Return on innovation means healthier populations, more robust systems, and sustained community engagement. With every effort, we become increasingly invested in a more equitable, balanced, and just society.
Dedicated to getting the most out of population-based benchmarks, predictive tools, and capability-building methodologies, we support community partners and state agencies in improving productivity and yielding repeatable and scalable initiatives.
Our evaluation and data analysis to address food insecurities in the nearly 2.5 million Floridians, including one-third who are children, facing hunger to facilitate training and community-based activities focused on team-based learning continues to work hard for all of Florida. Our expertise supports:
Facilitating positive response to change and transformative ideas across rural, urban, and coastal communities.
We are positioning data as a catalyst for driving community-centered collaboration, workflows, and culture change.
Available to our partners for health assessment and planning, policy development, implementation, evaluation, and strategic planning.
We deliver practical models and actionable policy recommendations most likely to yield the most significant returns in breakthrough innovations.
In recent years, Hurricanes, Katrina, Irma, and Maria presented unprecedented natural disasters in the Coastal United States. Rising sea levels, warming waters, and weakened infrastructures have increased the severity (intensity) of the storms and the magnitude of damage. In each of these disasters, evidence emerged regarding racism and evacuation, poor education, and preparation for vulnerable populations, including the disabled, and differential responses to communities with more significant social, medical, and economic vulnerabilities.