In partnership with the Ohio Department of Medicaid and the Medicaid Technical Assistance and Policy Program, the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) is seeking one joint application, developed in collaboration by the two dental training programs in Ohio, (Case Western Reserve University, School of Dental Medicine and the Ohio State University, College of Dentistry) to develop and deliver training for Ohio dental health professionals on the provision of appropriate smoking cessation counseling and referral services to Medicaid beneficiaries using different forms of tobacco.
On behalf of the Ohio Departments of Medicaid (ODM), and Higher Education (ODHE), the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) is requesting applications from qualified academic researchers, data analysts, and subject matter experts for the Ohio Opioid Analytics Project (OOAP) to develop predictive models around three categories of opioid endpoints: prevention, child welfare, and treatment.
The Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) is seeking services to integrate and harmonize interactive analytic web applications designed to aid Ohio state agencies in infant mortality research and reduction efforts, in a common interface using Tableau for deployment in a mixed-server environment including Tableau Server.
On behalf of the Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM), the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) is requesting applications from qualified investigators through the Healthcare Access Initiative (HCA).
Through its Medicaid Technical Assistance and Policy Program (MEDTAPP) Healthcare Access Initiative (HCA), the Government Resource Center (GRC) is seeking applications from institutions interested in being identified as the lead institution for a cardiovascular disease collaborative with an emphasis on health disparities.
QICs will be deployed on a regional basis to work in peer-to-peer relationships with health care practitioners serving Medicaid consumers, in practice based quality improvement collaboratives.
The Office of Health Transformation has identified that the State of Ohio needs rigorous research to identify interventions and resources needed to improve health outcomes for underserved populations and address this complicated health issue from a system's perspective.
The website will serve as the main marketing and communication tool for the GDM Project, which seeks to increase the rate of women attending postpartum-care visits and receive screening for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus among women with a history of GDM through providing education and clinical training to both providers and clients.
The topics to be investigated are descriptive and modeled assessments of: 1) maternal and infant/child health; 2) the influence of determinants of health upon health status, access to care, and health care utilization; and 3) access to and use of patient-centered medial homes, including analysis of the concept of care consistent with a medical home.
In collaboration with ODM and GRC, the selected evaluator will finalize an evaluation design, timeline, and data collection methodology using appropriate qualitative and quantitative research methodologies to determine the MEDTAPP HCA Initiative's overall impact on the Ohio Medicaid population's access to quality healthcare.