National Invitational Conference on Long-Term Care Data Bases: Conference Package. AGENDA

05/01/1987

THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1987

8:00-9:00 am (BALLROOM LOBBY)
Conference Registration and Coffee
9:00-9:30 am (BALLROOM)
Introductions
  • Mary F. Harahan, Director, Division of Disability, Aging and Long Term Care Policy, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
  • Welcome
  • Robert B. Helms, Ph.D., Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
  • Arnold R. Tompkins, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Social Services Policy, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
  • Steven A. Grossman, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health (Planning and Evaluation), DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • 9:30-11:30 am OVERVIEW OF LTC DATA BASES: GENERAL SESSION (BALLROOM)
    Introduction
  • Mary F. Harahan, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
  • 1982-1984 National Long Term Care Survey
  • Kenneth Manton, Ph.D., Duke University
  • National Long Term Care Channeling Demonstration
  • George Carcagno, Mathematica Policy Research
  • National Health Interview Survey 1984 Supplement on Aging
  • Gerry Hendershot, Ph.D., National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • 1985 National Nursing Home Survey
  • Evelyn Mathis, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • 11:30 am-1:00 pm LUNCH BREAK (reconvene at 1:00 pm)
    1:00-3:00 pm EXAMINATION OF LONG TERM CARE DATA BASES (Breakout Session No. 1)
    1982-1984 National Long Term Care Survey (BALLROOM)
  • Kenneth Manton, Ph.D., Duke University
  • Korbin Liu, Sc.D., Urban Institute
  • National Long Term Care Channeling Demonstration (CARLTON)
  • George Carcagno, Mathematica Policy Research
  • Peter Kemper, Ph.D., National Center for Health Services Research, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Judith Wooldridge, Mathematica Policy Research
  • Thomas Grannemann, Ph.D., Mathematica Policy Research
  • National Health Interview Survey: 1984 Supplement on Aging (BALCONY)
  • Gerry Hendershot, Ph.D., National Center for Health Statistics
  • Susan Jack, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Joseph Fitti, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • 1985 National Nursing Home Survey (BALCONY)
  • Evelyn Mathis, National Center for Health Statistics
  • Esther Hing, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Genevieve Strahan, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Edward Sekscenski, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Jennifer Madans, Ph.D., National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • William Scanlon, Ph.D., Center for Health Policy, Georgetown University
  • 3:00-3:15 pm BREAK
    3:15-5:15 pm EXAMINATION OF LONG TERM CARE DATA BASES (Breakout Session No. 2)
    1982-1984 National Long Term Care Survey (BALLROOM)
  • Kenneth Manton, Ph.D., Duke University
  • Korbin Liu, Sc.D., Urban Institute
  • National Long Term Care Channeling Demonstration (CARLTON)
  • George Carcagno, Mathematica Policy Research
  • Peter Kemper, Ph.D., National Center for Health Services Research, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Judith Wooldridge, Mathematica Policy Research
  • Thomas Grannemann, Ph.D., Mathematica Policy Research
  • National Health Interview Survey: 1984 Supplement on Aging (BALCONY)
  • Gerry Hendershot, Ph.D., National Center for Health Statistics
  • Susan Jack, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Joseph Fitti, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • 1985 National Nursing Home Survey (BALCONY)
  • Evelyn Mathis, National Center for Health Statistics
  • Esther Hing, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Genevieve Strahan, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Edward Sekscenski, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Jennifer Madans, Ph.D., National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • William Scanlon, Ph.D., Center for Health Policy, Georgetown University
  • 5:30-7:30 pm RECEPTION (BALLROOM LOBBY)
    (Co-sponsored by the American Association of Retired Persons, the American Health Care Association, the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, and the Health Insurance Association of America)
    Welcome


    FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1987

    7:45-8:00 am COFFEE (BALLROOM)
    8:00-8:30 am (BALLROOM)
    NHANES I Epidemiological Followup Study (General Session)
  • Jennifer Madans, Ph.D., National Center for Health Statistics
  • 8:30-8:50 am (BALLROOM)
    Inventory of Long Term Care Places (General Session)
  • Curt Mueller, National Center for Health Services Research, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • 8:50-9:40 am (BALLROOM)
    Overview of Survey of Income and Program Participation (General Session)
  • Daniel Kasprzyk, Population Division, U.S. Bureau of the Census
  • Robert Friedland, Ph.D., Employee Benefit Research Institute
  • 9:40-10:15 am (BALLROOM)
    Other Long Term Care Data Sources (General Session)
  • Aurora Zappolo, DHHS/Health Care Financing Administration
  • 10:15-10:30 am BREAK
    10:30 am-12:15 pm (BALLROOM)
    Long Term Care Data Base Producer Panel Applications (General Session)
  • Kenneth Manton, Ph.D., Duke University
  • Korbin Liu, Sc.D., Urban Institute
  • Judith Wooldridge, Mathematica Policy Research
  • Thomas Grannemann, Ph.D., Mathematica Policy Research
  • Joan Van Nostrand, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Evelyn Mathis, National Center for Health Statistics
  • Gerry Hendershot, Ph.D., National Center for Health Statistics
  • Moderator
  • William Scanlon, Ph.D., Center for Health Policy
  • Participants
  • Entire Audience
  • 12:15-12:30 pm (BALLROOM)
    "In the Pipeline" (General Session)
  • Joan Van Nostrand, National Center for Health Statistics
  • 12:30-12:45 pm (BALLROOM)
    Summary and Conclusion (General Session)
  • Mary F. Harahan, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
  • 12:45-2:00 pm LUNCH BREAK (Reconvene at 2:00 pm)
    2:00-3:35 pm EXAMINATION OF LONG TERM CARE DATA BASES (Breakout Session No. 3--Informal)
    1982-1984 National Long Term Care Survey (BALLROOM)
  • Kenneth Manton, Ph.D., Duke University
  • Korbin Liu, Sc.D., Urban Institute
  • National Long Term Care Channeling Demonstration (CARLTON)
  • George Carcagno, Mathematica Policy Research
  • Peter Kemper, Ph.D., National Center for Health Services Research, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Judith Wooldridge, Mathematica Policy Research
  • Thomas Grannemann, Ph.D., Mathematica Policy Research
  • National Health Interview Survey: 1984 Supplement on Aging (BALCONY)
  • Gerry Hendershot, Ph.D., National Center for Health Statistics
  • Susan Jack, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Joseph Fitti, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • 1985 National Nursing Home Survey (BALCONY)
  • Evelyn Mathis, National Center for Health Statistics
  • Esther Hing, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Genevieve Strahan, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Edward Sekscenski, National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • Jennifer Madans, Ph.D., National Center for Health Statistics, DHHS/Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health
  • William Scanlon, Ph.D., Center for Health Policy, Georgetown University