CANS/FAST Technical Assistance & Support

Grants and Contracts Details


Michael J. Cull, PhD Principal Investigator (8.64% work effort / 1.04 month[s]). As the principal investigator (PI), Dr. Cull will lead the Center for Innovation in Population Health (IPH) team to assist and support the State of South Carolina, Department of Social Services in achieving ongoing, sustainable use of the Transformational Collaborative Outcomes Management (TCOM) framework, tools (i.e., South Carolina CANS and FAST), and related algorithm development and feedback. These supports include: 1. CANS/FAST Technical Assistance, Training, Coaching, and Consultation. a. CANS/FAST Training i. Mark Lardner, MSW, LCSW-C (6.33% FTE / .76 month[s]) ii. Tiffany Lindsey, EdD (15% FTE / 1.80 months) b. CANS/FAST Coaching and Consultation: Mark Lardner, MSW, LCSW-C (6.34% FTE / .76 month[s]) c. CANS/FAST Implementation, Technical Assistance & Consultation: April D. Fernando, PhD (5.50% FTE / .66 month[s]) 2. CANS/FAST Algorithm Development, Technical Assistance, and Feedback a. John S. Lyons, PhD (2% FTE / .24 month[s]) b. April D. Fernando, PhD (5.50% FTE / .66 month[s]) c. Stephen M. Shimshock, PhD (5% FTE / .60 month[s]) d. Mark Lardner, MSW, LCSW-C (6.33% FTE / .76 month[s]) 3. IPH Center staff will provide project support as follows: a. CANS/FAST Training – distance learning platform i. Joy Dicus (5% FTE / .60 month[s]) ii. Lauren Schmidt (5% FTE / .60 month[s]) b. CANS/FAST Algorithm data collection and feedback: Michaela Voit (11.13% FTE / 1.34 month[s])
Effective start/end date12/1/2012/31/21


  • South Carolina Department of Social Services: $215,329.00


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