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Building Infrastructure for Community Capacity in Accelerating Integrated Care

Although the Affordable Care Act (ACA) expanded Medicaid eligibility, Medicaid expansions do not appear to have decreased the gap in mental health treatment between Whites and racial/ethnic or linguistic minorities. There is a critical shortage of trained providers who can offer culturally congruent mental health service in non-English languages in Medicaid-based Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). Building capacity and training opportunities to implement evidence-based ment...

Evaluation of the Health and Economic Consequences of Kentucky's Section 1115 Demonstration Waiver

Kentucky HEALTH is an 1115 Medicaid waiver that was approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in January 2018. This 5-year demonstration waiver aims to modify the traditional Medicaid program to improve health behaviors, health outcomes, and socioeconomic outcomes in the waiver-eligible population through several innovations. In brief, these include introducing Community Engagement requirements, monthly premiums, MyRewards accounts for dental and vision s...

Effects of Coordinated Care for Disabled Medicaid Recipients

The purpose of this study is to improve the quality of care for individuals with multiple chronic conditions, health care systems have begun turning to coordinated care. Although coordinated care can refer to many different things, it usually includes activities such as assessing patients' needs, referring them to the right doctors, helping them make and keep appointments, and helping them comply with medical or dietary recommendations. To understand the effects of coordinated ...

Patient and Family Partners in Heart Failure Care: Pilot Test of a Pre-visit Question Prompt List to Enhance Engagement During Medical Visits

The purpose of this study is to conduct a pilot study in 30 Heart Failure (HF) patients and visit companions (i.e., a family member who accompanies the patient to medical visits), to evaluate a pre- visit question/topic prompt list, designed to enhance patient and family member engagement during visits by providing a list of questions or topics that they may want to discuss with their health care provider.

Linkage of Medicaid Enrollment Information to Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results Data

Background: The SEER database collects data about people with cancer. SEER stands for Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results. Medicaid is a kind of health insurance. It is for people who have low income or serious medical needs. Many studies have shown that Medicaid recipients with cancer are more likely to be diagnosed later in the disease than people with other insurance. They are also less likely to get treatment. Researchers want to compare Medicaid data and SEE...

New Hampshire Medicaid Wellness Incentive Program

The New Hampshire Medicaid Wellness Incentive Program (WIP) will address both the health disparity and increased costs by providing incentivized health promotion programs to overweight or obese and/or tobacco-smoking Medicaid beneficiaries receiving services at New Hampshire's 10 regional Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs).

Medicaid Disenrollment: Intrastate Emergency Department Impact

We will obtain data from the robust Agency for Healthcare Reimbursement and Quality (AHRQ) Healthcare Utilization Project (HCUP), as well as from the State of Tennessee. If our hypotheses are true, such data will provide strong evidence that Medicaid disenrollment has a negetive health impact on uninsured populations. The data may also provide evidence for increased public funding of safety-net EDs after Medicaid disenrollment.

Pilot of Home Visitation Services for Patients With a Diabetes Diagnosis

This pilot program will assess whether an enhanced PCMH model with more intensive management and intervention can improve chronic disease patient outcomes, improve healthcare delivery, and reduce healthcare costs. Participants in this program are current patients at Leland Medical Clinic and are either enrolled, or eligible to enroll, in Mississippi's Medicaid program. This pilot program will test the effectiveness of high-quality interventions comprising of: (1) an educational...

Minnesota Medicaid Incentives to Prevent Chronic Disease

The objective of this study is to test whether two different participant financial incentive structures are more effective and cost effective than minimal financial incentives in increasing weight loss among Minnesota Medicaid beneficiaries at high risk of developing diabetes. The incentives are tied to participation and weight loss in the evidence-based group-delivered YMCA diabetes prevention program (Y-DPP). We will conduct a group randomized trial that includes up to 150 Y-...

Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line Medicaid Incentive Evaluation

The study is designed to test the hypotheses that financial incentives can increase both participation in smoking cessation treatment and resulting cessation rates, when they are offered to BadgerCare Plus (Medicaid) smokers as part of their health care.

Evaluating Control of Hypertension - Effect of Social Determinants

This study evaluates the impact of a large-scale, national expansion of Medicaid on hypertension incidence, screening, treatment, and management. Social Determinants of Health will be assessed as moderators, and comparing states that did versus states that did not expand Medicaid will also be evaluated.

CareConekta: A Smartphone App to Improve Engagement in HIV Care

Population mobility is common in South Africa, but important research gaps exist describing this mobility and its impact on engagement in HIV care, particularly among pregnant and postpartum women. Through this study, the investigators propose to test a smartphone application - CareConekta - to conduct essential formative work on mobility and evaluate this app as an intervention to facilitate engagement in HIV care during times of mobility. This work is critical to adapting Car...

Interventions to Improve HIV Care Engagement After Hospital Discharge

A quasi-experitmental study of the efficacy interventions, including additional HIV care team daily inpatient round and three telephone calls to remind the upcoming clinic appointment, in improving HIV care engagement within 30 days after hospital discharge among HIV-infected patients.

Medicaid Enhanced Prenatal/Postnatal Services Using a Nurse-Community Health Worker Team

Our objective was to test whether there were advantages to Nurse-CHW team home visiting designed to combine the strengths of both visitors, with a focus on maternal stress and mental health, when compared with standard of Community Care (CC) that included professional home visitors in a state-sponsored Medicaid program. We conducted the study under usual community conditions in a population of women eligible for state-sponsored Medicaid programs. We predicted that during pregna...

Evaluation of a Community Health Worker (CHW)-Led Program

The investigators are comparing health care utilization claims data of Medicaid beneficiaries who participated in a CHW program led by three Medicaid health plans' salaried CHWs in the Cody Rouge neighborhood of Detroit, Michigan with eligible beneficiaries who were not invited to participate in the program but received usual health plan services.

Improving Quitline Support Study

This study seeks to evaluate ways to improve outcomes for low-education, uninsured or Medicaid-eligible smokers who do not successfully quit with standard telephone quit line treatment. The study will use an efficient factorial study design to evaluate four evidence-based strategies to improve follow-up care offered by the Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line (WTQL) to socioeconomically disadvantaged callers who report smoking four months following initial WTQL treatment comprising a si...

Corazon de la Familia (Heart of the Family)

The Corazón de la Familia study is a randomized controlled trial to examine the effects of a novel family-focused lifestyle modification intervention to reduce risk for type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD) among Hispanics/Latinos. Facilitated by community health workers, the family-focused intervention engages two members of a family in an educational program addressing lifestyle behaviors to support sustained engagement in healthy lifestyles among Hispanics with h...

Post Affordable Care Act Evaluation

This innovative study will measure the impact of Affordable Care Act-sponsored Medicaid expansions on access to and utilization of community health center (CHC) services. Building on our prior work that developed a robust community-based research infrastructure within the OCHIN community health information network, we will utilize linked electronic health record data from the OCHIN network of >400 CHC clinics in 8 states that expanded Medicaid coverage and 8 states that did not...

Improving Effect of Reinforced Family Assistance on the Quality of Bowel Preparation for Colonoscopy

Enhanced instructions such as re-education by telephone or short message which increase the patient adherence eventually improve the quality of bowel preparation significantly. However, the effect of family assistance which plays an essential role on compliance of patient with treatment on bowel preparation is unknown. The investigators hypothesized that reinforced education giving family members of outpatients will enhance family support to patients for colonoscopy, and conseq...

Antimicrobial Catheter Lock Solution for the Treatment of Central Line Associated Bloodstream Infection (CLABSI)

A CVC is a sterile flexible tube that allows a drug to flow from a bottle or bag directly into a patient's bloodstream. CVCs may cause infections when bacteria gets into the catheter and enters the bloodstream. They also have a risk of becoming clogged. When this occurs, the CVC usually needs to be replaced. The goal of this clinical research study is to learn if an antimicrobial catheter lock solution can make it possible for the CVC to stay in place while treating an infe...

Reducing Barriers to Drug Abuse Treatment Services

The broad goal of this study is to assess the effectiveness of two interventions to facilitate treatment linkage and treatment engagement. "Treatment linkage" is operationally defined as completion of agency intake procedures and attendance at the first clinical or therapy session. "Treatment engagement" represents a more comprehensive conceptualization of "treatment retention" and includes measures of the clinical and ancillary services actually received by the client over tim...

Wellness Engagement Project, Petersburg

This study tests the feasibility of a health and wellness trial designed with community input. This 12-week program will be tested over a 24-week period using a delayed treatment control group.

An Engagement Engine for Fitness Trackers

The iTrackFitness study aims to test the "engagement engine" that was developed from activity tracker and survey data gathered during phase I of the study. For the current phase the "engagement engine" will support successful and sustained engagement with health trackers thereby increasing physical activity.

A Comparison of 188-0551 Solution Versus Vehicle Solution in Subjects With Plaque Psoriasis (Study 203)

This Phase 2 study (Study 203) has been designed to determine and compare the efficacy and safety of 188-0551 Solution and Vehicle Solution applied twice daily for up to four weeks in subjects with plaque psoriasis. Subjects will be instructed to apply the test article (188-0551 Solution or Vehicle Solution) to all psoriasis plaques within the designated Treatment Area twice daily for four weeks (Study Day 29), unless the investigator verifies the subject's psoriasis has cleare...

Family Engagement in Safety

Miscommunications are a leading cause of serious medical errors in hospitals, contributing to more than 60% of sentinel events, the most serious adverse events reported to the Joint Commission. Efforts to improve patient safety in hospitals have centered on improving communication between providers. While provider-focused communication interventions have led to reductions in patient harm, patients and families have been notably absent from most interventions to improve patient ...

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