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Mortality Reviews - Analysis of Deaths of Individuals Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration. From March 2010 through March 2013 a total of 311 reviews were conducted Analysis by Charlotte McDowell, Quality Improvement Program Manager.

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From march 2010 through march 2013 a total of 311 reviews were conducted

Mortality Reviews - Analysis of Deaths of Individuals Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration

From March 2010 through March 2013

a total of 311 reviews were conducted

Analysis by Charlotte McDowell,

Quality Improvement Program Manager


Mortality reviews
Mortality Reviews Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration

DDA Regional Process:

All deaths of DDA clients are reported to the Regions.

  • The Regional Quality Assurance Manager requests additional information from all residential agencies, adult family homes, children’s licensed facilities and nursing agencies serving children receiving Medically Intensive Children’s Program services.

  • The Region/RHC then further reviews each death of a client receiving residential services for circumstances/cause of death; whether policies and procedures were followed; whether proper clinical and medical practices were observed, etc.

  • Unexplained or unusual deaths are carefully considered and reviewed. Families and legal representatives (guardians) are encouraged to seek an autopsy in these cases.


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Mortality Reviews Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration

DDA Central Office Process:

All results must be subsequently forwarded to the DDA Office of Quality Programs and Stakeholder Involvement for Central Office Mortality Review Team (MRT) action. The MRT includes administrative, medical, investigatory and other professional personnel who:

  • Review 100% of mortality review reports from the Regions and RHCs;

  • Review data from the Incident Reporting system, the CARE database and other sources to identify any trends or patterns that need addressing; and

  • Make reports and recommendations to DDA management concerning needed training, policy or procedural changes.


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Mortality Reviews Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration

Data Source: Mortality Review Database * Charlotte McDowell * 3-13


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Mortality Reviews Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration

Data Source: Mortality Review Database * Charlotte McDowell * 3-13


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Mortality Reviews Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration

Data Source: CARE * Lenora Sneva* 7-13. Client was DDA eligible, in a DDA or RHC, reporting unit and living in a residence on 12/31.


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Mortality Reviews Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration

Data Source: CARE * Lenora Sneva* 7-13. Client was DDA eligible, in a DDA or RHC, reporting unit and living in a residence on 12/31.


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Mortality Reviews Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration

Data Source: CARE * Lenora Sneva* 7-13. Client was DDA eligible, in a DDA or RHC, reporting unit and living in a residence on 12/31.


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Mortality Reviews Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration

Data Source: CARE * Lenora Sneva* 7-13. Client was DDA eligible, in a DDA or RHC, reporting unit and living in a residence on 12/31.


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Mortality Reviews Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration

Data Source: Mortality Review Database * Charlotte McDowell * 3-13


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Mortality Reviews Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration

Data Source: Mortality Review Database * Charlotte McDowell * 3-13


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Mortality Reviews Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration


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Mortality Reviews Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration


Mortality reviews analysis
Mortality Reviews Analysis Receiving Residential Supports from the Developmental Disabilities Administration

  • The place deaths most often occurred was in the hospital.

  • The age of death was most likely to be between 51 and 60 years.

  • The largest percentage of reviews occurred with clients’ residential type as “Adult Family Homes.”

  • 31% of deaths had aspiration pneumonia involvement and 18% listed aspiration pneumonia as the primary cause.