In partnership with California Department of Health Care Services, the Center for Care Innovations (CCI) is launching Addiction Treatment Starts Here: Primary Care, Wave 2 (ATSH:PC, Wave 2) This program builds upon the first ATSH:PC collaborative that started back in February 2019. The program aims to increase access to medication-assisted treatment (MAT) in primary care for patients with opioid use disorder (OUD). Apply now!
We currently are looking to expand our California network of community health centers, public hospitals, and clinic consortia. Entrepreneurs also play a key partnership role with the Hub, and we’re always looking to learn about new, compelling technology companies offering solutions that make care better for underserved communities.
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Community Centered Design: Understanding the community perspective to support programs and projects: August 23 at noon PT. In this RAVEN E-Learning webinar series, the Order of St. Francis, an Illinois based safety net organization, will discuss how organizations can gather data and insights directly from the community to inform decision making around supporting and developing programs and activities that result in improved care and services to the community.
Case Study Q&A: One Degree @ Northeast Valley Health Corporation: September 6 at noon PT. Going Beyond the 4 Walls: Addressing Patients’ Social Needs with Technology
Northeast Valley Health Corporation (NEVHC) incorporated One Degree, a social service referral platform, into employee workflows to better understand and address the social determinant of health needs of our patients and community. Join us for an overview and Q&A with NEVHC about their One Degree project. Presented as part of Center for Care Innovations’ Technology Hubs Program.
Please read the case study prior to the webinar.
Leading Profound Change: Leveraging Multiple Tools to Address Primary Care Issues: September 10 at noon PT. We will map out a few more tangible approaches to tie together many of the skillsets and mindsets we have learned throughout this program. This is the fifth in a six-webinar series, following up on our workshops on leading change in ways that are impactful and more joyful.
SDOH: Taking SDOH efforts to the next level – applying predictive analytics: September 13 at noon PT. Join CCI for an exciting RAVEN E-Learning webinar.
Case Study Q&A with Petaluma Health Center – Carium: September 20 at noon PT. Petaluma Health Center explored Carium as a solution to better manage specialty referrals for patients and staff. Jessicca Moore, Director of Innovations at Petaluma Health Center will be hosting a Q&A on this project. Please join us and bring your questions.
Read the Case Study prior to the session: https://www.careinnovations.org/resources/case-study-creating-an-online-tool-for-specialty-referrals/
Leading Profound Change: Clinic Experiences: November 12 at noon PT. We will share our own experiences…what we tried, what didn’t go so well, what surprised us and what tips we have to give to one another. This session will tap into the wisdom of the crowd. This is the last in a six-webinar series, following up on our workshops on leading change in ways that are impactful and more joyful.
Job openings at CCI
CCI is looking for a passionate and driven Program Manager to develop and manage CCI’s programs. We are seeking someone with strong critical thinking, project management and facilitation skills and is rooted in developing key relationships with program participants, consultants and funders.