Please join us to learn about the InterOptimability Training and Certification Curriculum. ITCC is a first-of-its-kind program designed to further information-sharing and collaboration by enabling organizations, teams and individuals to work more successfully within and across their complex, interconnected fields. ITCC achieves that goal through InterOptimability (think Interoperability + Optimization), a unique methodology that helps you to further progress and sustainability by providing knowledge, tools and methods that support change. Daniel Stein, head of Stewards of Change Institute and NIC, will discuss ITCC and the ways it can enhance operations, improve outcomes, remediate racial and socioeconomic disparities, and help to achieve health equity.
Thanks to the first cohorts of “learners” who have already signed up to bring ITCC to their organizations, which include the Fairfax Country (VA) Department of Health and Human Services; the Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN); and the California Alliance of Child and Family Services.
About the Presenter
Daniel Stein | President of the Stewards of Change Institute (SOCI), and Co-Principal Investigator for the National Interoperability Collaborative (NIC)
Daniel Stein is President of the Stewards of Change Institute (SOCI), a unique not-for-profit think tank and advocacy/implementation organization. He is also Co-Principal Investigator for the National Interoperability Collaborative (NIC), a new “Community of Networks” initiative led by SOCI and AcademyHealth. For over a decade, Stein has been a thought-leader, educator, consultant and advocate in promoting and implementing interoperability and information-sharing by working nationally in the private and public sectors – at the local, state and federal levels – to instigate systemic change. Through the Stewards of Change Consultancy, which is the implementation arm of SOCI, Stein also has provided his expertise and experience nationally to create the strategies, operational regimes, tools, trainings and materials needed to achieve tangible results and fulfill the Institute’s mission.
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