Call for Papers for the Center of Excellence on Disability Research National Conference!

Mathematica Policy Research is soliciting research abstracts to be presented at the Center of Excellence on Disability Research national conference to be held March 11th –12th, 2013 in Crystal City, Virginia.

The conference presents important new research findings on care coordination and integration of care for people with disabilities and is intended for policy makers, program operators, service providers, researchers, and others with an interest in such research.  Mathematica is seeking research that examines how new interventions, care delivery models, financing arrangements, and health information technology (HIT) focused on care coordination and/or integration of care improve the quality of care, qualify of life, and health outcomes for people with disabilities. Populations of interest include people of any age with various types of disabilities and sources of health care coverage.

The deadline for submission of abstracts is October 15th, 2012. More detailed information on research topics, and instructions for submitting abstracts, can be found on the conference website at www.neweditions.net/cedrconference/abstracts.asp. Registration for the conference will open in September on the same website.

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