Director, Research and Policy, U.S.
James Maxwell has spent more than 20 years researching health insurance, financing, and health reform. Recently, he completed a study for the Massachusetts Center for Health Information and Analysis on employer health insurance, and with the support of multiple foundations, has been studying safety-net payment reform and ACO development in numerous states, including Massachusetts, New York, Maine, Minnesota, Illinois, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, and California. Jim is leading a project for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality on strategies for improving care transitions among primary care practices, and recently completed another study for the agency on reducing Medicaid readmissions. His research has been published in health and policy journals including Health Affairs, New England Journal of Medicine, Health Care Management Review and Annals of Family Medicine. Jim received a PhD in public policy from MIT, where he also received postdoctoral training in health economics and management.
Consumers' Experience in the Massachusetts Personal Care Attendant Program: Findings from 2018
Update on Payment Reform Trends: Implications for California Community Health Centers
Building the Foundation for Payment Reform for Community Health Centers in California
The Road Ahead: A Model for Advancing High Performance in Primary Care and Behavioral Health Under Value-Based Payment
Health Centers and Payment Reform: A Primer
National Approaches to Whole-Person Care in the Safety Net
California’s 1115 Waiver: An Opportunity to Move from Coverage to Whole-Person Care
Opportunities for Whole-Person Care in California
Primary Care: the New Frontier for Reducing Readmissions
Health Centers in the Era of Accountable Care: Insights from AltaMed Health Services
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