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Personal Experience Outcomes Integrated Interview and Evaluation System (PEONIES)

This project is funded by the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services. Its purpose is to develop a way of measuring and using Personal Experience Outcomes for people receiving long-term care services in the community. Through this project, we will develop ways of interviewing people to learn about the outcomes they want in their lives. This information can be used for many purposes. Some of these purposes are:

  • Help Care Managers and Consumers work together to make sure services are supporting the things that are most important to the Consumer.
  • Help Long-Term Care Programs (COP, CIP, Family Care, Partnership Program, other managed long-term care programs) monitor and improve quality.
  • Help DHFS ensure that the programs they fund are helping people achieve the quality of life they desire.

Project Duration: December 15, 2006 - June 30, 2008

Participating Personnel

Principal Investigator: Sara Karon, CHSRA
Co-Investigator: Barb Bowers, UW School of Nursing
Contact: PEONIES helpdesk

Sponsoring Agency

Co-sponsored by CHSRA and the School of Nursing at the University of Wisconsin - Madison

Funding Source

Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services

Links

PEONIES website
Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services
School of Nursing at the University of Wisconsin - Madison