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Health Research and Analysis, LLC (HRA) is a woman-owned small business for set-asides under the $15 million and/or 500-employee categories. Follow the link for a list of NAICS Codes.
- 518210—Data Processing, Hosting, and Related Services
- 541511—Custom Computer Programming Services
- 541519—Other Computer Related Services
- 541611—Administrative Mgmt and General Mgmt Consulting Services
- 541618—Other Management Consulting Services
- 541620—Environmental Consulting Services
- 541690—Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services
- 541910—Marketing Research and Public Opinion Polling
- 541990—All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
- 923120—Administration of Public Health Programs
HRA holds the following vehicles through which government partners may contract for our services.
- GSA MOBIS: GS-10F-0247V, SIN: 874-1
- PSC IDIQ: HHSP233201500106I
HRA has a history of successful partnerships with other companies, universities, and nonprofit organizations. For more information about partnering opportunities, contact email@example.com.
What Our Clients Say
"Consistently outstanding research support…high quality analytic services…excellent performance in development of study design and detailed analysis plans for epidemiologic studies…depth and breadth of knowledge…more than a decade of experience in working with large databases from multiple sources"
"HRA is a pleasure to work with and always exceeds our expectations…always meets milestones…excellent working relationships with all of our staff."
"...more than a decade of experience in working with large databases from multiple sources"
"…the management team conducted themselves with utmost professionalism and collaborative approach"
"…HRA has a group of highly qualified professionals who helped enrich the quality of the project"
"The quality of HRA’s work is outstanding. They are thorough in clarifying information, research questions, methodological approach options, stipulating risks and uncertainties…"
"The HRA team was very innovative …. in data visualization using an interactive dashboard and addressing technical assistance issues with grantees. By the end of the period of performance …, our data quality and grantee understanding of the data submission requirements had significantly improved."
"HRA provided exceptionally high quality products… They produced high quality reports on each deliverable task to capture their findings and elucidated areas for improvement… their in-depth review and recommendations for areas to monitor performance within the …program were well received and endorsed by leadership."
Reaching Goals Through Collaborations and Partnerships
HRA is committed to delivering quality through rigorous, timely, and on-budget performance products and services. In this pursuit, HRA staff adopt a comprehensive approach to design, conduct, monitor, and assess contract performance and continually consider ways to improve.
The following are the key components of our strategy for success:
- Establishing open, collaborative, and respectful communications with our partners and program stakeholders
- Employing staff and consultants with the skills and knowledge needed to exceptionally perform and deliver
- Utilizing a systematic approach inherent in every step of multimethod project design covering a spectrum of
activities, including assessment, data acquisition (quantitative and qualitative), metrics and measurement, and
data analysis and reporting
- Focusing on establishing objectives and research questions by understanding timing and varying end-users,
mapping objectives to available data, and identifying the need for additional data collection
- Managing deliverables while utilizing a work plan for each task that clearly defines goals, tasks and activities,
and schedules within the overall project budget
- Identifying challenges early on, communicating and strategizing on them, and addressing them as quickly as
- Using state-of-the-art research and analytic methodologies
- Committing to quality and accuracy with a philosophy that “good enough” is not good enough