The Urban Indian Health Institute has developed Diabetes Care and Outcomes Audit Summary Reports (2010-2014) for IHS-funded Urban Indian Health Organizations (UIHOs) that participate in the Diabetes Audit. This report translates Diabetes Audit findings into meaningful statistics to help track progress and improve diabetes care.
At the end of March, print copies of the reports were sent to executive directors and diabetes coordinators at each program. These are available only to participating facilities.
A publically accessible aggregate report with all UIHO data will be available by the end of May.
If you have any questions or comments about the reports or how to access your facility’s information, please contact Elizabeth Knaster.
Posted in Data Collection, Diabetes, UIHO.
– April 13, 2015
The UIHI is currently conducting a brief, online survey to help us learn more about the members of our listserv. Knowing more about you as a listserv subscriber and how you use the information we share will help us develop more targeted and relevant communications.
The survey is anonymous and will take no more than 5 minutes to complete. The online survey is available at: http://survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07eakswqdci69nkyf6/start
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Megan Fairweather at email@example.com or 206-812-3035.
Posted in Communication Broadcasts, Data Collection, UIHI, UIHO.
– April 2, 2015
Today, the Urban Indian Health Institute announces our new look, complete with a new logo and branding style. The new look honors our history, provides a foundation for our future, and reflects those we serve. The mission of the UIHI, a Division of the Seattle Indian Health Board, remains the same: to support the health and well-being of urban Indian communities through information, scientific inquiry, and technology.
Read the full story about the meaning of the new UIHI logo and related changes in our visual branding here.
We are excited to share our new look with you. The logo represents the UIHI’s reputation as a recognized resource for everyone working to improve the health of American Indian and Alaska Native communities. If you have any questions or comments, we would love to hear them. Please email the UIHI Communications Project Coordinator, Megan Fairweather, or call 206-812-3035.
Posted in News, UIHI, UIHI News.
– March 16, 2015