Acknowledgements

“In this unprecedented moment in time leveraging the power of networks is more vital than ever. NRHI has drawn on the practical experience and insight of its national membership to help inform local leaders working to protect their communities from COVID-19.” ~ Craig Brammer, NRHI President and CEO.

We would like to thank our NRHI member advisors for their insight into regional practices, connections to local key informants, ongoing feedback, and support of their communities during these challenging times. We also thank the many regional and national partners that contributed their time and insight. It is with the support and dedication of our members that we were able to identify and curate practices to provide ongoing support to community leaders.

NRHI Member Advisors

Qualidigm

Special thanks to Tim Elwell, PhD; Elizabeth Winterbauer, MPH; and Dorothy Horne, MBA for leading the research effort. The Qualidigm team would additionally like to thank Eliza Fishbein, Annie Fox, Morgan Garguilo, Nancy Kelly, Miriam Jamison, Mary Milam, and Gloria Thorington for project support.

Washington Health Allianace

Comagine Health

Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement

Mountain-Pacific Quality Health

Center for Improvement Value in Health Care

Wisconsin Collaborative for Healthcare Quality

Louisiana Health Care Quality Forum

Iowa Healthcare Collaborative

The Health Collaborative

Greater Detroit Area Health Council

Additional Advisors

AcademyHealth

National Collaborative for Health Equity

University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health

University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine

Special thanks to Dustin Calhoun, MD for providing clinical advisor support to this research.

Wayne State University, School of Medicine

Special thanks to Phillip Levy, MD, MPH for providing additional clinical insight and expertise on engaging vulnerable populations.