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H2P Comparison Cohort Design
Transcript of H2P Comparison Cohort Design
Cincinnati State, El Centro, Owens, Pine Tech, and Texarkana all have impacted LPN POSs
El Centro and Pine Tech have been selected as primary cohort providers
Will also provide retrospective samples, from the entry cohort of Fall 2010
Ashland and Jefferson have non-impacted LPN POSs, and will provide those in the Fall 2012 entry cohort as a comparison cohort Health Professions
Pathways (H2P) Health Informatics Pathway POS: Medical Coding Certification
Owens is the only institution with this as an impacted POS
Therefore will provide primary as well as retrospective (starting Fall 2010) cohort
Cincinnati State (Coding Specialist) and Jefferson (Medical Coding and Reimbursement Specialist) will provide comparison cohorts, in the Fall 2012 entry cohort Diagnostic Pathway POS: EMT-Paramedic Credential
Malcolm X and Texarkana have impacted EMT-Paramedic POSs
Both will provide primary cohort
Will also provide retrospective cohort, with Fall 2010 entry
Cincinnati State is the only partner college with a non-impacted EMT-Paramedic program, will provide this program as a comparison cohort, with entry in Fall 2012 Cohort Study Design Health Professions Pathways (H2P) Important Notes about design:
1 POS selected for each pathway (Therapeutic, Diagnostic, Health Informatics)
All institutions with that POS will be providing student data, but some will be selected as "primary" cohort programs, for matching and comparison
Both concurrent and retrospective sampling will be used for all 3 POSs
Concurrent: Non-impacted, closely-related POSs selected from partner colleges
Retrospective: Cohort of students who attended prior to TAACCCT funding Sidebar: Notes Regarding Consent Retrospective and concurrent samples both present difficulty in regards to consent
Retrospective students may have moved on or graduated
Concurrent students may not consent
OCCRL cannot receive SSNs without consent (IRB)
...yet, we need UI Wage data to be in compliance
Institutions are allowed to share SSNs with UI Wage entities in order to meet state and federal compliance:
"the Department had provided guidance that State educational authorities could designate a State Unemployment Insurance agency as an authorized representative for the purpose of conducting wage record matches to carry out the performance reporting requirements of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA)." - Federal Register, Vol. 76, No. 232, p. 75617 For Further Reading Sharing SSNs with state UI Wage administration as permissible
2001 Memorandum on FERPA http://www.doleta.gov/usworkforce/documents/misc/ferpa.cfm
2011 Federal Register v. 36, #232 http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2011-12-02/pdf/2011-30683.pdf Wage record matches, which are also the most efficient and reliable method for obtaining this performance information, are accomplished by conducting a computer match of the Social Security Number (SSN) of the student (maintained by the educational institution) with the wage records that are maintained by State agencies administering the unemployment insurance program. The SSN maintained by the educational institution is an education record under FERPA. Under the exceptions discussed below, an educational institution may disclose an SSN to an entity involved in the administration of section 122, that has been authorized by the state educational authority to receive such information. For example, one of the FIPPs principles is that individuals should have the right to prevent information for one purpose from being used for another. FERPA expressly permits the redisclosure, without consent, of PII from education records for a reason other than the reason for which the PII was originally collected, if the redisclosure is made on behalf of the educational agency or institution that provided the PII and the redisclosure meets the requirements of sec. 99.31.