QI Data Snapshots

The Office of Quality Improvement Services is pleased to announce the Data Snapshot Project. Each Snapshot edition is intended to be brief, data-focused, and cover a broad range of health and human service related topics.  Six issues of the Data Snapshot will be produced each year.

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Data Snaphots
Volume & Issue # Date Name View
Volume 4 Issue 5
2014

Trauma Exposure and Mental Health Service Use Among Child and Youth Recipients of Home and Community Based Treatment Services in Maine  This month’s snapshot is the last of a two-part series that presented the results of three studies focused on the prevalence of psychological trauma and the impact of trauma exposure on mental health service use among child and youth recipients of MaineCare behavioral health services.  

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Volume 4 Issue 4
2013

Trauma Exposure and Post Traumatic Stress Among Thrive System of Care Participants in Maine.  This month's QI Data Snapshot is the first of a two-part series that highlights the results of three studies focused on the prevalence of PTSD and trauma among child and youth recipients of behavioral health services in Maine. 

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Volume 4 Issue 3
2012
When Might the Risks Outweigh the Benefits in Prescribing Antipsychotics to MaineCare Members?   This month's QI Data Snapshot highlights the use of antipsychotics for MaineCare Members with multiple chronic conditions.  These findings are from the AHRQ/DHHS Multiple Chronic Conditions (MCC) Project, an epidemiologic study of utilization, cost, quality of care and outcomes for long term MaineCare members with multiple medical co-morbidities and behavioral health disorders.  Word* | PDF*
Volume 4 Issue 2
2012
Mental Health Service Use Trends Among Child and Youth MaineCare Members: This month's QI Data Snapshot is the last of a three-part series focused on mental health service use trends among MaineCare members. This snapshot highlights state level service use trends for children and youth over the past five years. Word* | PDF*
Volume 4 Issue 1
2012
Prevalence of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Challenges in Maine's County Jails: This month's snapshot highlights the results of a statewide mental health jail study.  The study offers a descriptive profile of the population in the county jail system in Maine, and the prevalence of mental health and substance abuse challenges. Word* | PDF*
Volume 3 Issue 4
2011
Living Well: Study Results of a Chronic Disease Self-Management Program – Living Well for Better Health is a Chronic Disease Self-Management Program developed by Kate Lorig at Stanford University to help participants learn better ways to cope and manage their physical and emotional health, and to improve their quality of life.  Word* | PDF*
Volume 3 Issue 3
2011
This snapshot highlights the results of a mental health service use and cost study on children and youth enrolled in Wraparound Maine.  Wraparound Maine is a statewide, multi-site initiative that supports an integrated planning approach for children and youth with complex needs. Word* | PDF*
Volume 3 Issue 2
2011
The June QI Data Snapshot is the second of a three‐part series focused on adult MaineCare recipients receiving mental health services. This onth’s snapshot focuses on state and county level MaineCare mental health service trends for adults between 2006 and 2010 PDF*
Volume 3 Issue 1
2011
This month’s snapshot examines state and county level mental health service use trends for both adult and child MaineCare members between 2006 to 2010. The next two shapshots in the series will examine separately mental health service use among adults and among children and adolescents Word* | PDF*
Volume 2 Issue 5
2010

 

The Relationship between Physical Health Status and Mental Health Outcomes in Maine Word* | PDF*
Volume 2 Issue 4
2010
Service Use by Children and Adults with Pervasive Developmental Disorders Word* | PDF*
Volume 2 Issue 3
2010
Examining Relationships Between Mental Health and Physical Health. This edition focuses on the relationship of mental health with physical health risks and chronic disease through the integrated analysis of Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) data. Word* | PDF*
Volume 2 Issue 2
2010
Children’s Assertive Community Treatment: Study Results of Service and Cost Outcomes PDF*
Volume 2 Issue 1
2010
EnhanceWellness – A Senior Wellness Program for Older Adults Living in the Community Word* | PDF*
Volume 1 Issue 5
2009
A New View- Maine's Profile of Long Term Services and Supports Word* | PDF*
Volume 1 Issue 4
2009
Emergency Room Use by Adults with Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders Word* | PDF*
Volume 1 Issue 3
2009
Satisfaction with Services and Supports: Maine’s Results of the National Core Indicator 2008 Family Guardian Survey Word* | PDF*
Volume 1 Issue 2
2009
Measuring Improvement in Functioning in Individuals Receiving Adult Mental Health Community Support Services Word*| PDF*
Volume 1 Issue 1
2009

Child and Youth Crisis Contacts That Result in Admission to Psychiatric Hospital or Crisis Stabilization Settings: A Five-Year Picture - State Fiscal Years 2004 - 2008

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