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HHS Initiative to Improve Maternal Health

The Department’s Action Plan lays out a vision for improving maternal health that applies a “life course” approach organized around four goals and it sets three ambitious targets to achieve this vision. Each of the four goals includes multiple objectives and action items to drive progress. The Action Plan also describes the current state of maternal health outcomes in the U.S., challenges in reducing maternal mortality and morbidity, recent efforts to improve maternal health within and beyond the federal government, and it discusses various forums in which HHS leadership sought input from key stakeholders.

Reports

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The Effects of Case Management and Community Services on the Impaired Elderly

January 31, 1986
  U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Final Report on the Effects of Sample Attrition on Estimates of Channeling's Impacts

January 12, 1986
This report results from an investigation of the extent to which differential attrition from the research sample in the Channeling Demonstration might have led to biased estimates of program impact. Two analytical approaches were adopted--a heuristic approach and a statistical modeling approach.

The Pennhurst Longitudinal Study: Combined Report of Five Years of Research and Analysis

February 28, 1985
The Pennhurst Longitudinal Study was a five year, in-depth review of the effects of the court-ordered deinstitutionalization of Pennhurst residents. Its aim was to provide federal and state officials and others with information to make better policy decisions regarding the processes related to the deinstitutionalization which is underway in many parts of the country.

The Effects of Sample Attrition on Estimates of Channeling's Impacts for an Early Sample

June 30, 1984
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services The Effects of Sample Attrition on Estimates of Channeling’s Impacts for an Early Sample Peter A. Mossel and Randall S. Brown Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. July 1984 PDF Version

The Comparability of Treatment and Control Groups at Randomization

October 26, 1983
This report analyzes the treatment and control groups in the National Long-Term Care Channeling Demonstration and concludes that the randomization procedure resulted in groups that are very similar on observable characteristics.

Third Year Comprehensive Report of the Pennhurst Longitudinal Study

December 31, 1982
This summary is intended to restate the major research questions being addressed in the Pennhurst Longitudinal Study and provide executives, decisionmakers, and lay persons, in an extremely abbreviated form some tentative answers based on the analysis of the data collected to date.

Initial Research Design of the National Long Term Care Demonstration

October 31, 1982
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Report

A Common Thread of Service

June 30, 1972
An Historical Guide to HEW Excerpt from DHEW Publication No. (OS) 73-45 (July 1, 1972)