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Evaluation of the Minnesota Preferred Integrated Network - Final Report

This report presents the results of an evaluation of the Preferred Integrated Network (PIN) program, an integrated care delivery program for people with serious mental illness in Minnesota’s Dakota County. The program is a public-private partnership between Medica, a managed care organization, and Dakota County. In addition to an expanded benefit set that includes mental health services, program enrollees also receive a Wellness Navigator—a designated case manager and single point of access … Read More

Date: 07/2015

Author(s): HSRI & Desert Vista Consulting

The Riot! - Issue 35

A special edition focused on the new HCBS rules from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services … Read More

Date: 05/2015

Author(s): The Riot! Staff

NCI At-A-Glance Report 2012-2013

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Date: 11/2014

Author(s): NASDDDS & HSRI

Peer Respite Toolkit

The Toolkit for Evaluating Peer Respites is written for evaluators, government officials, and peer?to?peer program staff and managers. It can be used to document program operations and outcomes and to build evidence for the efficacy of peer respites. This resource includes recommendations on best practices in evaluation and data monitoring based on techniques used by other peer respites. It encompasses a range of strategies for collecting and reporting data. In this context,data … Read More

Date: 11/2014

Author(s): Bevin Croft  and Laysha Ostrow 

Peer Respite Characteristics

The purpose of this report is to share information on current characteristics of existing peer respites to inform program development in other states and localities, and provide information for other interested stakeholders. … Read More

Date: 11/2014

Author(s): Bevin Croft and Laysha Ostrow

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