Features perspectives from leaders at Mount Sinai Health System and AIRnyc, a community-based organization that employs community health workers, on the opportunities and challenges of their partnership when it comes to addressing social needs.
Featured representatives from Adventist Health’s Project Restoration and the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers who engaged in a discussion focused on partnerships with multiple sectors, including police, emergency medical services, and community-based health and human services organizations.
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.
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.
Outlines steps to help health systems and community-based organizations build relationships that draw on each other’s strengths, put patients first, and support ecosystem development in local communities.
The dialogue on caring for patients with complex needs has moved beyond a recognition that social factors like housing or nutrition have an outsize impact on health to practicalities. Now, health care providers are asking: what can we actually do to help?