Center for Outcomes Research & Education Blog Stream

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  • CORE webinar: Using publicly available data

    CORE webinar: Using publicly available data

    A webinar from Providence CORE offers insights and ideas on how community organizations can find and use publicly available data to support their work and programs.

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  • CORE new faces: Introducing Jennifer Johnston!

    CORE new faces: Introducing Jennifer Johnston!

    We are excited to introduce Jennifer Johnston, the newest member of the Center for Outcomes Research and Education (CORE) team!

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  • CORE's 2023 annual report

    CORE's 2023 annual report

    CORE's annual report highlights some of the impactful and promising research, programs, and partnerships that we supported last year.

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  • CORE new project spotlight: improving cancer screening access, incentivizing interpretive services, healthy birth, and more!

    CORE new project spotlight: improving cancer screening access, incentivizing interpretive services, healthy birth, and more!

    CORE is proud to announce new projects focusing on improving cancer screening access, incentivizing interpretive services, healthy birth, and more!

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  • CORE’s Data for Change team participates in the 2024 Nonprofit Technology Conference

    CORE’s Data for Change team participates in the 2024 Nonprofit Technology Conference

    CORE’s Data for Change team is co-presenting two workshops at the March 2024 NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference

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  • In the news: TIME highlights CORE’s long COVID research

    In the news: TIME highlights CORE’s long COVID research

    A recent article in TIME magazine features research conducted by CORE and the Providence Research Network into the condition known as long COVID.

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  • Cultivating change: Evaluating a Spanish-language culinary & gardening program

    Cultivating change: Evaluating a Spanish-language culinary & gardening program

    CORE's evaluation of a Spanish language gardening and culinary education program revealed positive impacts on participants and staff, as well as opportunities for growth and improvement

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  • CORE data analysis supports change in Portland's behavioral health landscape

    CORE data analysis supports change in Portland's behavioral health landscape

    A data analysis initiative supported by Providence CORE could significantly influence behavioral health policy and response strategies in Portland, Oregon, and statewide.

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  • Navigating the path of genomic medicine: Insights from an early detection program

    Navigating the path of genomic medicine: Insights from an early detection program

    Research by Providence CORE offers insights to help healthcare organizations partner with patients to improve outcomes through genetic testing.

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  • Data with purpose: How CORE's Data for Change program drives meaningful impact

    Data with purpose: How CORE's Data for Change program drives meaningful impact

    Now in its third year, CORE's Data for Change program is helping organizations like Rose Have and Restoration House build capacity to use data to support their promising programs

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  • CORE selected to create an evaluation design for Oregon's 2022-2027 Medicaid waiver

    CORE selected to create an evaluation design for Oregon's 2022-2027 Medicaid waiver

    The Oregon Health Authority has selected the Portland, Oregon-based Center for Outcomes Research & Education (CORE) to create an evaluation design for Oregon's 2022-2027 1115 Medicaid waiver.

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  • CORE resources: Oregon 1115 waiver evaluation design

    CORE resources: Oregon 1115 waiver evaluation design

    Resources and information on CORE's Medicaid 1115 Waiver evaluation design work

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  • How healthcare experiences impact preventative mammography: An interview with CORE's Monique Gill

    How healthcare experiences impact preventative mammography: An interview with CORE's Monique Gill

    In a new interview, Providence CORE researcher Monique Gill discusses CORE’s research on the links between healthcare experiences and engagement with mammography.

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  • CORE in the news: A data-driven approach to addressing behavioral health and homelessness in Portland

    CORE in the news: A data-driven approach to addressing behavioral health and homelessness in Portland

    A project by Providence CORE is providing powerful data to help Oregon's largest CCOs zero in on solutions to homelessness & substance use disorders.

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  • Understanding long COVID based on patient experiences

    Understanding long COVID based on patient experiences

    A new study examined patient experiences with long-COVID and identified four distinct groupings encompassing the wide-ranging experiences of long COVID patients.

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  • Care Connect WA: CORE's evaluation of an innovative COVID-19 support program

    Care Connect WA: CORE's evaluation of an innovative COVID-19 support program

    An evaluation by CORE highlights Washington State's COVID-19 support program’s speed and reach, as well as opportunities to address additional unmet needs in Washington communities.

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  • CORE Insights: Six steps toward more equitable data visualization

    CORE Insights: Six steps toward more equitable data visualization

    In the latest edition of CORE's ongoing Insights blog series, our data visualization experts share six key steps to help apply an equity lens to data visualization efforts.

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  • CORE new project spotlight: housing the healthcare workforce, identifying long-COVID, and more!

    CORE new project spotlight: housing the healthcare workforce, identifying long-COVID, and more!

    CORE is proud to announce new projects focused on housing the healthcare workforce, identifying long-COVID, and advancing health equity in the aging population

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  • CORE study links a value-based payment model with increased outpatient healthcare use

    CORE study links a value-based payment model with increased outpatient healthcare use

    A new study by Providence CORE linked a Value-based Payment Model with increased use of primary and specialty care among patients. Findings also highlight the importance of clinical staff buy-in.

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  • CORE insights: How collaborative networks support systems change

    CORE insights: How collaborative networks support systems change

    CORE shares insights from its work with various cross-sector networks, highlighting how collaborative networks are coming together to drive systems change and address deeply entrenched social issues.

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