This blog post features senior leadership from Health Share of Oregon who provide details about their efforts to mitigate issues that will affect their members due to COVID-19.
This Center for Health Care Strategies blog post describes key opportunities for the continued development of complex care best practices, gleaned from recent RCTs.
This blog post features a conversation with Miriam Komaromy, MD, former ECHO Care lead, who shared key takeaways from the recent evaluation of the intervention to help inform complex care programs.
This blog post features a national complex care leader providing insights on the recently released report on Camden Coalition's randomized controlled trial on the Camden Core Model.
To learn more about the recently released NASEM report on ways to integrate social care into health care delivery, the Better Care Playbook spoke with Kedar Mate, MD, Chief Innovation and Education Officer at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, who served on the NASEM expert committee.
This blog post highlights, COACH, a new framework that Camden Coalition utilizes to build authentic relationships with patients and to increase patient engagement.
This blog post features a conversation with Lauran Hardin, Senior Advisor of Partnerships and Technical Assistance at Camden Coalition, who explores the use of asset mapping to build stronger ecosystems of care, address the root causes of repeated hospital utilization, and improve care delivery for individuals with complex health and social needs.
This blog post features a conversation with Victor Murray, Director of Field Building and Resources for the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, explores the tension between health systems and community-based organizations and discusses strategies for successfully navigating it.
This blog post explores the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers’ Health Information Exchange, a web-based application that gives providers across health systems real-time access to medical information for patients with complex needs.
The challenge of managing Medicare patients with multiple health conditions is familiar to most providers. According to recent data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), two-thirds of Medicare patients have two or more chronic conditions. Establishing treatment guidelines for every condition and for every patient is challenging for a multitude of reasons. A recent study estimated that 37 percent of the average family physician’s time is spent on chronic care, with the balance on acute or preventive care. For Medicare patients, it may be even higher.
This resource describes a new model that moves high-need patients out of the emergency department and into a network of social supports. Regional One Health, a large health system in Tennessee, has...
New flexibility for Medicare Advantage (MA) program represents a major turning point in Medicare policy and an opportunity for health insurers and providers to work together in new and more productive ways.