Presentation on theme: "Development of a Comprehensive Data Book to Assess Oregon’s Publicly-Funded Mental Health System Marisha L. Johnson Portland State University 2012 EMPA."— Presentation transcript:
Development of a Comprehensive Data Book to Assess Oregon’s Publicly-Funded Mental Health System Marisha L. Johnson Portland State University 2012 EMPA Cohort June 14, 2014
Summary of Presentation Problem Summary and Research Question Methods Findings and Analysis Conclusions and Recommendations Reflections: Leadership Lessons Learned
Problem Statement & Research Question Problem o Oregon is required to submit a biennial State Plan for publicly-funded mental health services o Must be data-driven o No template or format exists Research Question o Which data points should be collected and analyzed to assess the adequacy and allocation of Oregon’s publicly-funded mental health services across the lifespan?
Methods Literature Review o Content analysis of literature resulted in: Identification of foundational references Identification of specific data elements
Foundational References o Institute of Medicine’s Spectrum of Interventions (2009) o Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Recovery Oriented System of Care Guiding Principles (2009) o The President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health Report (2003) o US Department of Health & Human Services National Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) in Health and Health Care (2001) o The Supreme Court’s Olmstead Decision (1999)
Institute of Medicine’s Spectrum of Interventions
Recovery Oriented System of Care Prevention Treatment Crisis Intervention Case Management Rehabilitation Enrichment Rights Protection Basic Support Self-Help Wellness
The President’s new freedom commission on mental health report Goal 1: o Americans understand that mental health is essential to overall health. Goal 2: o Mental health care is consumer and family driven. Goal 3: o Disparities in mental health services are eliminated. Goal 4: o Early mental health screening, assessment, and referral to services are common practice. Goal 5: o Excellent mental health care is delivered and research is accelerated. Goal 6: o Technology is used to access mental health care and information.
The Olmstead Decision Funding & Resources Movement to the Community & Recidivism Housing Community Capacity Well Being Measures for At-Risk Groups Policy Elaine Wilson (center) and Lois Curtis (right) were kept in a state hospital for several years against doctors’ advice
Culturally & Linguistically Appropriate Services in Health & Health Care Sex Ethnicity Race Primary Language Secondary Language Disability Status
Recommendations & Conclusions AMH should adopt the data book. AMH should implement and analyze this data to assess the adequacy and allocation of mental health services. The data and subsequent analysis should be shared with stakeholders at least annually. See handout for specific data points.
Reflections: Leadership Lessons & Implications Lead from Any Seat Continuous Quality Improvement Stand Up
Special Thanks: My Family Capstone Advisor: Dr. Rick Mogren Dr. Nishishiba, Dr. Ingle and Dr. Morgan And my friends and colleagues in Cohort AWESOME!