Highlights

Accelerating Cross-Sector Information Sharing

Project Unify is an advanced, cross-industry and cross-sector development project of Stewards of Change Institute and its National Interoperability Collaborative (NIC).

Modernizing Consent to Advance Health and Equity

Our new report focuses on the nuts and bolts of improving consent, such as legal and technical issues.It also explains our open-source proof-of-concept initiative, the Consent Service Utility (CSU). Most importantly, it gives voice to “people with lived expertise,” those in underserved communities who stand to gain the most from progress.

The InterOptimability Curriculum and Certification Curriculum is Live!

The InterOptimability Training and Certification Curriculum is Live

Our new course, Managing Privacy and Consent, has launched!

Building a Community of Networks

NIC connects innovative leaders and organizations across sectors to enhance learning, efficiency and outcomes

Welcome to NIC

NIC brings together human and social services, public health, public education, public safety, emergency medical services, health IT, and other sectors that impact health and well-being.

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Join Us

Our membership options enable organizations and individuals to share their knowledge and gain the benefits of NIC’s community of networks.

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Connect and Collaborate

With NIC Hub you will expand your network, showcase your knowledge, learn from others successes and failures, and further your work. 1,000+ members joined and 3,000+ resources were shared!

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Learn and Engage

Get access to actionable information and state-of-the-art training

Resource Center

NIC’s clearinghouse offers guidance documents, research, news, videos, and other information-sharing and interoperability-related materials.

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Our Activities

This is a one-stop destination to learn about symposia, webinars, and projects sponsored by NIC and its partners.

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ITCC Online Training

A first-of-its-kind education program designed to address the pervasive lack of information-sharing that continues to impede progress toward integrated, person-centered care.

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