AIM 1 . Leverage knowledge gained through existing initiatives for spread within and beyond current participating communities.
A series of practical best-practice reports
on key topics, based on successful modelsemployed by local leaders.
Use appropriate social media tools
to promote and create where possible vibrant,virtual, open learning communities.
A living database
of community objectives, measured outcomes and key strategies.4.
A showcase and story database of community successes
in online forums andmeetings.5.
Advocacy and shaping of policy agendas
in accordance with the aims and challengesidentified by communities.6.
An online clearinghouse of community-level strategies
and best practices in apractical, action-oriented format.7.
A common research agenda
for investigating models, barriers and facilitators for regional healthcare change.8.
hosted by a community with demonstrated success in a key areaof work. For example, in
11 the Indiana Health Information Exchange hosted aLeadership Forum on leveraging HIE¶s for performance measurement and paymentreform. Similarly, the Minnesota Community Measurement could host a LeadershipForum on public reporting and consumer engagement. Hosting the Forums locally in a³delegated learning model´ provides an opportunity for attendees to interface with anumber of key staff and stakeholders, to understand both the work and communitycontext, and to interact in smaller groups of stakeholders who can work together to takepractical lessons to their own communities.
AIM 2. Manage a Peer-to-Peer Network of Community Leaders
Open the meetings, web resources, training and technical
assistance to any and allcommunities.
Aggressively deploy social networking tools
to facilitate networking and knowledgesharing among community leaders.
Work with community foundations and others to support work in localcommunities
and leverage resources and participation particularly regardingsustainability of regional.