ICH is evaluating the Voices for Health Justice program. Voices seeks to build power in communities experiencing health inequities to improve the health care system’s accessibility, affordability, and ability to treat all people with dignity.
ICH conducted an analysis of nationally representative data that showed that immigrants fill a disproportionate share of health care and direct care jobs in the US.
Funded with a grant from the RWJF, ICH is evaluating the CSHE program. This program aims to work with populations affected by structural racism and other inequitable policies, supporting community groups to engage in health care advocacy.
ICH designed and facilitated a 2-day workshop at Maine Medical Center on how to define and measure community engagement.
ICH is the evaluator for the CVI 2.0 program, which funds community-based organizations to organize consumers to advocate for policies and programs that expand how the healthcare sector addresses the social determinants of health.