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Services Utilization and Access$8,663,908.00
Fiscal Year: 2010

Download 2010 Services Utilization and Access projects (EXCEL)
These projects include surveys of service systems available in different States, evaluations of patterns of medical service use among children with autism, a comprehensive online resource for autism services, and specific efforts in several States to coordinate services for people with autism. They also evaluate disparities in diagnosis and service utilization as well as barriers to access for racial and ethnic minorities.
Graph: The Practitioner training subcategory in Question 5 dwarfed the other four categories, accounting for 74% of the funding for this question. Services utilization and access followed with 13% of the funding, and Efficacious and cost-effective service delivery accounted for 9%. Only 3% of funding was designated for projects related to Family well-being and safety, and even less (1%) for Community inclusion programs.
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Project Title Principal Investigator Strategic Plan Objective Institution
Interstate variation in healthcare utilization among children with ASD Mandell, David Q5.S.A University of Pennsylvania
The relationship between state EPSDT policies, well-child care and age of autism Daniels, Amy Q5.S.A Johns Hopkins University
Medical service utilization by Medicaid-eligible children with autism in Georgia: An analysis of one year of claims and provider data Crimmins, Daniel Q5.S.A Georgia State University Research Foundation
Racial/ethnic disparities in family burden & health care of children with autism Parish, Susan Q5.S.A Brandeis University
Autism insurance policy and access to care for children with autism: A state level analysis Thomas, Kathleen Q5.S.A University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Autism in urban context: Linking heterogeneity with health and service disparities Solomon, Olga Q5.S.A University of Southern California
The effects of breaks in services on skill regression in children with ASD Tarbox, Jonathan Q5.S.A Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD)
Assessing a participant directed service system for low income children with ASD Warfield, Marji Erickson Q5.S.B Brandeis University
Meeting the needs of individuals with autism spectrum disorders through comprehensive services (9-State Study) IMPAQ International Q5.S.C Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS)
State ASD Demonstration Program Farmer, Janet Q5.S.C University of Missouri Board of Curators
State ASD Demonstration Program Birch, Stephanie Q5.S.C Alaska Department of Health and Social Services
State ASD Demonstration Program Williams, Holly Q5.S.C Utah Department of Health
State ASD Demonstration Program Hassler, Carol Q5.S.C Vermont Department of Health
State ASD Demonstration Program Garneau, Deborah Q5.S.C Rhode Island Department of Health
State ASD Demonstration Program McClain, Catherine Q5.S.C University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center
State ASD Demonstration Program Nardella, Maria Q5.S.C Washington State Department of Health
State ASD Demonstration Program Noyes, Donna Q5.S.C Health Research, Inc./New York State Department of Health
Evaluating the impact of early intervention services on young children with autism spectrum disorders and their families: A state systems approach Noyes, Donna Q5.S.C Health Research, Inc./New York State Department of Health
State ASD Demonstration Program Nyre, Joseph Q5.S.C The Hope School
State ASD Demonstration Program Parlin, Leolinda Q5.S.C Hawai'i Pediatric Association Research & Education Foundation
State ASD Demonstration Program Pitre, Jennifer Bolden Q5.S.C Statewide Parent Advocacy Network of New Jersey
State ASD Demonstration Program Wall, Toni Q5.S.C Maine Department of Health and Human Services, Title V Children with Special Health Care Needs Program
State ASD Demonstration Program Whitehead, Amy Q5.S.C Wisconsin Department of Health & Family Services
Improved early identification of autism in Latino children Anthony, Bruno Q5.L.A Georgetown University
Disseminating scientific information on autism to the Latino community Lajonchere, Clara Q5.L.A University of Southern California