Thursday, December 12

9:00

Opening Remarks

 

Charles Manski, University of Wisconsin Committee on National Statistics

 

Katherine Wallman, Chief Statistician Office of Management and Budget

 

Jack Ebeler, Acting Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, Department of Health and Human Services

9:45

Session I: What Is Changing in Health and Social Welfare Programs?

 

Income Maintenance:

 

Anne Rosewater, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Human Services Policy, ASPE/DHHS

 

Health Care:

 

Christy Schmidt, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, DHHS

 

Long-Term Care:

 

Mary Harahan, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Disability, Aging and Long-Term Care, DHHS

 

Nutrition Programs (e.g., food stamps, WIC):

 

Michael Fishman, Acting Director, Office of Analysis and Evaluation, Food and Nutrition Service, USDA

 

Comments:

 

Judith Gueron, Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation Robert Moffitt, Johns Hopkins University

12:00

noon Lunch, Refectory (basement level)

1:00

Session II: What Information Do We Need?

 

Income Maintenance:

 

Donald Oellerich, ASPE/DHHS

 

Health Care:

 

Holly Harvey, ASPE/DHHS

 

Disability and Long-Term Care:

 

Michele Adler, ASPE/DHHS

 

Nutrition Programs:

 

Steven Carlson, FNS/USDA

 

Multiple Program Impacts:

 

Sheila Zedlewski, The Urban Institute

 

Comments:

 

Thomas Corbett, University of Wisconsin Rert Reischauer, Brookings Institution

3:30

Coffee Break

3:45

Session III: Implications for Data Collectors

 

Panel Discussion

 

Ross Arnett, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research Nancy Gordon, Bureau of the Census Edward Sondik, National Center for Health Statistics

 

Comments:

 

Greg Duncan, Northwestern University Nicholas Zill, Westat, Inc.

5:30

Adjourn

Friday, December 13

9:00

Session IV: Statistical and Research Issues to Be Addressed

 

Panel Discussion

 

Steven Cohen, Agency for Health Care Policy and Research

John Czajka, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.

Graham Kalton, Westat, Inc.

Elizabeth Martin, Bureau of the Census

Karl Scholz, University of Wisconsin

10:45

Coffee Break

11:00

Summing Up, Next Steps, Future Directions

 

David Betson, University of Notre Dame

 

Katherine Wallman, OMB

12:30

Adjourn



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