Mathematica Experts to Present at Conference

More than 25 of Mathematica’s health policy experts will take part in panel discussions, poster sessions, and presentations.

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Can Strong Research Design Accommodate Provider Interests?

A new approach to evaluating health care payment models.

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Learnings from Healthy Indiana Plan 1.0

Blog post reviews evaluation of early years of Indiana’s Medicaid program.

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Lessons on Health Philanthropy

Video and articles highlight Mathematica’s work on foundation-funded health evaluations.

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Can High-Risk Insurance Pools Work?

Blog post explores coverage options for “uninsurables” if ACA is replaced.

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Mathematica informs health policy debates and addresses decision makers’ information needs through reliable data and analysis. Driven by broad-based public interest in finding ways to improve the quality, efficiency, affordability, equity, and financing of health care, we have contributed to the base of research and data in care delivery and financing, quality measures and health systems change. We also study longstanding issues, such as covering the uninsured, measuring and improving health care quality, controlling health care costs, and designing efficient and effective delivery systems to meet diverse needs.


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  • 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.

  • 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.

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

with at least one activity of daily living.