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- Ph.D., Economics, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
- M.A., Economics, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
- B.A., Economics, Stonehill College, Eaton, MA
Dr. Page’s research areas include Health Economics, Public Finance, Labor Economics, and Pharmacoeconomics. Dr. Page’s research focuses on economic evaluation of costs and outcomes in health services and public health. Dr. Page has worked on projects with the Miami Dade County Health Department and the Health Foundation of South Florida. He has also published several articles evaluating the costs and outcomes of Medicare’s coverage of kidney transplant recipients. His work has been published in prestigious journals such as American Journal of Transplantation, Healthcare Financing Review, Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, and International Journal of Healthcare Finance and Economics.
“Can Medicare Save Money by Providing Lifetime Immunosuppression Coverage to Kidney Transplant Recipients?” Page TF, Woodward RS. 2008. American Journal of Transplantation. 8(4) Supplement 2. Abstract 328. pp. 265-266
“Income Related Disparities in Kidney Transplant Graft Failures Are Eliminated by Medicare’s Immunosuppression Coverage.” Woodward RS, *Page TF*, Soares R, Schnitzler MA., Brennan DC. 2008. American Journal of Transplantation. 8: 2636-2646.
“The Cost of Lifetime Immunosuppression Coverage for Kidney Transplant Recipients.” Page TF, Woodward RS. 2009. Healthcare Financing Review. 30(2): 95-104.
“Medicare’s Coverage of Immunosuppression Medications: For Life For All?.” Page TF, Woodward RS. American Society of Nephrology Renal News. May 2009.
“The Cost Effectiveness of Medicare’s Coverage of Immunosuppression Medications for Kidney Transplant Recipients.” *Page TF*, Woodward RS. 2009 Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research. 9(5): 435-444
“The Impact of Medicare’s Extended Coverage of Immunosuppression Coverage on Ethnic Disparities in Kidney Graft Survival” *Page TF*, Woodward RS. 2010 American Journal of Transplantation. 10 Supplement 4. Abstract 1550 pp. 479.
“The Incidence and Cost of New Onset Hyperlipidemia Among US Wait-Listed and Transplanted Renal Allograft Recipients” Woodward, RS. Page TF, Menclova A., Schnitzler MA., Brennan DC. 2010 The Open Transplantation Journal. 4: 5-13
“Clinical Characteristics among HIV-Infected End Stage Renal Disease Patients According to Their Renal Replacement Therapy Modality in the French Renal Epidemiology Information Network (REIN) Registry. Soleimani G, Couchoud C., Trepka MJ, *Page TF*, Tourret J. 2011 American Journal of Transplantation. 11 Supplement 2. Abstract 859 pp. 286.
“Labor Supply Responses to Government Subsidized Health Insurance: Evidence from Kidney Transplant Patients” *Page TF*. 2011. International Journal of Healthcare Finance and Economics