Environmental Scan of Measures for Medicaid Title XIX Home and Community-Based Services
Appendix I: Online and Journal Resources (continued)
Complete List of Articles and Reports Reviewed
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Folkemer D, Coleman B. Home care quality: emerging state strategies to deliver person-centered services. Washington, DC: AARP Public Policy Institute; 2006. http://assets.aarp.org/rgcenter/il/2006_07_hcc.pdf.
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Gardner JF, Nudler S, Chapman MS. Personal outcomes as measures of quality. Ment Retard 1997 Aug;35(4):295-305.
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Hébert R, Guilbault J, Desrosiers J, et al. The Functional Autonomy Measurement System (SMAF): a clinical-based instrument for measuring disabilities and handicaps in older people. J Can Geriatr Soc 2001 Sep(4):141-7.
Hekkink CF. QUOTE-HIV: an instrument for assessing quality of HIV care from the patients' perspective. Qual Saf Health Care 2003 Jun;12(3):188-93.
Hedrick SC, Sales AE, Sullivan JH, et al. Resident outcomes of Medicaid-funded community residential care. Gerontologist 2003 Aug;43(4):473-82.
Hermann RC, Chan JA, Provost SE, et al. Statistical benchmarks for process measures of quality of care for mental and substance use disorders. Psychiatr Serv 2006 Oct;57(10):1461-7.
Hermann RC, Palmer H, Leff S, et al. Achieving consensus across diverse stakeholders on quality measures for mental healthcare. Med Care 2004 Dec;42(12):1246-53.
Hirdes JP, Fries BE, Morris JN, et al. Home Care Quality Indicators (HCQIs) based on the MDS-HC. Gerontologist 2004 Oct;44 (5):665-79.
Holstein BE, Avlund K, Due P, et al. The measurement of change in functional ability: dealing with attrition and the floor/ceiling effect. Arch Gerontol Geriatr 2006 Nov-Dec;43(3):337-50.
Howe R, Greenberg L. Performance measurement for case management: principles and objectives for developing standard measures. Case Manager 2005 Sep-Oct;16(5):52-56.
Jette AM, Haley SM, Ni P. Comparison of functional status tools used in post-acute care. Health Care Financ Rev 2003 Spring;24(3):13-24.
Kahn KL, Malin JL, Adams J, et al. Developing a reliable, valid, and feasible plan for quality-of-care measurement for cancer: how should we measure? Med Care 2002 Jun;40(6 Suppl):III73-85.
Kane RL, Homyak P, Bershadsky B, et al. Outcomes of managed care of dually eligible older persons. Gerontologist 2003 Apr;43(2):165-74.
Keepnews D. Using patient satisfaction data to improve home healthcare. J Healthc Qual 2004 May-Jun;26(3):4-9.
Kitchener M, Ng T, Miller N, et al. Institutional and community-based long-term care: a comparative estimate of public costs. J Health Soc Policy 2006;22(2):31-50.
Lake T, Kvam C, Gold M. Literature review: using quality information for health care decisions and quality improvement. Final Report. (Submitted by Mathematica Policy Research, under Contract No. 233-02-0086). Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; May 6, 2005.
Lalonde B. The General Symptom Distress Scale: a home care outcome measure. QRB Qual Rev Bull 1987 Jul;13(7):243-50.
Lehman AF. Measures of quality of life among persons with severe and persistent mental disorders. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol 1996 Mar;31(2):78-88.
Leonard KJ, Wilson D, Malott O. Measures of quality in long-term care facilities. Leadership Health Serv 2001;14 (2):1-8.
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Mangione-Smith R, McGlynn EA. Assessing the quality of healthcare provided to children. Health Serv Res 1998 Oct;33(4 Pt 2):1059-90.
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McGlynn EA. Selecting common measures of quality and systems performance. Med Care 2003 Jan;41(1 Suppl):I39-47.
Adding quality measures in home health. In Report to the Congress: increasing the value of Medicare. Washington, DC: MedPAC; June 2006.
The MEDSTAT Group. Indiana's quality improvement process. (Prepared under contract to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.) HCBS Quality Reports Vol. 1, No. 5, June 2003.
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Milbank Memorial Fund. Implementing the Resident Assessment Instrument: case studies of policymaking for long-term care in eight countries. Milbank Memorial Fund Electronic Reports; May 2003.
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Mor V, Morris J, Lipsitz L, et al. The Q-Metrics system for long-term care outcomes management. Nutrition 1997 Mar;13(3):242-4.
Moran L, White E, Eales J, et al. Evaluating consumer satisfaction in residential continuing care settings. J Aging Soc Policy 2002;14(2):85-109.
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Quality assurance in home and community-based services waiver programs: a guide for States. Washington, DC: National Association of State Medicaid Directors; 2001.
The Council on Quality and Leadership in Supports for People With Disabilities personal outcomes chartbook. National Center on Outcomes Research; June 1999.
National Quality Forum compendium 2000-2005. Washington, DC: NQF; 2006.
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Office of Inspector General. States' requirements for Medicaid-funded personal care service attendants. Publication No. OEI-07-05-00250. Washington, DC: Department of Health and Human Services; 2006. Available at: http://oig.hhs.gov/oei/reports/oei-07-05-00250.pdf.
Office of Mental Retardation. Report of independent monitoring for quality in the Pennsylvania Mental Retardation System: 2002. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare; 2002.
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Ottenbacher KJ, Msall ME, Lyon N, et al. The WeeFIM instrument: its utility in detecting change in children with developmental disabilities. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2000 Oct;81(10):1317-26.
Palmer L, Lance K, Tobias C, et al. Integrated Care Program: recommended performance measures. Hamilton, NJ: Center for Health Care Strategies; 2006.
Palmer RH. Using clinical performance measures to drive quality improvement. Total Qual Manage 1997;8(5):305-11.
Peruselli C, Marinari M, Brivio B, et al. Evaluating a home palliative care service: development of indicators for a continuous quality improvement program. J Palliat Care 1997 Autumn;13(3):34-42.
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- Assisted living.
- Client functioning.
- Client satisfaction.
- Day programs.
- Group home.
- Mental health/mental illness.
- Partial hospitalization.
- Performance indicators.
- Performance measures.
- Performance outcomes.
- Program performance.
- Psychosocial rehabilitation.
- Quality improvement.
- Quality of life.
- Residential care.
- Unmet need.
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