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Taxonomy of Health Information Technology Functions in Nursing Homes - Report B: Review by Representatives from Nursing Homes and Vendors
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Taxonomy of Health Information Technology in Nursing Homes -- Report B: Review by Representatives from Nursing Homes and Vendors University of Colorado, DenverHealth Sciences Center August 6, 2007 PDF Version (35 PDF pages)
Taxonomy of Health Information Technology Functions in Home Health Agencies - Report C: Review by Representatives from Home Health Agencies and Vendors
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Taxonomy of Health Information Technology in Home Health Agencies -- Report C: Review by Representatives from Home Health Agencies and Vendors University of Colorado, DenverHealth Sciences Center August 6, 2007 PDF Version (34 PDF pages)
The goals of the study are to: define the issues related to providing care to children with AIDS; place parameters around the size and scope of the problem; and attempt to clarify some of the perceptions and approaches relevant to the problem. This project focuses on children with AIDS whose parents are, or have had sexual contact with, IV drug ab
The purpose of this paper is to conduct a study to enhance understanding of the current processes, issues and opportunities involved in the electronic exchange of laboratory information in ambulatory care settings, with a focus on safety-net clinics and federally qualified health centers.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Invitational Conference on Home Care Quality: Issues and AccountabilityVolume I: Summary of Proceedings 1989 PDF Version: http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/1989/88cfproc.pdf (88 PDF pages)
This report to Congress responds to a mandate of the Orphan Drug Act (P.L.97-414, January 4, 1983), which called for the Secretary of HHS to conduct demonstration projects to test methods for identifying individuals at risk of institutional placement who could be treated more cost-effectively with home health and other non-institutional services.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services The Impact of Private Long-Term Care Insurance Benefits on Selected Medicare Services Jessica Miller, M.S., Boryana Dimitrova, M.A. and Marc Cohen, Ph.D. LifePlans, Inc. March 12, 2002 PDF Version: http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/2002/privimp.pdf (33 PDF pages)
The long-term care component of the Health Security Act encompasses six key elements: (1) a new home and community-based services program; (2) improvements in long-term care coverage under Medicaid; (3) private long-term care insurance standards and tax incentives; (4) tax incentives that help individuals with disabilities to work; (5) a demonstra
The Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation in collaboration with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services contracted with RAND to conduct an environmental scan of hospital outpatient performance measurement for visits, services, and procedures paid under the Medicare Outpatient Prospective Payment System.
TITLE: CAHPS® ACRONYM: CAHPS AGENCY/PROGRAM: Center for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Contents Policy Context Socioeconomic Circumstances of Tribes WtW Program Framework and Implementation Program Services Lessons Learned and Useful Strategies for the Future
The Planning and Implementation of Channeling: Early Experiences of the National Long Term Care Demonstration
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Federal Authority for Medicare Special Needs Plans and their Relationship to State Medicaid Programs
This Brief reviews the history and current status of federal special needs plans (SNPs) authority, with particular attention to provisions of interest to state Medicaid programs that have or are considering entering into contracts with SNPs to integrate or coordinate Medicaid long-term care services with Medicare primary, acute and prescription dr
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Important Questions for Hospice in the Next Century Barbara Gage, Ph.D., Susan C. Miller, Ph.D., MBA, Kristen Coppola, Ph.D., Jennie Harvell, M.Ed., Linda Laliberte, JD, MS, Vincent Mor, Ph.D., and Joan Teno, M.D., MS March 2000 PDF Version: http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/impques.pdf (19
Standard research literature reviews are the usual means of summing up and interpreting the accumulated findings of research studies in a given research field. Review results generally serve as the best guide for further research. Review results can also provide an up-to-date description of the strengths, weaknesses, and findings in a research fie
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.
This study analyzes Connecticut nursing home data on a current resident cohort, with particular attention to how many residents began their stays as private pay, but eventually spent down to Medicaid eligibility. It also estimates how many residents were Medicaid eligible prior to admission or became eligible at admission. Using data on the amount