Susan Goold is a Professor of Internal Medicine & Health Policy at the University of Michigan.   Dr. Goold studies the allocation of scarce healthcare resources, especially the perspectives of patients and citizens. Her health services research interests include public perspectives on health and healthcare spending priorities, physicians and stewardship, conflicts of interest in medicine and biomedical research, public health ethics and equity, physician reimbursement and the doctor-patient relationship, deliberative procedures in bioethics and health policy, and the philosophical and empirical study of trust relationships in healthcare settings.

Authored by Susan Goold, M.D, M.H.S.A, M.A

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Medicaid Expansion Enrollees in Michigan Make Gains in Employment Prior to Implementation of State’s Work Requirement

Employment and student activities increased among Michigan Medicaid expansion enrollees, outpacing employment gains among the state’s general population during the same time period.