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OBJECTIVE This naturalistic study used claims data to examine the relationship of medication nonadherence to hospital use and costs among severely mentally ill clients in Wisconsin. METHODS Data for 619 clients were obtained from Medicaid drug and hospital claims, county records, and case managers as part of a larger study in eight county-based mental(More)
This article describes the long-term effects of unilateral penetrating hemispheric lesions on contralateral and ipsilateral upper extremity motor performance and functional outcome. Activities-of-daily-living skill and gross motor performance contralateral to the lesions were compared among 32 left-sided and 19 right-sided hemiplegic subjects using analysis(More)
OBJECTIVE To provide comprehensive information on expenditures for mental health and substance abuse services for a large number of people with severe mental illnesses, this study examined use of major types of clinical-medical mental health and psychiatric rehabilitation services over a one-year period. METHODS Data were obtained for 1,890 clients in ten(More)
PURPOSE To describe and evaluate the effects of motor control intervention in young children diagnosed with idiopathic toe walking. METHODS Five children received motor control intervention in a multiple-case series design using a nonconcurrent, variable baseline. Multiple gait measures were taken before and during the intervention phase. Pre- and(More)
An overview is presented of the multidisciplinary design, specific methods of motor and functional assessment, and selected preliminary data trends from the Vietnam Head Injury Study. This longitudinal study combines analyses of retrospective records with current, comprehensive inpatient examinations and investigates the anatomical and functional sequelae(More)
The relationship of preinjury left-hand dominance for motor performance to postinjury distal motor skills following penetrating brain wounds in patients without overt hemiplegia was examined. We studied 13 controls, 13 right-hemisphere brain-damaged patients, and 11 left-hemisphere brain-damaged patients on motor tasks measuring reaction time, strength, and(More)
  • Mary Reed Raney, Nnp-Bc, +32 authors Wright L
  • 2010
over the last decade have increased the survival rates of premature infants, pushing the limits of viability as low as 23 weeks gestation. However, for many, survival comes with a price of lifelong disabilities. The rates of severe intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) and cerebral palsy in this population have remained stable. It is increasingly recognized(More)
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