performance based contracting

Family Impact Network presents preliminary data to Washington House Early Learning Committee

Family Impact Network Executive Director Kristen West Fisher presents to the House Early Learning & Human Services Committee on FIN's efforts to implement Performance Based Contracting.  She highlighted lessons learned (emphasizing the value of the partnership with Children's Administration headquarters and regional staff) and previewed data the new system will provide to inform practice and policy.  Take a look at the video from TVW (Kristen's presentation starts at 10:35) and at the slides below to learn more about FIN's work in Eastern Washington!


Family Impact Network begins rolling launch!

Our newest subsidiary, the Family Impact Network, begins its network administration role for parent-child visitation services in Spokane County July 1!  A partnership with Washington State Children's Administration, this new public-private collaboration is working to implement performance based contracting in the child welfare system, supporting regional service delivery and creating efficiencies within the delivery system while incentivizing positive outcomes for children.  This new delivery system will provide support, allow for flexibility, and offer new data so that social workers and providers can best serve children and families. 

FIN developed out of EHF's strategic focus on preventing and mitigating adverse childhood experiences as part of its work to improve health outcomes in Eastern Washington.  Stay tuned for more updates as FIN's roll out continues!