A Survey of Functional Status to Support CommunityChoice Rate Setting and Program Assessments
07/31/2006 | 225 Requests *
This report focuses on the development, conduct, and preliminary results of this survey, which was designed to examine the distribution of, and extent to which, Maryland Medicaid recipients who are older adults or adults with disabilities report the need for support for basic activities of daily living (ADL). The survey is intended as the first phase of a broader research agenda.
- Survey Report PDF (456K, 48 pages)
Stakeholder Involvement; Personal Assistant; Person Centered Planning; Medicaid; Independent Living; Dual Eligibles; Caregiving; ADL support; coordination of care; Telephone Interview Script Introduction; Sampling Frame;
Aging Issues, Consumer/Participant Direction, Long-Term Care, Physical Disabilities, Quality, State/Agency Information
The Hilltop Institute
Anthony Tucker, PhD
Center for Health Program Development and Management, UMBC
Sondheim Hall, 3rd Floor, 1000 Hilltop Circle
Baltimore, MD 21250
Permission to use any element of this document should be obtained by the above named contact person. Always name the originator as the source of this material.
* Reflects requests since January 1, 2007