Collective Impact is currently working with West Virginia University School of Public Health, West Virginia Health Innovation Collaborative and West Virginia Health Improvement Institute to provide stakeholder engagement and input services for the State Innovation Models (SIM) project. SIM is based on the premise that state-led innovation, supported by broad stakeholder input and engagement, will accelerate health care delivery system transformation to provide better health and better care at a lower cost. SIM encourages public and private sector collaboration to design and test multi-payer models to transform the health care systems in the state.
Collective Impact provided team building training services for the West Virginia Autism Training Center (WVATC) to increase the knowledge and capacity of its staff to work more effectively as a team.
"Bruce -- I have to tell you that having you facilitate the planning process was probably the best decision CHRIC made in tackling such a huge undertaking -- and accomplishing so much in a very short period of time. My hats off to you and your company for providing such a good service -- and you have the perfect personality for it as well!" ~ Stephanie Kiyak, Councilwoman, City of Dunkirk, New York