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PASSPORT evaluation : Accountability for finances, compliance, and fairness
This research is an evaluation of the mechanisms and processes in place to assure that PASSPORT funds are managed properly and procurements are undertaken in a fair and open manner.
PASSPORT cost neutrality
This report explores the costs of caring for a person age 60 and older in the community (through PASSPORT) versus caring for a person age 60 and older in a nursing home. Medicaid costs and all other public program costs ...
Providing quality home and community-based services through PASSPORT
This report is part of a larger evaluation of Ohio's PASSPORT Program. It examines issues of provider tenure, provider certification, and provider quality assurance. Data were collected in focus groups, interviews, and a ...
Changing face of long-term care : Ohio's experience 1993-2005
This report details trends in Ohio long-term care service utilization over 12 years. It also provides information about the characteristics of those in different settings such as PASSPORT, nursing homes, and residential ...
Program evaluation of PASSPORT : Ohio's home and community-based Medicaid waiver. Final report
The goal for the evaluation of the PASSPORT program was to determine whether the program is providing efficient and cost-neutral services as an alternative to facility-based long-term care, and to assess the extent to which ...
PASSPORT consumer eligibility
This report examined the PASSPORT population for nursing home level of care and Medicaid financial eligibility. In addition, factors impacting length of stay in PASSPORT and transfer to nursing home are explored.
PASSPORT Quality Assurance and Quality Management
This report addresses findings related to the quality standards of the PASSPORT program. Although all evaluation components address aspects of quality assurance and improvement, this study addressed issues regarding the ...
PASSPORT assessment and services
This report examines the PASSPORT assessment and services processes through thirty case studies: ten new assessments; ten ongoing consumers; and ten disenrolled consumers. We used a combination of observation; interviews ...