This is the PDF version of the meeting presentation given by Laura Gitlin and Rohini Khillan for the October 2018 meeting of the Advisory Council on Alzheimer's Research, Care, and Services.
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This is the PDF version of the meeting presentation given by Richard Hodes from the National Institute on Aging for the October 2018 meeting of the Advisory Council on Alzheimer's Research, Care, and Services.
Among employed adults, major depression is a leading cause of work absences (absenteeism) and impaired work performance (presenteeism) as well as short-term and long-term work disability. Depression is one of the largest and fastest growing categories of work disability claims filings in the public and private disability insurance sectors. Despite
Choices Matter: Housing Models that May Promote Recovery for Individuals and Families Facing Opioid Use Disorder
Susan G. Pfefferle, Samantha S. Karon and Brandy Wyant Abt Associates Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (4 PDF pages) ABSTRACT ASPE recently completed a research project, conducted by Abt Associates, that explored homelessness and opioid use disorder, along with the evidence base for different models for care. This brief is highlig
Advisory Council April 2019 Meeting Announcement Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (1 PDF pages)
Aligning Federal Performance Indicators Across Programs Promoting Self-Sufficiency: Key Considerations For Policymakers
This brief summarizes the current set of federal performance indicators and provides key policy considerations for policymakers and administrators within federal and state agencies who are interested in building a framework for coordinated performance measurement.
Despite advances in the development of evidence-based treatment for adults with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the implementation of these treatments varies widely. To reduce this gap through wider dissemination of effective behavioral health treatment, the U.S.
This Performance Improvement 2007 report provides a brief summary of each of the evaluations completed by the Health and Human Services (HHS) during Fiscal Year 2006 (October 1, 2005 to September 30, 2006). All Performance Improvement reports, the full database of summaries or abstracts of the more than 8,000 current, ongoing, and past studies, an
Choice Matters: Housing Models that May Promote Recovery for Individuals and Families Facing Opioid Use Disorder
Susan G. Pfefferle, Samantha S. Karon, and Brandy Wyant Abt Associates Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (44 PDF pages)
Richard W. Johnson Urban Institute Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (14 PDF pages)
Melissa Azur, Daniel Friend, Dmitriy Poznyak, Kathleen Feeney, Danielle Chelminsky, Breanna Miller, Lareina La Flair, and Junqing Liu Mathematica Policy Research Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (120 PDF pages)
Strengthening the Data Infrastructure for Outcomes Research on Mortality Associated with Opioid Poisonings
Modernizing the Infrastructure for Capturing Drug Death Data and Enhancing Research on Opioid Poisoning Using Death Certificates
Brandy E. Wyant, Samantha S. Karon, and Susan G. Pfefferle Abt Associates Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (37 PDF pages)
Advisory Council on Alzheimer's Research, Care, and Services Meetings
ASPE Research Brief: Patterns of Treatment/Therapeutic Foster Care and Congregate Care Placements in Three States
This is a shorter, summary version of ASPE’s full analytical report with a similar title, examining the characteristics and care trajectories of children in Illinois, New York, and Tennessee who receive Treatment Foster Care services compared with those receiving congregate care, traditional, non-kinship foster care, and kinship foster care. TFC
This report examines the role of long-term services and supports (LTSS) in Medicaid. It also examines how sociodemographic changes are likely to affect the demand for LTSS in the future, and as a result, Medicaid use and expenditures. The report shows: the demand for LTSS is likely to increase dramatically; LTSS is a major part of the Medicaid pro
The Protecting Our Infants Act of 2015 (POIA) became law on November 25, 2015. The Act (Public Law 114-91) addressed problems related to prenatal opioid exposure called for HHS to review planning and coordination of HHS activities related to prenatal opioid exposure and neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS), and to study and develop recommendations f