Improving Performance in Practice Phase V

Improving Performance in Practice (IPIP) is a national effort to improve the quality of care provide by primary care practices for patients with diabetes and asthma and then spreading to other conditions.

Prevention/Care Management Technical Assistance Center (Master Task Order)

UNC Sheps shall furnish personnel, information and materials as reasonably necessary, and shall devote reasonable business efforts to assist AIR in developing and preparing sections of the PCM TAC RFTO Proposal(s) and any modifications thereto related to NCQA’s relevant Scope of Work. • UNC Sheps shall work with AIR to determine whether or not to… Read more »

UNC Post-Doctoral Training Program in Comparative Effectiveness Research

The components of Comparative Effectiveness Research include: evaluation of current evidence through systematic reviews; observational studies and analyses such as pharmacoepidemiology and modeling research; conduct of large effectiveness trials; and dissemination and implementation activities

Evaluating Plan for the North Carolina Healthy Start Baby Love Plus Reducing Racial Disparities in Infant Mortality in North Carolina

The purpose of this research is to continue the ongoing evaluation of the North Carolina Healthy Start Initiative, currently in seven rural Eastern counties and five rural counties in the Northeastern region of the State. This infant mortality reduction initiative of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Division of Women’s and Children’s… Read more »