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Workers' compensation fraud costs insurers and businesses billions of dollars each year nationwide. This report focuses on the intentional manipulation of rules and procedures by providers of health care services and supplies.
This report contains an independent evaluation of the Federally Qualified Health Center Advanced Primary Care Practice Demonstration for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid.
Jun 26, 2017
Katherine L. Kahn, Justin W. Timbie, Mark W. Friedberg, Peter Mendel, Liisa Hiatt, Emily K. Chen, Amii Kress, Christine Buttorff, Tara Lavelle, Beverly A. Weidmer, Harold D. Green, Mallika Kommareddi, Rosalie Malsberger, Aaron Kofner, Afshin Rastegar, Claude Messan Setodji
This report provides a strategic view of the analytical capabilities that are needed by the Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center to allocate resources to and assess the performance of installation and mission support activities.
Jun 23, 2017
Patrick Mills, Robert S. Tripp, James Leftwich, John G. Drew, Jerry Sollinger, Robert G. DeFeo
Researchers examined school choice outcomes in New Orleans following 2005's Hurricane Katrina, including exit patterns of students across sectors and school types in New Orleans and the destination schools of mobile students.
To help the Department of State mature its enterprisewide lessons-learned capabilities, this report explores best practices across fields of organizational theory and within both public and private organizations.
Jun 21, 2017
Dwayne M. Butler, Angelena Bohman, Christina Bartol Burnett, Julia A. Thompson, Amanda Kadlec, Larry Hanauer
From Vietnam in the 1960s to Afghanistan in this decade, James Dobbins was on the frontlines of American diplomacy and worked to advance U.S. national interests in some of the world's most difficult and troubled arenas.
This report presents an approach for understanding the district resources and expenditures required to prepare, hire, evaluate, develop, and support school leaders and provides estimates of those resources and expenditures.
Jun 20, 2017
Julia H. Kaufman, Susan M. Gates, Melody Harvey, Yanlin Wang, Mark Kevin Barrett
This report examines the impact of renewed tension between NATO and Russia on key allies and partners in central and northeastern Europe to identify how changes in their interests, strategies, and capabilities affect U.S. partnering in the region.
Jun 20, 2017
Christopher S. Chivvis, Raphael S. Cohen, Bryan Frederick, Daniel S. Hamilton, F. Stephen Larrabee, Bonny Lin
This research takes a mixed-methods approach to examine the effects of military education benefit programs on recruiting and retention-related outcomes, and to assess how the two largest education benefits may work together.
Jun 19, 2017
Jennie W. Wenger, Trey Miller, Matthew Baird, Peter Buryk, Lindsay Daugherty, Marlon Graf, Simon Hollands, Salar Jahedi, Douglas Yeung
Explores the U.S. capability to handle the Arctic Search and Rescue (SAR) Agreement, a landmark treaty that gives the U.S. responsibility for conducting SAR in a slice of territory that surrounds Alaska and stretches to the North Pole.
To support the U.S. Department of Defense in expanding its capacity for social media analysis, this report reviews the analytic approaches that will be most valuable for information operations and considerations for implementation.
Jun 14, 2017
William Marcellino, Meagan Smith, Christopher Paul, Lauren Skrabala