CORE partners with Providence Community Health Division to support grantees

July 2, 2021

The Center for Outcomes Research and Education (CORE) is partnering with the Providence Community Health Division to help its grantees build data and measurement capacity.

Organizations working to advance community health and equity often face barriers and capacity challenges around collecting, understanding, and using data. In response, Providence Community Health Division is partnering with the Center for Outcomes Research & Education (CORE) to offer tailored assistance to grantees. CORE’s team of applied researchers, evaluators, data specialists and other subject matter experts will provide expertise and support to help a cohort of Community Health Division grantees build capacity to use data to measure and sustain their promising programs.

CORE will provide a variety of flexible and tailored support for partners, such as:

●      Guidance and support for key data/measurement needs

●      Problem solving and strategic consulting around community health, cross-sector collaboration, and systems change

●      Curated resources and tools

●      Connections to data experts and peers

“At CORE, we recognize that data is essential to driving positive and lasting change,” said Keri Vartanian, Director of CORE. “That’s why we’re so excited to team up with the Providence Community Health Division to provide tailored support that will help grantees improve and spread their efforts.”

Working in collaboration with the Community Health Division and its grantees, CORE will help grantees answer key questions around population needs, metrics for success, collecting and tracking data and more. To help them meet their goals, CORE will apply experience gained from 30+ years of work with community-based organizations of all sizes, cross-sector collaboratives, health systems, public and private funders, and more.

To learn more, email Lisa Angus, MPH, Program Director for Analytics & Strategic Consulting, CORE.


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