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Grant/Purchase of Position/ Fee-for-Service Funding Agreement Outcomes

The McHenry County Mental Health Board (MCMHB) has adopted a revised version of the SAMHSA National Outcome Measures (NOMs) Framework to promote the use of consistent measures across its programs. According to the Illinois Department of Human Services’ Department of Mental Health, Outpatient Services are provided in partnership with community-based agencies and mental health care centers. These services are designed to help people live independently as they stabilize and move toward recovery. Outpatient services include core mental health services such as counseling, individual and group therapy, medication, and medication monitoring. They also include support in getting and holding a job, finding a place to live, staying in school, improving social relationships, and gaining access to benefit programs. The MCMHB Outcomes are comprised of 10 domains that embody meaningful, real life outcomes for people who are striving to attain and sustain recovery; build resilience; and work, learn, live, and participate fully in their communities. Each Provider shall choose 2 Outcomes (Domain 1 – 7) to report on during the contract period. Domains 8 – 10 are required of all Providers.

 

Domain 1 – Increased Knowledge/Resiliency

  1. % of Active Participants reporting Increased Knowledge/Resiliency during the reporting period
  2. MI/SA/IDD

Domain 2 – Abstinence/Reduction in Use

  1. % of Active Participants refraining from or reducing use of alcohol/drug use during the reporting period
  2. MI/SA

Domain 3 - Increased Level of Functioning

  1. % of Active Participants reporting an increased level of functioning during the reporting period
  2. MI/SA/IDD
  3. Indicate Tool

Domain 4 - Employment & Education

  1. % of Active Participants Obtained or Retained employment, engaged in employment services or engaged in an education program during the reporting period
  2. MI/SA/IDD

Domain 5 - Housing Stability

  1. % of Active Participants reporting increased Housing Stability during the reporting period
  2. MI/SA/IDD

Domain 6 - Criminal Justice Involvement

  1. % of Active Participants reporting decreased criminal justice involvement during the reporting period
  2. MI/SA

Domain 7 - Social Connectedness

  1. % of Active Participants reporting increased social connectedness during the reporting period
  2. MI/SA/IDD

Domain 8 - Access/Capacity (REQUIRED)

  1. # of persons active/open to the program by age, gender, and race on December 1, 2017
  2. # of new persons served by age, gender and race during the reporting period (do not count if counted in a previous reporting period)
  3. MI/SA/IDD

Domain 9 - Consumer Satisfaction Survey (REQUIRED)

  1. Unduplicated # of Survey Responses and Average (%) Satisfaction Rate % during the reporting period
  2. MI/SA/IDD

Domain 10 - Utilization of Evidence-based Programming (REQUIRED)

  1. Provide EBP Name (if applicable)
  2. Describe fidelity to the model
  3. MI/SA/IDD

     

Pay for Performance Funding Agreement Outcomes

 

  • Service, Program or Project Name

  • Clients Served - MCMHB funded projection

  • Number of active client on December 1, 2017

  • Total Hours of Prescriber Capacity during the reporting period

  • Total Hours of Utilized Prescriber Capacity during the reporting period

  • Client "No Show" Rate for Prescriber Appointments during the reporting period

  • Average Length of Time from Intake/Appt. Setting to Psychiatric Assessment during reporting period

  • Number of New Clients Receiving Prescriber Services during the reporting period

  • Percentage of Active Clients Showing Improvement in Functioning during the reporting period

  • Improvement in Functioning Measurement Tool

  • Improvement in Functioning Narrative (As needed)

  • Number of Clients Discharged from Prescriber Services during the reporting period

  • Client Reported Behavioral Health related Hospitalization Rate during the reporting period

  • Client Reported Crisis Utilization during the reporting period

  • Client Satisfaction Rate during the reporting period

  • Number of Client Responses to Satisfaction Survey during the reporting period