Track: Health and Well-Being
Commitment: Partnering with Purpose
North Star: Strategic Partnerships
Level of Learning: Learner
Within a rapidly changing health care environment, partnerships across sectors are rapidly proliferating to address the social determinants of health for high-needs, high-cost populations to improve outcomes. At the forefront are community-based organizations that are adapting their operations and infrastructure to partner more effectively with healthcare providers.
A discussion featuring representatives from Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) and to-be-invited guests will share perspectives on what it takes to prepare human services providers to partner in innovative ways across sectors. They will describe critical operational aspects of their successful partnerships, highlighting approaches related to:
- Developing funding and capital
- Creating collaborative agreements
- Data sharing
- Selecting and implementing screening tools
- Establishing workflows for referral tracking
- Implementing effective community engagement strategies
The hands-on learning portion of the session, facilitated by NFF will use a set of tools and resources developed under the Healthy Outcomes Initiative, a multi-year partnership with Kresge Foundation, providing advice, knowledge-sharing, and other assistance to advance health/human service integration and an upcoming effort in partnership with Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) and Kaiser Permanente Advancing CBO Healthcare Partnerships to Address Social Determinants of Health, which highlights case studies and tools to ultimately accelerate healthcare organizations’ partnerships with community-based organizations. It may also draw from resources/learnings from CHCS’ Transforming Complex Care Initiative, a partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundations.
- Key success factors of leading community-based organizations engaging in partnerships to address health outcomes
- Various partnership models that bridge human services and health care
- Practical tools to move cross sectors partnerships forward
- Nima Krodel, vice president, advisory, Nonprofit Finance Fund (@nimakrodel)
- Anna Spencer, senior program officer, Center for Health Care Strategies
Vice President of Consulting
Nonprofit Finance Fund
At the Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) Nima Krodel implements national initiatives with nonprofits and funders, advising on business model adaptation, capitalization, strategic financial planning, and outcomes-based efforts. Previously, she managed NFF’s New England and Western Region Financial Services business development and loan underwriting.
Prior to joining NFF, Nima worked for Goldman Sachs in the Municipal Finance and Infrastructure Group, where she covered nonprofit health care and government clients. Krodel received a master’s in business administration from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and a bachelor’s in economics from Northwestern University. She has served on numerous boards and committees and is currently a member of Audubon Elementary's Local School Council.