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About DCHI

The Delaware Center for Health Innovation (DCHI) is a privately funded nonprofit collaboration between public and private organizations, designed to move the state towards a system of care that is driven by quality, value-based payment, and better population health outcomes.

Established in 2014 and working in partnership with the Health Care Commission (HCC) and the Delaware Health Information Network (DHIN), the Delaware Center for Health Innovation (DCHI) is instrumental in guiding implementation of the State Health Care Innovation Plan and in ensuring the long term success of this work through the continuing, inclusive involvement of a diverse and invested group of stakeholders, representing public and private sectors across the Delaware landscape.

DCHI is comprised of a multi-stakeholder board and five standing committees focused on specific strategic transformation initiatives, as well as a Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to coordinate with the DHIN.   DCHI is privately funded through stakeholder contributions and in kind-services. Additionally, some SIM funding supports specific SIM deliverables that are guided by DCHI.

DCHI aspires to help make Delaware one of the five healthiest states in the nation, to be among the top 10% of states in health care quality and patient experience, to bring the growth of health care costs in line with GDP growth, and to improve the provider experience.

Delaware State Innovation Model Organizational Chart

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DCHI is a unique and important forum for multi-stakeholder dialogue and consensus building. Working as a catalyst for health care transformation in Delaware, DCHI’s mission is to:

  • Serve as the convener of stakeholder groups and to drive consensus to achieve a participatory approach to health care transformation in our State;
  • Provide thought leadership for all aspects of SIM related initiatives and the broader transformation effort;
  • Provide a sustainable structure for long term engagement and investment in health care transformation to achieve our quadruple Aim; and
  • Implement the Healthy Neighborhoods program for improving population based health.

Bylaws

2014