ASPE ISSUE BRIEF Child Care Eligibility and Enrollment Estimates for Fiscal Year 2005 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation By: ASPE Staff June 2008
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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
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Long-Term Care in International Perspective Pamela Doty Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, US Department of Health and Human Services 1988 PDF Version
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Consumer Directed Care and Nurse Practice Acts Susan C. Reinhard, RN, PhD Center for State Health Policy, Rutgers University June 2001 PDF Version: http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/2001/nursprac.pdf (38 PDF pages)
TITLE: CAHPS® ACRONYM: CAHPS AGENCY/PROGRAM: Center for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
TITLE: National Longitudinal Mortality Study-National Death Index Record Linkage ACRONYM: NLMS AGENCY/PROGRAM: National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health.
Evaluation Design of the Business Case of Health Information Technology in Long-Term Care: Final Report
The purpose of this project was to help design a study to assess the business case for health information technology in post-acute care (PAC) and long-term care (LTC) settings. This effort is to inform providers, payors, policymakers and others regarding the costs and benefits (financial and non-financial) of health information technology in the
Skip Navigation IN THIS ISSUE: Evaluation of the Research Centers in Minority Institutions Program: Final Report 2000 Evaluation of Head Start Family Child Care Demonstration: Final Report
This report identifies gaps in AI/AN/NA data on health and well-being, strategies for improving AI/AN/NA data availability and quality, and some current initiatives underway within HHS and other federal agencies that are intended to improve these data.
Regular physical activity, fitness, and exercise are critically important for the health and well being of people of all ages. Research has demonstrated that virtually all individuals can benefit from regular physical activity, whether they participate in vigorous exercise or some type of moderate health-enhancing physical activity. Even among fra
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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
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 Graying of Medicares Disabled Population: Implication for a Medicare Drug Benefit Dennis SheaPenn State University Becky Briesacher, Bruce Stuart and Jalpa DoshiUniversity of Maryland, Peter Lamy Center March 28, 2002 PDF Version: http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/2002/graying.pdf (
This is the second in a series of four reports that summarize study findings and methods. This report presents descriptive findings on the characteristics of board and care facilities, operators, staff, and residents. Section 2 briefly describes the study design and sampling and analytic methodology; more detailed discussion is presented in the Te