The Independence at Home Demonstration tests whether providing a payment incentive to home-based primary care practices reduces Medicare spending and improves quality of care for chronically ill beneficiaries who need help from another person with activities of daily living.
Related Publications for Rachel Kogan
Evaluation of the Independence at Home Demonstration: An Examination of Year 7, the First Year of the COVID-19 PandemicJan 27, 2023
A Qualitative Study of Patient Perspectives of Care Management Services in Comprehensive Primary Care PlusDec 01, 2022
Care management has the potential to improve quality of care and health outcomes for chronic conditions, but questions remain about how patients perceive care management.
Advancing Healthy Lifestyles: Chronic Disease, Health Equity, and COVID-19, Focus on Community PartnersApr 28, 2022
Advancing Healthy Lifestyles (AHL) is working to prevent chronic disease and advance health equity by promoting health and supporting healthy behaviors.
Advancing Healthy Lifestyles: Chronic Disease, Health Equity, and COVID-19, Highlights from Year 1Mar 01, 2022
The goal of Advancing Healthy Lifestyles (AHL) is to reduce obesity and other chronic conditions to achieve health equity among all Delaware residents.
Evaluation of the Million Hearts Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction Model: Fourth Annual ReportFeb 28, 2022
Over four years (2017 to 2020), the Million Hearts CVD Risk Reduction Model enrolled more than 250,000 Medicare beneficiaries throughout the United States who were at elevated risk of having a heart attack or stroke over 10 years.
A Guide to Using the Accountable Health Communities Health-Related Social Needs Screening ToolJun 07, 2021
Health-related social needs (HRSNs) refer to social conditions that negatively impact one’s health. As more providers screen for HRSNs, we developed this guide to describe the HRSN Screening Tool from the Accountable Health Communities Model and to share promising practices with a broader audience.
Factors Associated with Evidence-Based Decision-Making Among Patients and ProvidersJul 10, 2019
For comparative effectiveness research to achieve its purpose, providers and patients must use research evidence to make medical decisions.
The Results Are Only as Good as the Sample: Assessing Three National Physician Sampling FramesAug 30, 2015
Databases of practicing physicians are important for studies that require sampling physicians or counting the physician population in a given area. However, little is known about how the three main sampling frames differ from each other.
Measuring Changes in the Economics of Medical PracticeAug 30, 2015
For the latter third of the twentieth century, researchers have estimated production and cost functions for physician practices. Today, those attempting to measure the inputs and outputs of physician practice must account for many recent changes in models of care delivery.