DSHS-McKeon, Stacii DSHS-McKeon, Stacii

created Aug 22, 2013

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InfoFamLink; Children's Administration; DSHS
Data Definition
Rate of child victims in emergent referrals (response within 24 hours) seen or attempted within policy requirements. Alleged victims in CPS referrals with a documented face-to-face visit or attempt within policy expectations. Excludes DLR-CPS intakes and alleged victims with exclusions or extensions.
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Research has shown that the more quickly children are seen in an emergent intake, the less likely they will suffer additional harm. We have set a target of 98.5% of child victims seen within 24 hours; an increase of 0.6%. The A-3 Lean problem solving process was implemented to identify strategies to support performance improvement in this area. The strategies identified focus on supports to eliminate data entry errors and improve follow-up to insure compliance. A qualitative analysis of missed visits over a one year period is being completed to provide information that can be used in the development of additional strategies. This measure is impacted by the small number of child victims required to be seen on an emergent basis.
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