Data & Reports

The CMS Innovation Center maintains an expanding portfolio supporting the development and testing of innovative health care payment and service delivery models. As part of this expansion, the CMS Innovation Center contributes reports and datasets to the community of health care innovators, data researchers and policy analysts among others. Learn more about model evaluations, including the difference between model participant financial results and model evaluation spending results, considerations when evaluating a model, and how evaluations are conducted on our Understanding Model Evaluations webpage

Additional Information

    A public resource designed to bring together high-value datasets, tools, and applications using data about health and health care to support your need for better knowledge and to help you to solve problems. These datasets and tools have been gathered from agencies across the Federal government with the goal of improving health for all Americans. expand Right Caret Read more about
  • Collaboration with Academics
    The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMS Innovation Center) conducts research to better understand the effects of new payment models on beneficiary health, healthcare and costs. Numerous researchers from academia share this interest, and are presently conducting studies or plan to conduct studies to also learn about new payment models. This page outlines criteria that the CMS Innovation Center will use to determine whether or not the CMS Innovation Center will provide letters in support of research activities conducted by academic research groups. expand Right Caret Read more about Collaboration with Academics
  • CMS Data Compendium
    The CMS Office of Information Products and Data Analytics produces an annual CMS Data Compendium to provide key statistics about CMS programs and national health care expenditures. The CMS Data Compendium contains historic, current, and projected data on Medicare enrollment and Medicaid recipients, expenditures, and utilization. Data pertaining to budget, administrative and operating costs, individual income, financing, and health care providers and suppliers are also included. National health expenditure data not specific to the Medicare or Medicaid programs is also included making the CMS Data Compendium one of the most comprehensive sources of information available on U.S. health care finance. This CMS report is published annually in electronic form and is available for each year from 2002 through present. expand Right Caret Read more about CMS Data Compendium