At Altarum Institute, we are motivated by our role as a leading nonprofit research and consulting organization.
Our teams offer a powerful range of services and expertise with one clear purpose: to enable better health for all people.
Linc Smith, President and Chief Executive Officer
Rosemary Gibson, Board Chair
Altarum and its subsidiaries,
Palladian Partners and KAI Research, Inc., delivered exceptional results in 2015.
Here are some examples of how we supported
our clients and made an impact.
Tooth decay affects more U.S. children
than any other infectious disease.
Altarum’s Health Innovations and Technical Assistance team and its partners are providing clinician support, IT solutions, and an online community portal to positively
since May 2015.
Women with HIV are
to have experienced intimate partner violence and those in violent relationships have
Altarum’s behavioral health team provided training so that IPV and HIV service providers can benefit from increased awareness of this intersection.
Altarum’s Business Advisory Services revenue operations project for the Veteran’s Health Administration has
from third-party payers—money that goes directly back into supporting care for Veterans.
While health care spending
only recently has the U.S. Department of Commerce made significant strides to better measure this critical economic sector. Altarum is assisting this effort by updating and enhancing its novel spending by medical condition framework.
Through the Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Training and Research Resource Center, Altarum led national workgroups to develop a strategic plan for MCH training, review and improve performance measures, and facilitate cross-program collaboration for
in the future MCH workforce.
Altarum has leveraged webinars,
classroom training, and newsletter articles to advance the health knowledge and analytical
Navy Medicine and Military Health System
attendees at these events.
The National Institute on Aging’s
clinical trials range from
and have been improved by KAI’s quality and safety procedures and by the coding of
People who are more engaged in their care have better outcomes, increased patient safety, and often lower costs. Researchers using the
demonstrated that ACE predicts which people with diabetes will have better control over their diabetes.
Our financial position remains strong and we continue to invest in growth and internal research.
Altarum is at the forefront of health systems research and innovation.
We invite you to join our network, offer your ideas, and collaborate with us as we build a healthier future.
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