Elder Affairs, Department of

Report NumberRelease DateTitle
13-07 3/13 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers
12-03 1/12 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers
11-03 1/11 Profile of Florida’s Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers
10-33 3/10 The State Could Consider Several Options to Maximize Its Use of Funds for Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services
10-23 2/10 The Alzheimer’s Disease Waiver Program Does Not Delay Nursing Home Entry More Effectively Than Other Waivers and Costs the State More Per Participant Than Most Waivers That Serve Similar Persons
10-10 1/10 Profile of Florida's Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers
10-09 1/10 Number of For-Profit Hospices Has Grown; Current Measures and Standards Are Not Sufficient to Assess Hospice Quality
09-32 7/09 Florida's Medicaid Home and Community-Based Services Waivers
09-15 3/09 Transition to Aging Resource Centers Complete; Enhancement of Elder Service System Continues
09-08 2/09 Increased Public Awareness of the Long-Term Care Insurance Partnership Program Would Contribute to the Program’s Success
08-51 9/08 All But One Aging Resource Center Is Fully Implemented
08-14 3/08 Statewide Implementation of Aging Resource Center Initiative Is Substantially Complete
07-38 9/07 An Aggressive Schedule Set to Complete Implementation of Aging Resource Centers
07-20 3/07 Department of Elder Affairs Resumes Transition Activities for Aging Resource Center Initiative
07-12 2/07 Several Factors Can Delay Eligibility Determination for Medicaid Long-Term Care
06-62 9/06 Aging Resource Center Initiative Has Not Moved Beyond the Pilot Sites
06-45 5/06 The Nursing Home Diversion Program Has Successfully Delayed Nursing Home Entry
06-29 3/06 Florida’s Certificate of Need Process Ensures Qualified Hospice Programs; Performance Reporting Is Important to Assess Hospice Quality
06-20 3/06 Aging and Disability Pilot Sites Are Making Progress; Future of Other Centers Uncertain
06-10 2/06 Service Use for Nursing Home Diversion Waiver Clients Depends on Living Situation
05-45 8/05 Aging Resource Center Initiative Is Moving Ahead, But Needs Additional Work
05-06 2/05 DOEA Has Taken Reasonable Steps to Begin the Aging Resource Center Initiative
03-69 12/03 Progress Report: Services to Elders Program Has Improved Accountability and Oversight; Should Reduce Capitation Rate for Long-Term Care Pilot
03-08 1/03 Progress Report: Improvements Needed in the Department of Children and Families Adult Services Program
01-66 12/01 Services to Elders Program, Department of Elder Affairs
01-04 1/01 High-Risk Elder Victims of Abuse, Neglect, or Exploitation Quickly Served; Data Problems Remain
00-14 10/00 Progress Report: Agencies Are Following Through by Consolidating Administrative Services
99-51 5/00 Progress Report: Other Initiatives to Decrease Long-Term Care Costs Should Accompany Medicaid Waiver Expansion
98-83 6/99 Progress Report: Elder Affairs Takes Steps to Separate Case Management From Other Services
98-81 6/99 Progress Report: DOAE Should Study the Pros and Cons of Changing Planning and Service Areas
98-29 12/98 Preliminary Report Referrals and Service Provision for Elder Victims of Abuse, Neglect, or Exploitation
98-27 12/98 Follow-Up Report on Assisted Living Facilities Serving Residents with Severe Mental Illnesses
98-20 11/98 Review of the Provision of Administrative Services in Florida's Health and Human Services Agencies
98-16 10/98 Inventory of Information and Referral Services Offered Through the: Agency for Health Care Administration, Department of Children and Families, Department of Elder Affairs, Department of Health, Department of Juvenile Justice, Department of Labor and Emp
97-74 6/98 Supplemental Analyses of the Pilot Project Authorizing Direct Admission to Extended Congregate Care
97-73 5/98 Follow-Up Report on the Performance Review of the Certificate of Need Program for Nursing Homes
97-26 12/97 Review of the Pilot Project Authorizing Direct Admission to Extended Congregate Care
97-23 12/97 Follow-Up Report on the Community Care for the Elderly Program Administered by the Department of Elder Affairs
97-01 7/97 Follow-up Report on the Comprehensive Assessment and Review for Long Term Care Services (CARES) Program Administered by the Department of Elder Affairs
96-87 6/97 Reconfiguring the Planning and Service Areas Covered by Florida's Area Agencies on Aging
96-80 4/97 The Role of Area Agencies on Aging in Providing Case Management Services to Florida's Elders
96-57 2/97 Review of Assisted Living Facilities Serving Residents With Severe Mental Illnesses
96-26 12/96 Second Status Report on the Pilot Project Authorizing Direct Admission to Extended Congregate Care
95-31 1/96 Review of the Operations of the Community Care for the Elderly Program Administered by the Department of Elder Affairs
95-19 12/95 Status Report on the Pilot Project Authorizing Direct Admission to Extended Congregate Care
94-33 2/95 Performance Audit of the Comprehensive Assessment and Review for Long Term Care Services (CARES) Program Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services