As policy makers seek more accountability from agencies receiving public funding, some social service providers are introducing a new finance model which could lead to meaningful changes in the measuring and rewarding success in health and education. Pay-for-success financing is proposed as a method for expanding the successful Nurse-Family Partnership for first-time mothers in the Carolinas. On the second of our two-part program focused on the long-lasting effects of mentoring parents, we continue our conversation with Robin Britt of Guilford Child Development, Ursula Douglas of Care Ring, Rhett Mabry of The Duke Endowment, Dr. Amy Picklesimer of the South Carolina Birth Outcomes Initiative and Joe Waters of the Institute for Child Success.
Tags: Care Ring, Dr. Amy Picklesimer, Guilford Child Development, Institute for Child Success, Interfamily Relationships, Joe Waters, Legislators, Nurse-family Partnership, Nurses, Parenting, Pay-for-success Financing, Philanthropy, Public Policy, Rhett Mabry, Robin Britt, S.C. Birth Outcomes Initiative, Talent, Telemedicine, The Duke Endowment, Ursula Douglas