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Studying Concussions in Youth Football

Evaluation for CDC aims to improve player safety.

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Mathematica to Help Implement Alternative Payment Models
Gap in Supply of HIV Clinicians Expected to Increase

Mathematica conducts first large-scale study of the HIV clinician workforce.

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Building the Evidence Base to Improve Behavioral Health Care

New resources include a video, issue brief, and report.

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Strengthening Primary Care Delivery

Comprehensive Primary Care initiative shows improvements after two years.

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Public Health After the Affordable Care Act

Latest podcast highlights the changing role of public health programs.

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Cities Expand Health Access for Children and Families
Policy in Perspective

Latest podcast highlights California’s data-reporting effort.

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Our Featured Work
  • Evaluation of the Independence at Home Demonstration

    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.

  • Evaluation of Three Cash and Counseling Programs

    The cash and counseling program was implemented as a demonstration in Arkansas, Florida, and New Jersey between 1998 and 2004. Approximately 2,000 adults in each state (plus 500 Florida children) who volunteered for the study were randomly assigned to participant or control groups. Our evaluation investigated...

Expert Spotlight
For Medicare-Medicaid enrollees living in the community
44 percent have difficulty

with at least one activity of daily living.