RTC/OM HCBS Measurement Education Modules

Person-Centerdness in Measurement

Measuring the number of times a person has gone out to eat or shop in the community does not reflect the degree to which they they desire to take part in those specific community activities.

Person-Centered Measurement assesses the extent to which a person experience(s)...

  • The types of outcomes they desire with…
  • With the frequency/intensity they desire
  • At the times and locations they prefer, and
  • With the people they desire

It is driven by the person’s expressed preferences, needs, and values.