Colleen Reuland (2007) Overview and tips for using claims data to measure the percent of children screened to identify developmental concerns.
Virginia ABCD Project (2007) Two charts showing Medicaid paid claims for developmental screening for children from birth through 5 years of age in Virginia for calendar years 2005 and 2006.
California AAP (2008) Excel spreadsheet developed for recording and analyzing data from pilot sites implementing developmental screening. Results and indicators are immediately tabulated as data is entered.
(Ohio ABCD Project, 2008) Ohio developed a control chart using Medicaid claims data that assesses the number of screening claims (96110 and 96111) for children at one and two years of age. The state plans on tracking data quarterly and annotating the chart to assess how changes have impacted screening and its documentation. Ohio is also discussing chart review to measure and analyze data at the individual practice level and compare this with claims data, as a way to confirm the validity of these methods.
(New Mexico ABCD Project December 2008) Chart audit tool used in New Mexico as a source for measurement data. Chart review is performed at baseline and one-month visits.
(Puerto Rico ABCD Screening Academy “Creciendo Juntos” Project) Description of preferred chart review process of children eligible for the ABCD Screening project, 2008.
(Neva Kaye, Jennifer May, Colleen Peck Reuland: NASHP) This State Health Policy Briefing, issued in 2009, is the third in a series examining the efforts of 19 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico to improve identification of children with or at risk for developmental delay. This briefing examines these states efforts to gauge their success by measuring screening rates and other efforts.
(Marian Earls: Presentation at October 2012 NASHP Annual Conference) This presentation by Dr. Marian Earls provides a history of ABCD in North Carolina. The presentation details the start of ABCD in North Carolina with ABCD I in 2000 and how Community Care of North Carolina has sustained the work since Commonwealth funding for ABCD ended. The presentation also details results and successes achieved by the project, and offers lessons learned for other states.