Over the past couple of months, the CCI team has gathered for a series of retreats on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, also known as DEI.

Addiction Treatment Starts Here: Behavioral Health Informational Webinar
CCI hosted an informational webinar for behavioral health organizations interested in applying to Addiction Treatment Starts…

We talk with Dr. Brian Hurley, our clinical director for Addiction Treatment Starts Here: Primary Care

In this webinar, Christi Zuber of Aspen Labs, and Dana Ragouzeos, of the California College of the Arts, review journey mapping as a tool to better understand the experience of someone you are worki…

Picking the right teams for our programs is no easy feat. The process we use has evolved over the years and we are continually tweaking it in an effort to improve it.

A health center in Marin is creating a school environment where African American youth can thrive.

Shasta Community Health Center urgently needed better clinical peer reviews.

The Center for Care Innovations is excited to be participating with organizations across the state in a larger effort to curb the opioid epidemic in California.
This larger effort will increase acces…

As we begin a new innovation ecosystem in Colorado and extend the CCI innovation ecosystem beyond California, what else should we be considering?

How do you help patients with transportation issues get to their medical appointments?

You and your team have completed the Analytics Capability Assessment: Now what? A great place to start is to pick two to three factors you’d like to work on as you seek to manage and use data more e…

CCI hosts a kickoff webinar for organizations participating in the Addiction Treatment Starts Here: Primary Care collaborative.

WHO SHOULD WATCH THIS WEBINAR?
Program participants who have missed…

In 2006, a group of San Francisco physicians recognized that the health care system wasn’t meeting the needs of people coming home from incarceration. Individuals were being unnecessarily hospitaliz…

As part of the current cycle of the Technology Hub program, we interviewed our twelve Hub organizations to understand their current priority areas for procuring technology solutions.
Texting for pati…

The East Oakland Youth Development Center (EOYDC), is a nonprofit organization that provides after-school and summer programs in the areas of art, education, jobs, and wellness to youth ages 5 to 24….

In this webinar, Christi Zuber, Founder and Managing Director of Aspen Labs, shares specific techniques for stretching your creative ideas, getting participation from everyone (not just those with the…

In this webinar, Lisa Gutierrez-Wang, Director of Clinical Programs at the Center for Youth Wellness, joined us to share about their work screening for ACEs at the Bayview Children’s Health Center in…

Health centers in California have increasingly focused on designing approaches to identify and treat substance use disorder. One such approach is medication-assisted treatment (MAT), which includes th…

The Draw your Experience research activity is a way to gather more rich information from your stakeholders than a standard survey or interview.

WEAVE, a Sacramento-based nonprofit organization, is the primary provider of crisis-intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Sacramento County, and the county’s o…

With the support of our Technology Hub, virtual reality is being tested in the pain management clinic, emergency department, and med-psych clinic at San Mateo Medical Center.

Bobbi Hooks’ grandson Maurice has cerebral palsy and needs to see a neurologist regularly to control his seizures.

Staff at LAC + USC Primary Care Adult West Clinic had a problem.

In our Preventing Heart Attacks and Strokes Everyday (PHASE) program — which brings a Kaiser Permanente population health management system to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke to more th…