Currently, the roster of DFSC partners includes:
Alliance for a Healthier South Carolina (Alliance)
The Alliance for a Healthier South Carolina is a coalition of more than 50 executive leaders from diverse organizations across the state working together to ensure that all people in South Carolina have the opportunity to have healthier bodies, minds, and communities while reducing the future cost of care.
Diabetes Initiative of South Carolina (DSC)
The Diabetes Initiative of South Carolina coordinates efforts to identify and manage diabetes. The DSC provides diabetes management tools and educational programs with the goal of reducing complications and cost burdens for South Carolinians who suffer from this chronic disease.
Diabetes Advisory Council of South Carolina (DAC) - In It Together Diabetes Prevention Program
The Diabetes Advisory Council of South Carolina is comprised of stakeholders from across the state who are committed to education, management, and prevention of Type 2 diabetes. DAC focuses on provider engagement, promotion of the In It Together Diabetes Prevention Program through increased program availability, participation, and long-term program sustainability.
South Carolina Birth Outcomes Initiative - Access & Care Coordination Workgroup
South Carolina Birth Outcomes Initiative is an effort by the South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, South Carolina Hospital Association, BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, March of Dimes, and over 100 stakeholders to improve the health outcomes for all moms and babies.
Center for Community Health Alignment (CCHA)
The Center for Community Health Alignment is housed in the University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health and its mission is to use evidence-based models and meaningful engagement strategies to create solutions with community leaders that address health inequities. CCHA works closely with organizations interested in building and sustaining Community Health Worker programs.