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Health & Health Care

ASPE produces health policy research with a focus on equity, coverage, and access. Find resources related to a broad range of topics, including the uninsured population, vaccine hesitancy, Medicaid/CHIP, Medicare, the federal marketplace (HealthCare.gov), telehealth, health care delivery, underserved areas, delivery system transformation, health outcomes, and social determinants of health.

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Factors Associated with Ending Caregiving Among Informal Caregivers to the Functionally and Cognitively Impaired Elderly Population

January 31, 1990
This study investigated factors associated with the decisions of principal informal caregivers of the activity of daily living (ADL) dependent elderly living in the community to end caregiving. Data were from the 1982 National Long-Term Care Survey (NLTCS), the 1982 Informal Caregiver Survey and 1984 NLTCS Longitudinal Follow-up.

Federal Programs for Persons with Disabilities

December 31, 1989
This report provides an overview of the major federal assistance programs targeted on non-elderly persons with disabilities. Program descriptions include expenditures, trends, the number and characteristics of recipients, eligibility rules, recent program history and legislative changes, and interactions with other federal programs.

Measuring the Activities of Daily Living: Comparisons Across National Surveys

December 31, 1989
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Characteristics of Persons with Developmental Disabilities: Evidence from the Survey of Income and Program Participation

December 31, 1989
In spite of the growth in federal programs affecting the developmentally disabled, there is little comprehensive information about this population. The Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) is one available source of information. SIPP is a nationally representative longitudinal survey of the adult civilian non-institutionalized population in the U.S.

Design for Survey of Persons with Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities: Summary of Recommendations for Survey Questions and Screening Criteria

November 28, 1989
This document contains brief summaries of recommendations for survey items to be included in the Survey of Persons with Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities. The domains covered by these recommendations are based on the core set identified in consultation with the Technical Advisory Group and HHS. [49 PDF pages]

A Report on Infants and Children with HIV Infection in Foster Care

November 13, 1989
Approximately 800 HIV-infected children nationally were in foster care placement as of June 1989. This study was designed to define the specific problems related to providing foster care to children with HIV infection.

Caregiver Burden and Institutionalization, Hospital Use, and Stability of Care: Final Report

October 31, 1989
This study assessed a variety of longitudinal models to examine the effect of different types of caregiver burden on outcomes important to policymakers: nursing home admissions, hospital use, and stability of the family and formal care networks.

Population Profile of Disability

September 30, 1989
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Measuring the Activities of Daily Living Among the Elderly: A Guide to National Surveys

September 30, 1989
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

A Pilot Study fo the Adequacy of Post-Hospital Community Care for the Elderly: Final Report

September 12, 1989
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services