2012-041 - Table 1
|State Auditor's Assessment|
|Auditee, Report Title, Number, and Issue Date||Recommendation||# Years||Comp Date||Not Subst||Not Addressed|
|HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES|
|Department of Health Services^
Department of Health Services: It Has Not Yet Fully Implemented Legislation Intended to Improve the Quality of Care in Skilled Nursing Facilities 2006-035 (Issue Date: 02/15/2007)
1. Include information on any savings to the General Fund in the reports its licensing division is required to prepare.
|5||Will not implement|
|Department of Social Services
Department of Social Services: In Rebuilding Its Child Care Program Oversight, the Department Needs to Improve Its Monitoring Efforts and Enforcement Actions 2005-129 (Issue Date: 05/25/2006)
1. Continue its efforts to make all nonconfidential information about its monitoring visits more readily available to the public.
|CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION|
|California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: The Intermediate Sanction Programs Lacked Performance Benchmarks and Were Plagued With Implementation Problems 2005-111 (Issue Date: 11/09/2005)
1. Decide on appropriate benchmarks for monitoring performance, identify the data needed to measure performance against those benchmarks, and ensure that reliable data collection mechanisms are in place. Analyze the data it has collected and, if relevant, use the data in existing databases to monitor and evaluate the program's effectiveness on an ongoing basis.
^On July 1, 2007, the Department of Health Services was reorganized and became two departments—the Department of Health Care Services and the Department of Public Health. The Department of Public Health is now responsible for monitoring skilled nursing facilities.
*Contrary to the California State Auditor's determination, the auditee believes it has fully implemented the recommendation.