HEALTH IMPROVEMENT PARTNERSHIP

OF SANTA CRUZ COUNTY 
2019
ANNUALREPORT
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HIP Member Organizations / Board of Directors

Cabrillo College

Central California Alliance for Health

Community Foundation Santa Cruz County

County of Santa Cruz Health Services Agency

County of Santa Cruz Human Services Department

Diabetes Health Center

Dientes Community Dental Care

Dignity Health Dominican Hospital

Dignity Health Medical Network

Encompass Community Services

Hospice of Santa Cruz County

Janus of Santa Cruz

Pajaro Valley  Community Health Trust

Palo Alto Medical Foundation

Planned Parenthood Mar Monte

Salud Para La Gente

Santa Cruz Community Health Centers

Santa Cruz County Medical Society

Stanford Children's Health

Sutter Maternity & Surgery Center

United Way of Santa Cruz County

Watsonville Community Hospital

On behalf of the HIP Team, I am pleased to present HIP’s 2019 Annual Report to our community of partners. What an honor to be in service to your organizations' collective pursuit of health and wellness for all residents of Santa Cruz County. Thank you for the collaborative spirit embodied through your commitment to HIP. 
 
Onward to 2020!

 

~Elisa

Elisa Orona, Executive Director

Health Improvement Partnership Santa Cruz County

YEAR IN REVIEW

As we head into 2020, it is exciting to share the progress we have made toward the goals of the HIP Strategic Plan published in 2015. With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and our partners’ individual and collaborative efforts to strengthen the safety net, Santa Cruz County has expanded coverage and access, as well as improved quality of care. However, challenges for patients persist in the system and looming threats to the ACA require that HIP continues to serve as a nexus of collaboration, innovation and activism.

 
The 2019 HIP Annual Report provides an overview of accomplishments this year, complimented by the HIP Strategic Framework and 2024 HIP Horizon. Together, these visuals ground us in HIP’s mission, as well as our role in supporting healthcare partners in their goals and collective efforts to address social determinants of health and achieve health equity. 


This year, an expanded version of our Annual Report will live on our website to provide further details on HIP’s array of programs. We also envision that the 2024 HIP Horizon serve as a dynamic visual representation of our agility and responsiveness to the constant change in the healthcare environment.

 

From Left: Rodsyl Ryan Magcuyao (Operations Manager), Patrick Sullivan (HIP Intern), Coral Brady (Program Assistant), Shelly Barker (Program Director), Ciaran Murphy (Coalition Assistant – VISTA), Elisa Orona (Executive Director), Sarah Adler (Program Analyst), Anais Muller-Cohn (Operations Assistant), Maritza Lara (Program Manager), Rita Hewitt (Program Coordinator)

HIP Program Highlights

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FINANCIAL HEALTH
ASSETS 

Total Checking/Savings             473,154.53

Total Accounts Receivable        337,040.07

Total Other  Current Assets        15,738.76

Total Assets                          825,933.36

LIABILITIES & EQUITY

Total Liabilities                                 90,324.74

Equity                                                735,608.6

Total Liabilities & Equity    825,933.36