Framing is a key element of our theory of change, and we believe it is a critical shared strategy for anyone interested in moving system transformation in health and human services...
WHY FRAMING MATTERS: A REVIEW OF THE BASICSAugust 31, 2016 12:00 PM| Posted in Framing | by Tracy Wareing Evans
THE HUMAN SERVICES VALUE CURVE: FROM CONCEPT TO EXECUTIONJuly 29, 2016 10:03 AM| Posted in Value Curve | by Tracy Wareing Evans, Executive Director, APHSA
Throughout my travels this summer, I have had the opportunity to spend time with many of our members, partners, and other transformative leaders steering our collective work. One theme that continues to emerge in our conversations is the Human Services Value Curve. I have even heard things like, "APHSA… aren’t you the Value Curve people?” How cool is that?!
The Value Curve (VC) is helping to lead a broad spectrum of changes across the health and human services landscape and we are thrilled to be one of the many key players pioneering this work.
SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH FRAMEWORK SUPPORTS HEALTHIER OUTCOMESJune 16, 2016 2:44 PM| Posted in Social Determinants | by Tracy Wareing Evans, Executive Director, APHSA
Social determinants of health (SDOH), “whole family” or “2 Gen” approaches, and population-level decision-making are key buzz words in the field today. The shared objective that each of these ideas embodies—whether you view it from the health care lens or human service perspective—is a desire for a more holistic approach that gets at underlying root causes and intervenes earlier, reducing more protracted social and health issues.
IT’S A WRAP!June 2, 2016 9:16 PM| Posted in Transformation |
Our first-ever National Health and Human Services Summit has come to an end but here at APHSA, we see it as just another beginning...