Committee of Local Stakeholders, Health Authority, and More Work Together to Address Health Outcomes and Utilize Funding
Innovations that relate to funding, finances, and/or pay
Funding Model Used for Maternal Child Health Program Helps Sustainability of Maternity Services in Community
The local Hospital Foundation has been able to raise thousands of dollars towards needed equipment.
In 2016, Fraser Health committed $500,000 annually to improving the overall health and well-being of residents of Hope…
From Dire Straights to Roaring Success, Urban Centres Look to Rural Community to Improve Patient Attachment Strategies
Asking for Division funding pays off and enables community to recruit and retain rural physicians
A BC Transit open forum reveals that the ycommunity needs more transit coverage. The District worked to get the Health Authority to subsidize BC Transit of $25,000/year which helped address multiple health outcomes, such as access to transport for medical appointments.
This community thought that it would be more helpful to have a Social Worker than a Nurse Practitioner, and they were able to have this position federally funded.
Service clubs and community groups have raised funds to buy equipment for the physicians/facilities.
By going to a 10-year plan, the City maximizes their municipal finance authority and borrowing capacity, which means they are better positioned for matching grants and making things happen.
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