CAPABILITIES


CAPABILITIES

GRC's mission is to promote health system transformation through partnerships between Ohio's academic community and health leaders.

At GRC, our expert staff focus on six critical areas of public health and research, including:

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BEHAVIORAL & PHYSICAL HEALTH INTEGRATION


Taking care of both behavioral and physical health is critical to overall health. Federal and state agencies, along with local healthcare providers, are collaborating to improve the delivery and coordination of behavioral health services.

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PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES


The goal of our collaboration with the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities, the Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council, and other disability stakeholders is to provide accurate data and objective research to the disability field.

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MATERNAL & CHILD HEALTH


Maternal infant and child health outcomes are central to both the current and future health of Ohio. To address health care challenges and improve health outcomes for these populations, the State of Ohio has partnered with us to implement research quality improvement programs across the state.

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QUALITY IMPROVEMENT


The Quality Improvement (QI) science approach ensures that patients receive the most appropriate care at the most appropriate times. QI emphasizes patient-centered care and practitioners' offices practicing population-base medicine in a reliable way.

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DATA ANALYSIS & SURVEY RESEARCH


We have the expertise to work with a leadership team to frame the right questions, analyze the data, and provide actionable information. Furthermore, our experts can provide implementation guidance, ongoing support, evaluation, and relationship building.

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HEALTHCARE WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT


We design tools that state agencies, policymakers, academic medical centers, and health sciences college and universities can use to identify barriers and potential solutions to improving the recruitment of healthcare providers servicing Medicaid populations.