Performance Improvement 2002. ASPE 2001 Evaluation Review Panel Selections for Excellent Evaluations

01/01/2002

ASPE 2001 Evaluation Review Panel
Selections for Excellent Evaluations

The following six evaluations were selected (out of 19 nominated reports) by an outside review panel as “outstanding” based on rigor of evaluation methodology, importance of findings, clarity of presentation, and other criteria (see appendix C for the full set of criteria).  The abstracts of these studies are included in Chapter 1 and are highlighted as outstanding evaluations due to their overall policy significance, methodological excellence, clarity of presentation, and other features.

  • The Family Transition Program: Final Report on Florida's Initial Time-Limited Welfare Program (Administration for Children and Families)
  • Head Start Children's Entry into Public School: A Report on the National Head Start/Public School Early Childhood Transition Demonstration Study (Administration for Children and Families)
  • Early Head Start - Building their Futures: How Early Head Start Programs are Enhancing the Lives of Infants and Toddlers in Low-Income Families (Administration for Children and Families)
  • Reforming Medicaid: The Experience of Five Pioneering States with Mandatory Managed Care and Eligibility Expansions (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)
  • The Final Evaluation Report on the National Home Health Prospective Payment Demonstration (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)
  • Nurse Staffing and Patient Outcomes in Hospitals (Health Resources and Services Administration)