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Policy Research Report
In this report, the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research provides information from their comprehensive evaluation of the 2022 Parks After Dark (PAD) program, a Los Angeles County initiative that was implemented in areas with high levels of violence, obesity, and economic hardship.
Policy Research Report
In this report, the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research provides information from their comprehensive evaluation of the 2022 Parks After Dark (PAD) program, a Los Angeles County initiative that was implemented in areas with high levels of violence, obesity, and economic hardship.
Research Report
UCLA CHPR's Health Economics and Evaluation Research team was selected to conduct the evaluation of California's Health Homes Program (HHP), which was implemented to serve eligible Medi-Cal beneficiaries with complex needs and chronic conditions. Authors share findings in this final evaluation report.
Research Report
UCLA CHPR's Health Economics and Evaluation Research team was selected to conduct the evaluation of California's Health Homes Program (HHP), which was implemented to serve eligible Medi-Cal beneficiaries with complex needs and chronic conditions. Authors share findings in this final evaluation report.
Journal Article
Authors sought to examine specific care-seeking behaviors and experiences, access indicators, and patient care management approaches associated with frequency of emergency department (ED) visits among patients of Health Resources and Services Administration-funded health centers that provide comprehensive primary care to low-income and uninsured patients.
Journal Article
Authors sought to examine specific care-seeking behaviors and experiences, access indicators, and patient care management approaches associated with frequency of emergency department (ED) visits among patients of Health Resources and Services Administration-funded health centers that provide comprehensive primary care to low-income and uninsured patients.
Research Report
UCLA CHPR's Health Economics and Evaluation Research (HEER) team was selected to evaluate the California Department of Health Care Services' Whole Person Care (WPC) Program for high-risk, high-utilizing enrollees who had a complex profile, with multiple service needs. This report highlights findings from the final evaluation of WPC.
Research Report
UCLA CHPR's Health Economics and Evaluation Research (HEER) team was selected to evaluate the California Department of Health Care Services' Whole Person Care (WPC) Program for high-risk, high-utilizing enrollees who had a complex profile, with multiple service needs. This report highlights findings from the final evaluation of WPC.
Journal Article
Authors pooled enrollment and claims data from enrollees of the California Whole Person Care (WPC) Program to develop easy-to-use and validated predictive models to identify beneficiaries experiencing homelessness from administrative data.
Journal Article
Authors pooled enrollment and claims data from enrollees of the California Whole Person Care (WPC) Program to develop easy-to-use and validated predictive models to identify beneficiaries experiencing homelessness from administrative data.
Journal Article
Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) recognition is designed to promote whole-person team-based and integrated care. The goal of this paper was to assess changes in staffing infrastructure that promoted team-based and integrated care delivery before and after PCMH recognition in Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA)-funded health centers (HCs).
Journal Article
Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) recognition is designed to promote whole-person team-based and integrated care. The goal of this paper was to assess changes in staffing infrastructure that promoted team-based and integrated care delivery before and after PCMH recognition in Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA)-funded health centers (HCs).
Journal Article
Evidence indicates presence of immigrant health disparities in the European Union (EU) and the United States (U.S.). Authors examined the association between immigrant health policies and the gap in health status, unmet needs, and service use between immigrants and citizens in the EU and U.S.
Journal Article
Evidence indicates presence of immigrant health disparities in the European Union (EU) and the United States (U.S.). Authors examined the association between immigrant health policies and the gap in health status, unmet needs, and service use between immigrants and citizens in the EU and U.S.
Journal Article
Authors explore whether there are racial/ethnic differences in diabetes management and outcomes among adult health center (HC) patients with type 2 diabetes. Researchers analyzed data from the 2014 Health Center Patient Survey, a national sample of HC patients. They examined indicators of diabetes monitoring and care management. Authors also examined diabetes-specific outcomes and general outcomes.
Journal Article
Authors explore whether there are racial/ethnic differences in diabetes management and outcomes among adult health center (HC) patients with type 2 diabetes. Researchers analyzed data from the 2014 Health Center Patient Survey, a national sample of HC patients. They examined indicators of diabetes monitoring and care management. Authors also examined diabetes-specific outcomes and general outcomes.
Research Report
In order to plan for the Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) and Community Based Adult Services (CBAS) at the state and local levels, the California Department of Aging (CDA) contracted with the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research to identify the number of potential eligible individuals likely to use these programs.
Research Report
In order to plan for the Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP) and Community Based Adult Services (CBAS) at the state and local levels, the California Department of Aging (CDA) contracted with the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research to identify the number of potential eligible individuals likely to use these programs.
Journal Article
This study investigates the differential associations of homelessness with emergency department (ED) visits and hospitalizations by race, ethnicity, and gender. Authors identified beneficiaries experiencing homelessness (BEH) and those who did not (NBEH) using diagnosis and place of service codes and residential addresses. Outcomes include four ED visits measures and four hospitalizations measures.
Journal Article
This study investigates the differential associations of homelessness with emergency department (ED) visits and hospitalizations by race, ethnicity, and gender. Authors identified beneficiaries experiencing homelessness (BEH) and those who did not (NBEH) using diagnosis and place of service codes and residential addresses. Outcomes include four ED visits measures and four hospitalizations measures.