The HealthDoers Network provides trusted peer-to-peer forums and programming to support “HealthDoers,” who are people working to improve community health and healthcare. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation selected the Network for Regional Healthcare Improvement to launch this initiative and ensure that a broader network of individuals and organizations learn about and apply the multi-stakeholder approach to community health and healthcare improvement.
The online and in-person offerings of the HealthDoers Network are designed to rapidly identify and spread what works, foster meaningful connections, and incorporate participant feedback to set priorities.
Join the HealthDoers Network by filling out our form and follow #healthdoers on twitter.
Sharon Phelps – Engagement Accelerates Connections
Sharon Phelps – Value of HealthDoers Learning Events
Kristin Paulson – How HealthDoers is Used to Accelerate Your Work
Kristin Paulson – How HealthDoers Accelerates CIVHC’s Work
The foundation of the HealthDoers Network is an easy-to-use online forum that supports tailored collaboration, knowledge management and shared learning.
Opportunities to test innovative online collaboration technologies and connect and share with participants via video conferencing and virtual events.
In person offerings are designed to foster meaningful connections, rapidly identify and spread what works and surface innovations.
Benefits include featured discussions across numerous topics, libraries, commentary and news from HealthDoers.
Access to people working on similar projects to accelerate local health improvement who can share ideas and resources, and those you could partner with in the future.
An opportunity to hear from prominent voices in the field and have access to potential partners for future projects.
Funders can receive feedback from organizations working in the field and an easy way to keep grantees connected during and after the funding cycle.
Policy makers can hear from prominent voices in the field and make and access connections in local groups.