Each of the Medicaid Value Program teams worked with Mathematica Policy Research to develop a “logic model” that detailed the reasoning behind their intervention. As described in a report published by the Kellogg Foundation, a logic model is a systematic and visual way to describe relationships among the resources necessary to implement an intervention, a detailed summary of planned activities, and anticipated results. Logic models map the progression from a starting point with various inputs, to activities and processes that generate short-term effects, to longer-term effects and outcomes for individuals and society. Logic models help document the flow of intervention activities, while highlighting potential gaps in the underlying logic of the intervention.
Organizations participating in the Medicaid Value Program to improve care for adults with multiple chronic conditions benefited from developing logic models for their interventions. This process assisted teams in standardizing key components of their planned activities. The logic models are available for download to help other organizations in designing effective models to improve care for adults with multiple chronic conditions.
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- Johns Hopkins Healthcare (15K)
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- Partnership HealthPlan of California (15K)
- University of California at San Diego (15K)
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