Altarum is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit advisory services and research organization. Our strong values, principles, ethics and integrity guide all that we do. Altarum maintains compliant integrated environments that provide the ability to rapidly respond to changing business needs. Our federal cognizant agency is the Department of Defense (DoD) under cage code 57949 and DUNS number 064184468. We have an approved accounting system, a government property system, and an estimating system under Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA) and Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA). Under our cage code, we use the following North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) and Product & Service Codes:
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services
All Other Information Services
Other Computer Related Services
Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting Services
Other Management Consulting Services
Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (except Nanotechnology and Biotechnology)
Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities
Marketing Research and Public Opinion Polling
All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
Professional and Management Development Training
Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Centers
Product & Service Codes
R&D-Medical: Health Services (Basic Research)
R&D-Medical: Health Services (Applied Research/Exploratory Development)
Federal Supply Service Authorized Federal Supply Schedule Price List Professional Services Schedule (PSS) Industrial Classes: 874-1 and 874-7
Contract Number: 47QRAA18D001D Effective Dates: November 11, 2017 to November 10, 2022
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Contract Number: HHSS283201700003I Effective Dates: February 21, 2017 to February 20, 2022
Pilot and Evaluation Projects
Program Related Projects
Policy Formation and Analysis
Program Marketing and Projects
Technical Assistance and Training Projects
SAMHSA Data Strategy Projects
Web and Extranet Site Projects
Contract Number: HHSP233201600027I Effective Dates: 4/01/2016 to 3/31/2021
This is an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Task Order contract that provides services primarily, but not exclusively, to the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE), and specifically to the Office of Disability, Aging, and Long-Term Care Policy within ASPE, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), in an effort to help achieve Office and HHS missions in a timely manner.
This IDIQ comprises of two technical areas:
Disability, Aging and Long-Term Care Policy and Data Analysis
Health Information Technology, Electronic Health Records, and Health Information Exchange
This IDIQ is to conduct multiple nationwide surveys. One of the surveys will examine the effect of violence across the lifespan and the association with health and functioning. Others will evaluate existing NCPTSD products like the PTSD Decision Aid or VetChange and the impact these online programs have on the user. Others will look to support evidence-based practices by evaluating educational products in order to continually improve their quality and effectiveness. This IDIQ is to secure (a) the ability to conduct large-scale surveys on participant samples provided by the NCPTSD, (b) access to existing panels of nationally-representative random samples of the general public (Veterans and non-Veterans) and samples of health providers, (c) survey and statistical knowledge to create and evaluate surveys, and (d) access to the most up-to-date survey strategies.
This is a multiple award Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract under which individual task orders will be awarded to procure expert healthcare quality improvement services for the “Network of Quality Improvement and Innovation Contractors (NQIIC).” NQIICs are defined as a set of quality improvement contractors that have the capability to achieve large scale improvement results using effective and innovative quality improvement strategies that are data driven, transparent, and empower patients, families and clinicians to make decisions about their healthcare. This program will allow for the full spectrum of quality improvement (QI) work that is in operation under current various QI contracts and task orders. This work may include statutorily required work, such as Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organizations (QIN-QIOs) and End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Network work as well as hospital focused large scale quality improvement work, clinician-focused technical assistance work, and other quality improvement work.
Altarum has provided for decades evaluation services to inform business planning and assess the performance and outcomes of state and federal grants programs. We have extensive experience designing, implementing, analyzing, and translating population health research. Our economic, policy, and survey research, and program evaluation services impact thousands of lives across the United States and address some of the most critical health issues of our time, including maternal and child nutrition, veterans health, opioid prescribing and substance abuse, and the implementation of health information technology (HIT).
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) is at the forefront of lowering and containing costs, improving quality and increasing access to health care to improve the lifelong health of Oregonians. OHA’s mission is to help people and communities achieve optimum physical, mental and social well-being through partnerships, prevention and access to quality, affordable health care.
The Health Authority is working to fundamentally improve how health care is delivered and paid for, but because poor health is only partially due to lack of medical care, OHA will also be working to reduce health disparities and to broaden the state's focus on prevention.
Major program areas include asthma, arthritis, cancer, diabetes, heart disease and stroke prevention, tobacco prevention and education, physical activity and nutrition, substance misuse prevention, and the statewide cancer registry.
Contract Number: RFR 500224 Effective Dates: Through June 30, 2024
Vendors will provide the department with technical assistance and expertise to generate the statistics needed to complete the requirements for grant applications, to inform the legislature and the public of the emerging and existing public health concerns, to tailor new intervention and prevention programs as well as evaluate the currently existing programs, and to generate knowledge to further improve the public’s health. The Department is procuring this as a master agreement contract, a process that creates a qualified list of consultants.
Primary areas of research include:
Survey research, including data collection, analysis and development of needs assessment
Linkage of large datasets (e.g., insurance claims with electronic medical record)
Complex statistical analyses of health data including changes in health outcomes with adjustments for environmental , policy, demographic, and other factors
Program evaluation, including design, analysis and report preparation
Forecasting analytic techniques
Small area and small domain estimation
Complex survey sample designs
Qualitative analysis and Mixed Methods analysis
Capture-recapture epidemiological studies to estimate prevalence of various conditions and diseases
Preparing and analyzing large insurance claims data for treatment pattern utilization, comparative and cost-effectiveness studies
Preparing and using electronic medical record data for quality improvement work, treatment utilization, comparative-effectiveness
Expertise in geo-spatial analysis
Subject matter expertise in health economics, cost-effectiveness analysis, comparative-effectiveness analysis, quality improvement work in clinical settings, health disparities research, mental health research, health policy analysis, secondary data analysis, ecological study design, demography, birth defects research, evidence-based home visiting and related MCH interventions.
Compile research findings related to occupational injuries and illnesses
Contract Number: RFR 500224 Effective Dates: Through June 30, 2024
To provide expert professional consultation, evaluation and coordination of services to address specialized health care and health safety related issues. Services may be performed in DPH disciplines to include: communicable disease control such as tuberculosis control and sexually transmitted disease control; family health and nutrition for pregnant women, newborns, and young children; behavioral health; children with special health care needs and their families; health care safety and quality for the investigation and evaluation of current medical practice and health related topics to improve the health and well being of the people of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; the childhood lead poisoning prevention program; and many others.
Services can include:
Specialized health care and safety expert consulting
Capacity-building activities/projects to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of health care operations
Provision of training and education services as a component to enhance a specific project
Quality improvement activities
Linkages and collaborations with a range of community partners and providers, which are essential to the provision of comprehensive health services
Tracking outcomes and evaluating the project
Making a Difference in Small Business Partnerships & Subcontracting
Altarum believes in contributing to the communities in which we work and in helping others obtain a fair share of available economic opportunities. We make it a priority in our business areas to conduct socioeconomic subcontracting programs in recognition of compelling social and economic necessity in the areas of health care policy research and program evaluation. We facilitate the achievement of our negotiated subcontracting goals by developing the capabilities of and pursuing opportunities to award subcontracts and other procurements to Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB), 8(a) Business Development, and HUBZone Empowerment programs, including minority-owned, women-owned (WOSB), Veteran-owned (SVOB), service-disabled Veteran-owned (SDVOSB), and other disadvantaged small businesses. We also promote Minority and Women-Owned Business Development on equality of economic opportunities for Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (MWBEs) and to eliminate barriers to their participation in state contracts.
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