SCF’s Learning Institute is offering consulting services to other organizations to help them improve their strategic planning processes using lessons learned from SCF’s strategic planning cycle.
In times when things are rapidly changing, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, SCF makes use of a wide variety of tools to communicate critical information to managers in its many different programs. One example of this is an if-then table.
To support care team members in working at the top of their licenses, and to give the Alaska Native community more of a voice in how the organization is run, SCF employs non-clinical workers as clinical managers.
The Team Performance Training is designed to help individuals and teams achieve better team dynamics and performance.
Earlier this year, the SCF Learning Institute surveyed organizations that have learned from SCF to see what changes they had made based on what they learned. People from 44 organizations responded to the survey. Following are the 5 ideas from SCF’s Nuka System of Care that other organizations have adopted the most.
Southcentral Foundation recently hosted the Nuka Health Care Innovations Conference in Portland, OR. This was the first Nuka conference held outside of Alaska, and we want to thank everyone who attended.