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Military Health System Medical Military Construction Economic Analyses (EAs) and Health Care Requirements Analyses (HCRAs)
For the MHS, Altarum Institute developed the Health Care Requirements Analysis approach for forecasting the health care needs of local populations and determining the most cost-effective manner for meeting those needs.
Altarum assisted SAMHSA in providing technical assistance and training to help all 50 state substance abuse agencies respond to the requirements of health care reform, individual State initiatives, and new federal regulations.
Altarum’s subsidiary, Palladian Partners, plays a key role in crafting social media strategies for clients and creating and presenting content to engage varied audiences.
Altarum gathered extensive qualitative data to produce a call to action on women's mental health for policymakers, researchers, and health care providers.
Altarum estimated the potential cost of returning Veterans to DHHS-funded behavioral health care systems for ASPE.
Altarum Institute provided logistics and planning support to the National Health Information Infrastructure Conference, a Secretarial Summit on Health Information Technology.
Evaluation of SAMHSA’s Community Mental Health Services and Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant Programs
Altarum conducted the first-ever national, independent evaluations of two major SAMHSA block grant programs: the Community Mental Health Services Block Grant and the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant.
Altarum Institute supports the work of the American Health Information Community (AHIC), chartered to promote the use of health information technologies, through the coordination and facilitation of numerous expert in-person and Web-based meetings.
Altarum Institute manages the Learning Partnership, which is supported by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
Palladian Partners, an Altarum subsidiary, worked with the Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Defense and 10 partnering organizations to develop branded promotional and meeting materials for the 2010 Technologies for Critical Incident Preparedness Conference and Exhibition.
U.S. Military Institutional Review Boards rely on science writers from Altarum’s subsidiary, Palladian Partners, to capture their human research discussions accurately and maintain strict confidentiality.
Altarum’s subsidiary, Palladian Partners, has provided wide-ranging strategic communication support to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s sodium reduction campaign.
Altarum’s subsidiary, Palladian Partners, has led or supported NCRR efforts to identify and target media outlets, advocacy groups, and other potential avenues for disseminating materials that highlight NCRR activities.
Since 2007, Altarum’s subsidiary, Palladian Partners, has produced and written the quarterly NCRR Reporter for the National Center for Research Resources at the National Institutes of Health.
With their in-depth understanding of both science and communication, science writers help forge connections between researchers and bring research to the public. Science writers at Palladian Partners, an Altarum subsidiary, contribute articles to each issue of DCEG Linkage, the newsletter of the National Cancer Institute’s Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics.
As part of its nationwide sexually transmitted disease (STD) awareness and prevention campaign, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called on Altarum subsidiary, Palladian Partners, to produce low-literacy English- and Spanish-language brochures for young adults, millions of whom contract an STD every year.
Altarum developed a content strategy and visual redesign for OAR’s Science Serving People website.
As a subcontractor to Rife Communications, Altarum’s subsidiary Palladian Partners provided HHS’s Office on Women’s Health with strategic and tactical recommendations for womenshealth.gov.
Altarum subsidiary Palladian Partners planned, created, and has been hosting a webinar series on earned media for the CDC since 2011.