Improving Population Health
Considerations in Contracting Vendors for Predictive Analytics By Christopher Teixeira, Michelle M. Jacobs Smith, and Matthew Boyas An increasing number of child welfare agencies are considering using predictive analytics in their work....
Elaine K. Swift, PhD (MITRE); Adela Lucero, JD LLM (MITRE); Alison Dingwall, PhD (MITRE) Major change in the form of new kinds of supplemental benefits is coming to Medicare Advantage (MA) plans, which insure 19 million—or 33% of—Medicare...
Matthew Boyas Senior Data Scientist Child Welfare and Opioids Matthew Boyas is a Senior Data Scientist in MITRE's Model-Based Analytics Department. In his projects, he has explored how predictive analytics can support efforts to serve children at risk for maltreatment...
The telehealth ecosystem is a complex combination of technologies enabling new capabilities for delivery of patient centric care. This HIMSS18 session by Ronnie Daldos, MITRE, introduces threat based defense as a key component of a comprehensive risk management strategy.
A report by Christopher Teixeira and Matthew Boyas, MITRE, under a project for the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) at the Department of Health and Human Services. The report explores the state of the use of predictive analytics in child welfare by conducting an environmental scan of child welfare agencies, academia, nonprofit organizations, and for-profit vendors.
Watch how Kristina Sheridan identifies and evaluates methods to empower patients with chronic illnesses to better manage their care and to fully engage with providers to improve their health outcomes.
MITRE researchers have developed a powerful analytical tool to predict and identify prescription drug fraud schemes involving patients, prescribers, and pharmacies. The system shows promise for state and federal government efforts to combat opioid abuse.
What does sharing aviation safety data have to do with creating a safer world for kids in the child welfare system? MITRE’s Executive Director, Population Health and Well-being, Dr. Mark Thomas and MITRE’s Department Chief Engineer and Lead Data Scientist Chris Teixeira saw a common data problem and made the connection. Watch their call to action.
MITRE led one of 34 projects in the innovative Massachusetts public health study which brought together some of the foremost thinkers on opioid addiction today to discover new possibilities, create unexpected opportunities, and collaborate with the state to overcome the opioid crisis. Learn more about the Workshop and its findings.
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