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The Ohio State University Medical Center

Welcome to Government Resource Center

The Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) is a public university-based center for health policy, research, and technical assistance. GRC serves state and local government agencies and private clients that provide, purchase, and regulate health services. The GRC is staffed by career health care and human service research and policy experts who have held leadership positions in state and local government agencies and private sector organizations working directly with government agencies. In addition, the center draws on the expertise of faculty and staff from Ohio’s seven medical colleges and 13 public universities and maintains close working relations with public and private sector health policy groups, health advocacy groups, and survey research firms.

Register now for the Ohio MEDTAPP Summit and the Ohio BEACON Retreat!

Registration is now open for the inaugural Medicaid Technical Assistance Policy Program (MEDTAPP) Summit on September 23, 2014. Through plenary and panel discussions, the premiere event will: 

  • Highlight MEDTAPP's vision, strategic priorities, and partners;
  • Share results of recent research, quality improvement activities, and data analysis innovations; and
  • Encourage dialogue and continued learning among state and academic leadership and all program participants.

The event will provide a timely opportunity for state and academic leaders, healthcare professionals, and others to engage in discussions about recent research and program innovations designed to improve the health of the Ohio Medicaid population and the effectiveness of the Medicaid healthcare delivery system.  Click here for more information and to register. 

The BEACON Retreat on September 24, 2014 is designed for health and human service professionals interested in improving the health of Ohio’s pediatric populations.  The Retreat will be of special interest to policy makers, healthcare providers and experts, consumer advocates, and quality improvement professionals, with opportunities to engage in dialogue and actively participate in the development of quality improvement initiatives.  This advanced BEACON public-private partnership provides a strong foundation for BEACON’s on-going success and fuels the launch and implementation of emerging initiatives. Click here for more information and to register. 

MEDTAPP Faculty and Staff Expertise Inventory Database

The Medicaid Technical Assistance and Policy Program (MEDTAPP) Faculty and Staff Expertise Inventory Database is live! The purpose of the system is to gather and store information about academic experts who are interested in providing technical assistance and consultation to the Ohio Medicaid Program.  Click here to request an account, log in to an existing account, and update your profile.


Partners in
Academic Medicine

The Ohio State University,
College of Medicine

Case Western Reserve University,
School of Medicine

The University of Cincinnati,
College of Medicine

Northeast Ohio Medical University,
College of Medicine

Ohio University,
Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine

The University of Toledo,
College of Medicine and Life Sciences

Wright State University,
Boonshoft School of Medicine