Tales from the Collaborative - A New TCOM Podcast!

In this new podcast from TCOM, we visit past winners of the TCOM Champions Award.

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I'm Timothy Fall, creative producer for the University of Kentucky's Center for Innovation in Population Health, the IPH center. Along with IPH Center Director and TCOM's original developer, Dr. John Lyons, and producer Lauren Mergen, we wanted to mark the approach of the 20th anniversary of the TCOM Champions Award by making the conversational rounds of past winners talking about the impact of TCOM's tools on their lives, their work, and most importantly, on the lives of those they seek to serve.

We hope you'll join us for a new TCOM podcast, a series of concise, informative conversations we call tales from the collaborative. Our very first episode, a conversation with Utah Child and Family Services Program Administrator Kyla Clarke drops on May 2nd.

That's next week. In fact, the best way to make sure you don't miss a single episode is to go ahead and subscribe now. You'll find tales from the collaborative alongside our other podcast, shift, shift, bloom, wherever you enjoy podcasts.

In upcoming conversations, we check in with champions across the country, even around the world, to learn how TCOM is working, how it's changing the way care providers deliver help to families who need it, and capturing and sharing powerful data that supports the decisions made inside its framework.

Thanks for listening. We know you'll enjoy the show, and we look forward to the conversations it spawns starting next week on Tales from the Collaborative.

About the Podcast

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Timothy Fall

Host Timothy Fall produces Tales From The Collaborative, and other video content for the TCOM community, from the Center for Innovation in Population Health at the University of Kentucky. He produces TCOM's other podcast, Shift Shift Bloom, along with his partner Kristen Cerelli, at ActuallyQuiteNice Studios, where they make podcasts and films and music and dinner.