Health Roads Joins Civitas Networks for Health

 Health Roads, LLC, today announced it has joined Civitas Networks for Health, the largest national network of its kind. Civitas includes member organizations working to use health information exchange, health data and multi-stakeholder, cross-sector approaches to improve health.

Health Roads is a specialized IT Consulting firm for the Health & Human Services industry focused on enabling care coordination for public health, social care, and multi-sector data integration for improved health outcomes. The company is based in the San Francisco Bay Area but conducts business in twenty-one states in the US and is growing steadily.

“Civitas Health Network’s mission is closely aligned with our mission. Our current and future customers and collaborators are either already members or planning to join this network. Civitas membership will allow us to be part of regional and national dialogues on multi-sector data integration initiatives, standardization for efficient data exchange and enabling Health Information Exchanges to become multi-sector data hubs of the future,” said Rajib Ghosh, CEO of Health Roads.

“Civitas Networks for Health is excited to have Health Roads join our national network,” said Lisa Bari, CEO of Civitas. “We are raising the voices of local health collaboratives and those providing critical services to support health transformation. From the secure exchange of life-saving data to the accountability of multi-stakeholder initiatives, our member organizations have built the most trusted, connected, and inventive programs to serve their communities. Health Roads brings several years of proven expertise in working with community based multi-stakeholder data exchange and Community Information Exchange (CIE) initiatives for improved health outcomes in many communities. Civitas looks forward to working with Health Roads.”

About Health Roads

Health Roads, LLC is a Newark, California based Information Technology Consulting firm focused on the Health and Human Services industry. Health Roads works with public sector organizations, local initiatives, community based social care companies, counties, and state agencies across the United States. The company works on cross-sector multi-stakeholder data integration initiatives, public health systems and social care system implementations, and CIO level information technology advisory services.

Phone: (510)439-1696

About Civitas Networks for Health

Civitas Networks for Health is a national collaborative comprised of over 160 member organizations working to use health information exchange, health data, and multi-stakeholder, cross-sector approaches to improve health. Civitas educates, promotes, and influences both the private sector and policymakers on matters of interoperability, quality, coordination, health equity, and cost-effectiveness of health care. The network supports local health innovators by amplifying their voices at the national level and increasing the exchange of valuable resources, tools, and ideas.

Health Roads, LLC
Rajib Ghosh



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More new and demanding roads ahead for the Toyota Yaris WRC

The TOYOTA GAZOO Racing World Rally Team will target another successful showing on unfamiliar roads when the Toyota Yaris WRC makes its first appearance at a classic event on the European rally calendar: Ypres Rally Belgium (August 13-15).

2021 Yaris WRC

Round seven of the 2021 FIA World Rally Championship marks a return to asphalt for the first time since March’s Croatia Rally, which was also a brand-new event and where the team began its current streak of five consecutive wins. Sebastien Ogier leads the drivers’ standings by 37 points over his team-mate Elfyn Evans, while Kalle Rovanpera is up to fourth place after claiming his maiden win last time out in Estonia.

Takamoto Katsuta will once more line up in a fourth Yaris WRC as part of the TGR WRC Challenge Program, with Keaton Williams to stand in for regular co-driver Dan Barritt who continues to rest and recover after hurting his neck on a heavy landing in Estonia.
While none of the four Toyota drivers have competed before in Ypres – which is hosting Belgium’s first ever WRC round – the event has a rich history dating back to 1965. In that time, it has developed a reputation for its demanding stages on fast and narrow farmland roads around the West Flanders region. These are often lined by large drainage ditches and include numerous junctions, while dirt is frequently dragged onto the road.

From the service park located in Grote Markt in the historic centre of Ypres, the rally will begin with two loops of four tightly-packed stages through Friday afternoon and into the evening. Another set of four stages will be run twice during Saturday. On Sunday the rally moves nearly 300 kilometres to the east of the country and the iconic Spa-Francorchamps circuit for the final four stages, with the closing Power Stage to use famous sections of the racetrack itself.

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