Newly-appointed Managing Principal of People and Equity, Jenn Valenzuela, sat down with...
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After three unsuccessful attempts at launching a social needs program, Arkansas Children's Hospital started their fourth attempt with an inclusive, transparent change management plan. In this case study, they share how they successfullly launched their fourth effort.
At The Dimock Center, adaptiveness is the heart and soul of their social needs efforts. What does this mean to them? Dr. Mike Tang shares how their programs have adapted and evolved beyond their original efforts in the Pediatric clinic.
MCPN made its essential needs strategy productive with a shared commitment to data collection and reporting. Through continuous and ambitious learning efforts, the team at MCPN has begun capturing important social and health metrics that enable them to see the impact of their programs directly in their electronic health records.
Nearly 110 diverse organizations – from community clinics to large hospital systems – have participated in the workshop series since it first launched three years ago.