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Mental Health Consequences of COVID-19: The Role of Social Determinants of Health Research Brief

April 8, 2021
Mir M. Ali, Ph.D., Health Economist Office of Behavioral Health, Disability, and Aging Policy Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation April 6, 2021 Link to Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (11 PDF pages)
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Health Conditions Among Individuals with a History of Homelessness Research Brief

February 28, 2021
Health Conditions Among Individuals with a History of Homelessness ASPE RESEARCH BRIEF Harper Sutherland, Mir M. Ali, and Emily Rosenoff U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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Long-Term Services and Supports for Older Americans: Risks and Financing, 2020 Research Brief

January 31, 2021
Long-Term Care Services and Supports for Older Americans: Risks and Financing, 2020 ASPE RESEARCH BRIEF Melissa Favreault Urban Institute Judith Dey
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The Risk and Costs of Severe Cognitive Impairment at Older Ages: Key Findings from our Literature Review and Projection Analyses Research Brief

January 31, 2021
The Risk and Costs of Severe Cognitive Impairment at Older Ages: Key Findings from our Literature Review and Projection Analyses
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Advance Care Planning Among Medicare Fee-For-Service Beneficiaries and Practitioners: Research Brief

September 30, 2020
Advance Care Planning Among Medicare Fee-For-Service Beneficiaries and Practitioners: Research Brief Fang He, PhD; Angela Gasdaska, BS; Hannah Friedman, BA; Brendan Wedehase, BS; Alexis Kirk, PhD; Ila Broyles, PhD; Sarita L.
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ASPE Research Brief: Patterns of Treatment/Therapeutic Foster Care and Congregate Care Placements in Three States

July 11, 2019
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.
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Assessing the Out-of-Pocket Affordability of Long-Term Services and Supports Research Brief

May 14, 2019
This Research Brief summarizes recent research on older adults' LTSS risks and financial resources that the Urban Institute completed for ASPE. Except where noted, the studies used data from the Health and Retirement Study, a large, nationally representative survey that has been tracking older Americans since 1992.
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The Child Support Performance and Incentive Act at 20: Examining Trends in State Performance

January 1, 2019
Despite broad agreement that the child support program has performed well since the passage of the Child Support Performance and Incentive Act (CSPIA) in 1998, questions remain over whether the current measures will continue to drive better performance on outcomes that reflect the child support program’s core mission.
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¡Cuídate!: Impact Findings from the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Replication Study (Research Brief)

November 4, 2018
This research brief highlights findings from the evaluation of ¡Cuídate!, an HIV/AIDS prevention program that uses an approach culturally tailored to Latino youth. The study examined data from three different replications of ¡Cuídate!, pooling the data to examine the overall program impact.
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Effects of the CCDF Subsidy Program on the Employment Outcomes of Low-Income Mothers

December 20, 2016
This study used a rigorous difference-in-differences approach to examine the effect of child care policy on women's labor force participation.