Overview and Benefits of a 638 Healthcare Transition
Is your Tribe thinking of making the leap toward self-determination/self-governance through PL 93-638? REDW, a leading provider of 638 healthcare transition services to Indian Country, is offering a series of complimentary, informational and interactive webinars that cover the gamut of 638-related topics—all gleaned from many years of working hand-in-hand with Tribal healthcare facilities.
In this session, the first of five, REDW Principal Tal Moore will lay the groundwork by outlining the transition process and the benefits to be gained. He will also share the resources needed to assist Tribes in assuming control of their own healthcare services—and ensuring a successful transition.
- 638 Transition FAQ
- Differences Between Title I Contracting and Title V Compacting from the Office of Tribal Self-Governance, IHS
- FAQ About Tribal Self-Governance from the Office of Tribal Self-Governance, IHS
- IHS Tribal Self-Governance FAQ
- Self-Governance Needs Assessment
- Transitioning to Self-Determination
- Tribal 638 Healthcare Transition Support
Others In This Series
|February 6, 2018||Planning & Preparing for a 638 Healthcare Transition|
|March 20, 2018||Funding Your 638 Healthcare Transition|
|May 8, 2018||A 638 Healthcare Transition Case Study|
|July 17, 2018||The Business of a 638 Healthcare Transition|
|Tal Moore, THRP
Tal is known throughout Indian Country as a skilled consultant and facilitator specializing in Organizational Development. For over 25 years, he has provided his Human Resources (HR) management expertise primarily to tribal governments and their enterprises—including five years as Chief Administrative Officer for Fort Defiance Indian Hospital during the organization’s IHS 93-638 transition to Self Governance. He was also elected to three two-year terms as President of the National Native American Human Resource Association (NNAHRA), where he is currently serving as Interim Director following his final term.