Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS): Examining the Evidence Base for State Policymakers - Symposium
06/11/2009 | 996 Requests *
More than 130 policymakers, health services researchers, practitioners, and policy experts discussed the measures and evidence to examine whether the expansion of home and community-based services has produced desired outcomes (quality, choice, cost, satisfaction and safety) in the long term for older adults and persons with disabilities. The day was divided into four sessions: (quality, consumer-direction, targeting candidates, determining cost-effectiveness). View the agenda and presentations.
Reinhard, Susan; Arden, Gale; Leutz, Walter; Ditto, William; Brown, Randall; Raphael, Carol; Hendrickson, Leslie; Leitch, Kathy; Kaye, H. Stephen; Grabowski, David; Arno, Peter
Creating the Analytic Framework to Understand and Evaluate; Tailored Service Initiatives within HCBS; Effectively Targeting Candidates; Is HCBS Cost-Effective
Aging Issues, Consumer/Participant Direction, Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities, Financing HCBS, Quality, State/Agency Information
Archived conference materials / Presentations
The Hilltop Institute
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