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Analysis of Inpatient Stabilization Services for Persons with Co-occurring Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) and Mental Health Conditions
New Jersey Department of Human Services
This project, funded by the New Jersey Department of Human Services, analyzes patterns, trends, and risk factors in Emergency Department, inpatient hospital, and stabilization services utilization among adults age 21 and over with a dual diagnosis of behavioral health condition and intellectual and developmental disability. Such individuals would have experienced severe behavioral crises, have had high levels of utilization of acute behavioral health services, and may have received inpatient stabilization services. Key populations for this analysis will be identified using indicators based on NJ Comprehensive Assessment Tool (NJCAT)/iRecord information. Quantitative analysis of comprehensive Medicaid claims data will be supplemented by interviews of key stakeholders and a web survey of a sample of providers.
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