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Data Enhancement Project

General Information

Document Type:AWARD
Posted Date:Oct 10, 2017
Category: Special Studies and Analyses - Not R&D
Set Aside:N/A

Contracting Office Address

Department of Health and Human Services, Food and Drug Administration, Office of Acquisitions and Grants Services - Rockville, 5630 Fishers Lane, Room 2129, Rockville, Maryland, 20857-0001, United States

Description

Contract Award Date:         DTD 092517

Contract Award Number:    CNT HHSF223201610028I_HHSF22301004T

Contract Award Amount:     AMT $427,972.40

Contract Line Item Number: 

Contractor:     TO DENVER HEALTH AND HOSPITALS AUTHORITY (RADARS), 777 Bannock St., Denver, Colorado 80204-4507, United StatesThe overarching goal of this task order is to improve the existing data resource to better meet FDAs data needs for regulating opioids and other products with abuse potential. The objectives of the Data Resource Verification, Enhancement, Validation, and Refinement project are (1) to gain a better understanding of the representativeness of two of RADARS sources of data: the Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) that monitors prevalence of prescription opioid abuse among admissions to federally approved opioid agonist treatment programs and the Survey of Key Informants Patients (SKIP) Program that collects data from patients entering substance abuse treatment programs (excluding methadone programs) (2) to explore the feasibility of and potential strategies for obtaining a mutually agreed upon national probability sample derived from a well-defined underlying population, (3) to assess the extent and characteristics of misclassification in the OTP and SKIP surveys, and (4) to develop approaches for improved ascertainment and analytic approaches that address existing misclassification.|**|TO DENVER HEALTH AND HOSPITALS AUTHORITY (RADARS), 777 Bannock St., Denver, Colorado 80204-4507, United StatesThe overarching goal of this task order is to improve the existing data resource to better meet FDAs data needs for regulating opioids and other products with abuse potential. The objectives of the Data Resource Verification, Enhancement, Validation, and Refinement project are (1) to gain a better understanding of the representativeness of two of RADARS sources of data: the Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) that monitors prevalence of prescription opioid abuse among admissions to federally approved opioid agonist treatment programs and the Survey of Key Informants Patients (SKIP) Program that collects data from patients entering substance abuse treatment programs (excluding methadone programs) (2) to explore the feasibility of and potential strategies for obtaining a mutually agreed upon national probability sample derived from a well-defined underlying population, (3) to assess the extent and characteristics of misclassification in the OTP and SKIP surveys, and (4) to develop approaches for improved ascertainment and analytic approaches that address existing misclassification.|**|TO DENVER HEALTH AND HOSPITALS AUTHORITY (RADARS), 777 Bannock St., Denver, Colorado 80204-4507, United StatesThe overarching goal of this task order is to improve the existing data resource to better meet FDAs data needs for regulating opioids and other products with abuse potential. The objectives of the Data Resource Verification, Enhancement, Validation, and Refinement project are (1) to gain a better understanding of the representativeness of two of RADARS sources of data: the Opioid Treatment Program (OTP) that monitors prevalence of prescription opioid abuse among admissions to federally approved opioid agonist treatment programs and the Survey of Key Informants Patients (SKIP) Program that collects data from patients entering substance abuse treatment programs (excluding methadone programs) (2) to explore the feasibility of and potential strategies for obtaining a mutually agreed upon national probability sample derived from a well-defined underlying population, (3) to assess the extent and characteristics of misclassification in the OTP and SKIP surveys, and (4) to develop approaches for improved ascertainment and analytic approaches that address existing misclassification.

Original Point of Contact

POC Christopher R. McGucken, Phone: (240) 402-7566

Place of Performance

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