After so many years of people asking for a better way to connect and share ideas – and to stop reinventing the wheel and making the same mistakes over and over - we launched the NIC Hub for everyone to use!
- SOCI President and Co-PI for NIC, Daniel Stein

As a member of the NIC team, I particularly value the Collaboration Hub because it provides us with regular access to insights and knowledge that we can use to further our mission. That’s what’s most important because, hopefully, improving systems will lead to better lives for the children and families who are the bottom-line beneficiaries of our work. - NIC Coordination and Communications Director, Adam Pertman

Sharing and collaboration can save lives; the NIC Collaboration & Communication Hub breaks down barriers artificially dividing sectors and creates a vibrant community where people who are passionate about improving the health and welfare of others are empowered to work together to do precisely that, in ways transcending what any of us could do alone. - Opioid Epidemic Group Moderator, Joshua C. Rubin, JD, MBA, MPH, MPP

The hub has the potential to ignite ongoing cross sector conversation, information-sharing, and collaboration!
- Social Determinants of Health Group Moderator, Navah Stein

To improve the lives of children and families, professionals need to collaborate and know they are not alone. The NIC HUB, provides professionals the opportunity to form a community of interest that will help children and families in their communities. - NIC California Chapter Lead, Daniel Bach

The NIC Collaboration hub is a place to gather with inspiring leaders and practitioners to share best practices and find solutions to advance person-centered care. I am happy to be a part of this team, and I hope you will join me as we build this online community. - Confidentiality and Privacy Group Moderator, Ivy Pool

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  • Fellow Society for Participatory Medicine member John Hoben once quoted at a discussion thread that changed something forever, at, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India.

    ""The Business of Medicine (BOM) is not the enemy. It's the solution when done as entrepreneurial altruism, not cronie capitalism. People banding together in organizational structures to realign asset and capital investments focused on higher awareness within the body of pending diseases and emergent events is fruitful. Supporting communities of care and just following the fruit of the human imagers' spirit remains the strongest and most compelling force for good change in a world hostile to the immune system." - John Hoben, Energy Benefit Group LLC, Board Member, Society for Participatory Medicine.

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