The Independence at Home Demonstration tests whether providing a payment incentive to home-based primary care practices reduces Medicare spending and improves quality of care for chronically ill beneficiaries who need help from another person with activities of daily living.
Related Publications for Jason Rotter
Evaluation of the Independence at Home Demonstration: An Examination of Year 7, the First Year of the COVID-19 PandemicJan 27, 2023
Evaluation of the Maryland Total Cost of Care Model: Quantitative Only Report for the Model’s First Three Years (2019 to 2021): Findings at a GlanceDec 20, 2022
This findings at a glance provides a brief overview of impacts from the first three years of the Maryland Total Cost of Care Model.
Evaluation of the Maryland Total Cost of Care Model: Quantitative Only Report for the Model’s First Three Years (2019 to 2021)Dec 20, 2022
This report presents impacts from the first three years of the Maryland Total Cost of Care Model (MD TCOC). MD TCOC uses a hospital global budget and expands it to statewide accountability for cost and quality outcomes and broadens the incentives and supports to providers to transform care.
Socioeconomic Status and Modification of Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease Risk Prediction: Epidemiological Analysis Using Data from the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities StudyNov 07, 2022
Examine whether the relationship between the pooled cohort equations (PCE) predicted 10-year risk for atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) and absolute risk for ASCVD is modified by socioeconomic status (SES).
Evaluation of the Independence at Home Demonstration: An Examination of the First Six YearsNov 30, 2021
This report examines the effects of the Independence at Home payment incentive. It also assesses whether home-based primary care affects spending and hospital use for dually eligible patients and describes the association between home-based primary care use and end-of-life expenditures.
Evaluation of the Maryland Total Cost of Care Model: Implementation ReportJul 06, 2021
This is the first report for the independent evaluation of the Maryland Total Cost of Care (MD TCOC) Model. The report findings describe model implementation in the first two years and will serve as a foundation for interpreting future impact estimates and what aspects of the model might drive them.
Adoption and Effectiveness of De-Escalated Radiation and Endocrine Therapy Strategies for Older Women with Low-Risk Breast CancerJun 01, 2021
Recent clinical trials support de-escalation of adjuvant radiation therapy following lumpectomy in some older women with low-risk HR+ breast cancers planning to take endocrine therapy.
Cost-Effectiveness of Endocrine Therapy Versus Radiotherapy Versus Combined Endocrine and Radiotherapy for Older Women with Early-Stage Breast CancerJun 01, 2021
To evaluate the cost-effectiveness of endocrine therapy (ET), radiation therapy (XRT), and combination ET + XRT as post-surgical treatment for older women with early-stage breast cancer from the societal perspective.
Developing Personalized Survivorship Care Pathways in the United States: Existing Resources and Remaining ChallengesApr 01, 2021
This commentary examines how personalized survivorship care pathways can be developed and implemented in the United States.
Woody Hardness Classification Impact on Salvage Laryngectomy Functional OutcomesFeb 01, 2021
Post-radiation therapy salvage surgeries are challenging for surgeons due to tissue fibrosis. The woody hardness classification is valuable in differentiating the degree of neck stiffness, but its clinical utility has not been evaluated.