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NEAIC Evaluation Overview (presented by Heather Nelson)

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Presentation on the planned evaluation of the health outcomes, utilization and adherence to best practices for the NEAIC project. (Presented by Heather Nelson, PhD at the annual meeting of the New England Asthma Innovations Collaborative, June 13, 2013, Shrewsbury, MA)

Presentation on the planned evaluation of the health outcomes, utilization and adherence to best practices for the NEAIC project. (Presented by Heather Nelson, PhD at the annual meeting of the New England Asthma Innovations Collaborative, June 13, 2013, Shrewsbury, MA)

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NEAIC Evaluation Overview (presented by Heather Nelson)

  1. 1. Evaluation Overview CMS Three-part Aim NEAIC Aims 1. Improve quality of care 2. Improve health outcomes 3. Decrease cost 1. Improve quality of care for children with poorly controlled asthma 2. Improve health & quality of life for children with poorly controlled asthma and their families 3. Lower utilization costs for children with poorly controlled asthma June 13, 2013 | NEAIC Annual Meeting
  2. 2. Evaluation Overview Data • Home visit / follow-up phone call data 1. Caregiver self-report – 1st & last home visit, 6, 12 mos. 2. Environmental observations – 1st & last home visit  Collected/observed by CHWs  Standardized assessments • Focus group data – year 2 • Claims data – June 2014 and December 2015 June 13, 2013 | NEAIC Annual Meeting
  3. 3. Evaluation Overview Aim 1 – Improve quality of care for children with poorly controlled asthma • Caregiver satisfaction • Knowledge & use of asthma action plans • Received flu shot June 13, 2013 | NEAIC Annual Meeting
  4. 4. Evaluation Overview Aim 2 – Improve health and quality of life for children with poorly controlled asthma & their families • Asthma control • Pediatric Asthma Caregiver’s Quality of Life Questionnaire • Missed school and work December 4, 2013 | Long Title of the Presentation and/or Meeting: Lorem ipsum dolore de sit
  5. 5. Evaluation Overview Aim 3 – Lower utilization costs for children with poorly controlled asthma • Health care utilization • Health care utilization costs June 13, 2013 | NEAIC Annual Meeting
  6. 6. Evaluation Overview CMS Self-Monitoring • • • • • • • Quarterly reporting Process measures Enrollment numbers Asthma control Quality of care measures Health care utilization Environmental composite scores June 13, 2013 | NEAIC Annual Meeting

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  • Intro:Health Resources in Action (HRiA) proposes to lead the Statewide Technical Assistance Support Services for Prevention Programs (STASSPP) to address the needs of:BSAS-funded and other substance abuse prevention coalitions, including the 31 Underage Drinking and 15 MassCALL2 coalitions,;nongeographic populations (including Native Americans, Military families and LGBTQ communities); municipalities; and Boards of Health.provide training and technical assistance (T/TA) to MA communities in applying the strategic prevention framework (SPF) to select and implement evidence-based strategies to prevent use and related consequences of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.HRiA will: respond to coalition needs; proactively provide T/TA on SPF, CC and sustainability; engage diverse community sectors and subpopulations including youth, Native Americans, military families and LGBTQ; facilitate collaboration, coaching and resource sharing; and use communication technologies for outreach, community buy-in, and dissemination.A STASSPP Action Institute will be created with 4 components: SPF, Implementation/Sustainability, Mentoring, and Youth, supported by a state-of-the-art website with e-modules, webinars, resources, blogs, etc., to bolster inter-coalition work within tiered Learning Communities along with ongoing individual RPC support. STASSPP will host a Statewide Action Institute Kick-off, quarterly regional meetings, and annual end-of-year Best Practices Action Institutes. HRiA’s STASSPP team collectively possesses: profound understanding of the SPF; proven T/TA track record; clearly aligned resources and expertise; firm community, regional and statewide relationships; and ability to implement STASSPP immediately.

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