Disclaimer: Moving Health Care Upstream is a collaborative effort originally co-led by Nemours Children’s Health System (Nemours) and the Center for Healthier Children, Families & Communities at the University of California- Los Angeles (UCLA). The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Nemours, UCLA or the Moving Health Care Upstream initiative.
Nemours Children’s Health System has selected nine communities from around the country to participate in our 2020 Integrator Learning Lab. The Integrator Learning Lab is one piece of a larger initiative supported by The Kresge Foundation: Exploring the Roles & Functions of Health Systems within Population Health Integrator Networks.
Learning Labs are a 6 month technical assistance model in which multi-sector teams (including health care organizations) working on shared population health goals have an opportunity to receive self-directed resources, coaching, and technical assistance on issues presenting challenges to their team.
The 2020 Integrator Learning Lab will focus on strengthening use of integrative roles and functions within cross-sector networks, in order to accelerate work toward the shared population health goals of the network.