Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

Fee-for-Service Medicaid in Wisconsin: An Evaluation of Quality Improvement Initiatives for the Aged, Blind and Disabled

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.

Additional Info

  • 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
  • Client Name: the Office of Policy Initiatives and Budget, Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services