Our JSI/California office shares JSI's philosophy, mission, and values: in all of our work, we are driven by a commitment to improving the health of individuals and communities, with a particular focus on underserved and vulnerable populations. For further information about all of JSI's work around the country, please explore our U.S. services, areas of technical expertise, and projects.
JSI/California’s team is a dedicated group of health policy and public health professionals. We employ innovative approaches that are based on evidence and emerging practice and meaningfully engage stakeholders. We work collaboratively with clients to improve health outcomes and advance health equity through the development of sustainable programs and policies.
Delta Center for a Thriving Safety Net
JSI--funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation--has launched The Delta Center for a Thriving Safety Net which provides funding, training and technical assistance to state primary care associations and behavioral health state associations to advance value-based payment and care in their states.
Advancing High Performing Primary Care in California Health Centers
JSI is working to advance the understanding of care delivery functions and aligned financial and HIT capabilities safety-net practices need to provide high-quality, comprehensive primary care, through illustrating approaches to developing and sharing these functions among clinics and centers.
Developing a Healthy Merced Campaign Brand
JSI developed All In For Health, a multimedia campaign to create a culture of health in Merced County and support their Partnerships in Community Health (PICH) project. JSI conducted research with English-, Spanish-, and Hmong-speaking residents to inform the campaign.
Supporting Whole-Person Care Implementation
JSI conducted research through literature review and key informant interviews in order to produce a series of short reports on priority questions. JSI also engaged with and provided technical and strategic support to local leaders implementing Whole-Person Care initiatives.
WHO WE WORK WITH
- State and National Foundations
- Community Health Centers
- Public Health Departments
- Health Systems and Health Plans
- Community-Based Organizations
- State and National Organizations