Statistic 3 - HHS

Over 80% of Health and Human Service leaders reported experiencing significant risk, uncertainty, and resistance moving upstream and building an ecosystem of services.

Statistic 2 - HHS

Leaders chose data and analytics, cross-boundary work, and racial equity in outcomes as the top 3 drivers of change.

Statistic 1 - HHS

60% of Health and Human Services leaders reported feeling significant pressure to improve service capacity and outcomes.

Health & Human Services - Mark Stutrud

One of the most important things about developing outcomes in the whole-person approach is that we actually understand to the best of our ability the hopes and dreams of each individual.

Health and Human Services - Dr. Michael Petersen

You’re not going to solve it with one company, one technology, one Medicaid, one state. It’s going to take collaboration.

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