Kelsey M. Owsley, PhD MPH


Curriculum vitae



Department of Health Systems, Management, and Policy


University of Colorado - Anschutz Medical Campus



Kelsey M. Owsley, PhD MPH


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Kelsey M. Owsley, PhD MPH


Curriculum vitae



Department of Health Systems, Management, and Policy


University of Colorado - Anschutz Medical Campus




About Me


I am a Health Services Researcher at the University of Colorado - Anschutz Medical Campus.  My research examines hospital safety net engagement, population health delivery systems, and health access and disparities in aging populations.  My dissertation work examines the impact of hospital acquisitions and the 340B drug discount program on hospital safety net engagement under the mentorship of Dr. Richard Lindrooth. In addition, I work as a Research Assistant in the Colorado Cancer Center and the RWJF Systems for Action National Program Office.

Publications and Working Papers


Do Hospitals Subsidize Inpatient Safety Net Utilization with 340B Drug Discount Program Savings?


Kelsey M. Owsley, Glen P. Mays, Greg Tung, Ronica Rooks, Romana Hasnain-Wynia, Richard C. Lindrooth



Treatment Preferences Among Older Adults with Normal Cognition and Mild Cognitive Impairment


Kelsey M. Owsley, Kenneth Langa, Scott Halpern, Mario Macis, Lauren Nicholas



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Teaching Assistantships


Introduction to Health Systems, Management, and Policy


Faculty: Drs. Roman Ayele & Martha Meyer, Fall 2018 & 2019


This course compares the organization, structure and function of health care, public health and regulatory systems across national and international settings.


Cost Effectiveness Analysis


Faculty: Dr. Marcelo Coca Perraillon, Spring 2019


This course overviews the theory and applications of economic evaluation of health interventions.


Interpreting Health Policy and Management


Faculty: Drs. Eric Campbell & Matthew Wynia, Spring 2021


This course explores the principal methods used in health services, policy and management research. Students learn to read and interpret research as well as non-academic literature, and to review data sources and reports.