Performance Improvement 2003: Evaluation Activities of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is the ninth annual report to Congress summarizing prior fiscal year evaluation efforts. The purpose of this report is to provide Congress with outcome-oriented evaluation findings for the Department’s programs, policies, and strategies. The re
This report, Performance Improvement 2013-2014, the 18th in this series, summarizes the key findings from studies completed during the two fiscal-year period ending September 30, 2013.
Contract No.: 100-03-0017 (HHSP2332008000002T) MPR Reference No.: 6547-400. Debra Lipson Margaret Colby Tim Lake Su Liu Sarah Turchin Submitted to: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services Asst. Secretary for Planning and Evaluation Hubert H. Humphrey Bldg. 200 Independence Ave., SW Washington, DC 20201
This is the PDF version of the meeting presentation given by Brenda Spillman and Timothy Waidman for the ASPE July 2015 Long-Term Care Financing Colloquium meeting and webinar.
By : Kenneth Finegold Abstract
Background. Many small populations have distinctive health and health care needs but have been difficult to study in survey research. Objective. This report is part of a project funded by the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation to explore the feasibility of using electronic health record (EHR) and other electronic health data for resea
Prepared by Staff of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Annual Report to Congress October 1998 U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Contributors to this report include Gil Crouse, Sarah Douglas, Susan Hauan, Julia Isaacs, and Kendall Swenson of the Office of Human Services Policy under the direction of Don Winstead, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Human Services Policy, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluat
The Welfare Indicators Act of 1994 requires the Secretary of Health and Human Services to prepare an annual report to Congress on indicators welfare dependence. The Indicators of Welfare Dependence report is prepared within the Office of Human Services Policy and delivered to Congress each spring. As mandated under the Congressional act, the repor
This literature review summarizes current research on the interaction between TANF and child support, including the child support receipt by current and former TANF recipients, the effect of child support receipt on TANF exit and reentry, and reductions in poverty associated with child support receipt. It also reviews the limited research on how s
Contents Key Questions and Findings Policy Relevance Future Research Endnote
In recent years, policymakers and program administrators have increasingly focused on the role of noncustodial parents (NCPs) in the lives of low-income families. One example is S upport H as A R ewarding E ffect (SHARE) , an initiative operated with Welfare-to-Work (WtW) grant support in three counties in the state of Washington.
Understanding the AFDC/TANF Child-Only Caseload: Policies, Composition, and Characteristics in Three States
Contents TANF Policies Summary of Key Findings Nationally, Over Time Child-Only Policy and Practices in Three States Child-Only Caseload in Three Counties Implications for Future Research
Contents Research Questions Data Sources Study Limitations Characteristics of the Study States K ey Findings Potential Next Steps
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Information Exchange in Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Case Study Findings: Final Report Executive Summary
Contents Data for Analysis Incidence of Unemployment UI Application UI Eligibility Receipt of UI Benefits Relationship between UI receipt and return to TANF Contrasting TANF and UI as Income Support Trends in UI and TANF Caseloads Conclusions and Future Research
Contents Who Owes the Arrears? State Variation in Arrears How Collectible are the Arrears? Why have Arrears Grown So Rapidly? Actions taken by Study States to Manage Arrears