The goal of the Rural Opioid Technical Assistance (ROTA) project is to support University of Missouri Extension field faculty in developing, analyzing, and disseminating data and outcomes on addressing opioid issues in rural communities.
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.
The Trinity Health Data Hub supports a network of hospitals and their community benefit teams by providing easy access to core health outcomes and behaviors. The Hub hosts two reports – a custom Community Health Needs Assessment and a Vital Sign report. Data are available by hospital service area, aggregate areas, and system-wide.
Community Connect collects and showcases engagement and youth development activities sponsored by the University of Missouri System. Engagements from across the four campuses are collected through standardized forms which are then easily posted as stories on the portal.
Serves as MU Extension site consolidator for nutrient management. Farmers, researchers, and technicians can learn to use this information to maximize cost efficiency by using manure as a fertilizer and comply with state and federal requirements, such as those pertaining to nitrogen runoff. >>> Additional Info: Provides a hub for mapping and managing nutrients in farms (layers). It helps farmers, through the assistance of technicians, plan, determine, and report nutrient usage in farms as a Federal requirement.
Partnership for a Healthier America hosts both a Hub and a Widget on the CARES Network. PHA is focused on encouraging healthier eating and lifestyles for children and young adults by improving local food environments. The ImPHAct Map, available on the PHA website, collects and displays information on corner stores and campuses who have committed to be PHA partners.
ADD INFO ABOUT GLOBAL VIEWER – The Population Health Assessment Engine (PHATE) provides an investigative tool for physicians, hospitals, and clinics to visualize neighborhood characteristics and patient health risk factors in their service area (by Census Tract). The tool integrates data from the American Board of Family Medicine’s (ABFM) Prime Registry database, but registers users can also upload information to visualize service area characteristics.
The Missouri Ag Intel portal promotes the growth of alternative crops among farmers in the state. This University of Missouri project has created a website to provide tools such as maps to visualize available nearby markets and farms as well as information on how to improve management skills (labor, sales, marketing, etc.) and learn about crop growing requirements (weather, soil type, etc.).
The Missouri Community Action Network Data Hub is designed to assist local Community Action Agency staff in the development of Community Needs Assessments (CNAs). Launched in the early 2000’s, Missouri CAN was our first Community Needs Assessment report. The Missouri CAN Data Hub provides access to core secondary indicators for assessing and addressing poverty. The Hub also provides Missouri CAA’s with access to state-sourced data and a full Map Room.
The Well Connected Communties portal serves as a resource for more than 39 communtities across 17 states who are working towards meeting healthy living goals. Managed by National 4H and supported by CARES, the Well Connected Communities Hub provides grantees access to a robust Community Health Needs Assessment tool, County Health Rankings reports, quarterly reporting forms, resources from the field, and archived professional development events.