Survey Services for Ohio Medicaid Assessment
The Government Resource Center (GRC) is requesting a proposal to serve as survey vendor for the 2023 and 2025 Ohio Medicaid Assessment Surveys. Link to the RFP's FAQs (via Ariba).
2022 Regional Quality Improvement Hub Proposal
The Regional QI Hub will be administered on behalf of the ODM by the GRC for the purposes of supporting ODMs Population Health and Quality Strategy by promoting population health for all Ohioans and enabling health care delivery systems to improve wellness and health outcomes. A hub and spoke model will add value to Ohio’s health system as it is focused on driving more effective care and intentionally addressing health disparities through structured quality improvement interventions led by the college of medicine and it’s health system partners. Link to the RFP's FAQs.
2022 Managed Care: Monitoring and Evaluation (MCME) Surveys
The 2022 MCME Surveys will be administered for the purposes of evaluating Medicaid contracted managed care organizations (MCOs) in the areas of: (1) Efficient health services, health outcomes, preventive and effective care for Medicaid enrollees; (2) improved provider and member satisfaction; (3) improved preventive care; (4) activities addressing determinants of health; and (5) meaningful achievements in health disparities for differing race/ethnic populations and geographical areas of Ohio. Link to the RFP's FAQs.
2021 Ohio Medicaid Released Enrollees Study
To examine the health of people insured by Medicaid who were previously incarcerated, this RFP seeks a survey vendor with extensive expertise in survey-related statistical methods and an understanding of the nuances for engaging difficult-to-reach populations.
The Medicaid Equity Simulation (MES) project seeks proposals to create online virtual simulated patient experiences for Ohio Medicaid health care providers. ODM is interested in advancing health equity for the Medicaid population by further developing Ohio Medicaid provider cultural humility and awareness of implicit bias.
Infant Mortality Research Partnership
This RFP seeks proposals to create an EPIC APP-Orchard version of the Infant Mortality and Pre-term Birth Risk Calculator (IMRP Risk Calculator) using the FHIR protocol as developed by the OSU research team.
2021 Ohio Medicaid Assessment Survey
The Ohio Medicaid Assessment Survey (OMAS) is a statewide study administered on behalf of the Ohio Department of Medicaid (ODM) by the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center (GRC) for the purposes of informing health policy and assisting the efficient and effective implementation of the Medicaid program.
Ohio Medicaid Community Engagement Evaluation Longitudinal Survey Series
The Ohio Medicaid Community Engagement Evaluation (OMCEE) is a longitudinal series of surveys required by law to evaluate the effects of the 1115 Medicaid Community Engagement Waiver over the course of several years (2021-2025).
Ohio Pregnancy Assessment Survey
The Government Resource Center (GRC) is requesting a proposal to serve as survey vendor for the 2021 Ohio Pregnancy Assessment Survey (OPAS)
Ohio Medicaid Assessment Survey Series
This RFP Seeks a survey vendor for the Ohio Medicaid Assessment Survey Series.
Diabetes Quality Improvement Clinical and Consortium Lead RFA - Due January 25, 2019
This RFA seeks applications from Ohio allopathic and osteopathic medical schools interested in serving as the clinical lead institution for a Diabetes quality improvement project (diabetes QIP) and Diabetes learning consortium (consortium).
Tableau Dashboard for the Infant Mortality Research Partnership - Due January 4, 2019
The Infant Mortality Opportunity Index Tableau Dashboard project seeks to advance health equity for the Medicaid population and help reduce health disparities. This opportunity provides up to $40,000 in Federal Financial Participation dollars.
Medicaid Equity Simulation Project - Due July 23, 2018
This RFA seeks applications to create virtual reality experiences and patient simulations for Medicaid providers. Eligible institutions include the following: Case Western Reserve University, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Ohio University, The Ohio State University, University of Cincinnati, University of Toledo, and Wright State University. The Ohio Department of Medicaid is interested in advancing health equity for the Medicaid population by increasing Medicaid provider cultural competency and
awareness of implicit bias.
Medicaid Technical Assistance and Policy Program Ohio Dental Provider Training on Tobacco Cessation Counseling - Due April 17, 2018
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.
Ohio Opioid Analytics Request for Applications - Due April 10, 2018
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.
Infant Mortality Reduction Analytic Display Request for Quote - Due October 3, 2017
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.
Medicaid Technical Assistance and Policy Program Healthcare Access Initiative Request for Proposals SFY 2018 and SFY 2019 - Due March 6, 2017 -Withdrawn
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).
Medicaid Technical Assistance and Policy Program Healthcare Access Initiative Collaborative Lead Institution Application - Due December 16, 2016
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.
MEDTAPP Quality Improvement Coordinators RFQ - Due July 5, 2016
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.
MEDTAPP Infant Mortality Research Partnership Request for Information - Due April 14, 2016
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.
Ohio Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) Postpartum Care Learning Collaborative - Website Vendor Request for Quote - Due January 15, 2016
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 2015 Ohio Medicaid Assessment Survey Request for Applications - Due August 7, 2015
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.
MEDTAPP Healthcare Access Initiative Evaluation Request for Proposal - Due April 3, 2015
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.