Improving the health of people in the U.S. and abroad
AIR seeks to improve people’s lives and communities by addressing all aspects of health and well-being—physical, social, emotional, and mental—from the earliest years through later in life. Our work covers a broad range of areas, including the treatment and prevention of diseases; strategies for addressing the opioid epidemic and other substance use disorders; reducing violence and human trafficking; and improving health systems, patient care, and public outreach and communications.
AIR research and evaluation experts study the implementation and effectiveness of health and well-being initiatives and programs to provide much-needed evidence to inform the field. Through our policy, practice, and systems change work, we help policymakers, leaders, and practitioners develop and implement local strategies and initiatives to improve outcomes for children, families, and communities.
Chronic and Infectious Diseases
Disability and Rehabilitation
Healthcare Analysis and Evaluation
Healthcare Knowledge Translation
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
Housing and Homelessness
Patient, Family, and Stakeholder Engagement
Patient-Centered Quality & Performance Measurement
Redesigning Healthcare Delivery
Substance Use Disorders