Brent Fulton PhD, MBA

Associate Research Professor
Health Economics and Policy

  • Associate Director Petris Center
  • Faculty Lead Health Policy and Management Concentration, Online MPH Program

Brent Fulton is an Associate Research Professor of Health Economics and Policy, School of Public Health at UC Berkeley.

Brent Fulton’s research examines how markets and regulation can improve the delivery of healthcare, including its cost, quality and access. In addition, he is developing public-private financing strategies that will provide funding for social drivers of health for families with children residing in low-income communities.

  • PhD – Public Policy Analysis (health economics focus), Pardee RAND Graduate School, 2006
  • MBA – Strategy and Finance, Anderson School at UCLA, 1997
  • BS – Engineering Mechanics, U.S. Air Force Academy, 1992
  • Healthcare market concentration
  • Social drivers of health
  • Health workforce
  • Health insurance
  • Mental health services
  • California’s healthcare market
  • Accountable care organizations
  • Affordable Care Act
  • Payment reform
  • Cost analysis
  • PHW 226A: Health Economics
    PH 126: Health Economics and Public Policy