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October 2019 Network Newsletter

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We hope October has brought you positive change and growth - it sure has for us! This month in our newsletter, we're introducing two new members of our Evaluation Team: Dr. Amanda Beacom, and Kyle Brees. Read their Intro Interviews to get to know a bit about them.

We're also pleased to announce that early bird registration for the new Network Innovation Summit and 8th annual Network Leadership Training Academy is now open! We hope to see you in Denver May 18-20 next year!

Alex Derr
Communications Manager
Visible Network Labs

Meet Kyle
Meet Amanda
Over our decade of experience, we've identified a common pattern in how networks form, grow, and get stuck with a "More is better" strategy. In this infographic we show the four stages in the life of a sustainable network.
See the Infographic
We collaborate because we find value in partnership. But value is mult-faceted, and it's not always easy to leverage. In this blog we explore different ways to think about and leverage value in your partnerships.
Read the Blog
Office Hours are your monthly opportunity to chat with our team in an informal setting. Join us to ask questions, get feedback, and share ideas! Our next session is November 12th.
Office Hours
We've been asked many times to create an online course on network strategy - we're taking on the job! We'll be launching our course on building data-driven network strategies by spring of 2020!
Online Course
We're excited to announce dates for our new Network Innovation Summit (May 18), and the Network Leadership Training Academy (May 19-20). Registration opens soon, click here to learn more!
2020 Events

Between 2017 and 2019, the Colorado Health Institute (CHI) and the Trailhead Institute co-developed the Regional Health Connectors (RHCs), an innovative new workforce that built connections between the systems that keep us healthy.

Networks are a key piece of this work. RHCs develop and strengthen networks of partner organizations that include providers, government agencies, community-based groups, and others working to improve the health of Coloradans.

These networks not only strengthen the connections between providers and local partners, but are leveraged to coordinate activities to reduce gaps in the health system and integrate clinical and community-based strategies to address local health priorities.

We recently completed a PARTNER analysis of the RHC program to identify their success and chart a path forward Click here to read the full Report!

Read the RHC PARTNER Report
Do you have an idea for a future VNL blog, infographic or webinar? Make sure you send it our way - we'd love to help you out! 
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2019-10-28T12:45:40-07:00

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