HealthChoice Evaluation: Final Report and Recommendations
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This evaluation of the Maryland HealthChoice program, which began in 1997, assesses the program’s success relative to its original goals and stakeholders’ expectations. The study uses a mix of quantitative data (e.g., encounter data and Maryland Health Services Cost Review Commission data) and qualitative data (e.g., community forums and focus groups) to assess the performance of Maryland’s Medicaid managed care program.
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