The Leah Zallman Center is working with The Hastings Center on a research study to explore the bioethical challenges that clinicians and staff face at community health centers across the country.
Topic Area: Healthcare delivery systems
Evaluation of the Voices for Health Justice Program
Advocacy and community engagementGrant-making programsHealthcare delivery systemsImmigrant healthSocial determinants of health
ICH is evaluating the Voices for Health Justice program. Voices seeks to build power in communities experiencing health inequities to improve the health care system’s accessibility, affordability, and ability to treat all people with dignity.
Developing an EHR Tool for Reporting How Patients’ Language Needs Are Met
Healthcare delivery systemsImmigrant healthSocial determinants of health
ICH provided TA to support the development and refinement of the Language Services Data Tool (LSDT) at Cambridge Health Alliance. The LSDT enables standardized documentation of how language needs are met during encounters with patients who have limited English proficiency.
Process Evaluation of Greater Roslindale Medical and Dental Center’s Complex Care Program
ICH did a mixed methods process evaluation and developed recommendations for the Complex Care Program at Greater Roslindale Medical and Dental Center.
Immigrant contributions to and expenditures from the US healthcare economy
ICH is leading a study to estimate immigrant contributions, expenditures and net contributions to the US healthcare economy as a whole