Data Analytics in Medicaid: Spotlight on Colorado's Accountable Care Collaborative
AbstractThis issue brief focuses on Colorado's Medicaid reform initiative, the Accountable Care Collaborative, and one of its three core components, the Statewide Data Analytics Contractor. This component supports primary care providers networked to seven regional care collaboratives and provides data to support care management and improvement. Mathematica health experts collaborated with staff at the Kaiser Commission for Medicaid and the Uninsured to author the brief, the first of three planned studies.
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Date of creation: 30 Oct 2013
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Data Analytics; Medicaid; Colorado; Accountable Care Collaborative;
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