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IMPAQ is currently conducting impact evaluation projects in the workforce and health areas, utilizing administrative and survey data to assess program impacts and develop benefit-cost analyses.
The IMPAQ survey research team focuses on the development and implementation of survey methodologies, procedures, standards, and best practices. The team is currently leading several large data collection efforts to gather data on consumer satisfaction with healthcare providers and systems and to collect program participant follow-up data to support the assessment of program performance.
IMPAQ’s applied research studies projects range from studying the U.S. Unemployment Insurance system to developing performance measures for Medicare prescription drug providers, to assessing the systems and supports for individuals with Autism spectrum disorders.
IMPAQ is currently tasked with developing sophisticated data modeling and simulations to analyze large program and administrative data sets including Unemployment Insurance and Medicare data.
In addition to conducting process evaluations to support our impact evaluation studies, IMPAQ has expanded its scope of services to include conducting qualitative research studies to address a broad range of organizational and policy issues for our clients.
IMPAQ’s technical assistance projects range from establishing programs and supports to address child labor issues, providing support to Federal grantees in the implementation of entrepreneurship training programs, and assistance to the workforce investment system in addressing a wide range of system improvement issues.