Continuing Care Performance Reports

The Continuing Care Administration strives to improve the dignity, health and independence of the people we serve. The Continuing Care Administration’s strategic plan 2011-2015 has four goals (PDF):

  • • Support and enhance the quality of life for older people and people with disabilities
  • • Manage an equitable and sustainable long-term care system that maximizes value
  • • Continuously improve how we administer services
  • • Promote professional excellence and engagement in our work
  • The performance measures shown below relate specific goals in the CCA strategic plan and populations. DHS will update these measures annually. New measures are added below as they are developed.

    The glossary provides definitions of common terms and acronyms used in the performance measures below.

    Goal: Support and enhance the quality of life for older people and people with disabilities

    Deaf and Hard of Hearing

  • Consumers satisfied with quality of services
  • Consumers satisfied with timeliness of services
  • Seniors

  • Percent of consumers on the Elderly Waiver who would recommend their paid staff to others
  • Percent of consumers who would recommend the Senior LinkAge Line® to others
  • Percent of recipients with an informal caregiver who received a paid services to directly support their caregiver
  • Nursing Facilities

  • Percent of consumers living in nursing facility who would recommend their facility to others
  • Quality of Care
  • Quality of Life
  • Goal: Manage an equitable and sustainable long-term care system that maximizes value

    Developmental Disabilities

  • Average LTC spending per person
  • Percent of people served in a residential setting with low needs
  • Percent of LTC spending in HCBS
  • Percent of people with low needs in intermediate care facilities
  • Percent of people who receive HCBS
  • Percent of people who receive HCBS at home
  • Percent of people with high needs
  • Percent of people with high needs who receive services at home
  • Working-age people with monthly earnings
  • Working-age people earning $250 or more per month
  • Disability (excludes developmental disabilities)

  • Average LTC spending per person
  • Percent of people served in a residential setting with low needs
  • Percent of LTC spending in HCBS
  • Percent of people who receive HCBS
  • Percent of people who receive HCBS at home
  • Percent of people with high needs
  • Percent of people with high needs who receive services at home
  • Working-age people with monthly earnings
  • Working-age people earning $250 or more per month
  • Seniors

  • Average LTC spending per person
  • Percent of LTC spending in HCBS
  • Percent of people served in a residential setting with low needs
  • Percent of people who receive HCBS
  • Percent of people who receive HCBS at home
  • Percent of people with high needs
  • Percent of people with high needs who receive services at home
  • Nursing Facilities

  • Percent of resident days for people with low needs
  • Goal: Continuously improve how we administer services

  • Percent of waiver review follow-up cases corrected after issuance of corrective actions
  • Percent of waiver review follow-up recommendations implemented
  • For more information, questions or to request the chart or map data in another format email dhs.ccareports@state.mn.us.

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