3 edition of Demonstrating community-based long term care in the United States found in the catalog.
This paper was prepared for a workshop on Recent Trends in Evaluative Research in Social Work and the Social Services ... at Hawkwood College, Stroud, Gloucestershire, Great Britain May 20-22, 1980.Bibliography: leaves 46-47.
|Statement||Community Service Society|
|Publishers||Community Service Society|
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|Pagination||xvi, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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Need for Assistance or Dependence in One of Five Clusters 7:• The evidence suggests that disparities in education are apparent early in the life course, which reflects broader societal inequities. At the same time, there is evidence that some staffing changes, such as increased professional nurse staffing, might in some cases produce cost savings. Communities Each setting provides opportunities to reach people using existing social structures. 5 What Level of Functional Impairment Should Trigger Eligibility for Services A major goal in the implementation of a national long-term care benefit program will be to assure uniformity in the eligibility determination process.
Since the mid-20th century, road design and transportation planning have centered on the automobile, with multiple and interconnected consequences for health and equity. Administrative Data Administrative records on the functionally disabled elderly are available through the independent Social Security Administration SSA and the Health Care Financing Administration HCFAwhich is a component of the U.physicians, nurses, medical assistants, dentists, pharmacists, social workers, psychologists education experience, as well as making it a requirement for licensure for providersmay have the potential to link quality and safety.
NOTES: The mechanisms by which the social determinants of health operate differ with respect to the level. Infectious diseases—including HIV, tuberculosis, and heart disease—have all been linked to shorter life expectancies among homeless people. 2 per 100,000 is not appreciably different than the number in 1967 130. Only eight of the 28 plans reviewed rely upon functional criteria for determining eligibility.
Finally, provides a discussion of some of the policy implications of rationing long-term care services based on functional eligibility criteria.
American Journal on Mental Retardation, 100 117-35. Health care systems can center equity by involving the community in decision making, allocating resources to act on the determinants of health in mind, and increasing community-based spending.
Education and community-based programs in rural areas: A literature review. Population provides baseline data for the elderly as well as other population subgroups. CONCLUSION Over the past decade, there has been significant growth in LTC data bases.
Within general statutory limits, each state can determine what services to provide, who is eligible for these services, and how funds are distributed among state agencies.
limiting the benefit to persons who had met the out-of-pocket limit for Part B or prescription drug costs and expected costs.
The dramatic savings seen in Arizona certainly may not be realized in states with more mature Medicaid programs, but an least the incentives for inefficiency built into traditional fee-for-service home care arrangements would be replaced by a system with fewer perverse incentives.