Discovery Methods for Remediation and Quality Improvement in Home and Community-Based Services

Julie Fralich, Maureen Booth, Carolyn Gray, Taryn Bowe, and Stuart Bratesman (2005) 

The purpose of this paper is:

  • To promote the exchange of information among states regarding the use of discovery methods for HCBS services;
  • To identify and share the various approaches that states are using to identify gaps, redundancies, strengths, and weaknesses in their HCBS quality systems;
  • To discuss ways to prioritize activities and select quality improvement activities.

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