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SARA S. BACHMAN University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice

3701 Locust Walk, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 (215) 858-5541

Education

Ph.D. 1994 Social Welfare Policy, Concentration in Health Policy, Florence Heller School, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. Dissertation: Contracting for Mental Health Services: Six States’ Experiences

M.S. 1980 Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.

B.A. 1978 Biology, Secondary Teacher Certification, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA.

University of Pennsylvania Appointments

2019 – Present Dean and Professor, School of Social Policy & Practice 2019 – Present Member, Governing Board, Leonard Davis Institute

2019 – Present Member, Advisory Board, Center for Addiction Medicine and Policy 2020 – Present Senior Fellow, Center for Public Health Initiatives

Boston University Appointments

2017 – 2018 Paul Farmer Professor, School of Social Work

2017 – 2018 Director, Center for Innovation in Social Work and Health, School of Social Work 2017 – 2018 Research Professor of Health Law, Policy and Management, School of Public Health 2015 – 2017 Interim Director, Center for Innovation in Social Work and Health, School of Social

Work

2013 – 2017 Director, Center for Advancing Health Policy and Practice (formerly Health and Disability Working Group), School of Public Health

2010 – 2017 Research Associate Professor of Health Law, Policy and Management, School of Public Health

2008 – 2017 Associate Professor (tenured) Research Department, School of Social Work 2014 – 2016 Chair, Research Department, School of Social Work

2009 – 2013 Director, Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Sociology and Social Work 2005 – 2009 Director, Dual Degree Program, Social Work and Theology

2005 – 2008 Associate Professor (non-tenure track) Research Department, School of Social Work 2002 – 2005 Co-Director, Dual Degree Program, Social Work and Public Health

2002 – 2005 Assistant Professor, Research Department, School of Social Work

1997 – 2001 Research Assistant Professor (non-tenure track) Research Department, School of Social Work

1992 – 1997 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Research Department, School of Social Work Other Professional Employment

1994 – 1997 Project Manager, The MEDSTAT Group, Cambridge, MA.

1983 – 1994 Research Associate, Senior Research Associate, Research Director, Center for

Vulnerable Populations, Brandeis University, Florence Heller School, Waltham, MA.

1981 – 1983 Project Director, Massachusetts Department of Public Welfare, Boston, MA.

1979 – 1980 Epidemiologist, U.S. Veterans Administration, Boston, MA.

Honors and Awards

2018 Teaching Excellence Award, MC 770 Children with Special Health Care Needs, Boston University School of Public Health

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2007 Outstanding Contribution to the School of Social Work, Boston University School of Social Work Alumni Association

2007 Honoree, 25th Anniversary Celebration, Women’s Lunch Place

2002, 04, 05, 06 Nominee, “Teaching Excellence Award” Boston University School of Social Work 1995 “Leadership Core Skills Award” Research and Policy Division, The MEDSTAT Group 1990 – 1994 Health Policy Fellowship, Pew Charitable Trusts

1978 – 1980 U.S. Public Health Traineeship Guest Editing and Editorial Boards

2017 Guest Editor, American Journal of Public Health Supplement on Social Work and Public Health

2017 Guest Editor, Pediatrics Supplement on Innovative Financing Strategies for Health Care Services for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) 2012 Guest Editor, Public Health Reports Supplement on Oral Health for People Living with

HIV/AIDS

2008- 2011 Editorial Board, Health and Social Work 2000- Present Consulting Editor, Health and Social Work Journal Reviewer

2021 The Gerontologist

2021 Pediatrics

2016-Present PLOS ONE

2016-Present Maternal and Child Health 2014-Present Pediatrics

2014-Present Journal of Gerontological Social Work 2014 Journal of Community Practice

2013 Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 2011-Present American Journal of Public Health

2011 Academy Health Annual Research Meeting Abstracts 2010 Children and Youth Services Review

2009- Present Disability and Health 2009- Present Qualitative Health Research

2007- Present Journal of General Internal Medicine 1999- Present Medical Care

Other Review and Convening Activities

2021-Present Program Leader, Future Leaders in Social Work Education. National Association of Deans and Directors of Schools of Social Work

2020-Present Member, HRSA MCHB Expert Steering Committee for an Examination of the Six Core Outcomes for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs in the National Survey of Children’s Health

2020-Present Competency Chair, Competency 5, Engage in Policy Practice, CSWE Health Curricular Guide

2019-Present Member, National Advisory Committee, Children with Medical Complexity CoIIN 2019-Present Member, National Association of Deans and Directors of Schools of Social Work 2017-Present Member, National Social Work and Health Workgroup, developing National

Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine Consensus Panel

2019-2021 Member, The Massachusetts Initiative to Improve Transition Healthcare for Individuals with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities

2017 Faculty Lead, Reducing Health Inequities: Advancing Meaningful Change. Boston University School of Public Health Dean’s Symposium, Boston, MA

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2016 Report Reviewer, Institute of Medicine (IOM). Informing Social Security’s Process for Financial Capability Determination. Report for the Committee to Evaluate the Social Security Administration’s Capability Determination Process for Adult

Beneficiaries. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.

2016 Faculty Lead, Center for Innovation in Social Work and Health Spring Symposium, Boston, MA

2016 Faculty Lead, Center for Innovation in Social Work and Health, Health Reform Learning Community, Boston, MA

2014-2018 Co-Chair, Value Based Purchasing National Learning Community. American Academy of Pediatrics. Elk Grove Village, IL

2009 Grant Reviewer, Ireland Health Research Board Grants 2008 Textbook Reviewer, Oxford University Press

University of Pennsylvania Funded Research

2021 – 2022 Principal Investigator. Advancing EHE Priorities. Team Implementation Research:

Evaluation and Optimization of the Philadelphia MCM Model. NIH Supplement to the Penn CFAR. Total award to the School of Social Policy & Practice: $319,900

Boston University Funded Research

2018 – 2023 Principal Investigator. Building Systems of Services for Children and Youth with Special Health Needs (CYSHCN). MCHB, HRSA, DHHS. Total award to Boston University: $2,500,000

2017 – 2021 Co-Principal Investigator. Health Care Delivery System Innovations for Children with Medical Complexity. (PI: Comeau, BUSSW). MCHB, HRSA, DHHS. Total award to Boston University: $10,800,000

2016 – 2019 Principal Investigator. Improving Access to Care: Using Community Health Workers to Improve Linkage and Retention in HIV Care. HRSA, DHHS. Total award to Boston University: $6,000,000

2018 – 2020 Principal Investigator, Dissemination of Evidence-Informed Interventions to Improve Health Outcomes along the HIV Care Continuum: Dissemination and Evaluation Center. SPNS, HAB. HRSA, DHHS. Total award to Boston University: $2,510,269 2015 – 2018 Co-Investigator, Dissemination of Evidence-Informed Interventions to Improve Health

Outcomes along the HIV Care Continuum: Dissemination and Evaluation Center. (PI:

Fox, BUSPH) SPNS, HAB. HRSA, DHHS. Total award to Boston University:

$2,510,269

2013 – 2019 Principal Investigator. The Catalyst Center: The National Center for Health Insurance and Financing for Children and Youth with Special Health Needs (CYSHCN).

MCHB, HRSA, DHHS. Total award to Boston University: $2,365,000 2014 – 2018 Local Evaluator. Partners in Health and Housing, Project REACH. (PI: Cox,

BUSPH). Boston Public Health Commission. Total Evaluation Budget: $200,000 2013 – 2017 Co-Principal Investigator, Evaluation and Technical Assistance Center, Building a

Medical Home for Multiply Diagnosed HIV Positive Homeless Populations Initiative.

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(PI: Rajabiun, BUSPH) SPNS, HAB. HRSA, DHHS. Total award to Boston University: $2,500,000

2014 – 2015 Principal Investigator. Options for Financing Care Coordination for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs. (Co-PI: Comeau, BUSPH). Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health. Total Award to Boston University: $70,000 2014 Co-Principal Investigator. Financing and program sustainability for Children who

have or are at high risk for serious emotional disorders. (Co-PI: Walter, BUSPH) The Boston Public Health Commission’s Division of Violence Prevention, Bureau of Child, Adolescent and Family Health. Total Award to Boston University: $15,000 2011 – 2013 Co-Principal Investigator. Child Welfare Community Services for Children and

Families. (PI: Gonyea, BUSSW) MENTOR Network Charitable Foundation. Total award to Boston University: $233,335

2006 – 2012 Co-Principal Investigator. National Evaluation and Support Center, Innovations in Oral Health Care Initiative. (Co-PI: Tobias, BUSPH) HIV/AIDS Bureau, HRSA, DHHS. Total 5-year award to Boston University: $2,750,000

2005 – 2012 Director of Research. The Catalyst Center: The National Center for Health Insurance and Financing for Children and Youth with Special Health Needs (CYSHCN). (PI:

Tobias, BUSPH). MCHB, HRSA, DHHS. Total award to Boston University:

$4,000,000

2006 – 2010 Co-Principal Investigator. Evaluation of the Urban Medical Group House Calls Program. (Co-PI: Tobias, BUSPH) Langeloth Foundation and Urban Medical Group.

Total award to Boston University: $97,108

2008 – 2009 Co-Principal Investigator. Massachusetts Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector: A Model for State and Federal Health Reform? (PI: Lischko, Tufts University). The Commonwealth Fund. Total award to Boston University: $27,287 1997 – 2007 Principal Investigator. Health Policy Consultation. Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Division of Health Care Finance and Policy. Total award to Boston University:

$184,942

2003 – 2007 Co-Principal Investigator, Co-Investigator. Evaluation of Men’s Health Project, HIV and Substance Abuse Treatment Project. (PI: Lundgren, BUSSW) CSAT, SAMHSA, DHHS. Total award to Boston University: $301,877

2003 – 2007 Co-Principal Investigator, Co-Investigator. Evaluation of La Voz, HIV and Substance Abuse Treatment Project targeting Puerto Rican Injection Drug Users. (PI: Lundgren, BUSSW) CSAT, SAMHSA, DHHS. Total award to Boston University: $588,625 2005 – 2006 Methodological Consultant. Boston University Medical Center, Department of

Rehabilitation Medicine. The New England Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center.

Stipend: $5,000

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2003 – 2006 Principal Investigator. Develop research infrastructure for disability issues affecting youth transitioning to adulthood. Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Total award to Boston University: $57,470

2003 – 2005 Methodological Consultant. Track the impact of program cuts for low-income families of children with special health care needs. Boston University School of Public Health.

Deborah Munroe Noonan Memorial Fund. (PI: Allen, BUSPH). Stipend: $4,000 2002 – 2005 Co-Principal Investigator. Program evaluation of care management strategies for

Medicaid recipients with chronic illness and disability at Brightwood Neighborhood Health Center. (PI: Tobias, BUSPH). Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Care Strategies. Total award to Boston University: $71,303

2001 – 2005 Principal Investigator. Evaluation of HIV and Substance Abuse Prevention and Life Skills Educational Project for Boston Youth of Caribbean Descent. CSAP, SAMHSA, DHHS. Total award to Boston University: $149, 143

2001 – 2003 Co-Principal Investigator. An Evaluation of the Columbia Point Community

Partnership Economic Literacy and IDA Program. (PI: Gonyea, BUSSW). Columbia Point Community Partnership. Total award to Boston University: $17,077

2002 Principal Investigator. Physician perceptions about care coordination for youth transitioning to adulthood and adults with disabilities. Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Total award to Boston University:

$32,973

2000 – 2002 Co-Principal Investigator. Mental health needs assessment of the Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah. (PI: Gonyea, BUSSW). U.S. Indian Health Service funding to The

Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah, Martha’s Vineyard. Total award to Boston University: $58,685

1999 – 2003 Co-Investigator. Access to health care services for people with disabilities. (PI:

Drainoni, BUSPH). NIDRR, DoE. Total award to Boston University: $713,174 1999 – 2001 Principal Investigator. Managed care plans and substance abuse treatment services for

Medicaid recipients with disabilities. (Co-PI: Drainoni, BUSPH). Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Substance Abuse Policy Research Program. Total award to Boston University: $99,700

1999 – 2001 Co-Director. The changing composition of older residents in senior public housing.

(PI: Gonyea, BUSSW). The Medical Foundation. Total award to Boston University:

$40, 385

1999 – 2001 Principal Investigator. Evaluation of Community Consensus Building Collaborative for services for people with co-existing mental health and substance abuse disorders.

SAMHSA, DHHS. Total award to Boston University: $35,256

1998 – 2000 Co-Investigator. Longitudinal study of the Student Assistance Program, a federally funded substance abuse intervention for youth in locked facilities. (PI: Pizer, Health Care Strategies, Inc.). Concord Assabet Family and Adolescent Services. Total award to Boston University: $32,106

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1998 – 2000 Co-Director. Best practice strategies for Massachusetts Primary Care Clinician Plan Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Medical Assistance. (PI: Himmelstein, UMASS Medical Center). Center for MassHealth Evaluation and Research. Total award to Boston University: $43,456

1998 – 2000 Co-Investigator. Support and health care service utilization among individuals with developmental disabilities. (PI: Drainoni, BUSPH). Florida Developmental

Disabilities Council and the Medicaid Working Group. Total award to Boston University: $50,000

1998 – 2000 Co-Investigator. Study of the conversion of St. Vincent’s Hospital. (PI: Dougherty Management Associates). Commonwealth of Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General. Total award to Boston University: $33,800

Other Funded Research

1994 – 1997 The MEDSTAT Group, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Co-Investigator. Assessment of Managed Care Plan Readiness to Submit Encounter Data and Options for Creating Risk Adjusted Rates from Encounter Data. Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Medical Assistance.

Technical Consultant. Analysis of Massachusetts Medicaid Managed Care Strategies for People with Disabilities. Dougherty Management Associates, Inc. and Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Medical Assistance.

Project Manager. Assessment of the Impact of Managed Care Systems on Alcohol Treatment Services in the Private Sector. NIAAA, DHHS.

Co-Principal Investigator. Medicaid Managed Care Carve-Outs: Policy and Programmatic Considerations. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Care Strategies.

Project Manager. Innovative Public and Private Managed Care Plans Serving Working Aged Disabled Populations. ASPE, DHHS.

Project Manager. Medicaid Billings for Services Provided Under Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). ASPE, DHHS.

Project Manager. Models for Acute and Long-Term Care Service Integration for Children. ASPE, DHHS.

Task Leader. State Health Care Reform Monitoring Quality Assurance Guidebook. HCFA, DHHS.

Co-Investigator. Evaluation of the Community Supported Living Arrangements Program. HCFA, DHHS.

Staff Analyst. The President's Health Reform Task Force.

Technical Consultant. Employer health care claims data base analysis.

1983 – 1994 Brandeis University, Florence Heller School, Waltham, Massachusetts

Principal Investigator. Tracking Clients of a State Mental Health Service System. The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.

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Co-Principal Investigator. A Survey of Perceptions of Consumers Receiving SSI-Disability Benefits. The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.

Co-Principal Investigator. A Survey of Physician Perceptions about Providing Services to People with Disabilities. The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.

Principal Investigator. Contracting for Mental Health Services: Six State Experiences. The Henry J.

Kaiser Family Foundation.

Co-Principal Investigator. Medicaid Managed Care Plans for the SSI-Disabled Population. HCFA, DHHS.

Principal Investigator. An Evaluation of a Community Hospital Day Treatment Program. The Blue Cross of Massachusetts Fund for Innovation.

Co-Principal Investigator. Evaluation of a Hospice Approach to Caring for Patients with Alzheimer's Disease. U.S. Veterans' Administration.

Co-Principal Investigator. An Evaluation of a Nurse Extender Model. University Hospital, Boston, Mass.

Co-Principal Investigator. Smart Buyers of Health Care: Lessons for Medicare from the Private Sector.

HCFA, DHHS.

Project Director. An Evaluation of the Geriatric Special Care Unit. The John A. Hartford Foundation.

Project Director. Medicaid Innovation: Lessons from Four States. The Commonwealth Fund.

1981 – 1983 Massachusetts Department of Public Welfare, Boston, Massachusetts

Principal Investigator. Case Management as a Cost-Effective Approach to Improved Health Services Delivery to Medicaid Recipients. HCFA, DHHS.

1979 – 1980 U.S. Veterans Administration, Boston, Massachusetts Staff Epidemiologist. Normative Aging Study.

Publications

Journal Articles (* denotes student author)

1. Rajabiun, S., Baughman, A., Sullivan, A., Poteet, B., Downes, A., Guerrero, R., Davich, J., Phillips, S., Evans, M., Jackson, P., Miles, L., Drainoni, M.L., Bachman, S.S. & Sprague Martinez, L.

(2021). A Participatory Training Curricula for CHWs and Supervisors to Increase HIV Health Outcomes. Frontiers in Public Health. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2021.689798

2. Sprague Martinez, L., Davoust, M.*, Rajabiun, S., Baughman, A., Bowers Sword, R., Campos Rojo, M., Sullivan, M., Bachman, S.S., & Drainoni, M.L. (2021). “Part of getting to where we are is because we are open to change” Integrating Community Health Workers on care teams at ten Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program recipient sites. BMC Public Health. 21(1), 1-11.

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3. Shovers, S.M.*, Bachman, S.S, Popek, L., & Turchi, R.M. (2021). Maternal postpartum depression:

risk factors, impacts and interventions for the NICU and beyond. Current Opinion in Pediatrics. 33 (3), 331-341.

4. Drainoni, M.L., Baughman, A., Bachman, S.S., Bowers Sword, R., Davoust, M.*, Fortu, K., Ni, P., Rojo, M.C., Wolfe, H. & Martinez, L.S. (2020). Integrating Community Health Workers into HIV Care Teams: Impact on HIV Care Outcomes. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services. 19 (3), 204- 219.

5. Thomas, M. M. C.*, Mehta, A. J., Murphy, J.S., Childs, E., Sena , B.F., Dimitri, N.*, Dooley, D.P., Kane, J ., Shen, A., Barros, E., Reid, M. and Bachman, S.S. (2020). Associations between public housing residency and health behaviors in a cross-sectional sample of Boston adults. Housing Policy Debate. 30 (3), 335-347.

6. Hirschi, M.*, Wangari Walter, A., Wilson, K.*, Jankovsky, K.*, Dworetzky, B., Comeau, M. &

Bachman, S.S. (2019). Access to care among children with disabilities enrolled in the MassHealth CommonHealth buy-in program. Journal of Child Health Care. 23 (1), 6-19.

https://doi.org/10.1177/1367493518777310

7. Marcus, R., deGroot, A., Bachman, S. S., Chisolm, N., Qaudri, Y., Cabral, H., & Rajabiun, S. (2018).

Longitudinal determinants of housing stability among people living with HIV/AIDS experiencing homelessness. American Journal of Public Health. 108 (S7): S552-S560.

8. Bachman, S. S. (2017). Social work and public health: Charting the course for innovation. American Journal of Public Health. 107 (S3): S220.

9. Bachman, S. S., Wachman, M., Manning, L., Cohen, A.M., Seifert, R.W., Jones, D.K., Fitzgerald, T., Nuzum, R. & Riley, P. (2017). Social work’s role in Medicaid reform: A qualitative study. American Journal of Public Health. 107 (S3): S250-S255.

10. Louis, C.J., Bachman, S.S., Roby, D.H., Melby, L & Rosenbloom, D.L. (2017). The transformation of community hospitals through the transition to value-based care: Lessons from Massachusetts. The American Journal of Accountable Care. 5(4):26-30.

11. Bachman, S.S., Comeau, M., & Long, T. (2017). Statement of the Problem: Health reform, value based purchasing, and children and youth with special health care needs. Pediatrics. 139 (Supplement 2):

S89-S98.

12. Ellis, R.P., Bachman, S.S., & Tan, H.R.* (2017). Refining our understanding of value based insurance design and high cost-sharing on children. Pediatrics. 139 (Supplement 2): S136-S144.

13. Weinstein, Z.M.*, Kim, H.W., Cheng, D.M., Quinn, E., Hui, D., Labelle, C.T., Drainoni, M.L., Bachman, S.S., & Samet, J.H. (2017). Long-term retention in office based Opioid treatment with Buprenorphine. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 74:65-70.

14. Akobirshoev, I.*, Bowser, D., Parish, S.L., Thomas, C. & Bachman, S.S. (2017). Does parental health insurance mediate the relationship between parental uninsurance and insured children’s health outcomes? Evidence from a U.S. national survey. Health and Social Work. 42(2): e68-e76

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15. Bachman, S.S., Comeau. M. Dworetzky, B., Hamershock, R*. & Hirschi, M.* (2015). The

Louisiana Family Opportunity Act Medicaid Buy In Program. Maternal and Child Health. 19:2568- 2577.

16. Ghandour, R.M., Comeau, M., Tobias, C., Dworetzky, B., Hamershock, R.*, Honberg, L., &

Bachman, S.S. (2015). Assuring adequate health insurance for children with special health care needs: Progress from 2001 to 2009-2010. Academic Pediatrics. 15: 451-460.

17. Wilson, K.*, & Bachman, S.S. (2015). House Calls: The Impact of Home-Based Care for Older Adults with Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Social Work in Health Care. 54:547-558.

18. Ruth, B.J., Marshall, J.W., Velasquez, E.E.M. & Bachman, S.S. (2015). Educating public health social work professionals: Results from an MSW/MPH program outcomes study. Journal of Social Work Education. 51(1): 186-194.

19. Wilson, K.*, Hirschi, M.*, Comeau, M., Bronheim, S., & Bachman, S. S. (2014). Disparities in Insurance Coverage among Children with Special Health Care Needs: How Social Workers Can Promote Social and Economic Justice. Health and Social Work. 39(2): 121-127.

20. Bachman, S.S., Comeau, M., Tobias, C., Allen, D., Epstein, S., Jantz, K*. & Honberg, L. (2012).

State health care financing strategies for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. 50(3): 181-189.

21. Bachman, S.S., Abel, S. & Reznik, D.A. (2012). New Approaches to Oral Health Care for People living with HIV/AIDS. Public Health Reports. 127 (Suppl2): 3-4.

22. Fox, J.E., Tobias, C., Bachman, S.S., Reznik, D.A., Rajabiun, S. & Verdecias, N. (2012). Increasing access to oral health care for persons with HIV/AIDS in the U.S.: Baseline results of a national multi- site evaluation project. Public Health Reports. 127 (Suppl2): 5-16.

23. Walter, A.W., Bachman, S.S., Reznik, D.A., Nath, A., Flournoy, M. & Young, N. (2012).

Differences between adults with a history of methamphetamine use and non-drug users enrolled in a program to increase access to oral health services for people living with HIV. Public Health Reports.

127 (Suppl2): 25-35.

24. Jeanty, Y., Cardenas, G., Fox, J., Pereyra, M., Diaz, C., Bednarsh, H., Reznik, D., Abel, S., Bachman, S. S., Metsch, L.. (2102). Correlates of unmet dental care need among HIV-positive persons since being diagnosed with HIV. Public Health Reports. 127 (Suppl2): 17-24.

25. Bachman, S.S., Walter, A.W.* & Umez-Eronini, A.* (2012). Access to oral health care and health status in an HIV positive population. Public Health Reports. 127 (Suppl2): 55-64.

26. Bachman, S.S. & Gonyea, J.G. (2012). Improving health care delivery to aging adults with disabilities: Social work with dual eligibles in a climate of health care reform. Journal of Gerontological Social Work. 55:1-17.

27. Bachman, S.S. (2011). Accountable Care Organizations: Opportunities for social workers. Health and Social Work. 36(4): 245-247.

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28. Rajabiun, S., Bachman, S.S., Fox, J., Tobias, C. & Bednarsh, H. (2011). A typology of models for expanding access to oral health care services for people living with HIV. Journal of Public Health Dentistry. 71(3): 212-219.

29. Marshall, J.W.; Ruth, B.J.; Sisco, S.; Bethke, C.; Cohen, M. & Bachman, S. (2011). Social work interest in prevention: A content analysis of the literature. Social Work. 56 (3): 201-211.

30. Gonyea, J.G.; Mills-Dick, K.* & Bachman, S. (2010). The Complexities of Elder Homelessness, a Shifting Political Landscape and Emerging Community Responses. Journal of Gerontological Social Work. 53 (7): 575-590.

31. Bachman, S.S. & Comeau, M. (2010). A Call to Action for Social Work: Minimizing Financial Hardship for Families of Children with Special Health Care Needs. National Health Line. Health and Social Work. 35 (3): 233-237.

32. Bednarsh, H., Tobias, C., Bachman, S & Martinez, T. (2010). Multi-site evaluation of the

Innovations in Oral Health Care Initiative to improve access to oral health care for people with HIV.

Dimensions of Dental Hygiene. August: 22-25.

33. Ruth, B.J., Sisco, S., Wyatt, J.,* Bethke, C., Bachman, S.S., & Piper, T. (2008). Public Health and Social Work: Training Dual Professionals for the Contemporary Workplace. Public Health

Reports.123 (Supplement 2): 71-77.

34. Hahm, H. C., Speliotis, A. E.*, & Bachman, S. S. (2008). Forgone health care among people with mental illness: Theory and Implication. Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation. 7(2), 94-114.

35. Gonyea, J. G., & Bachman, S.S. (2008). Correlates of psychological distress among older residents of urban public housing. Journal of Loss and, Trauma. 13, 243-260

36. Bachman, S.S., Walter, A*., Kuilan, N. & Lundgren, L. (2008). Implications of Medicaid coverage in a program for Latino substance users. Evaluation and Program Planning. 31(1), 74-82

37. Bachman, S. S., Tobias, C., Master, R., Scavron, J., & Tierney, K.* (2008). A managed care model for Latino adults with chronic illness and disability: Results of the Brightwood Health Center intervention. Journal of Disability Policy Studies. 18(4), 197-204

38. Bachman, S.S., Vedrani, M., Drainoni, M. L., Tobias, C., & Andrew, J. (2007). Variations in provider capacity to offer accessible health care for people with disabilities. Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation. 6(3), 47-63.

39. Bachman, S. S., Vedrani, M., Drainoni, M.L., Tobias, C., & Maisels, L. (2006). Provider Perceptions of Their Capacity to Offer Accessible Health Care for People with Disabilities. Journal of Disability Policy Studies. 17(3), 130-136.

40. Drainoni, M.L., Andrew, J., Maisels, L., Tobias, C., & Bachman, S. S. (2006). Cross-disability experiences of barriers to health care access: Consumer Perspectives. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 17(2), 101-115.

41. Ruth, B., Wyatt, J.*, Chiasson, E., Geron, S., & Bachman, S. S. (2006). Social work and public health: Comparing graduates from a dual-degree program. Journal of Social Work Education, 42 (2), 429-439.

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42. Bachman, S. S., Drainoni, M. L., & Tobias, C. (2004). Medicaid managed care, substance abuse treatment and people with disabilities: Review of the literature. Health and Social Work, 29(3), 189- 196.

43. Bachman, S. S., Drainoni, M. L., & Tobias, C. (2003). Substance abuse treatment services for people with disabilities: Does managed care prompt innovation? Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 14(3), 154-162.

44. Schiff, M., Schuster, M., Bachman, S. S., & Lischko, A. (2003). Employee input and health care cost containment strategies. Managed Care Interface, 16(10), 20-24.

45. Bachman, S. S., Drainoni, M. L., & Tobias, C. (2003). State policy and practice regarding substance abuse treatment services for Medicaid recipients with disabilities. American Journal on Addictions, 12, 166-176.

46. Bachman, S. S., & Duckworth, K. (2003). Consensus building as a method to develop service infrastructure for people with dual diagnosis. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 30 (3), 255-266.

47. Bachman, S. S. (1998). Managed mental health care for elders: The role of the carve-out. Public Policy and Aging Report, 9(1).

48. Bachman, S. S. (1996). Monitoring mental health service contracts: Six states’ experiences.

Psychiatric Services (Formerly Hospital and Community Psychiatry), 47(8), 837-841.

49. Bachman, S. S. (1996). Why do states privatize mental health services? Six state experiences.

Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 21(4), 807-824.

50. Bachman, S. S., Drainoni, M. L., Strickler, G., Dittmar, N. D., & Shon, S. P. (1996). Utilization of a state hospital by urban and rural local mental health authorities. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 23(5), 439-454.

51. Drainoni, M. L., & Bachman, S. S. (1995). Overcoming treatment barriers to providing services for adults with dual diagnosis. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 6(1), 43-55.

52. Bachman, S.S. Batten, H.L., Minkoff, K., Higgins, R., Manzik, N., & Mahoney, D. (1992).

Predicting success in a community treatment program for substance abusers. American Journal on Addictions, 1(2), 155-167.

53. Garfink, C. M., Kirby, K. K., & Bachman, S. S. (1991). The University Hospital Nurse Extender Program. Part IV, what have we learned. Journal of Nursing Administration, 21(4), 26-31.

54. Garfink, C. M., Kirby, K. K., Bachman, S. S., & Starck, P. (1991). The University Hospital Nurse Extender Model. Part III: program evaluation. Journal of Nursing Administration, 21(3), 21-27.

55. Kirby, K. K., Garfink, C. M., Starck, P., Russo, J. M., & Bachman, S. S. (1991). The University Hospital Nurse Extender Model. Part II: program implementation. Journal of Nursing Administration, 21(2), 22-26.

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56. Bachman, S. S., McGuire, T. G., Pomeranz, D., Tompkins, C, P., Porell, F. W., & Wallack, S. S.

(1989). Preferred provider organizations: options for Medicare. Inquiry, 26, 4-34.

57. Batten, H. L., Bachman, S. S., Higgins, R., Manzik, N., Parham C., & Minkoff, K. (1989).

Implementation issues in addictions day treatment. Hospital and Health Services Administration, 34(3), 427-439.

58. Bachman, S. S., Pomeranz, D., & Tell, E. J. (1988). Making employers smart buyers of health care.

Clinical Laboratory Management Review, 2(5), 273-279.

59. Bachman, S. S., Altman S. H., & Beatrice D. F. (1988). Factors that influence a state's approach to Medicaid reform. Inquiry, 25, 243-250.

60. Bachman S. S., Collard, A. F., Greenberg, J. N., Fountain, E., Huebner, T. W., Kimball, B., &

Melendy, K. (1987). An innovative approach to geriatric acute care delivery: the Choate-Symmes experience. Hospital and Health Services Administration, 32(4), 509-520.

61. Bachman, S. S., Pomeranz, D., & Tell, E. J. (1987). Making employers smart buyers of health care.

Business and Health, 4(11), 28-35.

62. Bachman, S. S., Beatrice, D. F., & Altman, S. H. (1987). Implementing change: lessons for Medicaid reformers. The Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 12(2), 237-251.

63. Collard, A. F., Bachman, S. S., & Beatrice, D. F. (1985). Acute care delivery for the geriatric patient:

an innovative approach. Quality Review Bulletin, 11(6), 180-185.

64. Borkan, G. A., Bachman, S. S., & Norris, A. H. (1982). Comparison of visually estimated age with physiologically predicted age as indicators of rates of aging. Social Science and Medicine, 16(2), 197-204.

65. Borkan, G. A., Glynn, R. J., Bachman, S. S., Bosse, R., & Weiss S. T. (1981). Relationship between cigarette smoking, chest size and body size in health screened adult males. Annals of Human Biology, 8(2), 153-160.

66. Bachman, S., Sparrow, D. & Smith, L.K. (1981). Effect of aging on the electrocardiogram.

American Journal of Cardiology, 48, 513-516.

Book Chapters

1. Hirschi, M. & Bachman, S.S. (2020). Contracting for mental health services. In R.A. Shick and L.L.

Martin (Eds.) Human Services Contracting: A Public Solutions Handbook. New York: Routledge.

2. Bachman, S.S. (2018). Resource development and funding. In S. Verbiest (Ed.), Translating Life Course Theory into Practice. Washington, DC: APHA Press.

3. Fox, K. F., Bachman, S. S., & Burwell, B. O. (1998). Encounter data and Medicaid managed care:

Reasonable expectations for information in the new world. In S. A. Somers & S. M. Davidson (Eds.), Remaking Medicaid: Managed Care for the Public Good. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

4. Beatrice, D. F., & Bachman, S. S. (1985). Case management and primary care. In L. Arnheim and L.Webb (Eds.), A Health Care Agenda for the States. Washington DC: Center for Policy Alternatives.

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Book Reviews

1. Bachman, S. S. (2006). Latino social policy: A participatory research model. Juana Mora (Ed.) Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 21(3), 349.

2. Bachman, S. S. (2002). Prenatal testing and disability rights. E. Parens and A. Asch (Eds.) Journal of Comparative and Family Studies, 32 (1), 151-153.

3. Bachman, S. S. (1997). Medicaid and the Limits of State Health Reform. M.S. Sparer. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 22(6), 1431-1434.

Media Appearances

1. “Senate GOP effort to shield disabled from Medicaid changes would leave many kids on the outside.”

The Washington Post. July 9, 2017.

2. “Disabled children and the Senate health plan.” On Point. National Public Radio, WBUR. July 10, 2017.

Technical Reports and Monographs

1. Bachman, S.S., Comeau, M. & Jankovsky, K.* (2015). The Care Coordination Conundrum and Children with Special Health Care Needs What Is Care Coordination? Who Should Receive It? Who Should Provide It? How Should It Be Financed? Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health.

Palo Alto, California.

2. Walter, A.W. & Bachman, S.S. (2104). Sustaining Early Childhood Mental Health Systems of Care in Pediatric Health Homes. The Boston Public Health Commission, Boston Massachusetts.

3. Tobias, C., Comeau, M., Bachman, S. & Honberg, L. (2012). Risk Adjustment and Other Financial Protections for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs in Our Evolving Health Care System. The Catalyst Center, Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts.

4. Rosenthal, J., Henderson, M., Hess, C., Tobias, C., Bachman, S. & Comeau, M. (2012). Public Insurance Programs and Children with Special Health Care Needs. The Catalyst Center, Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts.

5. Lischko, A.M., Bachman, S.S. & Vangeli, A. (2009). The Massachusetts Commonwealth Health Insurance Connector: Structure and Functions. The Commonwealth Fund, New York.

6. Comeau, M., Tobias, C., Bachman, S.S., Jantz, K.,* Epstein, S.G. (2009). Breaking the Link between Special Health Care Needs and Financial Hardship. MCHB, HRSA.

7. Bachman, S.S., Highland, J., Nordahl, K., Schiff, M. & Huang, H. (2008). Comprehensive Review of Mandated Benefits in Massachusetts: Report to the Legislature. Division of Health Care Finance and Policy, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

8. Bachman, S.S. (2008). Designing Evaluation Studies of Care Coordination Outcomes for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs. MCHB, HRSA.

9. Bachman, S.S. Comeau, M. & Allen, D. (2008). Mandated Benefits: Essential to Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs. MCHB, HRSA.

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10. Comeau, M., Tobias, C., Allen, D., Bachman, S.S., Epstein, S.G., & Manning, L*. (2007). Catalyst Center State-at-a Glance Chartbook, MCHB, HRSA.

11. Bachman, S.S. (2006). Small Employers and Health Insurance Coverage. Division of Health Care Finance and Policy, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

12. Drainoni, M. L., Vedrani, M., Andrew, J., Bachman, S. S., Tobias, C., & Weppler, S. (2003). Access to Health Care Services for Persons with Disabilities: Defining the Barriers and Successful

Strategies for Change. NIDRR, DoE.

13. Schiff, M., Schuster, M., Bachman, S. S., & Lischko, A. (2002). Employee Input and Health Care Cost Containment Strategies. Division of Health Care Finance and Policy, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

14. Gonyea, J. G., Bachman, S.S., & Curley, A.* (2002). Columbia Point Economic Literacy and Individual Development Account Program: A Process Evaluation. A Report to the Columbia Point Community Partnership, Boston, MA.

15. Gonyea, J. G., & Bachman, S. S. (2002). The Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah Wellness Survey: A Multigenerational Assessment of the Well-Being of Adolescents, Adults and Elders Living on

Martha’s Vineyard. Final Report to The Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah. Boston University School of Social Work, 264 Bay State Road, Boston, MA.

16. Gonyea, J. G., & Bachman, S. S. (2001). The Changing Composition of Public Senior Housing Residents: Understanding Health and Social Service Needs. Final Report to the Medical Foundation.

Boston University School of Social Work, 264 Bay State Road, Boston, MA.

17. Phull, T., & Bachman, S. S. (2001). An Evaluation of Health Care Programs for Low Income Uninsured and Underinsured Massachusetts Residents. Chapter 4: The Pharmacy Program. A Report to the Senate Committee on Ways and Means, House Committee on Ways and Means and Joint Committee on Health Care. Division of Health Care Finance and Policy, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

18. Bachman, S. S. (2001). Community Consensus Building Collaborative, Phase II Evaluation. A Report to the Department of Mental Health, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Boston University School of Social Work, Boston, Massachusetts.

19. Burton, J., & Bachman, S. S. (2000). An Evaluation of Health Care Programs for Low Income Uninsured and Underinsured Massachusetts Residents. Chapter 3: The Uncompensated Care Pool.

A Report to the Senate Committee on Ways and Means, House Committee on Ways and Means and Joint Committee on Health Care. Division of Health Care Finance and Policy, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

20. Drainoni, M. L., Haberlin, K., & Bachman, S. S. (2000). A Study of the Impact of Formal and Informal Supports on Health Care Utilization for People with Developmental Disabilities. A Final Report to the Florida Developmental Disabilities Council. Boston University School of Public Health, Medicaid Working Group, Boston, MA.

21. Cai, J., Chin, B., Schiff, M., Scott, E., & Bachman, S. S. (2000). Massachusetts Health Care Trends:

1990-1999. Division of Health Care Finance and Policy, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

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22. Wacks, C., & Bachman, S. S. (2000). An Evaluation of Health Care Programs for Low Income Uninsured and Underinsured Massachusetts Residents. Chapter 2: MassHealth. A Report to the Senate Committee on Ways and Means, House Committee on Ways and Means and Joint Committee on Health Care. Division of Health Care Finance and Policy, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

23. Wolfsfeld, L., & Bachman, S. S. (2000). An Evaluation of Health Care Programs for Low Income Uninsured and Underinsured Massachusetts Residents. Chapter 1: The Children's Medical Security Plan. A Report to the Senate Committee on Ways and Means, House Committee on Ways and Means and Joint Committee on Health Care. Division of Health Care Finance and Policy, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

24. Kenny, R., Pizer, C., & Bachman, S. S. (2000). Student Assistance Program in a Residential Setting.

A Final Report to the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention US Department of Health and Human Services, SAMHSA.

25. Sharma, S., Bachman, S. S. Wacks, C. & Lischko, A. (1998). Health Insurance Status of

Massachusetts Residents. Report to the Massachusetts Legislature. Division of Health Care Finance and Policy, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

26. Dougherty, R., Holt, W., & Bachman, S. S. (1998). Health Care Access at St. Vincent Hospital: An Independent Analysis. Report to the Office of the Attorney General, Commonwealth of

Massachusetts.

27. Bachman, S. S. (1998). An Evaluation of Health Care Programs for Low Income Uninsured and Underinsured Massachusetts Residents. A Report to the Massachusetts Senate Committee on Ways and Means, House Committee on Ways and Means and Joint Committee on Health Care,

Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

28. Fox, K., Bachman, S. S., & Burwell, B. O. (1997). Encounter Data and Medicaid Managed Care:

Reasonable Expectations for Information in the New World. The MEDSTAT Group, Cambridge, MA.

29. Bachman, S. S., & Burwell, B. O. (1997). Capitated Managed Care Plans Serving Working Age Adults with Disabilities. The MEDSTAT Group, Cambridge, MA.

30. Bachman, S. S., & Burwell, B. O. (1997). Medicaid Carve-Outs: Policy and Programmatic Considerations. The MEDSTAT Group, Cambridge, MA.

31. Bachman, S. S., & Burwell, B. O. (1997). Medicaid Carve-Outs: Policy and Programmatic Considerations. Princeton: The Center for Health Care Strategies.

32. Bachman, S. S., Bernardin, M., & Burwell, B. O. (1996). Developing Integrated Managed Care Systems for Children with Disabilities: The State of the Art. The MEDSTAT Group, Cambridge, MA.

33. Batten, H. L., Bachman, S. S. & Drainoni, M.L.. (1995). Medicaid Capitated Managed Care Programs for SSI Disabled. Institute for Health Policy, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

34. Drainoni, M. L., Bachman, S. S., Strickler, G., Dittmar, N., & Shon, S. (1994). Characteristics, Length of Stay, and Commitment Type of Clients Admitted to a State Hospital from a Rural and an

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Urban Area. Center for Vulnerable Populations, Institute for Health Policy, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

35. Drainoni, M.L., & Bachman, S. S. (1994). The Changing Role of the Institution for Persons with Mental Illness. Center for Vulnerable Populations, Institute for Health Policy, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

36. Bachman, S. S., Wallack, S., & Riley, P. (1993). Health Reform for Persons with Disabilities:

Critical Issues. Center for Vulnerable Populations, Institute for Health Policy, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

37. Bachman, S. S. (1992). Containing Costs and Ensuring Access: The Challenge for Medicaid Policymakers. Institute for Health Policy Working Paper, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

38. Bachman, S. S., & Drainoni, M. L. (1992). Issues in State Mental Health Policy. Center for Vulnerable Populations, Institute for Health Policy, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

39. Bachman, S. S., McGuire, T. G., & Pomeranz, D. (1988). Preferred Provider Organizations:

Options for Medicare Policy, Bigel Institute for Health Policy Discussion Paper, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

40. Tompkins, C. P., Bachman, S. S., Pomeranz, D., & Wallack, S. S. (1988). Comprehensive PPO Models for Medicare, Bigel Institute for Health Policy Discussion Paper, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

41. Ostby, E., & Bachman S. S. (1988). Pediatric AIDS Patients: A Research Proposal, Bigel Institute for Health Policy Discussion Paper, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

42. Bachman, S. S., Pomeranz, D., Tell, E. J., & Wallack, S. S. (1987). Medicare as a Smart Buyer:

Lessons from the Private Sector. Bigel Institute for Health Policy Discussion Paper, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

43. Altman, S. H., Bachman, S. S., & Beatrice, D. F. (1986). Examining the Effects of Medicaid Financing and Delivery Innovation. Health Policy Center Discussion Paper, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

44. Bachman, S. S., & Collard, A. F. (1986). An Innovative Method of Providing Acute Care to the Elderly, Health Policy Center Discussion Paper, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA.

45. Bachman, S. S., Garfink, C. & Nassif, D. (1982). Case Management as a Cost-Effective Approach to Improved Health Services Delivery to Medicaid Recipients. Final Report to the Health Care Financing Administration. Massachusetts Department of Public Welfare, Boston, MA.

Presentations

Juried Conference Papers

1. Thomas, M.M.C., Mehta, A., Murphy, J., Childs, E., Sena, B.F., Dimitri, N., Dooley, D., Kane, J., Shen, A., Barros, E., Reid, M., & Bachman, S. (2020). Associations between public housing

residency and health behaviors in a cross-sectional sample of Boston adults. Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, DC.

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2. Bachman, S.S. (2019). Interprofessional Education: The Public Health Perspective. American Public Health Association. Philadelphia, PA.

3. Manning, L., Bachman, S.S., & Kantner, J. (2018). Health Care Coverage Inequities and Children with Special Health Care Needs. Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs. Washington, DC.

4. Fox, J., Rajabiun, S., Cabral, H. & Bachman, S.S. (2014). Using a Peer Enhanced Intervention to Re- Engage and Link Minority PLWHA with Behavioral Health Co-Morbidities into HIV Primary Care.

Addictions Health Services Research. Boston, MA.

5. Walter, A.W., Bachman, S.S. & Umez-Eronini, A. (2013). Factors Associated with Use of Oral Health Care in an Underserved HIV Population. American Public Health Association. Boston, MA.

6. Comeau, M. & Bachman, S.S. (2013). Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program: An Expert Workshop for MCH Leaders. Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs.

Washington, DC.

7. Comeau, M. & Bachman, S.S. (2011). Medicaid Buy- In Programs: Do They Make a Difference to Families of Children and Youth with Special health Care Needs? Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs. Washington DC.

8. Fox, J., Bednarsh, H. Tobias, C. & Bachman, S. (2011). Social Justice in Oral Health: Ensuring Access to Care for People with HIV. Invited Session. American Public Health Association.

Washington DC.

9. Fox, J., Tobias, C. & Bachman, S. (2010). HIV and Oral Health Care: What has changed since the HCSUS study? American Public Health Association. Denver, CO.

10. Ruth, B.J., Marshall, J.W. & Bachman, S.S. (2010). Social Work Interest in Prevention: Findings From An Ongoing Content Analysis. Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting.

Portland, OR.

11. Fox, J., Tobias, C. & Bachman, S. (2009). Effects of delayed access to oral health care on people with HIV. American Public Health Association. Philadelphia, PA.

12. Fox, J., Bednarsh, H., Tobias, C. & Bachman, S. (2009). Dental case managers: Increasing access in HIV dental programs. National Oral Health Conference. Portland, OR.

13. Walter, A* and Bachman, S. (2008). Implications of Medicaid coverage in a program for Latino substance users. Addiction Health Services Research. Boston, MA

14. Rajabiun, S., Fox, J., Bachman, S. & Martinez, T. (2008). Models for expanding access to oral health care services for people living with HIV. American Public Health Association. San Diego, CA.

15. Fox, J., Bachman, S., & Martinez, T. (2008). HRSA SPNS Initiative to increase oral health care access for people living with HIV/AIDS. American Public Health Association. San Diego, CA.

16. Bednarsh, H., Tobias, C., Martinez, T. & Bachman, S. (2007). HRSA SPNS Initiative to Improve Oral Health Care Access for Persons Living With HIV. National Oral Health Conference. Denver, CO.

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17. Leone, E.M.,* Wyatt, J.* & Bachman, S. (2006). Indicators of economic well-being of families of children with special health care needs. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.

Boston, MA.

18. Tobias, C., Allen, D., Bachman, S., Epstein, S. & Comeau, M. (2006). Innovative strategies to improve financing of care for children and youth with special health care needs. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Boston, MA.

19. Ruth BJ, Markham Piper T, Sisco S, Wyatt J,* Bachman S. (2006). Two professions, one career:

How public health social workers view the journey. Council on Social Work Education, Annual Program Meeting, Chicago IL.

20. Sisco S, Markham Piper T, Wyatt J,* Bachman S, Ruth BJ. (2006). The role of public health social work in strengthening research-based practice: Findings from a study on MSW/MPH graduates.

Society for Social Work Research Annual Conference, San Antonio TX.

21. Ruth BJ, Sisco S, Markham Piper T, Bachman S, Wyatt J.* (2005). Evidence-based practice in public health social work: A powerful tool for integration and revitalization. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.

22. Ruth BJ, Markham Piper T, Wyatt J*, Bachman S, Sisco S. (2005). Evidence-based practice in public health social work: A powerful tool for integration and revitalization American Public Health Association, Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

23. Sisco S, Markham Piper T, Ruth BJ, Wyatt J*, Bachman S. (2004). Public health social work in the workplace. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Washington, DC.

24. Lundgren, L., Bachman, S., Siegel, J., & Ben-Ami, L. (2003). Improving service use measures when conducting outcome evaluations of HIV outreach efforts. American Evaluation Association

Conference. Atlanta, GA.

25. Gonyea, J. G., Bachman, S. S., & Little, F. C. (2002). Social connection and health outcomes among residents of senior public housing, 55th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America. Boston, MA.

26. Cai, J., Wacks, C., Lischko, A. & Bachman, S. (2000). Impact of Massachusetts health reform on employer sponsored health insurance. Academy Health Services Research Health Policy Meeting.

Los Angeles, CA.

27. Bachman, S. S., & Batten, H.L. (1996). A qualitative inventory of approaches managed care plans use to serve working age adults with disabilities. Association for Health Services Research Annual Meeting. Washington, DC.

28. Albers, L. A., Chawla, A. J., & Bachman, S. S. (1996). Medicaid financing of services provided to school-aged children under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. New York, NY.

29. Bernardin, M. D., & Bachman, S. S. (1995). Children with disabilities in Michigan's Medicaid managed care program. Association for Health Services Research Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.

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30. Drainoni, M. L., Strickler, G., Batten, H. L., & Bachman, S. S. (1994). Plan administrator

experiences in providing Medicaid managed care to persons with disabilities. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Indianapolis, IN.

31. Bachman, S. S., & Drainoni, M. L. (1993). State policy for people with disabilities: is there a role for institutions? Sixth Annual State Health Policy Conference, National Academy for State Health Policy. Pittsburgh, PA.

32. Batten, H. L., Bachman, S. S., & Drainoni, M.L.. (1993). State issues in providing Medicaid managed care programs to persons with disabilities. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA.

33. Garfink, C. M., & Bachman, S. S. (1990). Evaluation of the Nurse Extender Model using patient care technicians. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. New York, NY.

34. Bachman, S. S., Batten, H.L. & Minkoff, K.. (1988). Outcomes from a randomized trial of day treatment for substance abuse. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Boston, MA.

35. Bachman, S. S., & Batten, H. (1987). Day treatment for substance abuse: A randomized trial of its cost effectiveness. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA.

36. Bachman, S. S., Collard, A. F., & Beatrice, D. F. (1985). Final results of a study of an innovative approach to acute care delivery for the elderly. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.

Washington, DC.

37. Bachman, S. S., Solish, M. B., Altman, S. A., Beatrice, D. F., & Weisman J. (1985). Urban public hospitals: Factors that affect their continued viability. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Washington, DC.

38. Collard, A. F., Bachman, S. S., & Beatrice, D. F. (1984). An innovative approach to acute care delivery for the geriatric patient. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Anaheim, CA.

39. Bachman, S. S. (1982). Case management: can the program really save money? American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Montreal, Canada.

Invited Lectures and Panels National

1. Bachman, S.S. (2019). Panelist. Global Health: Public Policy and Private Markets. Bucknell University Business Trends Summit. Lewisburg, PA.

2. Bachman, S.S. (2018). Panelist. Integrating social needs care into the delivery of health care. The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine. Washington, DC.

3. Bachman, S.S. (2018). Keynote Speaker. Wellness in our global community. Learning Institute.

Millersville University. Lancaster, PA.

4. Bachman, S.S. (2017). Expert Panelist. A Team Effort: Engaging families of children with special health care needs, the research perspective. Georgetown Center for Children and Families Annual Child Health Policy Conference, Washington, DC.

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5. Bachman, S.S. (2017). Expert Panelist. Innovative financing strategies for children and youth with special health care needs. The Catalyst Center and the American Academy of Pediatrics. National Webinar.

6. Steketee, G. & Bachman, S.S. (2017). Invited Speaker. Costs and outcomes of health social work:

Toward the learning health system. Social Work Health Convening. Center for Health Administration Studies, The University of Chicago. Chicago, IL.

7. Bachman, S.S. (2016). Invited Speaker. Current health policy developments. Leadership Academy of Deans and Directors. National Association of Deans and Directors of Schools of Social Work.

Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting. Atlanta, GA.

8. Bachman, S.S. & Comeau, M. (2016). Financing and insurance strategies for children with special health care needs: The Catalyst Center. Briefing to Division of Services for Children with Special Health Care Needs. MCHB, HRSA, Rockville, MD.

9. Bachman, S.S. (2016). National Expert. Title V Block Grant National Performance Measure Learning Lab. National Webinar.

10. Bachman, S.S. (2014). Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission (MACPAC) Pediatric Network Adequacy National Roundtable. Discussant. Washington, DC.

11. Bachman, S.S. (2014). Medicaid Managed Care: The Importance of Risk Adjustment. AMCHP National Action Learning Collaborative: States Transitioning Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs into Medicaid Managed Care Arrangements. Washington, DC.

12. Bachman, S.S. (2013). Evaluation: Using Results to Promote Sustainability in the New Health Care Landscape. National HRSA Rural Health Network Development Program Grantee Meeting.

Rockville, MD.

13. Bachman, S.S. (2012). Evaluating Your Program. National HRSA Radiation Exposure Program Grantee Meeting. Washington, DC.

14. Bachman, S.S. (2012). Designing and Using Effective Program Evaluation Measures. National HRSA Rural Health Workforce Development Program Grantee Meeting. Washington DC.

15. Bachman, S.S. (2011). Moderator: Expert Workgroup on Risk Adjustment and other Financial Protections for Children and Youth with Special Healthcare Needs. National Expert Meeting; HRSA Center on Financing for Children with Special Healthcare Needs. Washington DC.

16. Bachman, S.S. (2011). Evaluating Your Program. National HRSA Rural Health Network Development Program Grantee Meeting. Rockville, MD.

17. Bachman, S.S. (2010). Financing and Expanding Children’s Mental Health Services. National Alliance on Mental Illness National Convention. Washington DC.

18. Bachman, S.S. (2010). Options for 1115 Waiver Reform for the CCS Program in California. Lucille Packard Foundation for Children’s Health. San Francisco, CA.

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19. Bachman, S.S. (2007). MCHB National Centers: The Catalyst Center, The National Center on Financing of Care for Children with Special Health Care Needs. Family Voices National Conference.

Washington, DC.

20. Bachman, S. S. (2001). Medicaid managed care plans and substance abuse treatment services for people with disabilities. Presentation at Meeting of Physician Leadership on National Drug Policy.

Washington, DC.

21. Bachman, S. S., & Drainoni, M. L. (2001). Medicaid managed care plans and substance abuse treatment services for people with disabilities. Presentation at Special Meeting of Robert Wood Johnson Substance Abuse Policy Research Program. Ann Arbor, MI.

22. Tobias, C., Bachman, S. S., & Drainoni, M. L. (2000). Medicaid managed care plans and substance abuse treatment services for people with disabilities. Presentation at Annual Meeting of Robert Wood Johnson Substance Abuse Policy Research Program. Savannah, GA.

23. Bachman, S. S., & Drainoni, M. L. (1999). Medicaid managed care plans and substance abuse treatment services for people with disabilities. Presentation at Annual Meeting of Robert Wood Johnson Substance Abuse Policy Research Program. Washington, DC.

24. Bachman, S. S. (1996). Medicaid carve-outs: Policy and programmatic considerations. In pursuit of value: Innovative State/Medicaid Purchasing Strategies. A Conference Co-Sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and HCFA. Baltimore, MD.

25. Bachman, S. S. (1996). Managed care in a long term care environment: Is it all talk and no action or quiet action with little talk? The 11th Annual Private Long Term Care Insurance Conference. Hilton Head, SC.

26. Bachman, S. S., Batten, H.L. & Drainoni, M.L.. (1993). Medicaid managed care plans for the SSI- Disabled population. Office of Management and Budget. Washington, DC.

Regional

1. Bachman, S.S. (2018). Invited Speaker. Current health policy trends: Opportunities for oral health providers. Harvard School of Dental Medicine. Boston, MA.

2. Bachman, S.S. (2018). Moderator. Addressing Social Determinants of Health. The Power of Team:

The Role of Community Health Workers (CHW) and Building Collaborative Partnerships in the New Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Era. Boston Medical Center. Boston, MA.

3. Bachman, S.S. (2012). Expert Panelist. Risk Adjustment for Integrated Care: Breaking New Ground for Dual Eligibles in Massachusetts. Massachusetts Medicaid Policy Institute. Boston, MA.

4. Bachman, S.S. & Keefe, B.* (2012). Elders and Adults with Disability: A Social Work Perspective, Invited Lecture, Sargent College, Boston University, Boston, MA.

5. Miranda, C.*, & Bachman, S. (2006). Evaluating your program: Not as scary as you think. Presented at the 2006 Nonprofit Partners Meeting, Associated Grant Makers Meeting. Boston, MA.

6. Bachman, S. (2006). Public Health Social Work in the 21st Century. Group Facilitator, Conference sponsored by the Boston University School of Social Work. Boston, MA.

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