President & Founder
What are your domains of INTEREST?
Human Services, Education, Public Health, Public Safety, Health Information Technology, Emergency Services
Do you have any OTHER domains of interest?
What are your domains of EXPERTISE?
Education, Public Health, Health Information Technology
Do you have any OTHER domains of expertise?
Collective Impact, Strategy Management, Measurement, Community Strategy
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Bill Barberg is the President and founder of Insightformation, Inc., a management and technology consulting company based in Minneapolis, MN. Mr. Barberg has consulted with over 60 different organizations and communities in engagements related to their Collective Impact or Balanced Scorecard programs. He has trained and coached several cutting-edge and nationally-recognized efforts in communities and states to improve population health and improve the social determinants of health. When the Public Health Foundation looked for authors to contribute to a practical book on Solving Population Health Problems through Collaboration, they recruited Bill to author the chapter on “Implementing Population Health Strategies.” That book was published in March of 2017 (Routledge) In February 2018, Mr. Barberg received the “Health System Transformation” award from Communities Joined in Action, a 15-year-old national association of health improvement coalitions with members in 45 states. He works to bring coalitions together to integrate strategies for health, education, housing, economic development, safety, and other topics, including innovations in social impact funding and use of technology.
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Welcome to NIC’s Collaboration Hub! Thank you for joining the Social Determinants of Health group. I look forward to your participation and encourage you to post on the group (start discussions, respond to discussions and questions, post content: papers, blogs, videos etc.) Feel free to post your expectations as a member of NIC. What are you working on that is relevant to this particular group? What interests you the most? It would be great to hear more about your work on coalition building and perspectives on collective impact.
Navah Stein Social Determinants of Health Group Moderator, Associate Consultant SOCI