Stacey McMorrow (Ph.D., Health Economics, University of Pennsylvania) is a research associate in the Health Policy Center at the Urban Institute. She is currently leading a study of the effects of increased federal funding for community health centers on access to care for low-income individuals. She is also contributing to an analysis of the impact of patient-centered medical homes on outcomes for children with Medicaid and CHIP, as well as studying the effects of the Affordable Care Act on access to care. In other recent work, Stacey has explored the potential savings from a variety of cost containment policies and examined barriers to obtaining coverage for children under health reform. Her dissertation explored the spillover effects of a large uninsured population on health outcomes for Medicare beneficiaries.