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Helen Levy

Healthy Michigan Plan CMS Evaluation FY18

Research Project Description
John Z. Ayanian, Renuka Tipirneni, Richard A. Hirth, Sarah J. Clark, Tammy Chang, Sunghee Lee, Helen Levy, Jeffrey Todd Kullgren, Adrianne Nicole Haggins, Thomas C. Buchmueller, Susan D. Goold, Edith C. Kieffer, A. Mark Fendrick, Simone Rauscher Singh, Kevin John Dombkowski, Achamyeleh Gebremariam, Minal Ravindra Patel

An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation has partnered with MDHHS to conduct the evaluation of Michigan's Medicaid expansion, known as the Healthy Michigan Plan (HMP). Per the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, IHPI will carry out evaluation in seven domains: 1) an analysis of the impact of Medicaid expansion on uncompensated care costs borne by Michigan hospitals; 2) an analysis of the effect of HMP on the number of uninsured in Michigan; 3) the impact of HMP on increasing healthy behaviors and improving health outcomes; 4) the viewpoints of beneficiaries and providers of the impact of HMP; 5/6) the impact of HMP's contribution requirements and MI Health Accounts on beneficiary healthcare utilization; 7) the cost effectiveness of the Marketplace Option.

Funding: Health and Human Services, Health Care Financing Administration (subcontract: MA No. 20180230-00 / Project No. E20180649-00)

Funding Period: 10/1/2017 to 9/30/2018