The Oregon Health Authority asks your assistance in collecting information about where Stanford self-management programs are offered across Oregon and who is participating. This information helps track statewide successes and identifies additional training, funding, and other support needs.
Starting in 2016, all data on Stanford self-management programs will be collected and reported through the Oregon Compass online data system.
In early 2016, the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is implementing Oregon Compass, a new online data system to replace the self-management database formerly housed at OHA. Compass, by QTAC-NY, is a unique online portal developed and operated by the Quality & Technical Assistance Center of NY. A registration and data management tool, Compass assists organizations in delivery and tracking of evidence-based health programs, including the Stanford Chronic Disease Self-Management Programs, the Diabetes Prevention Program, and Walk With Ease.
Access to Oregon Compass is available with no charge for organizations providing Stanford self-management programs, the National Diabetes Prevention Program, Walk With Ease, and other programs in Oregon.
Books for Data
Due to changes in grant funding, as of January 2016 OHA is no longer able to provide program books to Stanford program delivery organizations in return for data. Here are some ideas from local program coordinators to help stretch your organization’s book budget:
- Start a lending library
- Ask participants to share their book with a buddy
- Explain that books and CDs are on loan until the end of the workshop, when completers get to keep them
- If you have older versions of the book, use those for program promotion
- Consider charging a book fee at registration (always provide a scholarship option)
English Language Stanford Program Forms
All forms listed below will be available from Oregon Compass once the system is live. In the meantime, copies are provided here.
Spanish Language Stanford Program Forms
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