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Last week, the BIF team visited Bond Community Health Center in Tallahassee, Florida and Eau Claire Cooperative Health in Columbia, South Carolina to conduct interviews with leaders, staff, and patients as we continue our work with the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC). BIF and NACHC leadership are joining forces to explore the questions:
Can story be used to help patients, providers, hospital administrators, caretakers, and other stakeholders to better understand one another?
Signals are our most basic communication platform. Be it 0’s and 1’s or smoke signals, we humans often find the ways to communicate simply what we can’t otherwise say.
In the spirit of transformation, BIF is excited to announce that in 2019 it is shifting from a single Collaborative Innovation Summit in Providence, RI, to create opportunities to inspire collaboration and innovation through smaller, more intimate gatherings across the country.
BIF is excited to partner with the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC) to explore how might we shift our lens to uncover innovation opportunities that will transform how we serve patients through community health centers.
Carnegie Corporation of New York has partnered with BIF to design and run the Integration Design Consortium (IDC). Rather than funding programmatic proof points, the IDC is giving leaders permission to test various integrative approaches to support students throughout their journey in the education system.