Projects

Red Star Innovations has the honor of being involved in a number local, regional and national initiatives through its clients. Much of our work has been Tribal public health accreditation development and readiness, quality improvement, capacity building, program and curriculum development and evaluation, and meeting and group facilitation. We also provide graphic design for brochures and publications and designs and development for websites (see Portfolio). Our keystone projects are highlighted below:

  • Public Health Accreditation Readiness
    • Tribal, State and Territorial Accreditation Readiness Training and Facilitation
    • Tribal Public Health Accreditation Feasibility Study
    • Tribal Public Health Accreditation Standards and Measures Development
    • Tribal Public Health Accreditation Technical Consultant
      • Quality improvement training and technical assistance with three Tribal Health Departments
      • National Tribal Public Health Profile
  • Quality Improvement
    • Quality Improvement Training for Accreditation Readiness
    • Tribal Health Department Quality Improvement Trainings
    • Quality Improvement for Policy Development
    • Tribal Health Department Quality Improvement Technical Assistance
  • Capacity Building
    • Tribal Public Health Code Development
    • National Tribal Public Health Institute Feasibility Study
    • National American Indian tobacco and chronic disease prevention conference featuring best and promising practices (scheduled for March 2012)
    • Community Needs and Assets Assessments with nine Tribes for Arizona Early Childhood Health Board, First Things First initiative
    • Promoting Culturally Appropriate Health Research Project to assess and describe the research review and approval processes of Tribes in Arizona
    • Compensation Study for a multi-center Head Start, Migrant Head Start and Early Head Start Programs in southern Arizona
  • Program/Curriculum Development and Evaluation
    • Tribal Public Health Workforce Program evaluation with 5 Tribal Colleges
    • Sisters Informing Sisters: Talking, Educating and Reducing Risk of HIV/AIDS, a cultural adaptation of an HIV/AIDS curriculum for Native American women
    • Evaluation of an international adult education program serving Spanish speaking U.S. residents
    • School based behavioral health program
    • Culturally based girls’ alternative to detention program curriculum
    • “Pathways Into Health” curriculum for American Indian high school students pursuing health careers.
  • Meeting and Group Facilitation
    • Tribal Public Health Accreditation Roundtables
    • Tribal Public Health Accreditation Advisory Board
    • Tribal Public Health Accreditation Standards Workgroup
    • Area Tribal Health Directors Strategic Planning
    • Tribal Leaders Statewide Higher Education Summit
    • Federal grant review facilitation
    • Focus groups with diverse stakeholders and constituents
    • Non-profit governing board strategic planning
    • Facilitator trainings
  • Accreditation Workshop Series:
    • 1) Accreditation 101: Process, Benefits and Opportunities;
    • 2) Accreditation Readiness and Self-Assessment; and
    • 3) Planning and Preparing the 3 Prerequisites.
  • Community Health Assessment Planning and Implementation