Richard N. Lieberman Health Data Services, Inc. Track 2.04 Health Plan Populations Track. Disease Surveillance after Hurricane Katrina: Use of Predictive Modeling by a Medicare Advantage Health Plan. Presentation Goals.
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Health Data Services, Inc.Track 2.04Health Plan Populations Track
Disease Surveillance after Hurricane Katrina:Use of Predictive Modeling by a Medicare Advantage Health Plan
Original service area was southeastern Louisiana: Orleans, Jefferson, Plaquemines and a portion of St. Tammany parishes.
In July 2005, PHN expanded its service area to include, “the River Parishes,” St. John the Baptist, St. Charles and St. Bernard.Residents of these parishes traditionally have poor access to health care providers.
As a result of Katrina, PHN expanded its service area west toward Baton Rouge and north toward Mississippi on January 1, 2007.
Use Health Planof ACG-PM as an Illness Burden “Stratifier”
Pre- vs. Post-Katrina Disease Prevalence using EDCs in a Continuously Enrolled Population
Pre- vs. Post-Katrina Disease Prevalence using Rx-MGs in a Continuously Enrolled Population
Richard N. Lieberman
Health Data Services, Inc.
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Baltimore, MD 21212