This podcast is about strengthening the health and wellbeing of historically underinvested communities. Every episode offers new ideas and practical advice that you can apply today.

We’re in this together. With your help, we’ve been crowdsourcing the best resources — toolkits, webinars, case studies, playbooks, and more — to support you and your organizations during this pan…

As you may know, CCI has been leading the Resilient Beginnings Collaborative (RBC), a program dedicated to addressing childhood adversity in pediatric safety net care settings. We have learned through…

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

We can no longer say that “our patients” are considerably different when it comes to technology.

There’s a clear recognition that the goal of the health center is to serve the community and focus on what’s important to overall health and wellbeing. And it can’t happen without truly listeni…

January is always an exciting time – full of promise for the new year and ambitious goals for how we make change. For CCI, it’s a time to launch new initiatives and reflect on what we’ve been le…

The KKV clinic is a very special place. Our executive director didn’t really comprehend what it meant for a health care organization to really understand and respond to the needs of its community…

This week I had an opportunity to visit the Chapa-De Indian Health Center for the first time. Chapa-De is really practicing many of the concepts we have been highlighting in our efforts to support pat…

As health funders are investing more heavily in housing, water, transportation, and other determinants of health, how do we ensure the immediate healthcare needs of vulnerable people aren’t ignored?

I did not send out my newsletter last week. You might think I just ran out of steam — and last week was pretty packed — but in fact this was an intentional decision.
I have been working with a co…

CCI’s executive director offers some thoughts on the urgency of taking on social determinants of health—and how payment reform might make that more possible.

CCI’s Executive Director makes the case that tech innovation should start with the needs of those who need help the most.

Watch CCI’s executive director discuss the need for innovation that works for patients who don’t have access to the latest technology platforms.

In the Innovation Learning Network’s annual “Insights” publication, CCI’s executive director writes about the place safety net organizations play in the new world of health innovation.

The Center for Care Innovations’ new Executive Director, Veenu Aulakh, shares her vision for CCI.