Radcliff’s expertise is in health economics and health services research, including secondary data analysis and use of novel methodology to improve measurement of care processes, access, and outcomes.
She has led a number of analyses to assess cost-effectiveness and return on investment for various care processes or care improvement interventions.
Radcliff is an affiliated investigator for the US Department of Veterans Affairs’ Emergency Management and Evaluation Center (VEMEC) at the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System.
Her previous work for VEMEC has leveraged existing administrative databases to develop and test ambulatory care recovery and resiliency measures around disasters.
Radcliff has also been leading research to understand the impact of disasters on vulnerable populations, including a study funded by the Health Resources Services Administration to examine the impact of diverse types of recent disasters—such as hurricanes, wildfires, and waterway contamination—on rural long-term care providers and the communities they serve.
She earned a doctorate in health services, research, policy, and administration from the University of Minnesota.