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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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National Action Agenda to Advance Upstream Social Determinants and Health Equity

November 13 | 12:00pm-4:00pm ET 

On Friday, Nov. 13, SOC Institute, the Stanford University Center for Population Health Sciences and additional organizational collaborators across the country came together for the third National Action Agenda to Advance Upstream Social Determinants and Health Equity meeting. Check out the recording below, view the presentation slides, and learn more about this effort! 

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National Action Agenda

 

 

NIC Webinar Series

A Webinar on the National Interoperability Collaborative’s 'Project Unify'

November 6 | 12:00pm-1:30pm ET  

125 Joined!

Webinar Resources:

Video Recording
Blog
Slides

 

On Friday, Nov. 6, over 125 participants joined our webinar to learn about the progress we’re making on Project Unify, NIC’s proof-of-concept implementation initiative. Members of our Let’s Get Technical group led a conversation and provide an update on Unify, including its integral role in our latest initiative, the National Action Agenda to Advance Upstream Social Determinants and Health Equity.

The webinar presentation, featuring leaders of NIC's Let's Get Technical Team Brian Handspicker and Eric Jahn, charted Project Unify's progress and roadmapped the next several months. Additionally, the LGT team  demonstrated some exciting new developments in connecting multiple systems.  

Mary Kratz, EVP of the Interoperability Institute, wrote the blog we shared before this webinar. Please review this important and insightful contribution to the Project Unify work.

Also, a video recording of the webinar and the slide deck have been shared via the buttons above.

Coming Soon:

Here’s a glimpse of the content of Project Unify, elements of which we’ll be rolling out over the coming months.

  1. December 8-10, 2020 - Single-Parent SDOH (Healthcare to Human Services to Housing Interoperability)
  2. January 8, 2021 - Single-Parent Behavioral Health (Child Welfare to Human Services to Healthcare Interoperability)
  3. February 12, 2021 - Partial Integrated Care for Kids (InCK) (Education to Child Welfare to Human Services to Healthcare Interoperability)
  4. March 16-17, 2021 - Full InCK (Education to Child Welfare to Human Services to Healthcare to Courts Interoperability).

 

 

ITCC Is Live!