Mathematica is using a mixed-methods design approach to evaluate the Independence at Home Demonstration. The demonstration’s goal is to improve the provision of comprehensive, coordinated, continuous, and accessible care to chronically ill, disabled beneficiaries.
A new approach to evaluating health care payment models.Read more
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Evaluation of the Independence at Home Demonstration
Examining the Use of Head Impact Sensors in School Sports
To help researchers and policymakers identify the best approaches to addressing the concussion epidemic in youth athletics, Mathematica conducted a pilot project to explore the experiences of stakeholders at two high schools that outfitted athletes with head impact sensors.
Su Liu focuses on access, cost and quality issues for programs serving the vulnerable populations, such as low-income individuals, the elderly, persons with disabilities, and the uninsured in the United StatesFeatured ProjectsFeatured Publications
- Analysis of Medical Expenditures and Service Use of Medicaid Buy-In Participants, 2002-2005 (Executive Summary)
- Longitudinal Statistics for New Supplemental Security Income Beneficiaries
- Data Analytics
- Care Delivery Systems
- Employment and Income Support
- State Health Policy
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