Four years of practice transformation toward comprehensive primary care had little effect on patient experience.
Related Publications for Nancy Duda
Patient Experience During a Large Primary Care Practice Transformation InitiativeDec 12, 2018
The Effects of a Primary Care Transformation Initiative on Primary Care Physician Burnout and Workplace ExperienceJul 17, 2018
This article summarizes results from a study of how the Comprehensive Primary Care initiative affected primary care physician experience.
The Comprehensive Primary Care Initiative: Effects on Spending, Quality, Patients, and PhysiciansJun 30, 2018
This study evaluates the effect of the Comprehensive Primary Care (CPC) initiative on care delivery and outcomes for fee-for-service Medicare beneficiaries over four years. CPC practices made improvements in care delivery, but did not reduce Medicare spending enough to cover care management fees.
Incentives and Survey Length: Does Offering a Choice Result in Higher Response Rates? (Presentation)May 30, 2018
We tested whether offering a choice of completing just the first section of a survey or the full version would raise response for the first section, compared to a request to complete the full survey with no choice.
Patient Dismissal by Primary Care Practices (Journal Article)Jul 01, 2017
This research letter describes patient dismissal practices based on a survey of over 800 primary care practices.
Evaluation of the AHRQ Healthcare Horizon Scanning SystemMay 30, 2016
This report summarizes findings from ECRI Institute and Mathematica’s evaluation of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Healthcare Horizon Scanning System.
Study of Access and Quality of Care in For-Profit PACEOct 11, 2013
This report summarizes a study to address quality of and access to care for participants of for-profit Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) organizations. The PACE model allows people who otherwise need a nursing home-level of care to remain in the community by providing health care...
Evaluation of the Home Health Independence Demonstration: Barriers to a Successful Experiment Were Multifaceted and Difficult Policy Issues RemainOct 23, 2007
The Medicare home health benefit was originally designed to meet an individual’s post-hospitalization needs.