Challenge A: Making Health Services Known

A municipality noticed a considerable decline in its citizens' health-seeking behavior and their utilization of local department of health clinics.
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Challenge B: Patient-Centered Medical Home Assessment

A federally qualified health center experienced noticeable reductions in patient visits and apparent operations inefficiency became evident.
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Challenge C: Health Provider and Consumer Education Initiative

Redesign and roll out an initiative within 45 days in three cities with three distinct programs attracting three separate target audiences (healthcare providers, health consumers, and health advocates in faith-based and health disparate communities) focused on reducing cholesterol and its related risk factors in minority populations.
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Challenge D: Enhance Association Visibility and Credibility

Although the client had produced some significant and noted programs, its operations lacked continuity and the organization was not highly recognized.
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Challenge E: Develop Gender-Based Wellness Initiative

Address disease management and health related issues within respective gender-based populations through consumer and professionally focused educational and informational programs.
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Challenge F: Provide Full Meeting Management Services

Congressionally mandated program required meeting management services to convene three meetings over a six year period. The focus of the meetings is to highlight minority programs and institutions that offer doctorates in the health professions and/or health-related sciences that strengthen their research environments.
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