Our capabilities include:
- Quantitative evaluation;
- Qualitative evaluation;
- Cost analysis;
- Mixed-method evaluation design;
- Multi-site evaluation;
- Participatory evaluation design and implementation.
Our evaluation work has informed a range of articles and other resources, including:
- Walter, A.W., and Bachman, S.S. Sustaining Early Childhood Mental Health Systems of Care in Pediatric Health Homes. White paper developed for The Boston Public Health Commission. Bureau of Children, Adolescent, and Family Health, Boston, MA, March 2014.
- Fox, J., Tobias, C., Bachman, S.S., Reznik, D.A., Rajabiun, S. and Verdecias, N. "Increasing Access to Oral Health Care for Persons with HIV/AIDS in the U.S.: Baseline results of a national multi-site evaluation project.” Public Health Reports, May, 2012.
- Walter, A.W., Bachman, S.S., Reznik, D.A., Cabral, H., Umez-Eronini, A, Avantika Nath, Minnjaun W. Flournoy, and Nancy S. Young. "Methamphetamine use and dental problems among adults enrolled in a program to increase access to oral health services for people living with HIV/AIDS." Public Health Reports 127, Supplement 2 (2012): 25-35.
- Rajabiun, S,, Tobias, C. and Phillipps, D. Transitioning MassCARE Youth to the Adult Health Care System: Perspective from Youth, Families and Providers. Final report for the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, March, 2011.
- Tobias, C., Rajabiun, S., Franks, J., Goldenkranz, S.B., Fine, D.N., Loscher-Hudson, B.S., Colson, P.W., and Coleman, S.M. "Peer Knowledge and Roles in Supporting Access to Care and Treatment." Journal of Community Health 35, no. 6 (2010): 609-617.
- Bachman, S.S., Walter, A.W., Kuilan, N., and Lundgren, L.M. "Implications of Medicaid coverage in a program for Latino substance users.” Evaluation and Program Planning 31, no. 1 (2008): 74-82.
- Bachman, S.S., Tobias, C., Master, R.j., Scavron, J., and Tierney, K. "A managed care model for Latino adults with chronic illness and disability: Results of the Brightwood Health Center intervention.” Journal of Disability Policy Studies 18, no. 4 (2008): 197-204.