Each year, the National Center selects host organizations across the country to hold regional complex care convenings in their communities. These convenings gather local stakeholders to address a barrier to person-centered, integrated care. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic forcing our 2020-2021 host organizations to be flexible with the format and timing of their convenings, they were each able to hold deeply productive gatherings.

Each set of host organizations wrote up their experiences and findings, along with helpful resources for others, in the publications listed below. Explore the resources to learn more about each regional convening’s planning process and outcomes.

In Pennsylvania, the Pennsylvania Department of Health’s Office of Health Equity hosted a convening to address deeply rooted health disparities in the state.

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In the greater Boston, MA area, the Brookline Center for Community Mental Health hosted a convening to address silos between complex care teams at different institutions. 

Read the project summary

In North Carolina, Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill hosted a convening to address how fragmentation of healthcare and social services affects children with complex health needs and their families.

Read the project summary

In New Orleans, LA, the Louisiana Public Health Institute, HousingNOLA, and the Green and Healthy Homes Initiative hosted a convening connecting housing quality and safety to health. 

Read the project summary

In Central Iowa, MercyOne PHSO hosted convening on mitigating social isolation and loneliness. 

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