The state agencies responsible for PASRR in Delaware have inspired an air of collaboration and cooperation through proactive outreach and engagement.
Summary: The Arkansas State Medicaid Agency has implemented a proactive approach towards identifying nursing facility deficiencies related to PASRR and referring them to the State Survey Agency.
One of the most important outcomes of PASRR is that individuals receive the services identified during the PASRR process as necessary to address their mental illness and/or intellectual or developmental disability.
In May 2010 Idaho completed the PASRR Self-Assessment tool and recognized an opportunity to improve their PASRR program. Over the last two years, the state pursued a quality improvement strategy that led to a successful revision of their evaluation tools and processes.
On January 8, 2013 Karen Williams and Christine Burbick from the University of Massachusetts Medical School gave a presentation for the Power and Possibility of PASRR webinar series.