Author Archives: Paige Lewis

Analysis Identifies Implicit Bias

The July 30th, 2018 edition of the Boston Globe featured an article regarding an insightful analysis conducted for the Massachusetts Trial Court system by Market Decisions Research. Judge performance is routinely rated by lawyers and court employees in surveys.  Our … Continue reading

Improving Immigrant Health

As immigrant populations continue to grow here in Maine, so does the awareness of our work with Healthy Androscoggin and the CDC’s REACH project! The success story for this project has been published on the CDC‘s website! We encourage you to take a … Continue reading

Our First Webinar

In June, we hosted our very first webinar. Mark Noyes, MPH did a great job presenting on the topic of Health Insurance Undercounts. Our trusted survey and question design strategies reduce the persistent underestimation of Medicaid recipients in health insurance … Continue reading

July US Census Meeting – Identifying Gender Minorities in Population Surveys

Mark has been invited to be a guest speaker at the Census Bureau’s subgroup on SOGI (sexual orientation and gender identity) in proxy research meeting in July! They are interested in hearing about our work identifying gender minorities in population-based … Continue reading

Turning Consumer Satisfaction into Quality Improvement

Mark, will be discussing our work with the vocational rehabilitation system at the 11th Annual PEQA Summit this September. Satisfaction survey data can be used at the agency-wide level to spark action and improve the quality of service provided to … Continue reading

Mark & Lindsay Are Presenting at APHA’s Annual Meeting!

We are excited to announce that we have been selected to present on two very important topics at the American Public Health Association’s Annual Meeting! Lindsay Gannon, MPA, will be presenting results from one of our evaluation projects focused of … Continue reading

Battling Health Insurance Undercounts

  Join us for a free webinar! June 26th, 2018 Mark will be discussing ways to use both question design and survey structure to reduce the persistent underestimation of Medicaid recipients in health insurance surveys. This improves data quality and … Continue reading

Measuring Underinsurance: Challenges and Implications Under the ACA

Our research on the challenges and implications of health care under the Affordable Care Act helps to better determine what the under-count is and understand the factors associated with the high rates of underinsured individuals. This abstract was written and presented … Continue reading