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The objective of this report is to summarize the findings from the quantitative and qualitative methods used to answer the key study questions. The report provides a description of the states, agencies, and patients that participated in the study. Quantitative data are used to (1) examine the influence of patient, provider, agency, and market/regu
This report draws on in-depth interviews of young fathers and families at two Partners for Fragile Families sites to assess the effects of services received on the fragile family itself and explore the dynamics of fragile families, particularly around family formation issues, and how poor couples make strategic life course decisions. From April 20
In 1999, HHS contracted with Urban Institute to conduct the Study of Screening and Assessment in TANF/Welfare-to-Work. The second phase of the study involved case studies of a limited number of localities to further explore how these agencies and their partners responded to the issues and challenges identified during phase one. This report present
This data catalog is a compilation of existing data sources pertaining to American Indian/Alaska Native/Native American (AI/AN/NA) populations. In the first component of this project, the contractor has identified existing sources of socioeconomic and health data using national and some state-level surveys. Information on 68 data sources including
An Examination of Issues Related to How HCBS Programs Operate Within Fixed Budgets and to the Administrative Linkages Between Eligibility Determination, Needs Assessment and Care Planning Functions
This paper reports the findings of an exploratory study to document and analyze selected best practices related to state-administered home and community-based services (HCBS) programs.
Accessing Workers' Compensation Insurance for Consumer-Employed Personal Assistance Service Workers: Issues, Challenges and Promising Practices
This report focuses on workers' compensation laws and systems as they pertain to domestic service workers, and in particular, PAS workers in 50 states, the District of Columbia, five U.S.
Joel Cohen, Judith Feder, Carol Hamcke, Martha Krieger, Susan O’Loughlin, William Scanlon, Margaret Sulvetta, William Weissert, Sidney Katz, Denise Mahalak, Marilyn Moon, Joseph Papsidero, Beth Soldo and Allan Unger The Urban Institute, Health Policy Center July 29, 1983 PDF Version: http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/source.pdf (201 PDF