NCI-AD Webinars

All-State Technical Assistance Webinars

Introductory Webinar: Information for States Interested in NCI-AD: November 19, 2015 from 3-4 p.m. EST 

NASUAD and Human Services Research Institute (HSRI) held a webinar for state staff interested in learning more about the National Core Indicators—Aging and Disability (NCI-AD) project. NCI-AD is a consumer survey designed to support states’ interest in assessing the performance of their long term services and supports (LTSS) programs and delivery systems and improving services for seniors, adults with physical disabilities, and caregivers. NCI-AD’s primary aim is to collect and maintain valid and reliable data that give states a broad view of how their publicly-funded LTSS impact the quality of life and outcomes of service participants. Data will be used by states to compare their performance with other states', allow national benchmarking, and compare programs and regions within their states. 

During this webinar, participants were given an overview of NCI-AD, learned how data can be used, and about the process and benefits of joining this important initiative.    

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Final Pilot Report: Highlights from NCI-AD Domains: February 10, 2015 from 3-4 p.m. EST

From January 2014 through August 2014, NASUAD and HSRI worked with three states, Minnesota, Georgia, and Ohio, to pilot the National Core Indicators-Aging and Disability (NCI-AD) survey. This webinar highlighted interesting findings from the three pilot states, discussed how states should plan to use the data, and detailed next steps for states interested in joining the project.

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NCI-AD Preliminary Findings from Three Pilot States: October 30th from 1-2 p.m. EST

Earlier this year, NASUAD and HSRI worked with three states, Minnesota, Georgia, and Ohio, to pilot the National Core Indicators-Aging and Disability (NCI-AD) survey. This webinar presented the preliminary findings from the NCI-AD survey used in the three pilot states.

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Working With Your State Medicaid Office: September 4, 2014 from 3-4 p.m. EST

During this  webinar presenters discussed the importance of working with the state Medicaid office, how to claim Medicaid Administrative Match for NCI-AD survey work, and how NCI-AD data can be used to demonstrate compliance with the new HCBS requirements. Representatives from the Ohio Departments of Aging and Medicaid will shared their experience with the NCI-AD pilot work in Ohio.

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Sampling Strategies and Issues: July 31, 2014 from 3-4 p.m. EST

During this webinar, presenters discussed sampling strategies and issues. Specifically, how to design the sample, which populations might be included, sample sizes, sampling methodologies (such as random sampling, stratified random sampling, etc.), reasons for oversampling, and how to design an oversample, how the state's intended use of the data and resources available should influence and drive the sampling strategy, expectations for communicating the sampling strategy with partners, and how the sampling strategy could affect the collection of contact and background/demographic information.

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NCI-AD Introduction: June 26, 2014 from 3-4 p.m. EST

This first webinar served as an introduction to the NCI-AD project.  Presenters discussed the project's history, research and methodology, timeline of the nationwide rollout, membership dues and benefits, and how states can sign up for Year 1.  Project staff from the three pilot states, Georgia, Minnesota, and Ohio, also provided an overview of their experience using the NCI-AD.

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