Evaluation and Research

The CHI designs and conducts evaluation research to provide valid, reliable and relevant evidence for improving public health programs. The CHI collects data that enables stakeholders to plan programs, track performance indicators, identify program strengths and weaknesses, determine if strategies need adjustment, advocate for appropriate resource allocations, and advance public health policies.

  • Qualitative and quantitative research
  • Feasibility studies
  • Market research
  • Needs assessment
  • Identify funding streams to help meet projected needs
  • Evaluation, assessment, and research work for private, federal, state and local-level clients
  • Policy recommendations
  • Data management and analysis
  • Focus groups, key informant interviews and other qualitative research
  • Health policy research
  • Needs assessment, asset mapping and gap analysis
  • Process and outcome evaluation
  • Program and multi-site evaluation
  • Survey design and implementation
  • Cost effectiveness analysis