In addition to CHRT’s cornerstone programs–the health policy fellowship, the Washtenaw Health Initiative, and the physician and consumer surveys–CHRT regularly manages mission-relevant research, demonstration, and educational projects with funding from public sector partners, as well as paid consulting projects for public and private sector clients.
Client(s): National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation
Need: People with disabilities are one of the largest and most underserved subpopulations in the United States. This group experiences higher prevalence, incidence, and burden of disease as well as shorter survival and differences in access to, quality…
CHRT's Role: CHRT is working with UM's Center for Disability Health and Wellness to establish a national training center on healthy aging for people with physical disabilities. Over the five-year grant period, the center will develop and promote evidence-based interventions and will act as a national resource center for stakeholders,…Read more >
Client(s): Michigan Department of Health and Human Services
Need: In 2019, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) engaged CHRT in preliminary preparation for strategic planning activities around long-term services and supports (LTSS). MDHHS asked CHRT to facilitate a comprehensive process…
CHRT's Role: For this project, CHRT will conduct and analyze interviews with 16 advocacy groups, service providers, and other stakeholders to inform MDHHS’s LTSS strategic plan. CHRT will organize a meeting with MDHHS’ Behavioral and Physical Health and Aging Services Administration (BPHASA) leadership and LTSS program leads to…Read more >