Program Development, Evaluation & Implementation

The Data and Evaluation department at CJFHC collects and analyzes public health surveillance data from
hospitals in the central region in order to monitor maternal and child health outcomes and assess
program needs. CJFHC is responsible for designing, implementing and conducing continuous quality
improvement activities across the central region member hospitals, and provides data reports to aid
facilities in their individual quality improvement activities. Data and Evaluation has also collaborated
with a number of organizations in New Jersey and Florida. From group-level professional training, to
one-on-one technical assistance, we have assisted local, regional, state, and national-level organizations
with a variety of program development, implementation and evaluation strategies. Some of our recent
projects include the evaluation of the Integrated Care for Kids model; Healthy Start of Jefferson,
Madison, and Taylor Counties Perinatal Screening Program; the Rutgers Center for State Health Policy’s
State Innovation Model Improving Pregnancy Outcomes, Smoking Cessation; the Family Guidance
Center’s Perinatal Screening Program; the Newark Beth Israel Dental Residency Prenatal Education
program; Strong Start for Mothers and Children Program; the statewide Maternal Mortality Review; and
New Jersey American Academy of Pediatrics Maintenance of Certification (MOC) programs including:
the Pediatric Psychiatry, and the Healthy Spaces, and Stop STI.
Data and Evaluation offers consultation for grant development, program evaluation, and qualitative and
quantitative analysis.

For more information or to request consultation services.

To request data please complete a data request form.