The Center for Epidemiological Research for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (CERIIDD) provides healthcare service utilization data analysis to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families, policy makers, payers, and providers. Building on an extensive network of collaborative partnerships, CERIIDD collects and critically evaluates data unique to the I/DD to inform all stakeholders.

Individuals with I/DD and Families

  • Provide data analyses that allows for a better understanding of the healthcare needs of individuals with I/DD
  • Facilitate the ability to make informed personal health care decisions based on aggregated data analyses
  • Provide data analyses that can be used for advocacy efforts

Policy Makers

  • Provide data analyses that assist in developing policies addressing health disparities impacting individuals with I/DD
  • Provide data analyses that can be used to identify and remediate gaps in population healthcare
  • Provide an understanding of how long-term services and supports impact the utilization of acute health care services

Payers

  • Provides data analyses to determine the cost of care for individuals with I/DD across the Medicaid continuum of care
  • Provides data analyses that can be used to identify and remediate gaps in population healthcare
  • Provide data analyses that can be used to design outcome-based reimbursement systems

Healthcare and I/DD Service Providers

  • Provides data analyses that can assist in developing care plans tailored to the needs of individuals with I/DD
  • Provides data analyses that can be used to identify and remediate gaps in access to health care services
  • Provides data analyses that can be used to prepare and strategically plan for outcome-based reimbursement systems

Meet the CERIIDD Staff