Now showing items 69-88 of 99

  • [2014-07-08] Managed Health Care Strategies Workshop 

    Unknown author
  • [2014-06-16] Mapping Indian Elders 

    Baros S.; Campos B.; Garrett M.; Henriksen L.; Inglis M.
    Purpose This project, "Mapping Indian Elders," represents the national aging network's first application of Geographic Information System (GIS) computer mapping technology to identify health and demographic characteristics ...
  • [2014-06-04] MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT INDIAN HEALTH DEPARTMENT NEEDS ASSESSMENT 

    Monroe P.; et al
    This report provides a description of a needs assessment contracted between the Mashantucket Pequot Tribe and the Indian Health Service (IHS) in February 1984. The assessment includes Mashantucket Pequot Indians and other ...
  • [2014-06-23] Medical Center Evaluation Project Phase 2 

    Pleets WL.
    This report was prepared in 1977 by the Four State Indian Health Board, Aberdeen, South Dakota for the Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service. The first phase evaluated IHS health care delivery to Indian people in the Aberdeen ...
  • [2014-06-18] Menominee Tribe Health Care Program Planning 

    Leatherwood R.
    Federal legislation authorized the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin to obtain benefits and services from the Health Services Administration. IHS has developed a health care program for the Tribe that is based on an ...
  • [2014-06-10] Model Programs in Tribal Health 

    Berger LR.
    This report contains summaries of ten of the 36 Tribal health projects funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The purpose of this report is to share some of the ideas and experiences of these innovative health ...
  • [2014-06-16] Native Americans and Medicaid: Coverage and Financing Issues 

    Schneider A.; Martinez J.
    Medicaid is an important source of revenue for Native American health facilities. In fiscal year 1997, the Indian Health Service (IHS) and tribally operated facilities were projected to receive $184.3 million in Medicaid ...
  • [2014-06-04] Oneida nation of New York: health needs assessment 1990 

    Edwards S.; Blair G.; Warren CW.; Stupp PW.; Friedman JS.
    This is the report of a health needs assessment for the Oneida Indian Nation of New York (ONNY). This needs assessment was conducted in order to collect population-based data related to behavioral risks and reproductive ...
  • [2014-06-04] Oral health status of Native American elders 

    Phipps KR.
    The Aberdeen Area Indian Health Service participated in the International Collaborative Study of Oral Health Outcomes (ICS- 11), coordinated by the World Health Organization (WHO). The study of the oral health status of ...
  • [2014-06-18] Pawnee Benefit Package Program Actuarial Model 

    Actuarial Research Corporation and JRB Associates
    This report describes the Pawnee Benefit Package Program (PBPP) Actuarial Model. TheActuarial Model is a simulation tool designed to provide a structure within which data can beorganized and cost estimates prepared for a ...
  • [2014-06-24] Profile of the State of Indian Children and Youth 

    Brenneman G.
    Purpose This study was conducted in support of a proposed Federal initiative to promote the quality of life (QOL) of American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) youth. The goal of the study was to collect and organize existing ...
  • [2014-06-30] Reauthorization of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act 

    Indian Health Service, Rockville, MD.
    Purpose The focus of the Roundtable Conference was the reauthorization of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act (IHCIA), Public Law 94-437. The purpose of this Roundtable Conference was to stimulate discussion and ...
  • [2014-06-04] Regional differences in Indian health - 1997 

    Indian Health Service, Staff Office o Planning, Evaluation and Research, Division of Program Statistics, Rockville, MD
    The Indian Health Service (IHS) publication, "Regional Differences in Indian Health," attempts to fulfill the basic statistical information requirements of parties interested in the IHS, and its relationship with the ...
  • [2014-06-05] Report on the Establishment of an Automated Information System for the Indian Health Service 

    Markowitz J.
    The Indian Health Service (IHS) was mandated to improve its data systems for management purposes and took action to better manage its information systems. The Resource and Patient Management System (RPMS) is capable of ...
  • [2014-06-16] Report to Congress on the Indian Health Service with Regard to Health Status and Health Care Needs of American Indians in California 

    Valencia E.; Hough R.
    This study documented the health status and access to health care services of American Indians in California, especially those in tribes that are not federally recognized. Through analysis of vital statistics and other ...
  • [2014-06-05] A Retrospective Study on Measures Taken to Prevent Over the Embankment Motor Vehicle Crashes in the Hoopa Area of Northern California 

    Short DC
    This is a retrospective research paper on measures taken to prevent over-the-embankment (OTB) motor vehicle crashes in the Hoopa Area of Northern California. OTB crashes are defined as any motor vehicle crash that results ...
  • [2014-06-16] A Round Table Conference on Indian Adolescent Wellness in a Holistic Context- A Consensus Statement Final Report 

    Kaufmann J.; Smith J.
    This report summarizes the results of a meeting of experts in the area of Indian adolescent health and wellness. The group produced a consensus statement described in this final report. The Adolescent Health Roundtable ...
  • [2014-06-24] A Roundtable Conference On Traditional Cultural Advocacy Program 

    Indian Health Service, Office of Program Planning, Evaluation, and Legislation, Rockville, MD.
    Purpose This report presents results of a two-day Traditional Cultural Advocacy Program (TCAP) Roundtable Conference. The purpose of the TCAP Roundtable was to develop a consensus of the IHS roles and responsibilities in ...
  • [2014-07-07] Scope of the Problem of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Among American Indian and Alaska Native Communities 

    American Indian Health Care Association, St. Paul, Minnesota 55101.
    Purpose The purpose of this study is to: 1) investigate and examine the Indian Health Service (IHS) and Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) programs providing services to American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/ANs) whom have ...
  • [2014-06-23] Span of Control and IHS Staffing Patterns 

    Information & Management Technologies, Inc.
    The objective of this study was to research the subject of "span of control" as it applies to the management of work, to assess factors impacting supervisory ratios, to assess Indian Health Service (IHS) staffing data to ...