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Research Associate II
Kimberly Snow uses her expertise in policy analysis, qualitative and quantitative research, and program evaluation to assist state and federal partners understand how public programs meet the needs of older adults and adults with disabilities.
With a particular interest in elder abuse, she has used administrative data from Maine Adult Protective Services and other sources to investigate the impact of abuse on health care use and costs, estimate the dollars lost to elder financial exploitation, and understand the relationship between elder abuse and the opioid crisis.
Kimberly also conducts program evaluation activities for the CMS Financial Alignment Initiative integrating Medicare and Medicaid services through a single, managed care product for dually eligible beneficiaries, as well as several community organizations implementing interventions benefiting people with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers. Kim is leading the evaluation of a new caregiver respite program that expands respite services to a broad population of caregivers in Maine.
- Program evaluation
- Qualitative research
- Quantitative research
Please review Kimberly Snow's publications on Digital Commons.