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End of Meeting Summary

  2. 2. Community Health The heart of CORE … We need to be more articulate advocates Community is ground zero for health systems improvement
  3. 3. Thank you to all plenary and concurrent speakers!  Sara Bennett  Darren Menachemson  David Milestone
  4. 4. Central Thesis Health Systems Community Health Social Determinants Of Health Individual Family Community
  5. 5. Conclusions Engender trust & social capital Challenge inequity Be resilient & adaptiveRespond to root causes of illness Coordinate across sectors Health systems in the future will need to:
  6. 6. Human Centered Design Requires diverse perspectives and skills Industrial design Human factors Prototyping IT Environmental factors
  7. 7. Converge and Diverge Research - Synthesis Brainstorm–Feedback Refine
  8. 8. Planning for launch can have significant impact over time by “getting it right the first time” Better planning – well in advance of product approval – can help achieve success within the critical “Six Month Window” %oftargetcoverage The “Six Month” Window Less than 20% of launches make significant improvements after the “Six Month Window” has passed Time 6 months
  9. 9. Return on Innovation Efforts Major Areas—Not the widgets 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Business Model Networking Enabling Process Customer Experience
  11. 11. 647 2,710 335 4,296 1,2389,226 community mobilizers in five countries Consortium of INGOs and NGOS Working in hard to reach areas In partnership with MoH Social Mobilization Mass, Mid -Media & Focused IPC & Group meetings Service Delivery Vaccine delivery in hard to reach areas Community Surveillance
  12. 12. Progress Against Polio 350,000 to 22 cases
  13. 13. CORE Group Strategic Planning Next steps…
  14. 14. Working Groups  Chairs working together  Priorities Integration Regional and country engagement Global policy influence around community health  Plans to create more opportunities for integration in future conferences
  15. 15. Action Steps for Strategic Plan  Build out costs/resources/time frames for Model B  Business Development Consultant – examine funding sources and opportunities  Business Development Advisors from CORE members  Ongoing input from CORE members  2-3 months Board retreat to consolidate plans
  16. 16. CORE  Working Groups  Intimacy and connectedness  New members  New board members  New friends, old friends, surprising connections  CORE  small enough that we can appreciate each others’ strengths, skills and talent AND  accept and respect our differences
  17. 17. Moving Forward…  Think BIG!  Be BOLD  Let’s find ways to sell ourselves and our work  We do Human Centered Design—let’s work with other disciplines to improve  Social Physics – Alex Pentland  Looking at social interaction and outcomes through big data  Social isolation vs. the “echo chamber”
  18. 18. Thank You Event Contributors and Sponsors  USAID  MCSP –Maternal and Child Survival Program  CORE Group Polio Project  The Crown Family  JSI/Advancing Partners & Communities  Edesia  Hesperian Health Guides  The TOPS Program  World Vision Canada
  19. 19. Thank You CORE Staff and Consultants  Alli Dean  Michelle Shapiro  Whitney Isenhower  Unjum Pervez  Samson Abebe  David Shanklin (MCSP)  Karen LeBan  Lynette Friedman TOPS  Makie Habtermanian  Madeline Kayes  Shelia Jackson  Patrick Coonan
  20. 20. THANK YOU!