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HealthHIV houses an internal research and evaluation function unique to HIV nonprofits. Our approach is to advance effective prevention, care and treatment for people living with, or at risk for, HIV and HCV as well as the LGBT community through the use of original, unique data analysis and evaluation methods. The Research & Evaluation team uses data to guide and enhance HealthHIV's work across its core capabilities, conduct continuous quality improvement in programming, and disseminate findings.

Core Capabilities

Program Monitoring and Evaluation

  • Tools Development
  • Needs Assessments
  • Organizational Assessments
  • Process and Outcome Evaluation
  • Impact Evaluation
  • Key Performance Measurement
  • Cost-Benefit/Effectiveness Analysis
  • Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI)
  • Quantitative, and Qualitative/Mixed Methods Analysis
  • Information Dissemination

Health Services Research

  • Policy Analysis
  • HIV/HCV Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance
  • Affordable Care Act
  • Social Determinants of Health Research 
  • Literature Reviews

Capacity Building for Effective Evaluation

  • Evaluability Assessments
  • Establishing goals, objectives and associated metrics
  • Ethnographic Assessments
  • Training and Technical Assistance

Geo-Mapping

  • Mapping HIV data to visualize information to inform advocacy, prevention and technical assistance.
  • Overlaying multiple datasets to tell different stories with data

Survey Design

  • Design surveys both national and local in scope on issues pertinent to the changing healthcare landscape;
    • HIV in Primary Care
    • Hepatitis C
    • HIV Consumer Perspectives on healthcare
    • Gap Analysis and Needs Assessments for stakeholder audiences
  • Surveys that reach key stakeholders
    • Primary Care Providers
    • HIV Specialists
    • HIV Consumers
    • Health Departments
    • Ryan White Administrators

Contact


If you have any questions about HealthHIV's Research & Evaluation function, to email our Research and Evaluation Manager, Jamie Orose, or call 202-232-6749.

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