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The Hilltop Institute provides the services listed below.

For more information, contact:
Cynthia H. Woodcock, Executive Director

Medicaid Managed Care

  • Federal waiver programs
  • Regulation drafting
  • Managed care organization selection, management, and compliance
  • Primary care and specialty care network assessment
  • Policy analysis
  • Program evaluation

Health Care Financing and Medicaid Rate Setting

  • Medicaid managed care capitation rates
  • Medicaid long-term care capitation rates
  • Nursing home rate setting
  • School health program rate setting
  • Risk-adjusted capitation models
  • Actuarial and financial analysis

Health Care Data Management Systems

  • Web-accessible, interactive database development and hosting
  • Web-based eligibility/application tracking systems
  • Web-based single point-of-entry information services
  • Data warehousing

Managed Care Encounter Data

  • Validity assessment
  • Provider training and compliance
  • Collection, reporting, and data management systems
  • Rate setting applications
  • Performance measures

Program Development and Implementation

  • Program development and grant writing
  • Project management
  • Technical assistance

Program Assessment and Evaluation

  • Resource mapping
  • Cost-benefit analysis
  • Health risk assessment
  • Utilization monitoring and assessment
  • Performance measure development
  • Health plan medical management assessment
  • Community assessments
  • Feasibility studies
  • Surveys of consumers, providers, and stakeholders
  • Health services program evaluation