Comagine Health collaborates with academic, government and nonprofit partners to conduct behavioral and physical health studies that result in tangible improvements.
Our work focuses on the prevention and treatment of substance use disorders, initiatives promoting community health and equity, and interventions to improve prescribing practices and reduce harm.
What We Do
- Proposal development
- Research and evaluation design
- Program, practice and policy evaluation
- Provider, patient and community intervention testing
- Readiness and needs assessments
- Project management
- Study participant recruitment and retention
- Survey development and testing
- Qualitative data collection, including focus groups and interviews
- Qualitative and quantitative analysis
- Aggregation, cleaning and management of large linked datasets
- Epidemiological surveillance
- Systematic literature review
- Dissemination through manuscripts and presentations
- Policy and issue brief development
View our 2020 annual report for information about our projects, publications and presentations.
- Community-responsive and collaborative research and evaluation design and implementation
- Strong relationships with health systems, clinics and community-based organizations
- Complex, multisite study management
- Securing and managing linked datasets from varied sources, including health care claims, public health and state administrative data
- Quantitative and qualitative analysis
- Content related to opioid and other substance issues, pain science, health care systems, practice change interventions and community health
- Translating findings for dissemination to broad audiences
Why Comagine Health?
Comagine Health is a national, mission-driven, nonprofit organization that has engaged in health care quality consulting and quality improvement services for more than 45 years. We are national leaders in assisting front-line providers and engaging health care stakeholders to improve care delivery and patient outcomes.
We have an extensive track record of addressing the most critical health care challenges and needs facing our communities Our clinicians and other health care professionals are deeply committed to meeting the health needs of communities, particularly those with underserved populations and critical health needs.
Together, we can create tangible improvements.