This methods report describes Mathematica Policy Research’s approach to creating risk-adjustment models using composite measures to profile care delivered to the home- and community-based service (HCBS) population. The composite measures are adaptations of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s...
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Proposed Methods for Developing and Testing Risk- and Reliability-Adjustment Models for HCBS Composite MeasuresFeb 12, 2015
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This report, the eighth in Mathematica's Money Follows the Person series, identifies key factors that have contributed to and hindered state efforts to transition Medicaid enrollees to community living and rebalance their long-term care systems.
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