Technical Assistance and Consulting

The CHI provides technical assistance and consulting services to large and small organizations in both the public and private sectors. The CHI helps build the capacity of organizations to enable them to meet their stated objectives and performance goals. We have extensive experience working with diverse populations and with organizations in various stages of development and capability. The CHI’s technical assistance services help organizations interested in improving and expanding the public health and health care services they provide. Our clients include community-based organizations, city, state and federal agencies, and foundations all of which look to the CHI to provide comprehensive, integrated, and innovative approaches to meet their unique needs.

  • Grant writing and proposal development
  • Strategic planning, group facilitation and consensus development
  • Coalition building
  • Program design and implementation
  • Performance Management
  • Mission statement development
  • Market assessment – national, state, district, and local levels
  • Identify organizational strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats
  • Assistance with strategy development and implementation
  • Short-term, on-site management support
  • Operational efficiency reviews and staff analysis
  • Training on CPT coding and HIPPAA compliance
  • Managed care contracting and contract management
  • Accounting support
  • Federal MUA/P designation
  • Design and dissemination of mail, telephone and web-based surveys, and in-person interviews
  • Technical assistance to program and project staff
  • Build local capacity to conduct household, community and facility-based surveys
  • Survey design for diverse populations, hard-to-reach groups, and low-literacy groups
  • Community needs assessments, process evaluations, outcome evaluations and epidemiological studies
  • Capacity building of organizations to enable them to meet stated objectives and performance goals
  • Assistance with improving and expanding public health and health care services
  • System, organizational, personnel and community/individual development
  • Incorporation of consumer perspectives and input into both policy development and program operations