In 2012, Econometrica began evaluating the Community-based Care Transitions Program (CCTP) on behalf of Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
Econometrica analyzed the feasibility of a Navajo Nation Medicaid agency, examining issues such as startup requirements and potential models for implementation.
Econometrica celebrated its 20th anniversary by holding a silent auction for Friendship Place.
Econometrica evaluated and monitored CMS’ Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) Model 1 Initiative to understand its impact.
Econometrica Made First Foray Into State Exchanges and Modeled Post-Reform State Marketplace Market Dynamics
Econometrica modeled post-reform State Marketplace market dynamics, and identified key challenges in each State.
From 2011 to 2015, Econometrica helped build tools and trainings to prevent injuries in American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal groups.
Econometrica’s Learning, Training & Diffusion Team has been developing a web-based training course for CDC’s Office of Antibiotic Stewardship.
Econometrica’s Housing and Community Development group has published a great deal of research for HUD’s Office of Policy Development & Research.
Econometrica is proud to be a member of the Road to Zero Coalition.
Econometrica is pleased to continue our 20-year anniversary celebration with donations to two organizations that will plant trees on parklands.
Econometrica held its 2018 Partner Day on April 5 to connect partners to each other and to show our partners the services we offer.
Econometrica positions itself to combat the opioid crisis with its capability and experience in prevention of substance abuse.