Adventist Health PAIR Tool

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The Adventist Health Priority Area Indicator Ranking (PAIR) tool was designed to help the AH Community Benefit Team create, enhance, and activate community health needs assessments and interventions. The PAIR tool helps hospitals prioritize the individual characteristics that need the most attention and the high-level health category that needs addressed the most at the community level.

All Things STL

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The All Things STL platform is early-iteration access to secondary indicators and mapping capabilities for the St. Louis Regional Data Alliance.

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Coalition Against Trafficking & Exploitation

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CARES has partnered with the Coalition Against Trafficking and Exploitation (CATE) to develop an interactive and dynamic resource map. The resource map will be embedded on a CATE platform and updated annually with new information.

University of Missouri System Broadband Initiative

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The goal of the project is to encourage sustianable build-out of reliable high-speed internet (broadband) infrastructure and use of broadband-based applications to improve the lives of all Missourians. CARES maintains and curates the Missouri Broadband Resource Rail and supports Initiative projects through data collection, analysis, mapping, and the creation of story maps for projects in designated communities.

Show-Me-Select Heifer

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The Show-Me-Select project provides a database and web interface to better track information on production and sales for producers involved in the Show-Me-Select Heifer program. The protected website allows for data entry, reporting, and temporal tracking of sales data. CARES manages the site to allow data entry and extraction by Extension staff for the use of producers, veterinarians, and specialists in Missouri.

Community Health Workers of Missouri Portal

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The aim of this project is to provide a robust and engaging online community where Community Health Workers of Missouri can share resources, make recommendations, and access professional development resources. CARES provides web development, data access, and tools to help Community Health Workers across the state better serve their communities.