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ITCC, a New Training Program for a New Normal

ITCC, a first-of-its-kind education program designed to address the pervasive lack of information-sharing that continues to impede progress toward integrated, person-centered care.

Building an Action Agenda – During the Pandemic – for Systems-Level Change

Karen Smith

Today, NIC’s objective remains the same; that is, to create a National Policy Action Agenda by year’s end designed to improve our nation’s too-siloed health-related systems by meaningfully integrating the Social Determinants of Health and Well-Being (SDOH) into their work. Read the BLOG >>
- SDOH Group Moderator, Karen Smith

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NIC Webinar Series

SOCI's New Initiative: Utilizing Technology to Improve the Courts

August 28 | 12:00pm-1:30pm ET 


  • Amie Lewis, Senior Associate, Pew Charitable Trusts
  • Anthony Capizzi, Administrative Judge, Montgomery County, Ohio Juvenile Justice Center
  • Daniel Stein, President of Stewards of Change Institute

On Friday, Aug. 28, SOC Institute launched a new initiative designed to make the nation’s civil justice system more accessible, affordable and efficient. Stewards of Change Institute, with support from the Pew Charitable Trusts, plans to identify advanced, innovative and promising technologies and practices already being used or tested in other domains and systems – human services, healthcare, public safety and IT – to improve the performance of U.S. civil courts. Learn more >>


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2020 Social Progress Index

Released by The Social Progress Imperitive, the 2020 Social Progress Index results, which provide a comprehensive picture of the lived experience of more than 7 billion people across 163 countries. For the first time ever, the index measures social…

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