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Shannon McConville
Shannon McConville
Research Fellow

Health policy

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Shannon McConville is a research fellow at the Public Policy Institute of California. Her research interests include health care access, utilization, and outcomes among vulnerable populations and the impact of vocational training programs on economic mobility. Her current work focuses on examining safety net programs, assessing the effects of Medicaid coverage expansions on individuals involved with the criminal justice system, and analyzing the employment outcomes and economic returns of career technical education. Before joining PPIC, she was a research training fellow in the Health Services and Policy Analysis doctoral program at the University of California, Berkeley; a senior research associate at the Department of Health Research and Policy at Stanford University; and a project manager at the Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. She holds a master’s in public policy from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Improving Career Education Pathways into California’s Workforce
Health Coverage and Care for Undocumented Immigrants: An Update
Health Care Reform in California
California’s Future
California’s Future: Safety Net
Supporting Student Parents in Community College CalWORKs Programs
Improving Health Care Data in California
California’s Future: Health Care
Balancing Budgets and Need during Recessions: California’s Safety Net Programs
Medi-Cal Expansion and Children’s Well-Being
Higher Education in California
Higher Education in California: Strengthening Career Education
Career Pathways and Economic Mobility at California’s Community Colleges
The Medi-Cal Program
Emergency Department Use in California: Demographics, Trends, and the Impact of the ACA
Stackable Credentials in Career Education at California Community Colleges
Career Technical Education in California
Funding the Medi-Cal Program
Career Technical Education in Health: An Overview of Student Success at California’s Community Colleges
Health Training Pathways at California’s Community Colleges
Expanding Health Coverage in California: County Jails as Enrollment Sites
Enrollment in Health and Nutrition Safety Net Programs among California’s Children
California’s Health Workforce Needs: Training Allied Workers
Health Care for California’s Jail Population
California’s Health Care Safety Net
Rethinking the State-Local Relationship: Health Care
Access to the Health Care Safety Net in California
Expanding Medi-Cal: Profiles of Potential New Users
Full-Day Kindergarten in California: Lessons from Los Angeles
Emergency Department Care in California: Who Uses It and Why?
Death in the Golden State: Why Do Some Californians Live Longer?
California Joins National Effort to Extend Health Insurance Enrollment
Creating a Safety Net for Immigrant Communities
What Lessons Can Be Learned from Project Roomkey?
How Might the Supreme Court ACA Case Affect California?
Rising Hospitalizations Could Exacerbate Disparities for Latinos
Predicting the COVID-19 Medi-Cal Enrollment Surge
California’s Quick Response to COVID-19 Likely Saved Lives
Online Medical Care during COVID-19
COVID-19 and California’s Vulnerable Populations
Medi-Cal Expansion for Undocumented Seniors
Better Data for Better California Health Policy
Strengthening Career Pathways in California’s Community Colleges
Video: Career Education and Economic Mobility in California
Reviving the Health Care Mandate: Who Pays?
Emergency Departments and the Affordable Care Act
Expanding Health Care Coverage for Undocumented Immigrants
More than a Million California Children Rely on CHIP
Bridging Equity Gaps in Health Career Training
Moving up the Health Career Ladder
Medi-Cal and the Fall Election
Closing California’s Health Insurance Gap
Community Colleges and Career Technical Education
Immigrants and Health Insurance
Big Declines in Number of Uninsured Californians
Emergency Room Use and the ACA
Focus on Medi-Cal Funding
Health Insurance for the Undocumented
Undocumented Immigrants and Health Care
The Uninsured and the Safety Net
How Does Access to Care Affect Health?
Health Care and California’s Undocumented Immigrants
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