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Anuradha Jetty, MPH, is the senior epidemiologist at the Robert Graham Center. Her work involves secondary data analysis of national surveys, including the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, National Health Interview Survey, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, National Survey of Children’s Health, American Community Survey, and National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey. Her research focuses on access to care, the physician workforce, cost sharing, social determinants of health, child health, and racial health disparities. Ms. Jetty has authored some of the most-cited papers on high-deductible health plans and health service use, the usual source of care, and patient-provider racial concordance. Ms. Jetty joined the Robert Graham Center in 2014 as a research associate and served as the health services researcher from 2018 to 2021. Ms. Jetty completed her bachelor of homeopathy medicine and surgery at Osmania University in Hyderabad, India. She received her graduate degree in public health (epidemiology) from George Mason University. February 2023
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