Achieving Transformational Change to Improve Opportunity and Health for All

Achieving Transformational Change to Improve Opportunity and Health for All

Registration is open for the HIP-Cuyahoga Consortium Meeting

Mark your calendars and plan to join HIP-Cuyahoga in our yearly convening.
Date: November 15, 2018
Time: 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Location: Sheet Metal Workers Hall
12515 Corporate Drive, Parma, OH 44130

Continental breakfast and lunch provided

 

Please join us for HIP-Cuyahoga’s 2018 annual Consortium Meeting! Hear from national and local leaders and join the conversation on how we can sustain our collective efforts, maximize our impact, and transform our region’s health.

Keynote Speaker: Bobby Milstein, ReTHINK Health

Bobby Milstein leads several ReThink Health projects focused on large-scale institutional change, including ongoing development of the ReThink Health Dynamics Model and other tools that allow leaders to negotiate their own scenarios for transforming regional health. Previously, Bobby spent 20 years planning and evaluating system-oriented initiatives at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and was the principal architect of CDC’s framework for program evaluation. He received CDC’s Honor Award for Excellence in Innovation as well as Article of the Year awards for papers published in Health Affairs and Health Promotion Practice. Bobby earned a PhD in public health science from the Union Institute & University, and an MPH from Emory University. He once was a documentary filmmaker and also contributed storylines for The West Wing.

 

 

 

Bobby will discuss opportunities and strategies for transforming health through large-scale institutional and system change. He will underscore insights that have come from looking at how other regional multisector groups develop over time, and how it is necessary to think and act differently together to evolve into a high-functioning and transformational collaborative. Bobby will explore and open conversation about using a fuller range of financing sources to grow and sustain health improvement efforts.

Afternoon Presentations

We will hear from HIP-Cuyahoga partners on their collaborative efforts to transform environments, systems and policies to improve health:

Bike Cleveland 

Building an active transportation culture for better health

 

Northeast Ohio Alliance for HOPE (NOAH) and the Cuyahoga County Board of Health

Campaign for fair access to high quality supermarkets in Cuyahoga County

 

Policy Bridge and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Using an equity and structural racism lens to influence and shape the combined health assessment and health improvement planning efforts

 

Better Health Partnership and United Way of Greater Cleveland

Accountable Health Communities Project partners discuss alignment with HIP-Cuyahoga and our shared agenda for health improvement for all

Registration is now FULL!

Event supported by RWJF Special Contributions Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation

New HIP-Cuyahoga video describes how we learn from history to make our future healthier

Throughout 2017, HIP-Cuyahoga has worked with a local film company, Cinecraft Productions to create a video series. The first video describes the problems HIP-Cuyahoga is working on and our collective efforts to ensure that Cuyahoga County is healthy for EVERYONE. HIP-Cuyahoga recognizes that opportunities are not the same for everyone in Cuyahoga County. Many racial and ethnic groups face steep obstacles and barriers to living healthy and prosperous lives. To build opportunities for everyone in the county to be healthy, HIP-Cuyahoga is learning and understanding how historical policies and practices have shaped current differences in community conditions and opportunities to be healthy, and is now thinking, understanding, valuing and taking action differently.  With this historical perspective and understanding, HIP-Cuyahoga is working with organizations, institutions, key decision makers, community leaders and others to address the structural, systemic and institutional barriers at the root of these opportunity differences.  This video was created with the generous support of the Saint Luke’s Foundation of Cleveland.