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Evaluation of Health Care Innovation Awards (HCIA): Primary Care Redesign Programs, Second Annual Report, Volume I: Synthesis Report

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  • Lorenzo Moreno
  • Boyd Gilman
  • Greg Peterson
  • Catherine DesRoches
  • Sheila Hoag
  • Linda Barterian
  • Laura Blue
  • Katharine Bradley
  • Emily Ehrlich
  • Kristin Geonnotti
  • Lauren Hula
  • Keith Kranker
  • Rumin Sarwar
  • Rachel Shapiro
  • KeriAnn Wells
  • Joseph Zickafoose
  • Sandi Nelson
  • Kate Stewart
  • Frank Yoon

Abstract

This report, the second of three planned annual reports, synthesizes findings and draws conclusions from an implementation evaluation; including the clinicians’ experiences with the initiative; and presents preliminary estimates of program impacts by type of target population for 10 PCR programs.

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  • Lorenzo Moreno & Boyd Gilman & Greg Peterson & Catherine DesRoches & Sheila Hoag & Linda Barterian & Laura Blue & Katharine Bradley & Emily Ehrlich & Kristin Geonnotti & Lauren Hula & Keith Kranker & , "undated". "Evaluation of Health Care Innovation Awards (HCIA): Primary Care Redesign Programs, Second Annual Report, Volume I: Synthesis Report," Mathematica Policy Research Reports bab325620fa24c298e8bee683, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:bab325620fa24c298e8bee68313641e8
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    1. Catherine M. DesRoches & Michael W. Painter & Ashish K. Jha, 2014. "Health Information Technology in the United States: Progress and Challenges Ahead, 2014 (Executive Summary)," Mathematica Policy Research Reports f95ed120718f4601ab79f9067, Mathematica Policy Research.
    2. Catherine M. DesRoches & Michael W. Painter & Ashish K. Jha, 2014. "Health Information Technology in the United States: Progress and Challenges Ahead 2014," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 0262ebe769b94bd99d436ae19, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    Primary care; CMS; HCIA; Delivery systems; Workforce development; Practice transformation;
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