Several successful models exist for funding HCN™ locally, and often include multiple funding sources. Current funders of HCN include hospitals, county health departments, and local foundations and grant organizations.
From the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine Abstract Northern California’s Mendocino County is joining the national movement to upgrade the quantity and quality of local data available for assessing and improving local health. A broad-based coalition in … Continue reading →
Healthy Communities Institute selects three innovative programs for their use of data to drive relevant and meaningful change BERKELEY, CALIF., March 19, 2012 — Healthy Communities Institute (HCI), the leading provider of web-based tools for community health analysis, population risk … Continue reading →
“In order to have a better impact on health we need to have data that can tell us where the gaps are in our services and where the needs are the greatest. Previous to the creation of this website there … Continue reading →
HCI’s Dashboard System Links Promising Practices and Constantly Updated Local Data to Improve Community Health WASHINGTON, D.C., June 6, 2012 — Healthy Communities Institute (HCI) was awarded “Best Community App” by the Health Data Initiative at its third annual Forum, … Continue reading →
Ambassador Moley brings years of high-ranking public sector experience to HCI, including Deputy Secretary of the US Department of Health and Human Services. WASHINGTON, D.C., June 5, 2012—Healthy Communities Institute (HCI), a pioneer and leader in cloud-based community health improvement … Continue reading →
Healthy Communities Achievement Awards On Thursday March 15th, 2012 the winners of the first annual Healthy Communities Achievement Awards were announced at the Association for Community Health Improvement’s annual conference. The awards were developed to recognize clients who are using … Continue reading →
KDHE Secretary Dr. Robert Moser told the Kansas Senate and House health committees that the website would be “an essential tool in upcoming health assessments and health improvement planning conducted by our local health departments and hospitals.” Read the Announcement Kansas … Continue reading →