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Promoting Engagement on Healthcare Transparency Sites

The rising costs and complexities of healthcare insurance and services can make it challenging for people to understand issues and confidently make decisions about the coverage and care they want, need and can afford. Healthcare transparency websites can help address this, and HSRI provides some best practices for promoting consumer engagement with these tools. … Read More

Date: 06/2019

Author(s): HSRI Population Health Team

North Dakota Behavioral Health Vision 2020: 2019 Strategic Goals

HSRI is supporting the North Dakota Behavioral Health Planning Council to engage in coordinated, data-driven system transformation activities based on the recommendations from the 2018 Behavioral Health System Study. This document outlines the 2019 strategic goals selected as part of that work. … Read More

Date: 01/2019

Author(s): HSRI

North Dakota Behavioral Health Vision 20/20: Survey Results

In December 2018, we surveyed North Dakotans to understand which strategic goals they saw as having the highest priority for the behavioral health system in the state. In all, 570 people from across North Dakota took the survey. This report presents the results. … Read More

Date: 01/2019

Author(s): HSRI

Colorado IV-E Waiver Final Evaluation Report

This report presents the evaluation findings from the Colorado Department of  Human Services' five-year Title IV-E Waiver child welfare demonstration project, which began in 2013. With its Waiver funds, the Colorado Department of Human Services implemented five primary interventions: facilitated family engagement meetings, kinship supports, Permanency Roundtables, trauma-informed screening and assessment, and trauma-focused treatment. Overall, Colorado’s Title IV-E Waiver benefited child welfare-involved children and youth and their families and kinship caregivers. … Read More

Date: 12/2018

Author(s): HSRI, Colorado State University Social Work Research Center, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago

Environmental Scan: Psychiatric Crisis Redesign in Milwaukee County

HSRI and its partner the Wisconsin Policy Forum were asked to facilitate a project aimed at redesigning the psychiatric crisis service system in Milwaukee County. The project stemmed from the impending outsourcing of Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division (BHD) inpatient services and the anticipated closure of the county’s Mental Health Complex, including BHD’s psychiatric emergency department. It was steered by an Advisory Committee comprised of public and private sector … Read More

Date: 12/2018

Author(s): HSRI

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