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Inspiration  Ideas  Improvement

Inspiration  Ideas  Improvement

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  1. Inspiration  Ideas  Improvement CQI Teams Individual Staff Workgroups Surveys and Focus Groups Best/Promising Practices NRCs/ProfessionalLiterature Self-Evaluation Youth and Family Input New Practice Knowledge (Research) Federal and State Law (CFSR) COA Standards External Evaluations and Stakeholder Input Safe, Happy, Healthy Children Less Child Maltreatment Fewer Children in Out-of-Home Care More Quality Foster Homes in Children’s Home Communities And Many More……

  2. The Practice Improvement Unit & Specialists Can….. Conduct Surveys and Focus Groups Research Best/Promising Practices Consult NRCs/ProfessionalLiterature Facilitate Workgroups Gather Data and Stakeholder Input Analyze Data Communicate/Distribute Data and Information Review New Practice Knowledge (Research) Coordinate and Integrate Practice Improvement Efforts Monitor Plan Implementation Identify and Resolve Barriers to Plan Implementation Measure and Communicate Progress

  3. Practice Improvement SpecialistPosition Description Coordination of the Child and Family Services Review, Program Improvement Plan, case review, and Continuous Quality Improvement in local districts. • Coordinating and participating in the on-site CFSR and Practice Improvement Case Reviews: locating case files, oversight of review logistics, consultation on case reviews, negotiation of final ratings with the Division’s CFS Manager • Analyzing case review findings and AFCARS and NCANDS data for District PIP development • Development and monitoring of the District’s Program Improvement Plan • Reporting of the District’s progress on PIP task completion and goal attainment • Supporting District management and staff to resolve barriers to completion of the PIP, in consultation with the Division’s CFS Manager • Coordinating or conferring with the Division’s CQI Program Development Specialist to ensure practice improvement efforts are addressed as appropriate through the CQI process • Assisting in the coordination of all practice improvement efforts in the Districts

  4. Time to ReunificationPercentage of Children Reunified in Less than 12 MonthsStatewide Exit Cohorts The national CFSR Standard is 76.2% or more AZ has exceeded the national CFSR standard since 2002 By June 2005, AZ dropped from a peak of 8.92% above the national standard to 5.61% above the standard.

  5. Time to ReunificationPercentage of Children Reunified in Less than 12 MonthsDistrict Exit Cohorts Year Ending June 2005 The national CFSR Standard is 76.2% or more Districts IV and VI are excelling in this outcome area

  6. Time to AdoptionPercentage of Children Adopted in Less than 24 MonthsStatewide Exit Cohorts Of cases read for the Practice Improvement Case Review since January, 2005, 20% were rated strength on timeliness of adoption. AZ has exceeded this national CFSR standard since 2004 The national CFSR Standard is 32.0% or more By June 2005, AZ dropped from a peak of 5.91% above the national standard to 2.88% above the standard.

  7. Time to AdoptionPercentage of Children Adopted in Less than 24 MonthsDistrict Exit Cohorts Year Ending June 2005 District I is exceeding the national standard by more than 8%. The national CFSR Standard is 32.0% or more

  8. Foster Care Re-entryPercentage of Children who Re-enter Within 12 Months of a Prior ExitStatewide Entry Cohorts AZ needs to reduce re-entry by another 0.38% in the year ending March 2006 to avoid a CFSR PIP for this outcome. The national CFSR standard is 8.6% or less

  9. Foster Care Re-entryPercentage of Children who Re-enter Within 12 Months of a Prior ExitStatewide Entry Cohorts Year Ending June 2005 The national CFSR Standard is 8.6% or less. District V is excelling in this area.

  10. Placement StabilityPercentage of Children Who Had No More than Two Placements Statewide Children in Care During Year and Less than 12 Months The national CFSR standard is 86.7% or more AZ has continually increased the percentage of children with placement stability since 2003. AZ needs to increase placement stability by another 1.32% in the year ending March 2006 to avoid a CFSR PIP for this outcome.

  11. Placement StabilityPercentage of Children Who Had No More than Two Placements Children in Care During Year and Less than 12 Months The national CFSR Standard is 86.7% or more. District VI is the only District exceeding this national standard.