ICH is working with the Justice Resource Institute (JRI) and associated organizations on a mixed methods evaluation examining implementation of evidence-based practices for trauma-informed care.
ICH assists Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) to manage quarterly data reporting on services received by patients with HIV/AIDS. This includes cleaning, recoding, consolidating, and uploading data to a centralized system, in order to meet state reporting requirements.
ICH is evaluating a CDC-funded demonstration project to increase testing and treatment of people at high-risk for latent TB infection in Lynn, Massachusetts.
Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts, strives to provide high quality care across all clinical service areas, including Labor and Delivery. ICH supported Mount Auburn with the analysis of quantitative data from a study assessing the impact of training Labor…
ICH is evaluating RIZE Massachusetts’ inaugural grant program, which seeks to increase access to treatment for opioid use disorder among vulnerable populations.
ICH conducted qualitative patient interviews to inform the design of disease management programs for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, congestive heart failure, diabetes, opioid use disorder, or chronic pain at Cambridge Health Alliance.