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.
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Evaluation of the Independence at Home Demonstration
Enroll America Evaluation
This project involves assessing whether and how Enroll America’s first-year activities translated into meaningful gains in enrollment. 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.
Jung Kim specializes in mixed-methods and qualitative research methods to assess complex local and state-level initiatives aimed at improving community health and well-being for vulnerable populations, for example, individuals with serious mental illness, HIV/AIDS, or epilepsy.Featured Projects
- Integrating Physical Health Care and Wellness Services in Community Behavioral Health Agencies: Case Studies of Two Agencies in Pennsylvania
- Report to Congress on the Evaluation of the Medicaid Emergency Psychiatric Demonstration
- Implementation of a Reverse Colocation Model: Lessons from Two Community Behavioral Health Agencies in Rural Pennsylvania
- Behavioral Health
- Population Health
- Medicaid and CHIP
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