This is the second of three articles about a Marion County, Ore., group’s networked approach to improving individuals’ lives, strengthening families and communities and reducing the cost of care. Here, we further explore the philosophies and strategies that have made them successful. Read more.
This is the first of three articles about a Marion County, Ore., group’s approach to improving community health. They see it as a complex problem that requires a network of service providers working together to improve individuals’ lives, strengthen communities and reduce the cost of care. And that’s just what they’re doing – with some success. Read more.
The Curandi Project
What comes to mind when you hear the word healthcare?
The Curandi Project envisions healthcare as a natural, living system that continuously adapts to deliver the best possible care for each person based on their situation and circumstance. It unifies multiple disciplines; medical, social, behavioral, public health, and research and development.
We intend to transform healthcare through community innovation projects that build the technology to enable self-organizing networks to connect all points of care. Our members support our goals and in return gain early access to our research, resources and products.