PMET webinar - Our Community. Our Kids.

Report
PMET
Performance Management Evaluation Tool
Presenters
Reporting PMET numbers
in the context of
Foster Care Redesign
Tuesday, 11/4/14
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Ask questions at any time
during the presentation
Terri St.Arnauld
Department of Family and
Protective Services
Contract Performance
Dr. Sean Allen
Patricia Correa
Nicky Rucker
Our Community Our Kids
Children placed by …
Report PMET data in …
Submission deadline
Legacy
System
SSCC
System
DFPS
OC-OK
PMET system
Evolv
Dec 30
Dec 15
30 days after end
of quarter
15 days after end
of quarter
What happens
when a child
transfers to
the SSCC?
Legacy
System
SSCC
System
Count them up
until the date
of their
transfer
Count them
after the date
of their
transfer
This means the child will be counted in both systems during the reporting
period he or she transfers (unless he or she transfers on the first or last day of the reporting period).
Legacy
System
The PMET questions
are different for the
two systems.
SSCC
System
Education
Portfolios
Family Contact
Family Contact
Sibling Contact
Sibling Contact
Regular Job
State ID
Court
Participation
Outcome:
Children maintain connections with family
Question 2
(numerator)
How many of the children/youth reported in question #1
had at least one Personal Contact with the identified
Family member each month or portion of a
month they were in the care of the
Contractor during the quarter
being reported?
Question 1
(denominator)
How many unduplicated children/youth under
age 18 and in the care of the Contractor during
the quarter being reported had at least one
Family member, as defined in the contract but
excluding parents and siblings, identified by
DFPS as appropriate for contact?
Outcome:
Children maintain connections with siblings
Question 4
(numerator)
How many of the children/youth reported in question #3 had
the minimum number and type of Personal Contacts, as
defined in the contract, with each sibling, for each
month or portion of a month they were in the
care of the Contractor during the
Quarter being reported?
Question 3
(denominator)
How many unduplicated children/youth under
age 18 and in the care of the Contractor during
the quarter being reported had one or more
siblings in foster care? Do not include in count
if all siblings were placed together.
Outcome:
Youth have a regular job
Question 5
(numerator)
How many unduplicated youth in the care of the Contractor at
any time during the fiscal year (i.e., September 1 - August 31)
and were age 16 or older on the last day of the period
being reported had a Regular Job, as defined in
the contract, at any time during the fiscal
year? The number reported should be
cumulative for the fiscal year.
IMPACT data
(denominator)
Number of children aged 16 or older in care,
year to date.
Outcome:
Youth have a state ID
Question 6
(numerator)
How many unduplicated youth who were in the care of
the Contractor at any time during the fiscal year (i.e.,
September 1 - August 31) and were age 16 or older
on the last day of the period being reported had
been issued a driver's license and/or state
identification card by the end of the
period being reported? The
number reported should
be cumulative for the
IMPACT data (denominator)
fiscal year.
Number of children aged 16 or older in care,
year to date.
Outcome:
Children participate in placement decisions
Question 7
(numerator)
How many of the placement changes within the SSCC during the
quarter being reported were preceded by at least one discussion
with the child/youth to obtain the child/youth’s opinion
regarding their placement options, to the extent
of the their ability?
IMPACT data
(denominator)
Number of children in the SSCC’s care who
experienced a placement change.
OC-OK will track this outcome; will
not appear on PMET form in Evolv.
Outcome:
Children/youth participate in court
Question 9
(numerator)
How many of the hearings in question #8 were
attended by the child/youth?
Question 8
(denominator)
How many court hearings were held during the
quarter being reported for children/youth in
the care of the Contractor who were age 10 or
older at the time of the hearing?

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