SIM Program Data Dashboard
In 2014 the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation awarded Connecticut a four year, $45 million State Innovation Model (SIM) Test Grant. Connecticut’s SIM (CT SIM) is working to improve Connecticut’s healthcare system for the majority of residents by establishing a whole-person-centered healthcare system that improves community health and eliminates health inequities; ensures superior access, quality and care experience, empowers individuals to actively participate in their health and healthcare; and improves affordability by reducing healthcare costs.
Drs. Robert Aseltine of UConn Health and Paul Cleary of Yale University co-direct the CT SIM evaluation to determine its impact on Connecticut’s healthcare consumers, providers, and organizations. The evaluation focuses on tracking progress towards the SIM aims and provides opportunities for continuous quality improvement