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Hartmaier S.L, Sloane P.D, Guess H.A, Koch G.G.  1994.  The MDS Cognition Scale: a valid instrument for identifying and staging nursing home residents with dementia using the minimum data set.[see comment]. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 42(11):1173-9.
Hass Z., Woodhouse M., Kane R., Arling G..  2018.  Modeling Community Discharge of Medicaid Nursing Home Residents: Implications for Money Follows the Person. Health Serv Res. 53 Suppl 1:2787-2802.
Hawes C., Phillips C.D, Mor V., Fries B.E, Morris J.N.  1992.  MDS data should be used for research.[comment]. Gerontologist. 32(4):563-4.
Hirdes J.P, Poss J.W, Curtin-Telegdi N..  2008.  The Method for Assigning Priority Levels (MAPLe): a new decision-support system for allocating home care resources. BMC Medicine. 6:9.
Hirdes JP, Poss JW, Curtin-Telegdi N.  2008.  The Method for Assigning Priority Levels (MAPLe): A new decision-support system for allocating home care resources.(Technical advance). BMC Medicine. 6(9):9.
Hirdes JP, Morris JN, Perlman CM, Saari M, Betini GS, Franco-Martin MA, van Hout H, Stewart SL, Ferris J.  2022.  Mood Disturbances Across the Continuum of Care Based on Self-Report and Clinician Rated Measures in the interRAI Suite of Assessment Instruments. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 13
Hirdes J.P, Frijters D.H, Teare G.F.  2003.  The MDS-CHESS scale: a new measure to predict mortality in institutionalized older people. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 51(1):96-100.
Hirdes JP, Bernier J, Garner R, Fines P, Jantzi M.  2018.  Measuring health related quality of life (HRQoL) in community and facility-based care settings with the interRAI assessment instruments: development of a crosswalk to HUI3. Qual Life Res.