This contract with Granville Vance Public Health is to assist with COVID-19 response, including direct assistance with case investigation, contact tracing, and data management. The scope of work also includes developing and revising policies and procedures in accordance with the guidance and requirements of state of NC Division of Public Health.
A 5-year quality improvement contract to address hypertension and diabetes with selected practices in Eastern North Carolina. CHS provides project management, oversight, and content area expertise in clinical quality improvement, implementation of evidence-based and best practice clinical standards, and standards for prevention and management of diabetes, prediabetes, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia.
A contract with ADA to develop a webinar on food insecurity in diabetes, and develop a Diabetes Self Management Support toolkit resource.
Facilitation of strategic planning to further assist communities in coordinating care and other resources for underserved people through collaborative networks and models.
A subcontract with the University of North Carolina’s Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention to develop the Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSMES) Toolkit: A Comprehensive Resource to Achieving Success in Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support.
A contract to work with the local public health department to address the opioid crisis in the surrounding areas of their community through the organization of coalition meetings, creation of marketing, and the formation of PORTs (Post-Overdose Response Team).
A contract with NACDD to provide technical assistance and content area expertise in the development of a multi-day virtual training on Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support (DSMES).
A contract with NACHC to implement a childhood weight management initiative with selected federally qualified health centers in North Carolina.
Facilitation of the grant review process to award funds to North Carolina agencies to increase access to quality health care services for migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their families.
A quality improvement and evaluation contract with NCFHP to assess farmworker health assessment and farmworker feedback processes.
A contract to work with Federally Qualified Health Centers to increase pneumococcal pneumonia vaccination rates in adults 65 years and older. Another contract to provide quality improvement technical assistance to critical access hospitals across North Carolina.