National Long-Term Care Survey

Results of Search for Publications by NLTCS section: Institutionalization

Attitudes toward and use of subsequent nursing home services among a national sample of older adults.   Rabiner DJ. Journal of Aging and Health. 1996. 8(3):417-443. Abstract.

Caregiver Burden and Institutionalization, Hospital Use, and Stability of Care.   Miller Baila, McFall Stephanie. US Department of Health and Human Services. Report prepared by the University of Illinois at Chicago. Executive Summary.

Caregiver burden and nursing-home admission of frail elderly persons.   McFall S, Miller BH. Journal of Gerontology. 1992. 47(2):S73-S79. ProQuest.

Do elderly medicaid patients experience reduced access to nursing-home care.   Ettner SL. Journal of Health Economics. 1993. 12(3):259-280. Abstract.

Effects Of The Medicare Alzheimer's Disease Demonstration On Nursing Home Entry.   Miller Robert, Newcomer Robert, Fox Patrick. Health Services Research. 1999. August v34 i3 p691(1).

Estimates of change in chronic disability and institutional incidence and prevalence rates in the United States elderly population from the 1982, 1984 and 1989 national long-term care survey.   Manton KG, Corder LS, Stallard E. Journal of Gerontology. 1993. 48(4):S153-S166. Abstract.

Evaluation of the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) Demonstration.  Irvin CV, Massey S, Dorsey TC. Health Care Financing Administration. 1998. February 9. Reprint.

Family Structure and Institutionalization: Results from Merged Data.  McNally James and Wolf Douglas A. Papers in Microsimulation, Maxwell Center for Demography and Economics of Aging, Syracuse University. 1996. Microsimulation Paper #2. Full Text.

Forecasts of future disabled and institutionalized US populations 1995 to 2040.   Manton KG, Corder LS. Ageing, Social Security and Affordability. 1998. Chapter 4.2, pp. 327-348.

Future trends in chronic disability and institutionalization: Implications for LTC service needs.   Manton KG. in Long Term Care. Jolt H, Leibovici MM (Eds). Volume in the Health Care Management: State of the Art Reviews Series. Hanley & Befus:Philadelphia. 1997. 177-191. Abstract.

Health Specification and Biased Estimates of Wealth Effects: Fuzzy vs Crisp Health indices and the Performance of Wealth in a Competing Risks Model of Nursing Home Entry and Death.  Headen AE, Woodbury MA. Working Papers. 1995.

Home health and skilled nursing facility use: 1982-90.  Manton KG, Stallard E, Woodbury MA. Health Care Financing Review. 1994. 16(1):155-86. Abstract.

Medicaid spenddown in nursing homes.  Liu K, Doty P, Manton K. Gerontologist. 1990. 30(1):7-15. Abstract.

Modeling Lifetime Nursing Home Use Under Assumptions Of Better Health.   Laditka SB. Journal of Gerontology: Ser B-Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 1998. 53(4):S177-87. Abstract. ProQuest.

Nursing-home residents: A multivariate-analysis of their medical, behavioral, psychosocial, and service use characteristics.   Manton KG, Cornelius ES, Woodbury MA. Journal of Gerontology: Med Sci. 1995. 50A(5):M242-M251. Abstract.

Overwhelming Odds: Caregiving and the Risk of Institutionalization.  Newman SJ, Struyk R, Wright P, Rice M. Journal of Gerontology. 1990. 45(5):S173-83. Abstract. ProQuest.

Predicting elderly nursing-home admissions - Results from the 1982-1984 national long-term care survey.   Hanley RJ, Alecxih LMB, Wiener JM, Kennell DL. Research on Aging. 1990. 12(2):199-228. Abstract.

Predicting Elderly people's Risk for Nursing Home Placement, Hospitalization, Functinal Impairment, and Mortality: A Synthesis.  Miller EA, Weissert WG. Medical Care Research and Review. 2000. 57(3):259-297. Abstract.

Predicting nursing-home admission and length of stay - A duration analysis.   Liu K, Coughlin T, Mcbride T. Medical Care. 1991. 29(2):125-141.

Predicting The Risk Of 'Permanent' Nursing Home Residence: The Role Of Community Help As Indicated By Family Helpers And Prior Living Arrangements.   Boaz RF, Muller CF. Health Services Research. 1994. 29(4):391-414. Abstract. ProQuest.

Tai Chi For The Prevention Of Fractures In A Nursing Home Population: An Economic Analysis.   Wilson Craig J, and Datta Santanu. Journal of Clinical Outcome Management. 1994. 8(3):19-27. Abstract.

The Characteristics and Utilization Pattern of an Admission Cohort of Nursing Home Patients (I).  Liu Korbin, Manton KG. Gerontologist. 1983. 23(1):92-98.

The Characteristics and Utilization Pattern of an Admission Cohort of Nursing Home Patients (II).  Liu Korbin, Manton KG. Gerontologist. 1984. 24(1):70-76.

The Effect Of Long-Term Care Supply On The Risk Of Nursing Home Residence Among Older People.   Weber, S. Florida Policy Exchange Center on Aging. 1999.

The Effect Of Nursing Home Use On Medicaid Eligibility.  Liu K, Manton KG. Gerontologist. 1989. 29(1):59-66. Abstract.

The effects of health changes on the projections of future health service needs for the US elderly population.   Manton KG, Stallard E, Corder LS, Singer B. Center for Demographic Studies, Duke University, Durham, N.C. 2000. Full Text. Fig. 1. Figure 2. Fig. 2 (Alt II). Fig. 3. Fig. 3 (Alt II). Fig. 4. Fig. 5. Fig. 5 (Framingham). Projections.

The Length-of-Stay Pattern of Nursing Home Admissions.  Liu K, Manton KG. Medical Care. 1983. 21(10):1211-1222.

The Risk Of Nursing Home Use In Later Life.   Murtaugh CM, Kemper P, Spillman BC. Medical Care. 1990. 28(10):952-62. Abstract.

The roles of medicaid and economic factors in the demand for nursing home care.   Reschovsky JD. Health Services Research. 1998. 33(4):787-813. Abstract

US trends in disability and institutionalization among older blacks and whites.  Clark DO. American Journal of Public Health. 1997. 87(3):438-40. Abstract. ProQuest.