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School Based Health Care Toolkit
The following toolkit was designed as a joint effort between the Ohio Department of Education, Ohio Department of Medicaid, Governor’s Office of Health Transformation, Ohio Department of Health and Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. The goal in its design was creating a toolkit that gives tactical advice and resources to excite schools and care providers about school-based health care. They also hope to answer some questions about which schools and providers have asked for guidance (e.g. data sharing). Note: While most resources are appropriate for both school and provider audiences, some note the intended individual audience.
We hope you both use this toolkit as a resource to either begin a new school-based health partnership or augment one that already exists. If you have any comments or resources to add, please do not hesitate to contact the school-based health support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The toolkit answers questions like:
What is school-based health care and how can I use this toolkit?
How do we get started?
How do we operationalize our partnership?
How can we ensure a sustainable model?
How do we measure success?
Resources for reference
Who is OSHSA and what are they about?
Highlights of accomplishments and direction moving forward
Quick Minutes of the meeting that occurred on October 26, 2016
Document that explains the requirements for contract procurement for Ohio's MSP program
Need to see if you have everything you need to qualify for Ohio's MSP? Check out this document
This FAQ document was created to offer guidance for individual therapy practitioners who intend to refer therapy services in the school setting as authorized in Ohio Revised Code (ORC) 5162.366, and House Bill 89 (HB89).
This brief (policy brief No. 2) and the two upcoming briefs described in the box below explore specific evidence-based policies and programs that have demonstrated both health and education benefits.