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InterOptimability Training and Certification Curriculum Overview
The pervasive lack of information-sharing among Health, Human Services, Education and other systems and domains continues to impede progress toward integrated, person-centered care. The ITCC is a first-of-its-kind education program designed to address this reality by providing organizational teams and individuals with the knowledge, skills and tools they need to work more effectively and collaboratively within and across their increasingly complex and interconnected fields.
ITCC is the culmination of 15 years of knowledge Stewards of Change Institute (SOCI) has accumulated through its work with thousands of government leaders, academic partners and industry experts in Health, Human Services, Education, Child Welfare, Public Health, Public Safety and additional domains that impact everyone’s health and well-being.
Utilizing an integrated systems-level approach, ITCC helps prepare executives, program managers, supervisors and others in the public and private sectors to develop competencies needed to initiate, support and lead organizational change; facilitate cross-silo information-exchange; and leverage technical interoperability. ITCC helps create sustainability by providing a common vocabulary, a shared body of knowledge, and effective methods and tools that support change.
The need for ITCC is even greater today to address the racial and socioeconomic disparities that inhibit progress toward health equity and social justice. We believe that responsible and better data-sharing and collaboration across domains will not only enable our country to more-effectively respond to health-related emergencies, but will also contribute to broad progress on racial and socioeconomic issues more broadly in society. SOCI is committed to tackling these problems and to furthering equality through all our work.