Evaluation of the Medicaid Value Program: health supports for consumers with chronic conditions

Published: August 14, 2007
Category: Bibliography > Reports
Authors: Andrews K, Esposito D, Gold M, Taylor EF
Countries: United States
Language: null
Types: Care Management
Settings: Health Plan

Hamilton, NJ, USA: Center for Health Care Strategies.

Center for Health Care Strategies, Hamilton, NJ, USA

The Center for Health Care Strategies’ (CHCS) Medicaid Value Program (MVP) sought to test interventions seeking to improve care for adult Medicaid beneficiaries with multiple chronic conditions. The program was funded by a grant from Kaiser Permanente, with additional funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. This report provides Mathematica Policy Research’s (MPR) evaluation of the MVP program and the estimates of program effects produced by the programs themselves. This study was funded by CHCS to identify best practices and lessons for future replication or testing. This report is composed of two parts—a cross-cutting analysis of findings, and case studies for each of the 10 interventions tested through the MVP program.

Practice Patterns Comparison,High-Impact Chronic Conditions,Targeted Program,United States

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