Mathematica conducted evaluations of two activities and a related initiative under the Tanzania energy-sector project. The activities included laying a new submarine cable to provide a more reliable source of electricity to Unguja Island, extending lines into new areas, and offering low-cost electricity...
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- Medicaid and CHIP
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John Schurrer is a health researcher with expertise in quality and resource use measurement, propensity-score matching, value-based modifiers, and adapting third-party measure specifications for use with Medicare and Medicaid claims data.
Schurrer joined Mathematica in 2009. His research has focused primarily on measure implementation and physician feedback projects. His work includes the development of resource use reports for Medicare fee-for-service claims. He is currently a task leader for a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services project to develop Medicare physician fee schedule payment modifiers and the continued production of confidential physician feedback reports. These include information that is fair, actionable, and meaningful to encourage practice improvement. He is also working on developing utilization measures for the Money Follows the Person Project and is a task leader for evaluation design and implementation services for the Tanzania Energy Sector Project.
Schurrer holds an M.P.P. with emphasis on quantitative methods and an M.A. in Asian Studies: China, from the University of Michigan.
Tanzania Energy-Sector Impact Evaluation
Developing Electronic Clinical Quality Measures (eCQMs) to Track Quality of Health Care
Mathematica developed, electronically specifying, and maintaining electronic clinical quality measures (eCQMs) that was used for reporting by eligible professionals using certified electronic health records (EHRs) for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) programs.