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Data in public policy is simultaneously ambiguous and ubiquitous, cited as a critical need, an asset worth protecting and an elusive salve to the stereotypical inefficiencies of bureaucracy. However, in an age defined by the ability to collect and disseminate data, how has Ohio’s largest single source of coverage dealt with data? In what ways has data refashioned Medicaid, and what are the major trends informing these changes? This Issue Brief seeks to answer some of these questions and attempts to bring clarity to the intersection of Medicaid and data.
By the Numbers 4 is a series of reports about Ohio’s mental health and substance use disorder (SUD) services. This latest edition examines the current state of behavioral health services for adults involved with the criminal justice system, including barriers to accessing
The Ohio Cities Fact Sheets highlight demographic projections, educational attainment, employment, income, poverty, health coverage, Medicaid, health indicators, and human services participation in all of the cities within Cuyahoga County and in several large cities across the state.
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