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2022 in Review
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2022 in Review

For our team at Social Finance, 2022 has been a year of focus and execution. From California to Alaska to Florida, we expanded our portfolio of impact investments and advisory work.

Tracy Palandjian

Improving Federal Policy for America’s Children
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Improving Federal Policy for America’s Children

As SIPPRA advances effective programs, it could inform a broader approach to public budgeting that drives limited public resources to highly effective interventions and approaches. Federal programs could then invest in a more coordinated fashion…

Annie Dear, Joshua Ogburn, Nemours Children’s Health, and Nathaniel Counts, Mental Health America

From the Social Finance Institute

Designing an Outcomes Rate Card Approach in Connecticut to Better Serve Families
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Designing an Outcomes Rate Card Approach in Connecticut to Better Serve Families

Social Finance and OEC conducted an extensive review of their rate card implementation and determined that the model would be more impactful and easier to implement if it were more clearly aligned with OEC’s goals…

Social Finance and the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood

Creating System-Level Accountability through Outcomes Rate Cards in Connecticut
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Creating System-Level Accountability through Outcomes Rate Cards in Connecticut

Social Finance is dedicated to continuously improving the structure of outcomes rate cards to maximize family-level impact, as seen in this four-year partnership with OEC. The outcomes rate card enables governments to pay providers varied…

Social Finance and the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood

3 Lessons to Effectively Leverage Outcomes-Based Funding to Improve Home Visiting Services in Missouri 
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3 Lessons to Effectively Leverage Outcomes-Based Funding to Improve Home Visiting Services in Missouri 

CTF worked with Social Finance to design an outcomes rate card (ORC), an OBF structure that includes a menu of high-priority outcome metrics CTF hopes to achieve and an associated payment, or “price,” for each…

Social Finance and The Children’s Trust Fund of Missouri