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A project of the MFA Collaborative Design program at Pacific Northwest College of Art. The Illahee instute is meant to translate inquiry into action when it comes to complex problems in Portland.

A project of the MFA Collaborative Design program at Pacific Northwest College of Art. The Illahee instute is meant to translate inquiry into action when it comes to complex problems in Portland.

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  • 1. I L L A H E E Institute
  • 2. Inquiry ActionMicro- Writing/Media Initiatives/OrgsMacro- Lectures/Forums
  • 3. Inquiry ActionMicro- Writing/Media Initiatives/Orgs University Research Mad as Hell DoctorsMacro- Lectures/Forums Illahee Lecture: Wendell Potter
  • 4. 45,000 Americans die every year from lack of health care access. What can we do about this?That’s Terrible! Macro-Inquiry
  • 5. PSU OHSU OSUMicro-Inquiry
  • 6. Human RightsRi h Healt gh Care tB ra in In itia tiv e M ad asH ell Do cto rs re Ca om Zo Micro-Action
  • 7. Inquiry ActionMicro- Writing/Media Initiatives/Orgs University Research Mad as Hell DoctorsMacro- Lectures/Forums Illahee Lecture: Wendell Potter
  • 8. Inquiry ActionMicro- Writing/Media Initiatives/Orgs University Research Mad as Hell DoctorsMacro- Lectures/Forums Illahee Lecture: Illahee Institute Wendell Potter
  • 9. Inquiry ActionMicro- Writing/Media Initiatives/Orgs University Research Mad as Hell Doctors Who makes the connections?Macro- MFA Collaborative Design! Lectures/Forums Illahee Lecture: Illahee Institute Wendell Potter
  • 10. Illahee Board Illahee Illahee President I L L A H E EAdvisory Board Institute Director Co-appointed by-Illahee board (3)-PNCA board (2) Illahee and PNCA-Post-graduate student-Graduate student-Director Staff Illahee Institute -Post-graduate student Design Lab -Interns Graduate students from PNCA, PSU, Lewis & Clark and U of Portland may applyMacro-Action
  • 11. nity dCommu irePartn sp rch ers esea In R Il l ahee Instit u t e Im p rov b w s ased facilitation rv i e Stakehold er In t e D es ign Charrettes System Mappin g Transition Design I t e r a ti o ns Campaigns G a m es Products ....... Policy ..... . . Organization ????????
  • 12. The influence that X has on Y INFORMATION REGULATION HEALTHCARE FUNDING Medicare, etc Doctors / Nurses Alternative Government (gov’t programs) Insurance Pharmaceutical Lobbyists Interest Groups Employers Hospitals (primary care) Pharmacies Medicine Provides funding source Pay taxes to gov’t to Lobbies for gov’t poli- for politicians; cam- Receive payment; com- Sometimes employed by Exists and is regulated Government Programs of government cies to act in their favor Lobbies for regulation paign contributions in Tries to influence policy fund healthcare pro- ply with regulation gov’t. Complies with regulation by grams exchange for policy Insurance creates Programs of the gov’t. supplemental policies AARP, wants to chance, Provides drugs to pa- Medicare, etc Set policies, determine for gaps in medicare; in- Sets prices to sell drugs Shaping public opinion pressure, ensure health- Pay taxes Health care providers; Health care providers; tients; checks for drug Experimental or not(gov’t programs) of health programs works for programs works for programs covered funding surance forces sick poor care interactions people off policies Determines what pricing Shapes public opinion of Purchase insurance for Provides health services Billing department ex- Regulates coverage and Work on behalf of insur- Sets pricing for indi- Insurance who should be covered. Type of insurance is set for different poli- ance companies insurance their employees; make to insured; negotiate ists to get payment from vidual policies / groups cies/ companies choice network insurance companies Sets pricing of drugs; Provides standard for Provides grants for Medicare benefits nego- Negotiate pricing for Orders drugs, retailer of Develops treatments that Pharmaceutical R&D, regulates via FDA tiated purchasing power Case-by-case groups to organize to Through insurance drugs supplies could be patentable through bulk influence Provides standard for Provides standard for Provides standard for Provides standard for Provides standard for Regulates restrictions David to Goliath; oppos- Pro-industry against Maybe influence? not as Lobbyists on lobbying lobbyists to attempt to lobbyists to attempt to lobbyists to attempt to ing forces insurance mandate lobbyists to attempt to lobbyists to attempt to prominent? influence influence influence influence influence Makes policies; de- Provides standard for Provides standard for Provides standard for Belong to interest Creates groups to help Creates groups to help Interest Groups mocracy invites public shape public opinion groups to organize to groups to organize to Negotiate, case-by-case Through insurance groups to organize to groups to persuade shape public opinion opinion influence influence influence policies Consumers Set tax requirements Provide health care Provides retail of drugs Treatment Provides healthcare to Through insurance, if Regulates how much Funded by employer Insurance companies their employees; spe- Employers coverage provided payroll tax employ lots of people Through insurance Case-by-case Through insurance Interact through insured cific clinics in network, have prescription drug Through insurance plan etc Regulates licensing, Pay for services, ap- Relationships to send Work on behalf to shape Some “alt treatments” Hospitals HIPPA, payment via Pays for treatments prove procedure / Sells drugs to hospitals regulation Push agenda Through insurance patients here for more Located within hospitals provided, i.e. doulas medicaid, etc. determines network specialized treatment Licensing of profes- Pays for primary care; Pharmacist checks forDoctors / Nurses sionals; regulation of Limits number of pa- sets regulation of how Provides “perks” to get Case-by-case; ex: AMA: Shapes public opinion of Through insurance Employ caregivers complications / interac- Practicing; case-by- (primary care) tients able to be treated their drugs prescribed against single payer insurance case policies much is covered tion of drugs Regulates via FDA & Prescribes drugs to be Prescribes drugs to be Pharmacies DEA; required to keep Pays for drugs Pays for some drugs Sets prices to sell drugs Case-by-case Through insurance filled by pharmacies filled by pharmacies Fulfils treatments records Provides grants to fund Influences cirriculum, Residencies, attached to Venue for clinical rota- Teaching / integratedMedical Schools education Exposed to in clinicals sponsors research Student chapters med schools tions Pharmacy school research Regulation & licensing; Determines what prac- Alternative decides what insurance Limits coverage / treat- tices would be covered Interest in what works Maybe influence? not as Some advocating for Through insurance, Could be practicing alt. Could be practicing alt. Recommends treatments Medicine ment & is patenable prominent? increased alternatives maybe medicine medicine available (?) has to cover under policies
  • 13. The influence that X has on Y INFORMATION REGULATION HEALTHCARE FUNDING Medicare, etc Doctors / Nurses Alternative Government (gov’t programs) Insurance Pharmaceutical Lobbyists Interest Groups Employers Hospitals (primary care) Pharmacies Medicine Provides funding source Pay taxes to gov’t to Lobbies for gov’t poli- for politicians; cam- Receive payment; com- Sometimes employed by Exists and is regulated Government Programs of government cies to act in their favor Lobbies for regulation paign contributions in Tries to influence policy fund healthcare pro- ply with regulation gov’t. Complies with regulation by grams exchange for policy Insurance creates Programs of the gov’t. supplemental policies AARP, wants to chance, Provides drugs to pa- Medicare, etc Set policies, determine for gaps in medicare; in- Sets prices to sell drugs Shaping public opinion pressure, ensure health- Pay taxes Health care providers; Health care providers; tients; checks for drug Experimental or not(gov’t programs) of health programs works for programs works for programs covered funding surance forces sick poor care interactions people off policies Determines what pricing Purchase insurance for Provides health services Billing department ex- Regulates coverage and Work on behalf of insur- Shapes public opinion of Sets pricing for indi- Insurance who should be covered. Type of insurance is set for different poli- ance companies insurance their employees; make to insured; negotiate ists to get payment from vidual policies / groups cies/ companies choice network insurance companies Sets pricing of drugs; Provides standard for Provides grants for Medicare benefits nego- Negotiate pricing for Orders drugs, retailer of Develops treatments that Pharmaceutical R&D, regulates via FDA tiated purchasing power Case-by-case groups to organize to Through insurance drugs supplies could be patentable through bulk influence Provides standard for Provides standard for Provides standard for Provides standard for Provides standard for Regulates restrictions David to Goliath; oppos- Pro-industry against Maybe influence? not as Lobbyists on lobbying lobbyists to attempt to lobbyists to attempt to lobbyists to attempt to ing forces insurance mandate lobbyists to attempt to lobbyists to attempt to prominent? influence influence influence influence influence Makes policies; de- Provides standard for Provides standard for Provides standard for Belong to interest Creates groups to help Creates groups to help Interest Groups mocracy invites public shape public opinion groups to organize to groups to organize to Negotiate, case-by-case Through insurance groups to organize to groups to persuade shape public opinion opinion influence influence influence policies Consumers Set tax requirements Provide health care Provides retail of drugs Treatment Provides healthcare to Through insurance, if Regulates how much Funded by employer Insurance companies their employees; spe- Employers coverage provided payroll tax employ lots of people Through insurance Case-by-case Through insurance Interact through insured cific clinics in network, have prescription drug Through insurance plan etc Regulates licensing, Pay for services, ap- Relationships to send Work on behalf to shape Some “alt treatments” Hospitals HIPPA, payment via Pays for treatments prove procedure / Sells drugs to hospitals regulation Push agenda Through insurance patients here for more Located within hospitals provided, i.e. doulas medicaid, etc. determines network specialized treatment Licensing of profes- Pays for primary care; Pharmacist checks forDoctors / Nurses sionals; regulation of Limits number of pa- sets regulation of how Provides “perks” to get Case-by-case; ex: AMA: Shapes public opinion of Through insurance Employ caregivers complications / interac- Practicing; case-by- (primary care) tients able to be treated their drugs prescribed against single payer insurance case policies much is covered tion of drugs Regulates via FDA & Prescribes drugs to be Prescribes drugs to be Pharmacies DEA; required to keep Pays for drugs Pays for some drugs Sets prices to sell drugs Case-by-case Through insurance filled by pharmacies filled by pharmacies Fulfils treatments records Provides grants to fund Influences cirriculum, Residencies, attached to Venue for clinical rota- Teaching / integratedMedical Schools education Exposed to in clinicals sponsors research Student chapters med schools tions Pharmacy school research Regulation & licensing; Determines what prac- Alternative decides what insurance Limits coverage / treat- tices would be covered Interest in what works Maybe influence? not as Some advocating for Through insurance, Could be practicing alt. Could be practicing alt. Recommends treatments Medicine ment & is patenable prominent? increased alternatives maybe medicine medicine available (?) has to cover under policies
  • 14. I L L A H E E Institute