Mhsa full service partnership outcomes assessment
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 27

MHSA FULL SERVICE PARTNERSHIP OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 93 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

MHSA FULL SERVICE PARTNERSHIP OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT. California Department of Mental Health Performance Outcomes & Quality Improvement http://www.dmh.ca.gov/poqi/. Revised: November 17, 2006. Training Overview. Background Context of the Initial Evaluation of Full Service Partners

Download Presentation

MHSA FULL SERVICE PARTNERSHIP OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


MHSA FULL SERVICE PARTNERSHIP OUTCOMES ASSESSMENT

California Department of Mental Health

Performance Outcomes & Quality Improvement

http://www.dmh.ca.gov/poqi/

Revised: November 17, 2006


Training Overview

Background

  • Context of the Initial Evaluation of Full Service Partners

    Full Service Partnership Outcomes Assessment

  • FSP Forms & Methodology

    County “Certification”

    DMH Staff Contact Information


Context For the Initial Evaluation of Full Service Partners


Full Service Partnership Outcomes Assessment Background

  • Current outcomes are also guided by previous legislation and reporting requirements such as Realignment, Children’s System of Care, Medi-Cal and the Federal Block Grant.

  • In addition, Recovery-based system transformational agendas such as the President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health report “Achieving the Promise: Transforming Mental Health Care in America” was also influential.


Full Service Partnership Outcomes Assessment Background

  • With its emphasis on Accountability, the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) greatly expands our need for data at multiple levels

  • In response to these increased demands, DMH convened the Performance Measurement Advisory Committee (PMAC)

  • DMH and the PMAC developed methods to measure the impact of MHSA services on individuals modeled after the successful AB2034 Program

  • What we will discuss today is the first component of a comprehensive statewide system being developed to measure outcomes at the Individual, System and Public/Community impact levels as they relate to the MHSA


PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT

Community Reaction / Evaluation / Satisfaction with regard to mental health system

Mental Health System Structure / Capacity in Community

Large-Scale Community Indicators

Mental Health Promotion, Mental Illness Prevention & Awareness

PUBLIC / COMMUNITY- IMPACT LEVEL

(Evaluation of Global Impacts and Community-Focused Strategies)

MENTAL HEALTH SYSTEM ACCOUNTABILITY LEVEL

(Evaluation ofCommunity Integrated Services and Supports – Program/System-Based Measurement)

Monitoring / Quality Assurance / Oversight

(multi-stakeholder process)

Staff / Provider Evaluation / Satisfaction with regard to mental health system

Client / Family Satisfaction / Evaluation of Services and Supports

INDIVIDUAL CLIENT LEVEL

(Evaluation of Community Integrated Services and Supports – Individual Client Tracking)

Individual Client Outcomes Tracking

Client and Services Tracking

Levels are not intended to be hierarchical. Each level is important for a comprehensive approach to performance measurement.


MHSA Full Service PartnershipForms & Methodology


Child / Youth

Ages 0-15

Transition Age Youth

Ages 16-25

Separate forms developed for each of the four age groupings

Adults

Ages 26-59

Older Adults

Ages 60+


MHSA FULL SERVICE PARTNERSHIP FORMS

Designed to gather:

History/Baseline data:

Partnership Assessment Form (PAF) –Completed ONCE, when partnership is established

Follow-Up data:

Key Event Tracking Form (KET) –Completed when change occurs in key areas

Quarterly Assessment (3M) –Completed every 3 months


PARTNERSHIP ASSESSMENT FORMCollects baseline and historical data about:

  • Residential History(includes hospitalization & incarceration):Where the partner is sleeping now, where he/she was sleeping last night and where he/she has been living for the past 12 months

  • Education: Highest level of education, current and past school attendance and grades, current and past participation in other types of educational settings

  • Employment: Current and past participation in various employment settings, average hourly wages and average hours worked per week now and over the past 12 months

  • Sources of Financial Support: Current and historical source of financial support

  • Legal Issues/Designations: Current and historical involvement with the legal and criminal justice system, foster care status, custody status of children

  • Emergency Intervention: Number of physical health-related and mental-health/substance abuse-related emergency interventions over the past 12 months

  • Health Status: Whether the partner has or had access to a primary care physician over the past 12 months

  • Substance Abuse: Whether the partner has a co-occurring mental health/substance use problem and whether they are receiving treatment for their substance use issues.

  • ADL/IADL - Older Adults Only: Gathers information about current functional ability in certain key areas.


KEY EVENT TRACKING FORMCompleted when there are changes in any of the following key areas:

Administrative Information:Such as changes in partnership status (discontinuations or interruptions) or changes in FSP or other program participation

Residential (includes hospitalization and incarceration):Such as whenever a partner moves from a residential setting or moves from one physical location to another

Education:Such as when a partner completes a grade, is suspended or expelled or when he/she enrolls or stops attending other types of educational settings

Employment:Such as changes in hours, hourly wages, or type of employment settings

Legal Issues/Designations:Such as when a partner is arrested, removed or placed on probation or parole, or placed or removed from conservatorship or payee status

Emergency Interventions:Whenever a partner received any type of physical or mental health/substance abuse related emergency intervention


QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT FORMCompleted every 3 months to assess:

Education: Assesses current attendance level and grades, and whether the partner is currently receiving any type of special education

Sources of Financial Support: Assesses current sources of financial support

Legal Issues/Designations: Assesses current custody arrangements for children of the partner

Health Status: Assesses current access to a primary care physician

Substance Abuse: Assesses whether the partner is currently considered to have a co-occurring mental illness and substance use problem and whether the partner is current receiving substance abuse services

ADL / IADL – Older Adults Only: Assesses current level of functioning in certain key areas


Timeline: Form Administration

Quarterly Assessment Form (3M): Completed every 3 months

Partnership Assessment Form (PAF):Completed ONCE - when a partnership is established

QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT

QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT

QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT

QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT

QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT

QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT

Key Event Tracking (KET): Completed each time a change takes place

*

*

*

*

KET due: Begins Work

6

3

9

12

18, etc.

15

# Months in Services

KET due: Residential Move

KET due: Residential Move

KET due: ER Visit


Partnership Assessment Form

FSP Outcomes Assessments

  • Key Event Tracking

  • Quarterly Assessment


Accessing the MHSA Full Service Partnership Outcomes Assessment Forms


Go to the DMH Performance Outcomes & Quality Improvement (POQI) Webpage at: www.dmh.ca.gov/poqi


Under the MHSA Full Service Partnership Evaluation, select > FORMS


Click on the link to access the forms


The forms are separated by each of the 4 age groupings.


DMH On-LineData Collection & Reporting (DCR) System


The DCR System

Phase 1: Available January 1, 2006

  • Allows data submission and batched data return

  • Provides basic HTML interface with some error checking and validation functionality

    Phase 2: Available Spring 2007

  • Allows editing of submitted data

  • Allows query and reporting capability

  • Performs County Client Number verification against CSI data

  • Provides real time data download capability

  • Performs stringent data validations during data entry

  • Provides user friendly interface

  • Allows XML schema based integration

  • Provides “tickler” mechanism to track when reviews/assessments are due


County Certification


County Certification Requirements

  • Attend Full Service Partnership (FSP) Outcomes Assessment Training (2-3 hours)

  • FSP Program ID Code Assignment (1/2 hour)

  • County Director identifies Approver Designee

  • Approver Designees receive training (1-2 hours)

    All training is conducted via conference call. More training information, including scheduling, is located at:http://www.dmh.ca.gov/POQI/trainingMHSA.asp


Contacting DMH Staff


DMH Performance Outcomes ContactsPOQI Support: [email protected]

Marti Johnson, Research Program SpecialistPhone: (916) 654-3115Email: [email protected]

Alice Chen, Research AnalystPhone: (916) 654-3560Email: [email protected]

Minerva Reyes, Research AnalystPhone: (916) 654-3685Email: [email protected]

Candace Cross-Drew, Research Program SpecialistPhone: (916) 653-4582Email: [email protected]

Traci Fujita Sauer, Research Program

SpecialistPhone: (916) 653-3300Email: [email protected]

Brenda Golladay Grealish, Research Program SpecialistPhone: (916) 654-3291Email: [email protected]

Christine Beck, Acting Chief, Performance Outcomes & Quality ImprovementPhone: (916) 654-4612

Email: [email protected]

Stephanie Oprendek, Acting Chief, Evaluation Statistics, and SupportPhone: (916) 653-3517

Email: [email protected]


  • Login