This report examines alternatives for improving the quality of health care provided to the aged, blind, and disabled population in fee-for-service Medicaid in Wisconsin. Options considered include maintaining the status quo, implementing a pay-for-performance system, adopting a primary care case management program, operating a chronic disease management program, and pursuing a combination of primary care and chronic disease management.
Fee-for-Service Medicaid in Wisconsin: An Evaluation of Quality Improvement Initiatives for the Aged, Blind and Disabled
- Volume or issue no.: Public Affairs Workshop, Domestic Issues, Public Affairs 869, taught by Karen Holden in Spring 2008
- Author(s): Helena Lefkow, Alexis MacDonald, Michael Porter, and Krista Willing
- Link to publication: Download PDF
- Client Name: the Office of Policy Initiatives and Budget, Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services