Mathematica and its partner, Group Health Cooperative, evaluated the effects of CPC on cost, quality, utilization, and patient and provider experience. We also provided rapid cycle (quarterly) feedback to participating practices, CMS, and CMS’s regional partners.
- Implementation analyses
- Qualitative methods
- Integration of physical and behavioral health care and social services
- Health care payment reform
- Primary care transformation
- Medicaid and CHIP
- Behavioral Health
Grace Anglin specializes in leading large, mixed-method implementation analyses that bring together qualitative, survey, program, and administrative data to understand how programs are implemented and what supports or hinders successful implementation. She has extensive experience developing protocols and procedures for qualitative data collection, conducting interviews, and leading qualitative coding and analysis.
Anglin’s recent research focuses on health care payment reform, primary care transformation, and the coordination of physical and behavioral health care and social services. She served as a lead researcher for Mathematica’s evaluation of the Comprehensive Primary Care initiative and is currently leading the implementation evaluation of Comprehensive Primary Care Plus. In addition, Anglin is leading implementation evaluations of two programs funded by the second round of Health Care Innovation Awards. Both programs aim to improve the coordination of physical and mental health care and social services for children enrolled in Medicaid. She has also worked on evaluations of the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009 Quality Demonstration Grant Program and the Medicaid Emergency Psychiatric Services Demonstration, among others.
Prior to joining Mathematica in 2009, Anglin held positions at the University of Michigan, Nemours Health and Prevention Services, and the University of Georgia. She has a M.P.H. in health management and policy from the University of Michigan, School of Public Health.