This 60-minute Better Care Playbook webinar, made possible through support from the Seven Foundation Collaborative, will explore how PACE offers a unique opportunity to address the needs of dually eligible individuals who live in rural communities.
Profiles Central City Concern, an FQHC in Portland, Oregon, that is providing services for people experiencing homelessness with substance use disorder — including primary care, behavioral health treatment, housing, and other supports.
Dawn Wiest, PhD, Director for Research and Evaluation at the Camden Coalition, discusses findings from an analysis of Camden Coalition’s care management program, which found that the program led to a significant reduction in hospital readmissions among engaged program participants.
Secondary analysis of Camden Coalition randomized controlled data found that care management participants who were the most likely to engage with the intervention had significantly lower readmission rates.
Carl Rush, policy advisor on community health worker (CHW) initiatives in more than 20 states, discusses the CHW program policy landscape and what policymakers can do to advance these efforts for people with complex needs.
Health care organizations can use this toolkit to develop community ambassador/liaison programs — programs that train community members to serve as a bridge between communities and the organizations that sever them.