Detroit’s Early Childhood Partnership initiative was designed to reduce vulnerabilities caused by economic and social inequity through community engagement, stakeholder collaboration, and research. Mathematica conducted a review of the informal child care landscape in Detroit.
- Qualitative research methods
- Program and policy evaluation
- Health information technology
- Home visiting programs
- Community-based participatory research
- Delivery System Reforms
Mynti Hossain is a health researcher with expertise in qualitative research methods, including developing protocols, leading interviews and focus groups, coding and analyzing data, writing reports, and conducting client briefings to improve program performance and inform public policy. Her research focuses on health information technology implementation, health care system redesign, and maternal-child health home visiting programs.
Currently, Hossain serves on the team evaluating the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation’s Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) initiative, a large-scale, multipayer initiative to transform primary care delivery. Hossain’s role is to evaluate health information technology vendor participation in CPC+. In addition, she recently led the implementation evaluations of two programs funded by the second round of the Health Care Innovation Awards, which aimed to improve care, improve health, and lower costs for Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries.
Hossain joined Mathematica in 2011 and has published in journals, including Medical Care, Generating Evidence & Methods to Improve Patient Outcomes, Academic Pediatrics, and The American Journal of Managed Care. She holds an M.P.P. from the University of Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy.
Informal Child Care in Detroit
Supporting Care Coordination for Women with Opioid Use Disorder
Mathematica is developing a toolkit to support providers and administrators in Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)-funded service settings delivering coordinated care to women with opioid use disorder (OUD).