Hub participation is invitation-only. A pre-requisite to joining is a commitment to research and test at least one digital solution by August 2019. Complete the program stipend form to confirm your participation as a 2019 Hub and to receive your $5K stipend.
Complete by Jan 25.
Access to up to $80,000 seed funding for tech pilot projects
Access to conference funding
– Aspen IDEAS Festival Health conference (up to $2,500 reimbursed)
– SXSW Conference (up to $3,000 reimbursed)
– Onsite Meetings with Learning Community, starting with San Mateo site visit (same-day travel reimbursed)
– Network with peer tech-forward safety net provider organizations
– Access to RAVEN and inventory of reviewed and tested digital solutions relevant to the safety net
– Exposure to safety net relevant vendors and tech demos
|– TA available at no cost to you includes: Legal, contracting and negotiation, evaluation and measurement, pilot design, project sustainability|
– Sharing about your work challenges via sounding board (1x/yr – minimal prep)
– Sharing about pilot progress via case study Q&A (1x/yr – minimal prep)
– Survey Monkey feedback on tech demos
– Peer thought partnership on sounding boards
– Real-time evaluation activity contributions
Evaluation interview and survey participation (2 hours total)
2 Deliverables (~5.5 hours total)
– Update pipeline project dashboard Apr. & Oct. 2019 (30 minutes)
– Develop case study by Aug. 2019 (5 hours including call w/ copy editor to finalize)
|Program Kickoff:||Jan 2018|
|CCI-Hub Site Visits:||Feb-April 2018|
|SNIN Meeting:||May 2-3, 2018|
|Onsite Convening||Aug 29, NEVHC|
|Case Study #1 Materials Due:||Dec 2018|
|Pipeline Dashboard Update #3||Apr 2019|
|Onsite Convening #2||May 2019, San Mateo|
|Case Study #2 Materials Due:||Aug 2019|
|Pipeline Dashboard Update:||Oct 2019|
|Program Ends:||Dec 2019|
What are the focus areas?
By August 2019, we’ll need your completed 2019 Case Study template draft.
How to complete and submit your case study:
Need inspiration? Check out all case studies here.
The Pipeline Dashboard is a comprehensive list of solutions your fellow Hubs have tested or considered.
The dashboard is a record of technology solutions you’ve considered or tested at your organization. The dashboard is a resource for you to see the history of who’s tried what, and whether or not they chose to proceed with the solution.
Hubs provide updates on the status of their solutions on a semi-annual basis. Have feedback on how to make this process better? Let us know!
The next update is due April 2019.
Here is an overview of what happens in the Technology Hub program, and who plays what role.
Sometimes “Hub” organizations come to the program with a technology solution they are ready to try in action; other times we do the early legwork to scan the market for solutions that might address the Hub’s problem.