Posts Tagged ‘Mattie Miracle Cancer Foundation’

A Busy 2019 for TeraThink Out in Our Community

TeraThink Ready to welcome veterans at Honor Flight in Dulles AirportTeraThink was recently recognized as one of the Top Workplaces in Washington, D.C. by the Washington Post. One of the reasons why we are regularly recognized as a top workplace is our community efforts. As the lead for TeraThink’s Community Service Team, I wanted to once again share some of the great and impactful things our employees have recently been involved with in the community.

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Making a Difference in Our Community

The runners ready to go at the start line for the 2016 Veterans Day 5KThose who have been following TeraThink for any period of time know that one of our core corporate values is giving back to the community. Our team prides itself on helping organizations that make lasting and meaningful impacts of the lives of many. We also look to support those organizations that are near and dear to our employees’ hearts.

TeraThink employees at all levels dedicate their time and talent to these organizations. We are proud to have an annual Community Outreach budget that allows us to support these causes in many different ways.

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Working with Mattie Miracle Cancer Foundation to Create Better Outcomes for Kids

The Participants at the Psychosocial Implementation Policy Roundtable including Dominion ConsultingOn January 24, the Mattie Miracle Cancer Foundation held a Psychosocial Implementation Policy Roundtable on Capitol Hill. This event focused on identifying the strategies and challenges for implementing psychosocial standards of care. The roundtable brought together a wide range of stakeholders including researchers, clinicians, psycho-oncologists, psychologists and accreditation experts. My colleague, Todd Schuerhoff and I had the privilege of helping to moderate the day’s events. We were honored to play even a small role in such an important occasion.

The event focused on the need for implementing standards of care to ensure that access to quality psychosocial care from diagnosis, through treatment, into survivorship or end of life and bereavement care is provided to children with cancer and their families. The day was broken into six major topic areas including Outcomes, Legislative/Policy, Resourcing, Reimbursement, Accreditation, and Delivery Models. For each topic, an expert in that particular area introduced the topic and described the current landscape. Following that presentation, we facilitated a group discussion in an effort to discuss and develop strategies. We had the enormous benefit of a fully engaged, informed, and vocal group that really made the sessions meaningful and productive.

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