Statewide Consumer Outcomes Reports
Norms allow us to evaluate an individual's performance on an instrument by comparing the individual's score against the distribution of scores of people similar to the individual on certain characteristics. These reports show the distribution of scores on Adult Form A, Adult Form B and the Ohio Scales based on statewide production data.
Statewide Quarterly Reports
Produced every quarter, these reports alternate between "state of the state" update reports and special topic reports. Like the initial report, the update reports are intended to provide all constituents in the public mental health system with statewide data they can use to compare an individual's scores or average agency or board area scores. The special topic reports provide an in-depth look at a particular topic, based on either the adult or youth outcomes data in the statewide database. Beginning with Quarterly Report #18, the SPSS code used to create the reports will also be posted.
Missing Data Reports
These reports compare the number of individuals who had outcomes ratings in the statewide database to the number of individuals who received services that made them eligible to have their outcomes reported for a specific time period. They allow agencies and boards to see how they are doing with regard to outcomes implementation, in comparison with others both in and outside of their local areas.
Incentive Grant Final Report
The Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS) awarded ODMH $3 million in federal block grant funds to support outcomes implementation at the local level. Forty-three local systems received these grant monies. As part of the grant agreement, the ODMH Outcomes Team monitored implementation and periodically collected progress reports from grant recipients. The Incentive Grant Final Report provides information about implementation successes and challenges, strategies used for overcoming challenges and anticipated challenges in continued implementation, as identified by grant recipients.
Initial Statewide Outcomes Report (large file)
This report provides an initial view of the data in the statewide outcomes database by describing the "state of the state." It provides all constituents in the mental health system with statewide data they can use to compare an individual's scores or average agency or board area scores. Demographic and outcome status data for individuals' most recent ratings in the statewide database are presented for adults with severe and persistent mental illness, adults with less severe mental illnesses and youth.