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Behavioral Health Outpatient Capacity Analysis Finds Milwaukee County Challenges Linked Both to Supply and Coordination Issues
As part of an ongoing analysis of the behavioral health care delivery system in Milwaukee County, HSRI and its partners the Technical Assistance Collaborative and the Public Policy Forum recently issued findings from an analysis of the county’s outpatient capacity. As described in a report released on October 27, our research finds that Milwaukee County is challenged by issues of fragmentation among outpatient providers, lack of communication between providers and hospital discharge specialists, a Read More
The Riot! just released a new, special-edition issue on the new rules for home and community-based services from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Home and community-based services help many people with disabilities live in their community, and the new rules are based on many of the things that self-advocates have been saying for years. In typical Riot! style, the issue helps explain the rules in plain language, shares thoughts from self-advocates Read More
Last week, NCI released a new data brief entitled "What NCI Data Reveal About Service Delivery and the Respect Given to the Rights of People With I/DD." Using data from the 2013-14 NCI Adult Consumer Survey, the brief explores whether public I/DD services are delivered in ways that respect service recipients' privacy, choices, and control. It also highlights significant differences by race and ethnicity, guardianship status, residence type, and Read More
The Program Support Center awarded HSRI an indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to conduct projects for and offer services to the Department of Health and Human Services and other federal agencies. Services that may be provided through this contract vehicle include policy assessments/analysis, program assessments, evaluations and data collection, performance measurements, technical assistance/expertise, and data analysis as well as auxiliary/support services (interpretation and translation, website support, publications, etc.).Read More
We are pleased to announce that Jami Petner-Arrey, Ph.D., will join HSRI in the position of policy associate on April 6.
Jami will work within our intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) studies team in our Tualatin, Oregon office. She’ll participate in and manage projects related to the design of support systems for people with I/DD. Popular topic areas include self-advocacy, means for supporting families, strategic planning, Read More