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Askelson NM, Momany ET, Damiano PC. Health Behaviors and Health Literacy of IowaCare Enrollees with Diabetes: Third Report in a Series of Evaluations of the IowaCare Program.; 2010.
Momany ET, Damiano PC, Lindgren SD, et al. Health Care Utilization by Iowa Medicaid Enrollees Identified as Mentally Retarded/Developmentally Disabled — 2008 Final Report to the Iowa Department of Human Services.; 2008.
Novak NL, Baquero B, Askelson NM, et al. Health Equity in Midsize Rural Communities: Challenges and Opportunities in a Changing Rural America. 2020;110(9):1342 - 1343. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2020.305824.
Wright B, Momany ET, Askelson NM, Bentler SE, Ahrens M, Damiano PC. Healthy Behaviors Claims-Based Outcomes Report #3 and Healthy Behaviors Modeling Report #2. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Publc Policy Center; 2021.
Wright B, Momany ET, Askelson NM, Bentler SE, Ahrens M, Damiano PC. Healthy Behaviors Claims-Based Report #3 and HRA Completion Report . Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Publc Policy Center; 2021.
Wright B, Momany ET, Askelson NM, Bentler SE, Ahrens M, Damiano PC. Healthy Behaviors Cost Analysis Report. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Publc Policy Center; 2021.
Askelson NM, Wright B, Brady P, et al. Healthy Behaviors Dis-enrollment Interviews Report 2017: In-depth interviews with Iowa Health and Wellness Plan member who were recently disenrolled due to failure to pay required premiums. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2017.
Askelson NM, Wright B, Smith R, et al. Healthy Behaviors Dis-enrollment Interviews Report: In-depth interviews with Iowa Health and Wellness Plan members who were recently disenrolled due to failure to pay required premiums. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2017.
Askelson NM, Wright B, Bentler SE, et al. Healthy Behaviors Incentive Program Evaluation.; 2016.
Scott M, Lee A, Brady P, et al. Healthy Habits Start Early: Evaluation Results and Recommendations. Iowa City, Iowa: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2019. doi:10.17077/rep.002118.
Brady P, Askelson NM, Avdic L, Baymon E, Kim Y, Ryan G. Healthy Schools Healthy Students. owa City, IA: University of Iowa, Public Policy Center; 2019. doi:10.17077/rep.001116.
Askelson NM, Brady P, Meier CL, et al. Healthy Schools Healthy Students: Evaluation Results and Recommendations. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2019.
Thompson H, Askelson NM, Boudreau H. How CACFP-Participating Home Child Care Providers Purchase, Prepare, and Serve Healthy Foods: A Qualitative Study. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2020.
Askelson NM. How Federally Qualified Health Centers select and implement multi-level evidence based interventions to improve colorectal cancer screening: A qualitative study. 2017.
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Sabbagh N, Brady P, Askelson NM, Wright B. “I don't actually know, I don't know anything about how it works”: A qualitative examination of members' low awareness of a state health insurance program. 2016.
Askelson NM, Ryan G, Seegmiller L, Pieper F, Kintigh B, Callaghan D. Implementation Challenges and Opportunities Related to HPV Vaccination Quality Improvement in Primary Care Clinics in a Rural State. 2019;44(4):790 - 795. doi:10.1007/s10900-019-00676-z.
Askelson NM, Wright B, Brady P, et al. Implementation Matters: Lessons From Iowa Medicaid’s Healthy Behaviors Program. 2020;39(5):884 - 891. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.2019.01302.
Askelson NM, Chi DL, Momany ET, et al. The Importance of Efficacy: Using the Extended Parallel Process Model to Examine Factors Related to Preschool-Age Children Enrolled in Medicaid Receiving Preventive Dental Visits. 2015. doi:10.1177/1090198115580575.
Askelson NM, Chi DL, Momany ET, et al. The Importance of Efficacy: Using the Extended Parallel Process Model to Examine Factors Related to Preschool-Age Children Enrolled in Medicaid Receiving Preventive Dental Visits. 2015.
Askelson NM, Golembiewski EH, Baquero B, Momany ET, Friberg JE, Montgomery D. The importance of matching the evaluation population to the intervention population: Using Medicaid data to reach hard-to-reach intervention populations. 2017;60:64 - 71. doi:10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2016.09.008.
Askelson NM, Ryan G, Seegmiller L, Preiss A, Comstock S. Intersectoral cooperation to increase HPV vaccine coverage: an innovative collaboration between Managed Care Organizations and state-level stakeholders. 2020;16(6):1385 - 1391. doi:10.1080/21645515.2019.1694814.
Ryan G, Brady P, Askelson NM, Delger P, Scheidel C. Involving Students and Increasing Communication: Results of a Behavioral Economics Informed Lunchroom Intervention in Middle Schools. 2018.
Askelson NM, Bentler SE, Momany ET, Golembiewski EH, Damiano PC. Iowa Medicaid Health Home Providers: A qualitative examination of the implementation of the Iowa Medicaid Health Home. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2014.
Askelson NM, Golembiewski EH, Eichert D. Iowa Parent School Lunch Survey: Formative research for communication about school meal pattern changes. Iowa City: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2013.
Askelson NM, Ryan G, Chieffo G, Hoemann C, Pieper F. Iowa Pregnancy Assistance Fund Needs Assessment Report. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2018.
Askelson NM, Wright B, Bentler SE, Momany ET, Damiano PC. Iowa’s Medicaid Expansion Promoted Healthy Behaviors But Was Challenging To Implement And Attracted Few Participants. 2017;36(5):799 - 807. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.2017.0048.
Wright B, Jung YSoo, Askelson NM, Momany ET, Damiano PC. Iowa’s Medicaid Healthy Behaviors Program Associated With Reduced Hospital-Based Care But Higher Spending, 2012–17. 2020;39(5):876 - 883. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.2019.01145.

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