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Our Latest Research

  • $750M in budget cuts DO NOT mean consumer Medicaid benefit/coverage cuts

    Governor Mike DeWine announced that the state would cut the budget for the last two months of the fiscal year – including $210 million in cuts to Medicaid. But leaders have found a way to make these cuts to Medicaid without restricting eligibility for new enrollees or reducing coverage or benefits for existing Medicaid consumers. Learn more here.

  • The Math of Reopening: Looking into Ohio’s COVID-19 Testing and Mortality Numbers

    The United States now leads the world in deaths related to COVID-19, representing one-third of all global daily deaths. While this figure is tragic, many states, including Ohio, aggressively implemented physical distancing policies to contain the spread of the virus and flatten the curve. Now, with Ohio poised to roll-back some of those public health measures, questions remain as to how we quantify and understand the impact of COVID-19, especially as Ohio’s cases, hospitalizations and number of deaths continue to rise. Read more here.

  • Service provision has been disrupted, but agencies are adapting: Results of Community Solutions’ COVID-19 Survey

    Over two weeks in late April, The Center for Community Solutions surveyed groups across Ohio to collect real-time feedback on how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting them. We gathered 734 responses from a wide range of local government agencies, philanthropic funders, faith-based groups and nonprofits including direct service providers, associations and policy organizations. Learn more here.