[This Transcript is Unedited] NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR VITAL AND HEALTH STATISTICS WORK GROUP ON NATIONAL HEALTH INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE July 24, 2002 Hotel Monaco 225 North Wabash Chicago, Illinois
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The Use of Nursing Home and Assisted Living Facilities Among Privately Insured and Non-Privately Insured Disabled Elders
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Do Consumer-Directed Medicaid Supportive Services Work for Children with Developmental Disabilities?
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[This Transcript is Unedited] National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics Work Group on National Health Information Infrastructure December 16, 1999 Humphrey Building 200 Independence Ave, SW Washington, D.C.
This guide provides practical advice to help program managers and evaluators understand, design, and perform cost-effectiveness (CE) evaluations of community public health prevention programs. Each chapter of the guide provides advice for addressing specific components of a CE analysis. The guide focuses on common concerns about how best to design
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Managed Care for People With Disabilities Research Inventory MEDSTAT Group February 1996 PDF Version: http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/inventry.pdf (73 PDF pages)
The Effect of Cash and Counseling on Medicaid and Medicare Costs: Findings for Adults in Three States
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The Effect of State Community Rating Regulations on Premiums and Coverage in the Individual Health Insurance Market
Some states have implemented community rating regulations to limit the extent to which premiums in the individual health insurance market can vary with a person's health status. Community rating and guaranteed issues laws were passed with hopes of increasing access to affordable insurance for people with high-risk health conditions, but there are
Core Performance Indicators for Homeless-Serving Programs Administered by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
This report explores the feasibility of developing a core set of performance measures across four HHS programs that focus on service delivery to homeless persons. The report also explores the extent to which mainstream service-delivery programs supported by HHS, i.e., those not specifically targeted to homelessness, could generate performance meas
Implementation of Maternity Group Home Programs: Serving Pregnant and Parenting Teens in a Residential Setting
Contents Methodology and Research questions Key Findings Recommendations for Further Research
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Why Do They Stay? Job Tenure Among Certified Nursing Assistants in Nursing Homes Joshua M. Wiener, Ph.D., Marie R. Squillace, Ph.D., Wayne L. Anderson, Ph.D., and Galina Khatutsky, M.S. April 10, 2009 PDF Version: http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/2009/whystay.pdf (33 PDF pa
In-Home Supportive Services for the Elderly and Disabled: A Comparison of Client-Directed and Professional Management Models of Services Delivery--Non-Technical Summary Report
Elderly and younger persons with disabilities who require help from others to perform many of the most ordinary activities of daily living are said to require "long-term care." These services, when provided in the home or other non-institutional settings, may be termed personal assistance services, home and community-based services, or in-home sup
This research inventory was assembled in preparation for the National Conference on Managed Care for People with Disabilities. It provides information on research projects on several distinct subpopulations of people with disabilities, including: (1) people with AIDS; (2) children with special health needs; (3) people with mental illness; (4) peop
This 2007 compendium describes regulatory provisions and Medicaid policy for residential care settings in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. It updates an earlier report completed in 2004. Information was collected between February and November 2007 by reviewing state websites and regulations, and calling key state contacts to verify info