Standard Reports

  • Quarterly Behavioral Health Screening Report

    Based on MassHealth claims and managed care encounter data, the report displays behavioral health screening rates by region and age group, as well as data on the number of youth whose screening indicates a potential behavioral health condition. Please refer to the data definitions (PDF) pdf format of bh-screening-data-heading-definitions.pdf
txt format of bh-screening-data-heading-definitions.txt .
  • Quarterly CBHI Service Utilization Report

    Based on managed care encounter data for members who have received any CBHI service, the report includes unduplicated counts of youth receiving each of the new MassHealth services; the average number of hours of service delivered per month per service; and patterns of service usage by youth receiving ICC.
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  • Monthly Community Service Agency (CSA) Monthly Reports

    Based on data reported by each of the 32 CSAs, the report displays referral, enrollment, discharge, and staffing data, including data on the length of time between a request for service and service availability, and on any waiting lists. All data is reported as of the end of the month for each month.
  • Mobile Crisis Intervention (MCI) Report

    Based on data reported by each of the MCI programs, this report displays data on nine key indicators, including the number of distinct MCI encounters, the number of encounters occurring in the community, average response times, and the percent of MCI encounters resulting in an inpatient admission. 

Special Reports

  • System of Care Practice Review (SOCPR) Reports 
    As part of its ongoing effort to evaluate the quality of care delivered to youth under 21 receiving MassHealth children’s behavioral health services, the state selected the System of Care Practice Review (SOCPR) process. The SOCPR, which was developed by the University of South Florida (USF), uses a multiple case study methodology to learn how important System of Care (SOC) values and principles are operationalized at the practice level, where youth and families have direct contact with service providers. A series of five regionally-based reviews of the care delivered by Intensive Care Coordination (ICC) and In-Home Therapy (IHT) providers was conducted in 2013/14. The reports from those  reviews are posted below:

  • Intensive Care Coordination (ICC) Survey of Family Satisfaction Report of Findings pdf format of Intensive Care Coordination (ICC) Survey 
file size 3MB doc format of Intensive Care Coordination (ICC) Survey file size 2MB
    In an effort to better understand how Intensive Care Coordination (ICC) is working for children, youth and families, the Executive Office of Health and Human Services (EOHHS) conducted a survey of parents and caregivers of children who have received ICC or “wrap-around” services. Four hundred families from across the state were randomly selected and invited to participate, with the online survey available from November 26, 2012 to December 15, 2012.
  • Wraparound Fidelity Index (WFI) Summary (PDF) pdf format of wfi-wraparound-fidelity-index-summary.pdf
file size 1MB ppt format of wfi-wraparound-fidelity-index-summary.ppt file size 5MB
    This PowerPoint presentation from the July 2010 Community Service Agency (CSA) Statewide meeting provides a summary of the 2010 study of CSA fidelity to the Wraparound model as measured by the Wraparound Fidelity Index 4.0 (WFI-4) and the Team Observation Measure (TOM).
  • CANS Analysis (PDF) pdf format of cans-analysis-report-june2009-july2010.pdf
ppt format of cans-analysis-report-june2009-july2010.ppt
    This report presents an analysis of completed CANS assessments entered between June 2009 and July 2010 for children and youth receiving Intensive Care Coordination. The analysis is an initial look at the level of clinical need in youth served in ICC, as documented in initial CANS assessments.).
  • TeenScreen Report on Massachusetts (PDF) pdf format of rosie-d-white-mhscreening.pdf
txt format of rosie-d-white-mhscreening.txt
    The National Center for Mental Health Checkups at Columbia University, a national policy and resource center devoted to increasing youth access to regular mental health checkups wrote this case study on the standardized behavioral health screening requirement in Massachusetts.

 


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