Collaboratives in Action Resources

Civitas Networks for Health hosts quarterly Collaboratives in Action events focused on showcasing important industry data-driven, multi-stakeholder collaborations and initiatives. These educational webinars provide opportunities for sharing best practices, lessons learned, and practical insights into solutions. Collaboratives in Action events are open to all Civitas members and the public. We encourage you to share invites and follow-up materials broadly.

Event Recording | Collaboratives in Action – Learning from an Equitable, Data-Informed Response to COVID-19: Translating Knowledge into Future Action and Preparation,

View our materials from Learning from an Equitable, Data-Informed Response to COVID-19: Translating Knowledge into Future Action and Preparation, featuring Institute for Health Improvement (IHI), Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC), Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation (PCCI), Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas, and Civitas member organization, The Health Collaborative.

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Event Recording | Collaboratives in Action: It’s December 2023 – Do you know where your data are?

The webinar was packed with valuable information, definitions and data from the panel of experts, who covered topics like the definitions and differences between ePHI, EHI Export and DRS, their relation to the 21st Century Cures Act and the derived Code of Federal Regulations and more.

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Event Recording | Collaboratives in Action: Reporting and Acting on Racial Bias

We heard a powerful presentation from Common Ground Health CEO, Wade Norwood, who discussed key findings from their Color of Health Report: The Devastating Toll of Racism on Black Lives, as well as the multi-stakeholder process involved in developing the comprehensive report.

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Event Recording | Collaboratives in Action: Responding to COVID-19, Dec. 13

This public virtual event featured an in-depth conversation between Liz Fowler, Ph.D, J.D., the CMS Deputy Administrator and Director of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMS Innovation Center) and Lisa Bari, MBA, MPH, CEO of Civitas Networks for Health.

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