UMMS Affiliation

Commonwealth Medicine, Center for Health Policy and Research; Commonwealth Medicine, Data Management



Document Type



Health Economics | Health Information Technology | Health Law and Policy | Health Policy | Health Services Administration | Health Services Research


Policy makers, program planners and health care providers must be able to identify at-risk populations and geographic areas of need, implement programs to effect change, and track and report the results to achieve success in today’s health care environment. Mapping and visualization tools can enhance the use of data to characterize a population’s health and social services needs, target interventions and compare outcomes across different population subgroups. In Massachusetts, visualization and analytic tools are used to manage 1915c Medicaid Waiver programs, track operations, improve efficiency, report quality measures, monitor program integrity and plan for expanded service needs.


Presented at the Medicaid Enterprise Systems Conference 2016. Client/Partner: Executive Office of Elder Affairs


Medicaid, population healthcare, data analytics, data visualization, reporting, tools



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