Services Overview

Research Study Design and Project Planning

Comprehensive study design including project management, participant recruitment, tracking and management, measurement design and validation, and literature and instrument review.

Data Coordination

Data management and coordination using MIS, CATI, IVR, Internet Adaptive Surveying, and Alternative Document transfer.

Data Analytics

Analytic strategies custom designed to achieve the research goals of each individual project.

Data Dissemination

Published results from any stage of completion to final publication.

Health Economics and Medical Decision Making

Rigorous methodologies for assessing costs, cost effectiveness, and the impact of patient and provider attitudes and decisions on health behaviors and clinical outcomes.

Health Assessment and Instrumentation

Expert design, measurement, validation and review of health assessment instruments.

Research Consulting

A full range of research consulting services for academic and clinical investigators and organizations designed to meet the specific needs of each individual project.

Health Outcomes Management Software

The Health Outcomes Management System (HOMS) is a secure, integrated web-based system for manageing and tracking a wide range of health outcomes. For more information, please review the introduction to HOMS Manual.

Introduction to HOMS.pdf


Graduate and undergraduate students can gain valuable experience working on projects in public health and mental health program evaluation through SDSU and UCSD internship programs or by making specific arrangements with the Center Manager.


Community Services and Supports (CSS) Tracking, Monitoring, and Evaluation System Project

Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI)

San Diego County Behavioral Health Services

Development of a Translational Tool to Study Yoga Therapy (EPYQ)

Global Consortium for Drug-resistant TB Diagnostics (GCDD)
Diabetes Prevention Program Outcomes Study (DPPOS)

Veterans Telemedicine Studies (VTOPS & DOD)

Integrated Care Model for Improving HCV Outcomes (HCV)