The Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR) Neighborhood Health Partnerships Program collaborates with many organizations in hopes of improving health care through the use of electronic health record data.
The following organizations contributed to the design of our pilot reports and tools:
- Advocate Aurora Health
- Bellin Health System
- Centro Hispano Dane County
- Community Academic Aging Research Network
- Fort Healthcare
- Forward Pharmacy
- Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness
- Gunderson Health System
- Lifecourse Initiative for Healthy Families
- Madison Schools
- Nehemiah Community Development Corporation
- Oneida County Health Department
- Sonderegger Research Center for Improved Medication Outcomes
- Sawyer County Senior Resource Center
- Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers
- Southwestern Wisconsin Behavioral Health Partnership
- SSM Health
- Supporting Families Together Association
- Survey of the Health of Wisconsin (SHOW)
- United Community Center
- UW Health
- UW Stevens Point Health School of Health Sciences and Wellness
- Wisconsin Area Health Education Centers
- Wisconsin Department of Health Services
- Wisconsin Institute for Healthy Aging
- Wisconsin Primary Care Association
- Wisconsin Public Health Association
The following groups contributed substantial time and resources in the development of our pilot reports and tools:
The goal of the University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (UW ICTR) is to create an environment that transforms research into a continuum from investigation through discovery and to translation into real-life community practice, thereby linking even the most basic research to practical improvements in human health.
Health Innovation Program (HIP) is a community of investigators, staff, and trainees committed to improving health and health equity. HIP aims to transform healthcare delivery and population health across the state and nation through health systems research that partners University of Wisconsin faculty with healthcare and community organizations.
The Collaborative Center for Health Equity (CCHE) connects partners from the state’s rural, urban, and tribal communities with university faculty, staff, and students to advance long-term, mutually beneficial partnerships in teaching, research, and service initiatives to improve health equity in underserved communities of Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality (WCHQ) is a multi-stakeholder collaborative that includes health systems, medical clinics and dentists. WCHQ also has many health care-related stakeholders who support its work. WCHQ publicly reports and brings meaning to performance measurement information that improves the quality and affordability of health care in Wisconsin, in turn improving the health of individuals and communities.
The UW Population Health Institute advances health and well-being for all by developing and evaluating interventions and promoting evidence-based approaches to policy and practice at the local, state, and national levels. The Institute works across the full spectrum of factors that contribute to health.
The Wisconsin Partnership Program represents a far-reaching commitment by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health to greatly improve the health of people in Wisconsin for years to come. In alignment with the Wisconsin Idea, the Partnership Program reaches beyond the campus to improve the health of Wisconsinites through community-academic partnerships, innovative research and educational programs and community engagement.