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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 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 ...
An evaluation of the Elderly Services Program
Ohio Residential Care Facility Resident Satisfaction Survey : Instrument Refinements 
This report describes psychometric testing and other evaluations of the 2007 Ohio Residential Care Resident Satisfaction Survey. Recommendations include removal of items to shorten the survey and refinement of other items.
Research Brief - The Road to Balance: Two Decades of Progress in Providing Long-Term Services and Supports for Ohio's Older Population
This research brief documents two decades of progress in delivering long-term services in Ohio. In 1992, more than nine of the 10 older people in Ohio supported by Medicaid were in nursing homes. Today, the ratio is ...
Implementation of the 2014 Ohio Nursing Home Family Satisfaction Survey
In 2014 the Scripps Gerontology Center conducted the seventh biennial Ohio Nursing Home Family Satisfaction Survey under a contract to the Ohio Department of Aging. This year the survey had 947 facilities - the same number ...
2014 Title VI Survey Results
This research record highlights the findings from a national survey of the Title VI Organizations (TO). Findings highlight TOs connection to the larger tribal infrastructure, key features and services of the TO programs, ...