Analyzing the Socioeconomic impact of the Water Hibah on Beneficiary Households and Communities (Stage 1).
NORC has been tasked with developing the research method and supplemental materials for a comprehensive socioeconomic impact evaluation of the 2010/2011 Water Hibah program. NORC will be consolidating and preparing the baseline Water Hibah data for use in the impact evaluation. More
Health Care Innovation Awards Evaluation - Complex/High-Risk Patient Targeting.
The Health Care Innovation Awards (HCIAs) fund 107 initiatives across the country that propose compelling new ideas to further the three-part aim of better care for the individual, better health for populations, and lower costs through improvement of the care delivery process. Twenty three (23) of these initiatives focus on addressing the needs of medically fragile, complex, and high risk patients who are high users of medical and long-term care services and supports. More
Mongolia Microfinance Impact Evaluation.
NORC carried out a survey for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and XacBank, a Mongolian micro-finance institution, to assess the effectiveness of models of lending. The project focused on poor women offered micro-credits by XacBank. More
Roadmap for the Adoption of Health Information Technology in Rural Communities.
The goal of this project was to develop a reference document that would be provided to attendees at the Office of Rural Health Policy's September 2006 conference and widely distributed to other interested parties following the conference. Based on a review of the relevant literature as well as exhaustive review of relevant web sites, this document compiles information designed to help all types of rural health care providers along the road to adoption of health information technology. More
Transparency and Accountability Project- Phase III (TAP 2 & 3).
Under contract with the Results for Development Institute (R4D), NORC created the evaluation concept designed to assess the effects of the capacity building program implemented by R4D in transitioning and developing countries. More