The Health Council of Southeast Florida, as mandated by the state, monitors and evaluates the adequacy, appropriateness, and effectiveness of local, state, federal and private funds distributed to meet the needs of the medically indigent and other underserved population groups. An integral part of any health initiative is a strong program design and the ability to assess and evaluate the performance outcome of the effort.
Our program evaluations often include process and outcome evaluations that assess whether the intended program has achieved its stated objectives, reached target populations, and determine the success of the program as a whole. Some examples of evaluation programs may be disease prevention and management programs, such as diabetes and asthma control; immunization or well-baby care programs for at-risk populations; or patient navigation programs.
For more information, please contact Andrea Stephenson-Royster at 561-844-4220 x2500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.