In this article, Dr. Rohwer describes an innovative community based business network model being piloted in 2018. Read more.
Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) are conditions that create illness and impair recovery. They reflect the strength and health of the community and affect those who live there. A community, like every Complex Adaptive System, can amplify or buffer whatever is good or bad within it. If we learn to harness SODH amplifiers and buffers in positive ways, we can create a self-reinforcing virtuous cycle where medical care is better and more affordable in a strong, healthy community, and a strong, healthy community can afford better medical care. Achieving this virtuous circle is possible if we begin seeing healthcare delivery as the living system it is rather than an industrial problem. 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.