739-748.
  • Grogan, Colleen M. and Sunggeun (Ethan) Park. 2017. “The Racial Divide in State Medicaid Expansions.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy & Law 42(3): 539-572.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., Phillip M. Singer, and David K. Jones. 2017. “Rhetoric and Reform in Waiver States.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy & Law 42(2): 247-284.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., Christina M. Andrews, Amanda Abraham, Keith Humphreys, Harold A. Pollack, Bikki Tran Smith, and Peter D. Friedmann. 2016. “Survey Highlights Differences in Medicaid Coverage for Substance Use Disorder and Opioid Use Disorder Medications.” Health Affairs 35(12): 2289-2296.
  • Park, Sunggeun (Ethan), Jennifer E. Mosley, and Colleen M. Grogan. 2016. “Do Residents of Low Income Communities Trust Organizations to Speak on Their Behalf? Differences by Organizational Type.” Urban Affairs Review 1-28.
  • Andrews, Christina M., Amanda Abraham, Colleen M. Grogan, Harold A. Pollack, Clifford Bersamira, Keith Humphreys, and Peter Friedmann. 2015. "Despite resources from the ACA, most states do little to help addiction treatment programs implement health care reform." Health Affairs 34(5): 828-835.
  • Andrews, Christina M., Colleen M. Grogan, Marianne Brennan, and Harold A. Pollack. 2015. "Lessons from Medicaid’s divergent path on mental health and addiction services." Health Affairs 34(7): 1131-1138.
  • Grogan, Colleen M. 2015. "The role of the private sphere in U.S. healthcare entitlements: Increased spending, weakened public mobilization and reduced equity." The Forum 13(1): 119-142.
  • Grogan, Colleen M. 2014. "Medicaid: Designed to grow." In Health Politics and Policy, 5th ed., edited by James A. Morone and Daniel C. Ehlke. Stamford, CT: Delmar Cengage Learning.
  • Grogan, Colleen. 2014. "Public engagement and the importance of content, purpose and timing." Hastings Center Report 44(6): S40-S42.
  • Grogan, Colleen, and Christina Andrews. 2014. "Medicaid." In Oxford Handbook of U.S. Social Policy, edited by Daniel Beland, Christopher Howard, and Kimberly Morgan. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Makelarski, Jennifer A., Stacy T. Lindau, Vanessa D. Fabbre, Colleen M. Grogan, Eugene M. Sadhu, Jonathan C. Silverstein, Thuy Tien T. Tran, Martha Van Haitsma, Eric Whitaker, and Daniel Johnson. 2013. "Are your asset data as good as you think? Conducting a comprehensive census of built assets to improve urban population health." Journal of Urban Health 90(4): 586-601.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E., and Colleen M. Grogan. 2013. "Representation in nonelected participatory processes: How residents understand the role of nonprofit community-based organizations." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 23(4): 839.
  • Chung, Phillip, Colleen M. Grogan, and Jennifer Mosley. 2012. "Residents’ perceptions of effective community representation in local health decision-making." Social Science and Medicine 74(10): 1652-9.
  • Grogan, Colleen M. 2012. "Behind the jargon: Prevention spending." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Themed Issue: Prevention Politics and Public Health Governance 37(2): 329-42.
  • Grogan, Colleen M. 2012. "The hidden strength of prevention politics." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Themed Issue: Prevention Politics and Public Health Governance 37(2): 177-80.
  • O’Doherty, Kieran, Francois-Pierre Gauvin, Colleen Grogan, and Will Friedman. 2012. "Implementing a public deliberative forum." Hastings Center Report 42(2): 20-3.
  • Winitzer, Rebecca F., Joanna Bisgaier, Colleen Grogan, and Karin Rhodes. 2012. "He only takes those types of patients on certain days: Specialty care access for children with special health care needs." Disability and Health Journal 5(1):26-33.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., and Christina Andrews. 2011. "Medicaid." In Governing America: Major Decisions of Federal, State, and Local Governments from 1789 to the Present, edited by Paul J. Quirk and William Cunion. Facts on File Press.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., and Christina Andrews. 2010. "The politics of aging within Medicaid." In The New Politics of Old Age Policy, edited by Robert B. Hudson. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., and Michael K. Gusmano. 2009. "Political strategies of safety-net providers in response to Medicaid managed care reforms." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 34(1): 5-35.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., and Michael K. Gusmano. 2009. "The voice of advocates in health care policymaking for the poor." In Community-Based Programs and Policies: Contributions to Social Policy Development in Health Care and Health Care-Related Services, edited by Howard A. Palley. London: Routledge.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., and Elizabeth Rigby. 2009. "Federalism, partisan politics, and shifting support for state flexibility: The case of the U.S. State Children’s Health Insurance Program." Publius: The Journal of Federalism 39(1): 47-69.
  • Grogan, Colleen M. 2008. "Medicaid: Health care for you and me?" In Health Politics and Policy, 4th ed., edited by James A. Morone, Theodor J. Litman, and Leonard S. Robins. New York: Delmar Cengage Learning.
  • Grogan, Colleen M. 2008. "Medicalization of long-term care: Weighing the risks." In Handbook of Long-term Care Administration and Policy, edited by Cynthia Massie Mara and Laura Katz Olson. New York: CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., and Michael K. Gusmano. 2008. "The voice of advocates in health care policymaking for the poor." Social Work in Public Health 23(4): 127-56.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., and Vernon K. Smith. 2008. "From charity care to Medicaid: Governors, states, and the transformation of American health care." In A More Perfect Union, edited by Ethan G. Sribnick. Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., and Michael K. Gusmano. 2007. Healthy Voices, Unhealthy Silence: Advocacy and Health Policy for the Poor. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press.
  • Grogan, Colleen M. 2006. "A marriage of convenience: The history of nursing home coverage and Medicaid." In Putting the Past Back In: History and Health Policy in the United States, edited by Rosemary A. Stevens, Charles E. Rosenberg, and Lawton R. Burns. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
  • Grogan, Colleen M. 2005. "The politics of aging within Medicaid." In The new politics of old age policy, edited by Robert B. Hudson. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., and Michael K. Gusmano. 2005. "Deliberative democracy in theo­ry and practice: Connecticut's Medicaid managed care council." State Politics & Policy Quarterly 5(2).
  • Grogan, Colleen M., and Eric M. Patashnik. 2005. "Medicaid at the crossroads." In Healthy, wealthy and fair: Health care and the good society, edited by Lawrence D. Brown, Lawrence R. Jacobs, and James A. Morone. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Kandula, Namrantha R., Colleen M. Grogan, Paul J. Rathouz, and Diane S. Lauder­dale. 2004. "The unintended impact of welfare reform on the Medicaid enrollment of eligible immigrants." Journal of Health Services Research 39(5): 1509-1526.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., and Eric M. Patashnik. 2003. "Between welfare medicine and mainstream program: Medicaid at the political crossroads." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 28(5): 821-858.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., and Eric M. Patashnik. 2003. "Universalism within targeting: Nursing home care, the middle class, and the politics of the Medicaid program." Social Service Review 77(1): 51-71. 

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