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Shrinking budgets and expanding bodies
O’Dare Wilson, K., & Scott, D. L. (2015). Shrinking budgets and expanding bodies: Battling obesity when the economic belt is tight. Journal of Community Practice, 23(3), 477-491. doi:10.1080/10705422.2015.1091419
Steps have been taken to improve community public health infrastructure throughout Florida (Report No. 06-53)
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2006). Steps have been taken to improve community public health infrastructure throughout Florida (Report No. 06-53). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Beyond the ecomap
O’Dare Wilson, K., & Lombardo, L. (2015). Beyond the ecomap: Why social work needs geovisualiztion in practice, policy, teaching, and research. Conference of the National Association of Social Workers- Florida Chapter, Orlando, FL.
Environmental sprawl and weight status
O’Dare, K. (2011). Environmental sprawl and weight status: The paradox of obesity in the food desert.
An ounce of prevention
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2015). An ounce of prevention: Operationalizing healthy eating and active living recommendations with social work core values. American Public Health Association Conference, Chicago, IL.
Beyond the Ecomap
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2016). Beyond the Ecomap: GIS as a Promising Yet Chronically Under-Utilized Method in Social Work. Social Work and Social Sciences Review, 18(2), 58-66.
Place matters
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2016). Place matters: Mitigating obesity with the person-in-environment approach. Social Work in Health Care, 55(3), 214-230. doi:10.1080/00981389.2015.1107017
Beyond the ecomap
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2016). Beyond the ecomap: GIS as a promising yet chronically under-utilized method in social work. Social Work & Social Sciences Review, 18(2), 58-66.
Addressing childhood obesity among children in care
O’Dare Wilson, K., & Scott, D. L. (2016). Addressing childhood obesity among children in care: The missing Iink to promoting physical wellbeing outcomes. Journal of Family Social Work, 19(3), 167-193. doi:10.1080/10522158.2016.1155103
Medicaid Reform:Choice counseling goal met, but some beneficiaries experience difficulties selecting a health plan that best meets their needs
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2008). Medicaid Reform:Choice counseling goal met, but some beneficiaries experience difficulties selecting a health plan that best meets their needs: (Report No. 08-46). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Medicaid Reform
Johnson, J., Hendlin, R., Shafer, K., O’Dare, K., Lowry, A., & Witgert, K. (2008). Medicaid Reform: Beneficiaries earn enhanced benefits credits but spend only a small proportion (Report 08-45). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Medicaid Reform
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2008). Medicaid Reform: More managed care options available; Differences limited by federal and state requirements (Report No. 08-38). Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Medicaid Reform
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2008). Medicaid Reform: Two-thirds of the initial pilot counties’ beneficiaries are enrolled in reform plans (Report No. 08-40). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
A Medicaid buy-in program would increase health care access for the uninsured but also increase state costs (Report No. 05-62)
Nye, M. A., O’Dare, K., & Shah, L. (2005). A Medicaid buy-in program would increase health care access for the uninsured but also increase state costs (Report No. 05-62). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
AHCA making progress but stronger detection, sanctions, and managed care oversight needed (Report No. 08-08)
Shafer, K., O’Dare, K., & Witgert, K. (2008). AHCA making progress but stronger detection, sanctions, and managed care oversight needed (Report No. 08-08). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Better reporting still needed on Healthy Communities, Healthy People Initiative (Progress Report No. 07-33)
Johnson, J., & O’Dare, K. (2007). Better reporting still needed on Healthy Communities, Healthy People Initiative (Progress Report No. 07-33). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
Florida’s Certificate of Need process ensures qualified hospice programs; Performance reporting is important to assess hospice quality (Report No. 06-29)
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2006). Florida’s Certificate of Need process ensures qualified hospice programs; Performance reporting is important to assess hospice quality (Report No. 06-29). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA ).
Medicaid Reform
O’Dare Wilson, K. (2008). Medicaid Reform: Few beneficiaries have participated in the opt-out program (Report No. 08-37). Office of Program Policy Analysis & Government Accountability (OPPAGA).
But where can we buy an ounce of prevention?
O’Dare Wilson, K., & Radey, M. (2016). But where can we buy an ounce of prevention?: Sprawl, access, and fresh fruit and vegetable consumption. Social Work in Public Health, 31(4), 316-327. doi:10.1080/19371918.2015.1137507
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