This report examines the costs of selected Dept. of Labor Welfare-to-Work (WtW) grantees as part of the HHS evaluation of the WtW program. The main objectives of the WtW cost analysis were to understand the cost structure of these programs and factors that influenced their costs. The report estimates total WtW program costs, allocation of costs ac
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March 1992 Current Population Survey Shows Health Insurance Coverage Up to 1991: Number of Medicaid Recipients Also Rises
ASPE Research Notes
INFORMATION FOR DECISION MAKERS
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March 1992 Current Population Survey Shows Health Insurance Coverage Up in 1991: Number of Medicaid Recipients Also Rises
PDF Version: http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/1993/rn04.pdf (5 PDF pages)
In September 2001, the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) awarded about $1.4 million in grants to states to study the characteristics of individuals receiving cash assistance from the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) program. The funding allows states to enter cooperative agreements with ASPE to exa
TANF "Leavers", Applicants, and Caseload Studies: Data Files: District of Columbia Public Use Data Files
File Name Size File Type File Contents Description DC CD Contents.doc* 37KB Microsoft Word Table of Contents for the District of Columbia Public Use Files Table providing file name, file size, file type, contents, and description of each file on the CD ROM. DC Notes to Researchers* 21KB Microsoft Word
Creating and implementing a data capture and querying system to improve research on data quality, characteristics, data source, and institutional characteristics.
The Office of Science and Data Policy is the departmental focal point for policy research, analysis, evaluation, and coordination of department-wide public health science policy and data policy activities and issues. The Office provides authoritative advice and analytical support to the ASPE and departmental leadership on public health science
Improving existing data infrastructure to support more timely and complete mortality data collection.
Education/Schools Health Abuse & Neglect Safety Family Community Mental Health Development Child Welfare Child Care Technical Other
A REVIEW OF FAMILY PRESERVATION AND FAMILY REUNIFICATION PROGRAMS By Westat, Inc. in association with James Bell Associates, Inc., and The Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago May 30, 1995 For the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation U.S. Department of Health and Human Services TAB
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Children with Severe Chronic Conditions on Medicaid Brian Burwell, William Crown, Ph.D., and John Drabek, Ph.D. The MEDSTAT Group November 1997 PDF Version (40 PDF pages)
In This Issue: Migrant Head Start Grantees Minority Community Health Demonstration Evaluation Design for the Turning Points Program The AHCCCS Demonstration National Center for Service Integration Series
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services The Systematic Review: An Innovative Approach to Reviewing Research David B. Larson, Lori E. Pastro, John S. Lyons and Edward Anthony Office of Family, Community and Long-Term Care Policy, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services April 14, 1992 PDF Version (10 PDF pages)
Securing the Benefits of Medical Innovation for Seniors: The Role of Prescription Drugs and Drug Coverage
This report examines the consequences to medical innovation and overall health posed by attempts to contain drug expenditures by implementing government controls.
This report analyzes the treatment and control groups in the National Long-Term Care Channeling Demonstration and concludes that the randomization procedure resulted in groups that are very similar on observable characteristics. Even for site level comparisons, where larger differences were expected because of smaller sample sizes, the number of s
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services State Long Term Care Reform: Development of Community Care Systems in Six States Final Report Diane Justice, Lynn Etheredge, John Luehrs and Brian Burwell National Governors' Association April 1988 PDF Version (167 PDF pages)
This paper discusses the policy implications of allocating long-term care benefits to the elderly on the basis of objective functional criteria, particularly functioning in the activities of daily living (ADLs). Although research has documented the link between measures of ADL performance and the need for services, developing a long-term care prog