Collective Impact worked 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 developed and helped launch CSJ Ministries’ multi-year capacity building initiative. The focus of this work resulted in the development of the initiative framework, including an action plan to improve capacity within CSJ Ministries. In addition, Collective Impacts signature Venue Web-Based Outcomes Evaluation module was used to measure the impact of the capacity building efforts and the impact of the ministries in their overall efforts.
"Collective Impact facilitated a great strategic planning process for our agency. Activities and interactive discussions kept staff engaged and focused on the process resulting in a comprehensive three year plan. For fun yet productive strategic planning sessions, I would definitely recommend Bruce Decker and Collective Impact." ~ Robin Kees, West Virginia State Director, Telamon Corporation, Martinsburg, WV