Roxanne M. Andrews

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  • Patrick Romano, Peter Hussey, Dominique Ritley, Roxanne Andrews, John Bott, Christine Crofton +23 others
  • 2010
Acknowledgments This Decision Guide is intended for use by community quality collaboratives interested in evaluating quality and resource use measures. The guide presents answers to 26 questions, identified in collaboration with representatives from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Chartered Value Exchanges. to develop Selecting Quality(More)
In this article, Medicaid enrollment, use, and expenditures for persons with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in California from 1981-84 are examined. The data are from Tape-to-Tape, a person-level Medicaid enrollment and claims data base. It was found that expenditures per month of enrollment decreased as length of enrollment during the year increased.(More)
Patients with limited English proficiency have known limitations accessing health care, but differences in hospital outcomes once access is obtained are unknown.We investigate inpatient mortality rates and obstetric trauma for self-reported speakers of English, Spanish, and languages of Asia and the Pacific Islands (API) and compare quality of care by(More)
ii Acknowledgments The National Healthcare Quality Report (NHQR) is the product of collaboration among agencies across the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Many individuals guided and contributed to this report. Without their magnanimous support, this report would not have been possible. Specifically, we thank: Finally, we would like to(More)
This article is a comparison of the characteristics of hospitals serving the general population and Medicaid recipients in California and Michigan, using data from Medicaid uniform claims files and the American Hospital Association Annual Survey for 1984. A greater concentration of discharges in a small number of "high Medicaid volume" urban and rural(More)
In this study, the authors examine the longitudinal experience, annual trends, and subpopulation differences in Medicaid use and expenditures for persons with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) in California from 1983 through 1986. About two-thirds of adult males were enrolled in Medicaid within 1 month of their AIDS diagnosis. These recipients(More)
This article is based on 4 years of data for a cohort of Medicaid enrollees in California and Georgia to determine patterns of enrollment and expenditures. The analyses were developed from the statistical system known as Tape-to-Tape, which is based on Medicaid enrollment and claims files from these and other States. The composition of the cohort changed(More)
Congress enacted Section 1619 of the Social Security Act to enable the disabled receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to obtain jobs and still retain Medicaid health benefits. Congress intended this work incentive to remove the fear of the severely disabled that by obtaining employment they would lose Medicaid benefits. Based on data from 11 States,(More)
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