IMPAQ International helps state clients translate federal policy and improve local program effectiveness. Over the past decade, IMPAQ has conducted a variety of research and support projects on Medicaid and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) policies, for both Federal and state governments.
To our state and local clients, we bring substantive knowledge and technical expertise in policy implications, data collection methodologies, and program operations. Our experience spans working with both executive and legislative agencies and offices at all levels of government.
Recent projects include evaluation of the Maryland Multi-Payer Patient Centered Medical Home Program (MMPP), developing an Environmental Scanning and Program Characteristics (ESPC) database, supporting the National Balancing Indicator Project (NBIP), and designing and implementing the Long-term Services and Supports Information and Tracking System for the Mississippi Division of Medicaid (Mississippi LTSS).
Read more about these and related projects below.
Complete our contact form or call us at (443) 259-5500 to discuss how IMPAQ can help evaluate and enhance public programs and policies.