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Mathematica will participate virtually at a number of conferences this year. We are excited for the opportunities to share findings and insights, discuss important policy and program issues, highlight the latest technologies and methods shaping the field, and connect with changemakers around the world. Check out the virtual conferences we will be attending this year and learn more about the work that we will be sharing. New conferences will be added throughout the year.
November 30 – December 3, 2020: National Research Conference on Early Childhood
November 11 – 13, 2020: Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management Fall Research Conference
November 9 – 10, 2020: National Association of Medicaid Directors 2020 Fall Conference
October 13 – 15 & 19 – 22, 2020: Research and Evaluation Conference on Self-Sufficiency
August 17 – 18 & 25 – 26, 2020: National Association of Health Data Organizations Annual Conference
August 17 – 19, 2020: National Academy for State Health Policy Annual State Health Policy Conference
July 28 – August 6, 2020: AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting
The National Research Conference on Early Childhood (NRCEC 2020), hosted by the Administration for Children and Families, will highlight research about policies, programs, and services that serve young children and their families. The NRCEC 2020 conference goals are to identify and disseminate research relevant to young children (birth to 8 years) and their families; encourage collaboration among researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to build the evidence base for policy and practice; and foster discussion of research priorities, gaps, and needs. Presenters will share the latest research related to child care, home visiting, child welfare, Head Start and Early Head Start programs, prekindergarten, early elementary, special education, and other early childhood programs.
Mathematica experts will participate in two concurrent breakout sessions on Wednesday, December 2, 2020, from 1:00 to 2:45 p.m.
The Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM) Fall Research Conference, “Research Across the Policy Lifecycle: Formulation, Implementation, Evaluation and Back Again,” brings together researchers, program evaluators, policy experts, and students from across the country to reimagine the way the world gathers and uses data to improve public well-being. This year’s conference, which focuses on what happens when evidence-based programs and policies are actually implemented, will include several Mathematica-led presentations, panel discussions, networking events, and poster sessions.
Learn more about our attendance at APPAM here.
The Fall 2020 National Association of Medicaid Directors (NAMD) Conference brings together Medicaid directors representing each of the 50 states, District of Columbia, and U.S. territories and other stakeholders. Attendees come together to educate, network, and strengthen the role of Medicaid in the U.S. health care system. Mathematica experts will be at their virtual booth and available for scheduled meet and greets each day to discuss how we are supporting states as they transform care delivery and quality, modernize analytics and programs, and improve COVID-19 monitoring and after-action planning.
Learn more about our attendance at NAMD here.
In October, the Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation (OPRE) in the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, will convene their annual Research and Evaluation Conference on Self-Sufficiency (RECS). A leading forum for researchers, state and local administrators, practitioners, and policymakers, several Mathematica experts will present the latest research findings from their studies of family support and social well-being programs and policies.
Watch a virtual tour of the Pathways to Work Evidence Clearinghouse website, a new resource funded by OPRE that provides leaders and operators of programs for job seekers with low incomes evidence on the interventions and strategies that can help their clients succeed in the labor market.
Learn more about our presentations at RECS here.
The National Association of Health Data Organizations (NAHDO) 35th Annual Conference, “Building a Bridge Between Data and Policy,” will offer the latest information on health data initiatives, innovations in analytics, and public reporting.
Check out the webinar series by the COVID-19 Health Data Users Group, formed in partnership with NAHDO, where health data experts share their knowledge with group members and discuss experience experiences related to COVID-19.
Learn more about our participation at the NAHDO Annual Conference here.
The National Academy for State Health Policy’s (NASHP) 33rd Annual State Health Policy Conference, “State Health Policy: Flexibility and Resiliency through COVID-19 and Beyond,” brings together health policy professionals from across the country to address key topics important to the state health policy community.
Check out some of our featured work done in partnership with NASHP that includes a data visualization that provides state-level information that can inform COVID-19 contact tracing programs.
Learn more about our participation at the NASHP Annual State Health Policy Conference here.
The AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting (ARM) convenes a diverse group of stakeholders at the intersection of health, health care, and policy to share important findings and showcase the latest evidence on critical and emerging issues in Health Services Research.
We look forward to participating in both live and on-demand sessions to discuss our work. Click here for a full schedule of our presentations. Some of our work featured at this conference includes evaluation findings from Year 2 of the Million Hearts® Cardiovascular Disease Risk Reduction Model. If you’re attending ARM this year, be sure to visit Mathematica’s virtual booth and say hello to some of our experts!
Learn more about our attendance at ARM here.
“Although we won’t be able to meet in person this year, we are excited to have the opportunity to learn virtually about the latest research and exchange ideas with other researchers, academic leaders, policymakers, practitioners, and students about how to advance health policy and practice.” — Erin Taylor, senior vice president and managing director of Health Policy Assessment