January 31, 2017
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HIV treatment adherence, measuring severity of client needs, addressing inequities among children

Project implementation leads to better health for vulnerable populations

Implementation.

Every team has been there-you have a goal and have put together a plan to achieve it. But there’s a nagging voice whispering, “Are we missing anything? Is there a better way of doing this? Are there tools out there I can use?” Implementing a project–putting it into effect–is made up of many small decisions which together can spell success or failure. Our team at the Center for Advancing Health Policy and Practice (CAHPP) at Boston University School of Public Health collaborates with organizations to build and strengthen their structural capacity, operate more effective and efficient clinical programs, and improve health care access and service delivery. We have years of experience helping local health departments, community health centers, primary care clinics, community-based organizations, and social services provider agencies implement successful projects that improve the health and well-being of the people they serve.

Our Winter 2017 email newsletter presents three examples from the past and present.