The Framework recognizes that the ideas and insights of consumers, service providers, advocates and state employees contribute to more user-friendly, customer-focused healthcare and human services delivery systems.
The Illinois Public Health Institute (IPHI) leads educational activities and collects feedback to ensure that the Framework is responsive to the needs of its stakeholders.
Register to join a Virtual Town Hall!
You are invited to participate in a web-based conversation about the way IT systems, government agencies and concurrent program changes are coming together to provide more “person-centric” services. All service providers, advocates and state employees are encouraged to attend.
Space is limited and registration is required. Registration is available through the links in the right column below, and through the events calender on the right side of the page.
Invite your colleagues and partners to attend by sharing our save-the-date flyer.
Additional activities for consumers and providers will be announced in the coming weeks.
|Webinar||Wednesday, March 12 9:30 – 11am||Virtual Town Hall Conversation|
|Webinar||Wednesday, April 16 9:30 – 11am||Virtual Town Hall Conversation|
|Webinar||Wednesday, May 21 9:30 – 11am||Virtual Town Hall Conversation|
Tell us about upcoming meetings in your area!
Stakeholders are invited to help shape the next Listening Tour schedule by suggesting upcoming conferences, meetings or events that could accommodate a Framework presentation or discussion session.
The Stakeholder Engagement Project aims to schedule Town Halls and Focus Groups around the state, but the intention is to piggy-back off existing events, rather than organizing independent meetings.
Tell us about upcoming conferences, meetings or events that could potentially accommodate a Framework presentation or discussion session by emailing FrameworkEngagement@iphionline.org, or using the website’s “contact us” feature.
Stakeholder Engagement: Previous Activities
Since 2011, the Stakeholder Engagement Project has led 64 events across the state and online, including discussion-based town hall conversation, educational presentations, focus groups and webinars.
In total, more than 1,300 service providers, consumers, advocates and state employees have participated in the Framework’s engagement activities.
More information on the first two Listening Tours is available here.