The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality created the Comparative Health System Performance Initiative to study how health care delivery systems promote evidence-based practices in delivering care and to understand the connections between the dissemination of patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR),...
Related Projects for Eugene Rich
Coordinating Center for Comparative Health System PerformanceJan 06, 2021
Helping CMS Implement the Alternative Payment Model Track of the Quality Payment ProgramFeb 23, 2017
Mathematica is providing data analytics support and technical assistance to support CMS’s efforts to enhance the value of health care services provided to Medicare beneficiaries under the Quality Payment Program.
Facilitating Evidence-Based Clinical Decision MakingApr 05, 2016
Mathematica examined health care payment and purchasing policies that facilitate the goals of campaigns to promote evidence-based health care, such as the Choosing Wisely initiative.
The Feasibility of Collecting Data on Physicians and Their PracticesFeb 16, 2015
Mathematica conducted a feasibility study identifying critical issues on physician behavior and physician practices faced by public and private policymakers.
Developing Resource Use Reports for Medicare Fee-for-Service ClaimsFeb 16, 2015
Mathematica assisted the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services with designing a system to implement physician value-based purchasing for Medicare beneficiaries, which includes development and distribution of confidential physician feedback reports that inform physicians of their performance on quality...
HCIA Evaluations: Primary Care RedesignOct 08, 2014
Mathematica evaluated the 14 primary care redesign programs, which operate at different levels (that is, physician practices, hospitals, or health systems). The evaluation team assessed improvements in the coordination, efficiency, and quality of patient care.