We cultivate innovation within organizations impacting care and services for low-income and disadvantaged populations. How? Through our programs you will …
We offer resources, tools, and coaching to build the skills you need to succeed.
We help you test new approaches, then spread the solutions that work.
We connect you with a network of people committed to creating lasting change.
We work relentlessly to bring practical innovations to your organization.
We believe the challenges we face are actually tremendous opportunities to accelerate innovations for healthy people and healthy places. Explore our areas of work:
We’re launching two new programs focused on increasing access to medications for addiction treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder.
Addiction Treatment Starts Here: Community Partnerships. This 16-month learning collaborative will equip California community opioid coalitions with on-the-ground technical assistance to identify their best opportunities and solutions for fighting the opioid crisis in their communities. DEADLINE: March 22
Addiction Treatment Starts Here: Behavioral Health. This 15-month learning collaborative is dedicated to working with outpatient behavioral health clinics in California to design MAT programs. We’ll provide tools, one-on-one coaching, and tailored technical assistance to facilitate implementation. DEADLINE: April 5
Free online learning for all.
Addiction Treatment Starts Here: Behavioral Health: March 15 at 9am PT. Join our informational webinar to learn more about our newest program. This 15-month learning collaborative is dedicated to working with outpatient behavioral health clinics in California to design medications for addiction treatment (MAT) programs. We’re offering tools, one-on-one coaching, tailored technical assistance, and $50,000 in funding to each participating organization.
Digital Health and Population Health Management: March 15 at noon PT. Learn about using risk stratification to identify high utilizers, manage provider patient panels, and converse with payers. This webinar is part of our e-learning series hosted by Raven, CCI’s learning laboratory to discover, pilot, and connect digital health solutions.
The Many Ways Community Health Centers Finance Social Care Programs: March 22 at 1pm PT. The Social Interventions Research & Evaluation Network (SIREN) at UCSF joins us to discuss strategies community health centers use to finance social needs initiatives.