Stan Dorn, J.D.
Stan Dorn, a senior fellow at the Urban Institute’s Health Policy Center, is widely recognized as a leading national expert on Medicaid, CHIP, and the ACA. A former Managing Attorney at the National Health Law Program’s Washington office and Health Division Director at the Children’s Defense Fund, Dorn’s research has helped shape national policy on such diverse issues as streamlined enrollment into insurance affordability programs under the ACA, Express Lane Eligibility in the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009, and countercyclical funding for state Medicaid programs created by 2009 stimulus legislation. Dorn has provided technical assistance to policymakers and stakeholders in more than a dozen states on topics that include the design of comprehensive reforms, strategies for streamlined enrollment and eligibility determination, and the Basic Health Program option in the ACA. A graduate of Harvard College and the Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California at Berkeley, Stan lives in the Washington area with his wife and two teenaged children.
Princeton Conference XIX: May 24, 2012