- To develop estimates of expected total out-of-pocket spending in different Part D plans for PAMF Medicare patients using medication use data in the electronic medical records;
- To interactively develop a patient-centered tool to provide this information to beneficiaries; and
- To evaluate the intervention using a randomized, controlled trial on a population of PAMF patients.
Co-PI is M. Kate Bundorf, MBA, MPH, PhD, Stanford University.
Cheryl Stults, Ph.D., Albert S. Chan, M.D., M.S., FAAFP
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute
Advance Care Planning in Older Adults With Multiple Medical Conditions Undergoing High-Risk Surgery
Investigator: External PI, Principal Investigator
Does the Medicare Preventive Visit Coverage Benefit Seniors With Multiple Chronic Conditions?
Advance Care Planning Practices in Caring for Vulnerable Elders with Multiple Chronic Conditions
Advancing Geriatrics Infrastructure and Network Growth
Aspirin in Reducing Events in the Elderly (ASPREE)
Estimating the Prevalence of Harmful and Hazardous Alcohol Consumption in Older U.S. Adults
Improving Outcomes for CHF Patients at a Post Acute Nursing and Rehab Facility
Sutter Health’s Advanced Illness Management program
Investigators: Sylvia Sudat, PhD, External PI, Principal Investigator