U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Literature Review on Advance Directives Anne Wilkinson, Ph.D., Neil Wenger, M.D., M.P.H., and Lisa R. Shugarman, Ph.D. RAND Corporation June 2007 PDF Version (89 PDF pages)
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Federal Disability Data: Creating A Structure in the 1990s to Further the Goals of the ADA Michele Adler HHS Office of Family, Community and Long-Term Care Policy December 8, 1992 PDF Version
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services A Guide to Memorandum of Understanding Negotiation and Development Mary L. Johnson, M.S.W., and Linda M. Sterthous, M.P.A. Temple University, Institute on Aging, Mid-Atlantic Long Term Care Gerontology Center 1982 PDF Version: http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/1982/mouguide.pd
Many programs within the Department have goals, objectives, and target populations that appear similar. Likewise, many Department programs appear to duplicate or overlap programs in other Federal agencies. Many state, local, and private sector programs also have goals, objectives, and target populations in common with Department programs. Because
HHS Strategic Goals and Objectives - FY 2001 . Objective 3.2 - Eliminate Disparities in Health Access and Outcomes
How We Will Accomplish Our Objective We will work with state governments to reduce the disparity in health insurance coverage through improved outreach and enrollment efforts to minority groups in our Medicaid and State Children's Health Insurance Program.
HHS Strategic Goals and Objectives - FY 2001 . Objective 3.1 - Increase the Percentage of the Nation's Children and Adults Who Have Health Insurance Coverage
How We Will Accomplish Our Objective We will continue to assist states in their efforts to promote and publicize the opportunity for eligible children and adults to enroll in Medicaid. Our strategy includes asking states to review their computer systems and eligibility processes to ensure that all families that are eligible for Medicaid bene
HHS Strategic Goals and Objectives - FY 2001 . Objective 2.6 - Increase Independence and Quality of Life of Persons with Long-Term-Care Needs
How We Will Accomplish Our Objective We will promote policies that empower individuals needing long-term-care services to be involved in the planning and directing of their services.
HHS Strategic Goals and Objectives - FY 2001 . Objective 2.1 - Improve the Economic Independence of Low Income Families, Including Those Receiving Welfare
How We Will Accomplish Our Objective We will provide technical assistance to promote the adoption of best practices and innovative strategies by states in their welfare to work programs. Our strategy will include:
The record-keeping policies and practices of private-sector employers are best understood by viewing them in the context of the employee-employer relationship. The legal framework of that relationship is contractual. That is, in theory, the employer and employee make a contract on mutually agreed terms, with termination equally available to both p
Standards for Privacy of Individually Identifiable Health Information. Final Privacy Rule Preamble.. Enforcement
The Secretary has decided to delegate her responsibility under this regulation to the Department's Office for Civil Rights (OCR). OCR will be responsible for enforcement of this regulation.
Regulatory Review of Adult Day Services: Final Report SECTION 2. STATE REGULATORY PROFILES
This paper describes a practical step-by-step approach to negotiating memoranda of understanding. Although they were written for Channeling agencies, the techniques as described would be useful for any social service agency interested in developing formalized interagency agreements. The document includes model agreements. [26 PDF pages]
Poor Finances: Assets and Low-Income Households Asset Building over the Life Course Final Report By: Mark R. Rank Center for Social Development Washington University in Saint Louis November 2008
Gary Smith, Janet O'Keeffe, Letty Carpenter, Pamela Doty, Gavin Kennedy, Brian Burwell, Robert Mollica and Loretta Williams George Washington University, Center for Health Policy Research
A Compendium of HHS Technical Assistance Activities Related to the Administration's Community-Integration Initiative
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services A Compendium of HHS Technical Assistance Activities Related to the Administrations Community- Integration Initiative The New Freedom Initiative Workgroup March 21, 2002 (Revised May 6, 2002) PDF Version: http://aspe.hhs.gov/daltcp/reports/2002/Citarpt.pdf (90 PDF pages)
Assessing the Need for a National Disability Survey: Final Report. Appendix A. Federal and State Agency Feedback on Disability Data Needs and Limitations
A. Questions for Federal and State Disability Policy Stakeholders Current and Past Disability Data Needs and Uses What are the disability-related policy/program/research questions that are important to your agency? Does your agency have specific legislative, regulatory, or other needs for disability data? If so, what are they?
This is the final report of a project that assesses the need for developing and fielding another national disability survey data collection effort. It presents the findings from three principal project activities designed to assess whether existing data are sufficient to answer key disability-related research questions identified by the staffs of
Ahituv, Avner, and Robert I. Lerman. 2007. “How Do Marital Status, Work Effort, and Wage Rates Interact?” Demography 44(3): 623–47.