Evaluation of Health Care Innovation Awards (HCIA): Primary Care Redesign Programs, Second Annual Report, Volume II: Individual Program Summaries

Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research
Mar 30, 2016
Authors
Lorenzo Moreno, Boyd Gilman, Greg Peterson, Catherine DesRoches, Sheila Hoag, Linda Barterian, Laura Blue, Katharine Bradley, Emily Ehrlich, Kristin Geonnotti, Lauren Hula, Keith Kranker, Rumin Sarwar, Rachel Shapiro, KeriAnn Wells, Joseph Zickafoose, Sandi Nelson, Kate Stewart, and Frank Yoon
The Health Care Innovation Awards (HCIA) initiative is a central part of  the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation’s (CMMI) overall objective of finding effective and efficient ways to achieve better quality of care, improved population health, and lower costs. CMMI classified 14 of the 108 HCIA Round 1 awards as primary care redesign (PCR) programs. Together, they represent a broad range of intervention models, target populations, organizational settings, and health care markets. Our evaluation approach examines the PCR programs across four key areas of inquiry: (1) effectiveness of program implementation, (2) workforce development, (3) program effects on clinicians’ behavior, and (4) program effects on patients’ outcomes.
Project

HCIA Evaluations: Primary Care Redesign

Funders

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation

Time Frame

2013-2016

Senior Staff

Katharine Bradley
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Linda Barterian
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Keith Kranker
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Gregory Peterson
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