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Factors Influencing Changes to an Outcomes Measurement System over a Decade

Information for the Maryland Behavioral Health Administration’s (BHA) Outcomes Measurement System (OMS) is gathered from individuals who are receiving outpatient treatment services in the Public Behavioral Health System (PBHS). The data is collected over time across various life domains....

Poster AEA -2015.pdf


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Trends in Several Health and Socio-Economic Factors Related to Mental Health: Gender Differences

The systematic collection of outcomes data in the Maryland Public Behavioral Health System (PBHS) has generated a wealth of data over several years through its Outcome Measurement System (OMS). The data is collected from individuals receiving outpatient treatment services in the PBHS across...

Poster - AEA 2016.pdf


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Community-Based Health Supports for Fishing Families: Innovative Design in Uncharted Waters. Ignite presentation from Eval16

This Ignite talk shares an example of the integration of program design and evaluation by a non-profit to reach an underserved population of fishing families in New England. The design of evaluation tools and integration of data into practice is also innovative and challenging, with implications...

biesecker AEA Ignite 2016 with narrative in notes.pptx


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DEFINING AND EVALUATING CONSUMER SELF-SUFFICIENCY AMONG DIVERSE HEALTH INSURANCE CONSUMERS

Poster presented at AEA 2015 Discusses the concept of consumer self-sufficiency as it applies to culturally, linguistically and economically diverse health insurance consumers, and describes the process and challenges of defining, promoting and measuring self-sufficiency. Addresses evaluation...

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Evaluator Role on a Quality Improvement (QI) project in a Community Healthcare Setting

This presentation for Eval 2013 examines the evolving role of an internal evaluator leading a collaborative effort that applied rapid tests of change to improve client outcomes in a public mental health setting. The Recovery Model represents a paradigm shift in community mental health that...


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The Road to Healthy Changes is Paved with Good Interventions: Conducting case studies of Innovative Health Strategies

This session explores how case studies can be used to document the process and outcomes of community health initiatives to showcase the work being done in the community and serve as a model for others taking on similar work. Presenters will focus on three different case studies recently...

FINAL Case Studies Presentation.pdf


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Eval13 Poster 44: Looking Long-Term: How to Utilize a Decade of Applied Epidemiology Fellowship to Evaluate Effectiveness (2013 Poster)

Poster presentation from the 2013 AEA Conference on the use of extensive data on a 10 year fellowship program. #2013Conference #publichealth #fellowship

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