We are evaluating the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) Demonstration, which aims to improve the availability, quality, and outcomes of community mental health center ambulatory care, in eight states.
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Evaluation of the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic DemonstrationDec 22, 2016
Evaluation of the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic DemonstrationNov 17, 2016
The Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) Demonstration seeks to improve the availability and quality of care delivered by community mental health centers. Mathematica contracted with the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) to conduct an evaluation of the...
Encouraging High Quality, Efficient Inpatient Care for Mental Health and Substance Use: Case-Mix Adjustment in the Optum Achievements in Clinical Excellence FacilityNov 08, 2016
We are reviewing the case mix adjustments in the Achievements in Clinical Excellence Facility program, which encourages delivery of high quality, efficient inpatient care for mental health and substance use disorders.
Evaluation of the Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration ProgramNov 08, 2016
We are evaluating the Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration program, designed to improve the health status of adults with serious mental illnesses.
Emerging Roles of Residential Treatment Centers in the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services SystemMar 03, 2015
Mathematica examined (1) the extent to which residential treatment providers operationalize systems of care values and principles and whether there are barriers to doing so, (2) the extent to which families, both youth and caregivers, are partners in the development, oversight, and operation of RTC services,...
Strategies for Integrating and Coordinating Care for Behavioral Health Populations: Case Studies of Four StatesFeb 20, 2015
Mathematica conducted an environmental scan and discussions with state officials and other stakeholders in Louisiana, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Vermont to describe each state’s approach to integrating and coordinating care for behavioral health populations.
Developing and Testing Quality Measures to Improve the Quality of Behavioral Health ServicesFeb 20, 2015
Mathematica is working with the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) to develop and test measures that can be used to monitor progress toward reaching the goals of the National Behavioral Health Quality Framework.
Comparative Effectiveness Research and Treatment of Serious Mental Illnesses in MedicaidJan 08, 2015
Mathematica identified Medicaid policies and payment practices that might facilitate or impede the delivery of evidence-based practices for individuals with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Understanding Innovative State Systems that Support Coordinated Services for Individuals with Mental and Substance Abuse DisordersOct 08, 2014
Mathematica is examining the features of innovative state systems that support coordinated services for individuals with mental health and substance use disorders. We are conducting case studies of states to examine how they finance, organize, and deliver coordinated care for this target population.
Integrating Physical Health Care and Wellness Services in Community Behavioral Health Agencies: Case Studies of Two Agencies in PennsylvaniaJan 01, 0001
This study examined the implementation of the Behavioral Health Home Plus program in two behavioral health agencies in Pennsylvania. Each agency hired a nurse, provided wellness coaching training, and implemented web-based outcomes tracking.