M.S.W., University of Georgia
B.S., Georgia State University
Chandrika Derricho is a research associate I at the Georgia Health Policy Center. She has expertise in the areas of policy research and program evaluation. Specifically, she has expertise in data collection and analysis, fidelity evaluation, and process monitoring.
At the center Derricho focuses on research and evaluation of projects related to long-term services and supports. She conducts quality-of-life interviews with consumers who have transitioned from institutions to community environments as part of the Money Follows the Person (MFP) project. She also assists with data analysis and drafting reports for the MFP project. Additionally, Derricho assists with collecting data for the Georgia Department of Human Services Division of Aging Services to create a statewide three-year plan that incorporates the groundwork of the statewide Aging and Disability Resource Connection network and partnering organizations into the No Wrong Door and/or Single Entry Point system.