ADVISORY COUNCIL ON ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH, CARE, AND SERVICES Friday, July 30, 2018 Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (5 PDF pages) AARP Update to National Alzheimer's Project Act (NAPA) Advisory Council
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ADVISORY COUNCIL ON ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH, CARE, AND SERVICES Friday, July 30, 2018 Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (5 PDF pages) LTSS Subcommittee Recommendations2018 Debra L. Cherry, Ph.D.
ADVISORY COUNCIL ON ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH, CARE, AND SERVICES Friday, July 30, 2018 Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (8 PDF pages) Clinical Care Subcommittee Recommendations2018 Gary Epstein-Lubow, MD
ADVISORY COUNCIL ON ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCH, CARE, AND SERVICES Friday, July 30, 2018 Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (11 PDF pages) Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias Research Update Richard Hodes, M.D. Director, NIA
The OS PCORTF Annual Report provides project descriptions for each of the OS-PCORTF portfolio’s 21 projects that were active in calendar year 2017.
Data Point: Savings Available Under Full Generic Substitution of Multiple Source Brand Drugs in Medicare Part D
ASPE analyzed Part D prescription drug event data from 2016 to estimate spending on brand drugs with generic therapeutic equivalents.
This Brief provides an examination of the amount of time that low-income families from 32 states received child care subsidies. These families began receiving government-funded child care subsidies during Fiscal Year 2012, prior to the reauthorization of the Child Care and Development Block Grant (CCDBG) Act. In general, families utilized chil
How many families might be newly reached by child support cooperation requirements in SNAP and subsidized child care, and what are their characteristics?
States have flexibility to require a person that receives SNAP or subsidized child care to cooperate with the child support program. This infographic introduces the child support cooperation policy variation across the states and then presents characteristic information about the custodial and noncustodial parents that may be subject to cooperat
This study examines relationships between indicators of economic opportunity and the prevalence of prescription opioids and substance use in the United States. We have three primary findings: The prevalence of drug overdose deaths and opioid prescriptions has risen unevenly across the county, with rural areas more heavily impacted. Specific g
This brief examines instability across key areas of family life for children and their households, and the characteristics of those most likely to experience instability. It explores a finding from an earlier ASPE brief that instability was pronounced among children in households where the highest level of education was “Some College,” and loo
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Substance Use, the Opioid Epidemic and the Child Welfare Caseloads: Methodological Details from a Mixed Methods Study
This brief describes the research methods used to produce the findings in Substance Use, the Opioid Epidemic, and Child Welfare Caseloads: A Mixed Methods Study . It is a part of a series of briefs that discuss different aspects and issues surrounding the relationship between substance use disorders and the child welfare system.
Public Comment Index on the National Plan for Alzheimer's Disease and the National Alzheimer's Project Act
Ellen Bouchery, Mathematica Policy Research Judith Dey, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (5 PDF pages)
Many barriers to accessing evidence-based treatment for substance use disorder (SUD), particularly medication assisted treatment, are related to the workforce. Barriers include workforce shortages for certain providers, insufficient training, education and experience, lack of institutional and clinician peer support, provider stigma and inadequate
Predictive Analytics in Child Welfare: Considerations in Contracting Vendors for Predictive Analytics
An increasing number of child welfare agencies are considering using predictive analytics in their work. Typically they do so by contracting with a vendor to develop and maintain a predictive analytics model that is used by the agency to predict risk of a specified outcome. There are significant differences between contracts for these services and