Portland State University. Department of Social Work
Gerald A. Frey
Date of Publication
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Medicaid -- Oregon, Nursing homes -- Oregon, Older people -- Care --Oregon, Finance personal
1 online resource (155 p.)
Originally, the focus of this project was to be a policy analysis and survey of the new procedures and regulations established by the state of Oregon for the protection and management of nursing home residents' Personal Incidental Funds (PIF). The analysis was to be divided into four phases, according to a pre-planned timetable. The last phase was to be a field survey of the policy's impact upon nursing homes and adult service workers. The timetable was synchronized with that of the Congregate Care Consultant from the Public Welfare Division's (PWD) Adult Services Unit, whose responsibility it was to develop and write a new policy for the state. Although the PIF is a miniscule segment of the total policy which the state of Oregon has developed for nursing facilities, it is submitted here as representative of public policy formulation in that area.
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Rackner, Shirley, "Personal incidental fund: a study in policy making" (1977). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2168.