Category: NIC

When It Comes to Collaboration, Sectors Emphasize Technical Aspects Over Cultural Ones

All across the country, health and human services programs are making connections to provide more coordinated approaches to improving health and well-being in their communities. Many of these efforts involve information-sharing about the people being served – whether through public health clinics and school systems or with government cash and food assistance. While there are many benefits […]

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Connecting the Dots: NIC . . . the Kresge Foundation . . . and the Road to Better Health and Well-being

One of the underpinnings of our work at the National Interoperability Collaborative (NIC) is the understanding that “people constantly navigate multiple, interconnected systems — from education, transportation and employment to health, housing and human services — that shape their opportunities.” There are quote marks around the truism above because I didn’t write it. Rather, it […]

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