Funding: James W. Mold MD, MPH
 

COMPLETED RESEARCH SUPPORT (Selected from 2007- 2014)

1U54RR033563                      James (PI)                  08/01/2013 – 07/31/2018
NIH
Limited Competition: Institutional Development Award (IDeA) Program Infrastructure for Clinical and Translational Research
We propose to strengthen productive bidirectional relationships between researchers and communities in Oklahoma with an emphasis on primary care clinicians, pharmacists, and American Indian communities, expand community test sites by enhancing three practice-based research networks (family practice/general internal medicine, pediatrics, and pharmacy), and build a system wide dissemination/implementation/diffusion infrastructure consisting of county health improvement organizations (CHIOs) linked to each other and, through regional coordinating centers, to the academic research partners. We will also provide training and technical assistance to researchers and clinicians affiliated with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and to the Oklahoma City Area Inter-Tribal Health Board, which includes 43 federally recognized tribes and at least 38 tribal and IHS health systems and facilities located throughout Oklahoma.
Role: subcontract PI

1P30HS021644-01                 Mold (PI)                     09/01/2012 – 08/31/2017
AHRQ
Establishing the Coordinated Consortium of Networks (CoCoNet)
This initiative will create a formal, coordinated coalition of regional practice-based research networks called CoCoNet (the Coordinated Coalition of Networks) that will include a broad spectrum of practices, clinicians, and patients from 4 different parts of the country. Role: PI

1 U18 HS020972-01  (Mold PI)  09/01/2011 – 08/31/2013
AHRQ
Primary care extension in Oklahoma: an evidence-based approach to dissemination and implementation of innovations in primary care.
Role: PI

1R18HS19945-01  (Mold PI)  09/01/2010 – 08/31/2013
AHRQ
Leveraging Practice-Based Research Networks to Accelerate Efforts Implementation and Diffusion of Chronic Kidney Disease Guidelines in Primary Care Practices.
We propose to facilitate, using evidence-based strategies, implementation of chronic kidney disease guidelines in one practice in each of 32 different communities in four different states. We will then help each of those practices spread the guidelines to two additional practices within those same communities, reaching a total of 96 practices. Strategies will include performance feedback, academic detailing, practice facilitation, IT support, local learning collaboratives, and inter-practice site visits.
Role: PI

Contract #:   (Tudiver PI)  11/01/2010 – 10/31/2013
HRSA
Establishment of a Practice-Based Research Network (PBRN) in eastern Tennessee.
The goal of this project is to build infrastructure to expand activities of AppNET, an Appalachian Practice Based Research Network (PBRN), to focus on improving quality of health care with an emphasis on cultural competency, health literacy, and health disparities in rural underserved areas.
Role: Consultant to East Tennessee State University Department of Family Medicine

HHSA290 2007100091 (Mold PI)  07/01/2010 – 06/30/2012
AHRQ Task Order
Integrating Primary Care Practices and Community-Based Program to Manage Obesity
The goal of this project is to improve the management of obese patients in primary care by 1) supporting linkages between primary care practices and community-based resources to support obesity treatment and management; and 2) creating an implementation guide on obesity management to be disseminated widely to diverse primary care settings that describes optimal processes for developing, assessing, and maintaining effective linkages with community-based programs.
Role: PI

HHSA290200710009  (Mold PI)  09/15/2009 – 09/30/2012
AHRQ – Task Order #17
Using Health Information Technology to Improve Healthcare Quality in Primary Care Practices and in Transitions Between Care Settings
The goal of this project is to connect primary care practices, that are already using electronic health records and are linked through a local health information exchange hub, to a regional health information organization called SMRTNET, which will provide access to a broader range of information, from a variety of sources, including hospital records, laboratory tests, pharmacy records, and a statewide immunization registry. It is anticipated that access to this additional health care information will reduce unnecessary laboratory testing, improve medication reconciliation, reduce hospital readmissions, decrease some practice administrative costs, and improve patient satisfaction with continuity of care.
Role: PI

Project #   (Mold PI)  08/01/2010 – 09/30/2011
Oklahoma State Department of Health
Development of Guidebook for a County-based Intervention to Increase use of Low-dose Aspirin by Adults at High Risk for Cardiovascular Events
The goal of this project is to develop a printed and electronic Guidebook for use by community-based organizations such as Turning Point to educate Oklahomans at high risk for cardiovascular events to discuss the use of low-dose aspirin with their personal physicians.
Role: PI

HHSA290200710009  (Mold PI)  09/15/2009 – 09/30/2011
AHRQ – Task Order #17
Using Health Information Technology to Improve Healthcare Quality in Primary Care Practices and in Transitions Between Care Settings
The goal of this project is to connect primary care practices, that are already using electronic health records and are linked through a local health information exchange hub, to a regional health information organization called SMRTNET, which will provide access to a broader range of information, from a variety of sources, including hospital records, laboratory tests, pharmacy records, and a statewide immunization registry. It is anticipated that access to this additional health care information will reduce unnecessary laboratory testing, improve medication reconciliation, reduce hospital readmissions, decrease some practice administrative costs, and improve patient satisfaction with continuity of care.
Role: PI

20090655   (Mold PI)  07/01/2010 – 06/30/2011
Oklahoma Healthcare Authority
Linking Primary Care Practices and Community-Based Nutrition Education Programs
The goal of this project is to facilitate and thereby increase referrals, from selected primary care practices throughout Oklahoma, of SoonerCare CHOICE patients at risk for obesity related health issues
Role: PI

RFA-HS-10-005  (Peterson PI)  2009 – 2011
AHRQ
Practice Coaching to Implement the Chronic Care Model in Safety Net Practices
Role: Consultant

1 R01 HL091827-01 A 2 (Mold PI)  09/01/2009 – 08/31/2011
NIH
Implementation of NHBLI Asthma Guidelines in Primary Care: A Comparison of Four Approaches.
The goals of this project are to test the independent and combined effectiveness of practice facilitation and local learning collaboratives on implementation of asthma guidelines.
Role: PI

Project #  (Mold PI)   2009 – 2010
Oklahoma Health Care Authority
Improving the quality and quantity of EPSDT visits in Oklahoma.
The goal of this project is improve the quality and quantity of EPSDT visits in Oklahoma.
Role: PI

20100251  (Knox PI)   07/01/2009 – 06/30/2011
AHRQ
Implementing Practice Coaching and the Chronic Care Model in Practices Serving Vulnerable Populations
The goals of this project are to develop and test a practice coaching model that helps safety net practices implement the Chronic Care Model.
Role: Subcontract PI

C1060501  (Mold PI)   09/01/2009 – 06/30/2010
AHRQ – Master Contract Task Order #18
Expansion of the PBRN 'Stay-at-Home Influenza Toolkit'
The goal of this project is to improve methods of communicating with the public through automated communication systems.
Role: PI

RFA-HS-08-003 (Scheid PI)   06/01/2008 – 08/31/2011
AHRQ
Modeling Prioritization of Health Care for Complex Patients Using Archimedes
The major goal is to investigate the comparative calculated efficacy of combinations of recommended interventions for hypothetical patients with diabetes mellitus type II, hypertension, and hypercholesterolemia using Archimedes, a complex simulation model that uses differential equations and other formulas from regression and decision methods.
Role: Co-Investigator

2008-02  (McGuinn PI)   10/01/2008 – 09/30/2010
AUCD
Helping Family Practitioners Improve Developmental Services in Primary Care
This project aims to improve care provided by family practitioners which can lead to more timely receipt of services by children with developmental disabilities and in turn contribute to improve public health.
Role: Co-Investigator

C3058301  (Fagnan PI)   09/01/2008 – 08/31/2010
AHRQ - Master Contract Task Order #11
Beta Testing of the Medical Office Survey on Patient Survey (SOPS)
The purpose of this study is to conduct a large scale test of a newly-developed Medical Office Survey on Patient Safety (SOPS). Responses will be used to assess the safety culture of practices.
Role: Subcontract PI

C3055001  (Mold PI)   09/01/2008 – 08/31/2009
AHRQ - Master Contract Task Order #3
Management of Obstructive Sleep Apnea by Primary Care Providers.
This project will obtain information from a representative sample of primary care clinicians and their patients and the organizations involved in the recognition, diagnosis, and management of OSA in adults.
Role: PI

C1055801  (Mold PI)   08/01/2008 – 06/30/2009
Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH)
Stephens County Community Health Improvements Project
We propose to develop and conduct a pilot test and make recommendations about a plan to increase appropriate use of aspirin by people in Stephens County at increased risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attacks, and ischemic strokes.
Role: PI

C1053601  (Scheid PI)   07/01/2008 – 06/30/2010
Oklahoma Tobacco Research Center (OTRC)
Tobacco Relapse Prevention: Factors for Success
We propose to conduct a cross-sectional study of factors associated with long-term (>2 years) abstinence from tobacco use in order to identify successful factors for long-term abstinence.
Role: Co-Investigator

C1053501  (Mold PI)   07/01/2008 – 06/30/2009
Oklahoma Health Care Authority
Improving the quality and quantity of EPSDT visits in Delaware County
The purpose of this contract is to develop a more cost effective method for improving child health services for SoonerCare members.
Role: PI

C3050501  (Mold PI)   09/01/2007 – 08/31/2010
AHRQ
Impact of a wellness portal on the delivery of patient-centered prospective care.
The goal of this project is to develop and test a patient wellness portal that activates and empowers patients to improve their preventive care collaborating with their primary care clinicians.
Role: PI

C1052010  (Mold PI)   09/01/2007 – 08/31/2008
AHRQ - Master Contract Task Order #2
The Use of Health Information Technologies by Primary Care Practices to Support Self Care Management during a Pandemic Influenza Event.
The major goals of this project were to improve primary care practice surge capacity by implementing technologies that assist patients in home-based self-management during an influenza epidemic or pandemic.
Role: PI

C1034003  (Mold PI)   07/01/2007 – 06/30/2008
Oklahoma Health Care Authority
Increasing EPSDT Completion Rates in Primary Care Practices
The purpose of this project is to develop a more effective countrywide system of child health services for SoonerCare members.
Role: PI

Project #   (Mold PI)  07/01/2006 – 06/30/2007
Oklahoma Health Care Authority
Improving the quality and quantity of EPSDT visits in Canadian County
The goal of this project is to improve the quality and quantity of EPSDT visits in Canadian County, Oklahoma.
Role: PI

D58 HP05177-03  (Reilly PI)  07/01/2005 – 06/30/2008
HRSA
Training in Primary Care Medicine & Dentistry: Residency Training in Primary Care
The major goal of this training grant is to develop, implement, and evaluate a curriculum designed to teach family medicine residents in the three residency programs (OKC, Enid, Lawton) administered by the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine (DFPM) at the University of Oklahoma, to use the Chronic Care (CCM) and Goal-Directed Health Care (GDHC) Models to improve the care provided to patients with chronic illnesses and increase the delivery of preventive services.
Role: Co-investigator

HR05-083   (Mold PI)  07/01/2005 – 06/30/2007
Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology
Creating a New Model for Delivery of Preventive Services
The major goal of this project is to establish then study, within a single primary care practice in Weatherford, Oklahoma, a model, evidence-based preventive services delivery system. The model system, which will substantially separate preventive services from routine office visits, will include brief, periodic “longevity visits” between physician and patient followed by longitudinal interactions between the patient and a preventive services nurse. The entire process will be facilitated by a computerized patient registry with decision support, recall and reminder, and audit functions.
Role: PI

62333   (Mold PI)  07/01/2005 – 06/30/2007
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Systematic Delivery of Brief Behavioral Counseling in Primary Care
We will study the impact of a multi-component translational strategy on use of brief interventions for improving diet, increasing exercise, and reducing cigarette and alcohol use in primary care practices. The aims are to: 1. Develop and administer training modules pertaining to each behavior; 2. Implement the interventions; and 3. Evaluate the project for reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and sustainability.
Role: PI

4000535959   (Duff PI)  07/01/2005 – 06/30/2007
National Alliance for Research in Schizophrenia and Affective Disorders
Mood and Thinking in Older Adults
The purpose of this study is to examine the effect (good or bad) of past mood difficulties on thinking in older adults. Additionally, we will examine the effect of past psychiatric treatments on thinking in adults as they age.
Role: Subcontract PI