Consumer Voices for Innovation 2.0 (CVI 2.0) Interim Report

The Center’s Consumer Voices for Innovation 2.0 Grant Program (CVI 2.0) builds upon our highly successful original CVI grant program, which funded advocates in five states to use grassroots organizing strategies to build opportunities for meaningful consumer engagement in delivery reform initiatives.  CVI 2.0 funds advocacy organizations in seven states to build an engaged base of consumers to advocate for policies and programs that expand how the health care sector addresses the social and economic drivers of health.  Funded projects focus on one (or more) of the following three social determinants:

  • Housing Security
  • Food Security
  • Transportation
This interim report prepared by the Institute for Community Health shares the methodolgies and progress made through year one of this two-year grant program.

 

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