Westat offers innovative professional services to help clients improve outcomes in health, education, social policy, and transportation. We are dedicated to improving lives through research.About Westat
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs) is an umbrella term describing the range of lifelong physical, behavioral, and intellectual disabilities that can occur in an individual…Read More about Alcohol and Pregnancy: Ways Health Providers Can Better Intervene
For decades, Native students have faced significant opportunity gaps that impede their academic achievement and trajectories. To close these gaps, the Native Education Collaborative, supported…Read More about Circles of Reflection Toolkit: Improving Education for Native Students
In this age of media saturation and polarization, wrong information can flourish with a detrimental impact on public health. To learn why people believe unverified…Read More about How Can We Bridge Gaps in Public Health Knowledge?
Biostatistics and Epidemiology
Westat optimizes clients’ clinical trials and observational and disease surveillance studies to rapidly generate the intelligence needed to safeguard and improve the nation’s health.about: From data to discovery, from discovery to solutions.
Food and Nutrition
When food insecurity or lack of knowledge about healthy eating threaten Americans’ health, Westat’s work supports nutrition assistance programs, ensuring access to affordable, nutritious food and receipt of benefits without compromising effective public fund management.about: From data to discovery, from discovery to solutions.
Our decades of experience and innovative strategies in sampling, multimode data collection, and instrument development ensure high-quality, cost-effective, and representative data collection for surveys of any size and scope.about: From data to discovery, from discovery to solutions.
What is the most complete source of data on the use and costs of health care for Americans?
Policy changes in the U.S. health care delivery and financing system affecting how Americans use and pay for health care services and prescription drugs require continuous large-scale data updates.Read More