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MI Innovations in Care Coordination

MI Innovations in Care Coordination

MI Innovations in Care Coordination

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The Michigan Innovations in Care Coordination (MICC) Project’s goal is to improve access to coordinated and integrated care for children at risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder/Developmental Delay (ASD/DD). Through community, parent and stakeholder engagement, the MICC project educates and trains providers on providing timely evaluations and services for children. At risk children receive timely identification, intervention and coordination of services and family members are supported as equal partners in establishing a collaborative system of care.

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CONNECTED: A Youth Mental Health Initiative

CONNECTED: A Youth Mental Health Initiative

CONNECTED: A Youth Mental Health Initiative

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CONNECTED is a two-year initiative that intends to reduce anxiety, depression and suicide among young people aged 10 to 24 in underserved communities, and empowers youth to engage in meaningful change. With support from a private venture philanthropist, and in partnership with Change Matrix, Relias, Watauga Consulting and Youth MOVE National, the National Council for Behavioral Health launched this initiative to increase access to and engagement in quality, appropriate care for youth in underserved communities who experience barriers to mental health supports. Recognizing that efforts driven by and for those they intend to serve are most effective, CONNECTED engages young people with lived experience. Five organizations are piloting approaches and connecting young people in their communities to new types of mental health supports. A comprehensive evaluation, led by MPHI, will illuminate the driving factors that contribute to successful implementation of effective approaches. Lessons learned and resources will be shared nationally in support of empowering communities to enact positive change.

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Michigan Organization on Adolescent Sexual Health (MOASH)

Michigan Organization on Adolescent Sexual Health (MOASH)

Michigan Organization on Adolescent Sexual Health (MOASH)

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MPHI has provided evaluation services to MOASH since 2014. MOASH programs evaluated by MPHI focus on adolescents and young adults, particularly LGBTQ+ youth.  MPHI is currently working on three projects with MOASH: Youth Education Access on HIV (YEAH!), Sexual Violence Prevention, and the Step Toward Equity Program (STEP) 2.0. The YEAH! Project aims to prevent HIV among Detroit youth by eliminating barriers in access to information technology and establishing collaborations that are well positioned to support this work in the long-term. As a subgrantee of Michigan’s Sexual Violence Prevention program, MOASH aims to change the culture and climate around consent and sexual violence through statewide messaging campaigns, a youth advisory council, and changing practices in school environments. STEP 2.0 provides comprehensive sexual health education that also addresses a need for an increased amount and depth of content on sexual and gender-based violence prevention. MPHI provides support through evaluation consultation and advisement. MPHI also assists MOASH by developing surveys and other instruments and creating summary evaluation reports.

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Spirit of Community Health: Organization and Performance of Tribal Public Health Systems

Spirit of Community Health: Organization and Performance of Tribal Public Health Systems

Spirit of Community Health: Organization and Performance of Tribal Public Health Systems

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As tribal community health agencies work to strengthen their public health systems, those striving for Public Health Accreditation Board accreditation may encounter challenges due to the unique context in which they operate. Little published research exists on promising practices for tribes in this pursuit. This community-based participatory case study research project was an in-depth exploration of the infrastructure, partnerships, performance, and outcomes of one tribal public health system. The results of the study, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, explored the alignment of the 10 Essential Public Health Services (EPHS) and PHAB’s Domains with the services in this community, highlighting areas where the tribal system addressed community health needs and promoted health equity in ways that honor culture.

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State Innovation Model (SIM)

State Innovation Model (SIM)

State Innovation Model (SIM)

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The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has entered into a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to reform multi-payer health care payment and delivery systems in Michigan. The Michigan SIM initiative is seeking to achieve better care coordination, lower costs, and improved health outcomes for Medicaid beneficiaries across the state. Core components to SIM include support quality improvement and cost savings in qualified Patient Centered Medical Homes (PCMHS), supporting the development of Community Health Innovation Regions (CHIR) to support partnerships across health and community sectors to address Social Determinants of Health, promoting Alternative Payment Models (APM) to align medical reimbursement with health outcomes instead of services rendered. MPHI supported the state during the extensive stakeholder engagement and planning phase for SIM in 2013. Currently, MPHI is supporting the implementation of SIM through coaching, CMS reporting, and the coordination of the state-led evaluation.

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Public Health Performance Improvement Capacity Building

Public Health Performance Improvement Capacity Building

Public Health Performance Improvement Capacity Building

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The Office of Accreditation and Quality Improvement within MPHI’s Center for Healthy Communities works closely with the Office of Performance Improvement and Management at MDHHS to provide capacity building assistance to state, local, and tribal public health agencies within and beyond Michigan. The project accomplishes its goals through direct assistance, such as a mini-grant program, by providing free customized technical assistance, and training in quality improvement and performance management. The project also supports development of educational materials to support capacity to meet national standards, including the Embracing Quality in Public Health series which includes a Quality Improvement Guidebook, Performance Management Primer, and Accreditation Readiness Video. This collaborative work between MPHI and MDHHS has reached a national and international public health audience.

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Michigan Local Public Health Accreditation Program

Michigan Local Public Health Accreditation Program

Michigan Local Public Health Accreditation Program

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The Michigan Local Public Health Accreditation Program seeks to assure and enhance the quality of local public health in Michigan by identifying and promoting the implementation of public health standards for local public health departments, and evaluating and accrediting local health departments on their ability to meet these standards. MPHI has been a partner in this effort since it began in 1998, coordinating reviews and reports and supporting the program with data collection and analysis, technology, and facilitation.

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Tribal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Education

Tribal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Education

Tribal Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Education

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The goals of the Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan’s Tribal Home Visiting project are to support the development of healthy, happy, successful American Indian/Alaska Native (AIAN) children and families through a coordinated, high-quality, evidence-based, home visiting strategy; and to expand the evidence base around home visiting programs for AIAN populations. MPHI's Center for Healthy Communities provides technical consultation and support for a mixed methods evaluation of an enhanced early learning curriculum; provides technical consultation and support on benchmark data collection, analysis, and reporting; and provides support for capacity building and training of staff on evaluation, benchmark data collection, analysis, reporting, data quality assurance, and quality improvement plan implementation.

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Taking Pride in Prevention (TPIP)/Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP)

Taking Pride in Prevention (TPIP)/Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP)

Taking Pride in Prevention (TPIP)/Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP)

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The Taking Pride in Prevention (TPIP) program at the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), with the support from ACYF FYSB’s PREP, is funding 10 programs serving 23 communities with a high number of teen births to deliver low-, medium-, and high-dosage evidence-based and evidence-informed prevention models to youth 12 to 19 years of age with fidelity, along with adult preparation content on healthy relationships, adolescent development, and parent-child communication.

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Rape Prevention and Education Evaluation

Rape Prevention and Education Evaluation

Rape Prevention and Education Evaluation

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The Rape Prevention and Education program promotes primary prevention initiatives and supports local programs to address sexual violence through education, training, community mobilization, coalition building, and policy and social norms change efforts. Michigan’s RPE program funds five local programs through the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ Sexual Violence Prevention (SVP) Grants Program. MPHI's Center for Healthy Communities is the program evaluator for RPE. The RPE evaluation examines how sexual violence prevention strategies were implemented across the state, as well as what changes in knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, policies, and practices have happened as a result of implementing these strategies.

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