COLLABORATION STRATEGY AND DEVELOPMENT
UNITING AND MOBILIZING ABLE HANDS, BRIGHT MINDS, AND PASSIONATE HEARTS
Once a challenge has been identified and defined, it tends to pose two basic questions: "How can it best be resolved?" and "By whom?" For the patient, these questions may sound like "What do I need to do to feel better?” and "Where do I go for help?" For physicians, "What's the best course of treatment for this patient?" and "Who else should be on the care team?" It's largely the same when it comes to closing healthcare gaps: "What's the smartest approach for this initiative?” and "Who are the best people for the job?"
Regardless of the situation, when you turn to others to help answer those questions, you want those people to be qualified and intelligent, and you want them to care: "Able hands, bright minds, passionate hearts." These concepts underscore everything we do at Forefront Collaborative. They frame our work as we build and implement initiative strategy, guide us as we research and select suitable collaborators, and instruct us as we dedicate resources toward driving projects and partnerships to successful outcomes.