The Illinois Framework for Healthcare and Human Services, a multi-agency collaborative, coordinates the use of technology and shared data across Illinois’ federally-funded healthcare transformation initiatives. The Framework recognizes that the ideas and insights of consumers, service providers, advocates and state employees contribute to more user-friendly, customer-focused healthcare and human services delivery systems. IPHI leads the Stakeholder Engagement Project for the Illinois Framework.
The goals of the Stakeholder Engagement Project are:
- To educate clients, service providers, advocates and state employees about the Illinois Framework.
- To obtain feedback from stakeholders and incorporate this user input into the Framework planning process.
- To create an engaged network of stakeholders to generate ongoing participation and communication.
Since 2011, IPHI has led more than 100 events across the state and online, including discussion-based town hall conversations, educational presentations, focus groups and webinars. In total, more than 2500 service providers, consumers, advocates and state employees have participated in the Framework’s stakeholder engagement activities. Click here to learn more about the Illinois Framework Stakeholder Engagement Project.
As a convener of interagency initiatives, the Illinois Framework has deployed IPHI to support efforts across the health care and human services enterprise. Click here to learn more about the Stakeholder Engagement Team’s work with:
- IMPACT Provider Enrollment
- Balancing Incentives Program (BIP)
- Governor’s Office for Health Innovation and Transformation (GOHIT)
- Application for Benefits Eligibility (ABE)
For more information about the Stakeholder Engagement Project or to register for updates, visit IllinoisFramework.org.