Research and evaluation plays an integral part in our journey. Focusing on rigor and quality, we utilize a blend of public health research and implementation science to inform, improve and measure the impact of the Care Companion Program. We also provide support in establishing Centres of Excellence in select hospitals to create a conducive platform for testing new innovations in our product offering that can be further scaled up. Qualitative and quantitative research methods are given equal importance in measuring the short and long term impact on health and behaviour outcomes.
Our mission to provide robust evidence, generalize findings and think critically about scaling the Care Companion Program is augmented by the expertise of leading thought partners and international organizations.
A joint health system innovation center at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Stanford Center for Health Education
Leveraging Stanford University’s experience and expertise in the practice of medicine and digital learning to accelerate global healthcare accessibility
Ongoing Research Initiatives
Evaluation study to measure the effects of the Care Companion Program in maternal and child health across 28 district hospitals of four states in India. The study focuses on measuring impact quantitative impact through phone surveys and face to face qualitative interviews with mothers/caregivers in their homes to measure knowledge and behavioral outcomes.
Evaluation study in 3 South Indian States for the CCP in partnership with UNICEF in Special Neonatal Care Units in district hospitals
A quasi-experimental observational study to evaluate the effects of the Care Companion Program in cardiac surgery patients at Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences and Research at Bangalore and Mysore, India