Several organizations—including Merck for Mothers, and USAID,—have partnered to deploy the world’s first health development impact bond, the Utkrisht Impact Bond. Mathematica will contribute to this work as an independent assessor to verify the facilities’ adherence to different requirements.
We are a leader in helping public agencies use their administrative databases to evaluate, monitor, and design programs for vulnerable populations. We create large-scale insurance databases for Medicaid, SCHIP, and Medicare and design systems so they can be used easily for research. We also have extensive experience merging administrative data sets built from Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) records, birth certificates, and Medicaid and Social Security data to study important policy concerns while ensuring data security and confidentiality. Our results are summarized in user-friendly chartbooks and tables, and the data files are used extensively by researchers.
Independent Assessor for Maternal & Neonatal Health Impact Bond in India
Providing Business Analytics and Data Quality Development for Medicaid and CHIP Business Information Solutions (MACBIS)
This initiative is building an infrastructure for robust data analytics, and integrating and aligning federal and state data sources, to support data-driven policy decisions about Medicaid and CHIP policy and programs.
Enroll America Evaluation
Enroll America is a nonprofit organization with a mission of maximizing the number of Americans who enroll in and retain coverage through the Affordable Care Act. Year 2 includes qualitative research to understand how Enroll America implements its ACA outreach and enrollment activities in states that...
Health Care Surveys: Analysis and Presentation of Findings
Mathematica is working with the Defense Health Agency to facilitate the implementation of health care beneficiary surveys, providing various support services, including sample and questionnaire design, reporting and research, weighting for nonresponse, data analysis, database construction, and documentation....
Supporting Quality and Efficiency in Medicare With Value-Based Payment Modification and Physician Feedback Reports
To support the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Physician Value program, we provided technical support in the development and implementation of a value-based payment modifier, conducting research analyses, supporting performance measure development, and responding to inquiries from recipients...
Using State Data to Paint a National Picture: MAX and Beta-MAX Data Production
Mathematica produces Medicaid administrative files, including MAX and Alpha-MAX, specifically designed for researchers. MAX contains annual, person-level data files containing Medicaid eligibility, service utilization, and payments, which are derived from the Medicaid Statistical Information System files...
Community-Based Care Transitions Program Implementation and Monitoring
Mathematica and its subcontractors are developing and implementing an electronic transmittal system for collecting, validating, reporting, and paying invoices for care transition services submitted by over 100 participating community-based organizations and their hospital partners; and monitoring and...