Cross-sector collaboration is recognized as an important step in improving health equity and addressing the collective challenges facing healthcare, the social sector, and public health organizations at the community level. However, different sectors and community stakeholders continue to operate under siloed cultural, operational, and funding structures and contexts.  We explored how different organizations and community...

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Complex care is a growing field that seeks to improve health and well-being for people with complex health and social needs — those with multiple medical, behavioral health, and social needs that intersect to drive poor health and well-being outcomes. For over five years, a diverse and growing community of providers, payers, consumers, policymakers, researchers,...

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This publication was produced by the Louisiana Public Health Institute, HousingNOLA, and Green and Healthy Homes Initiative as part of the National Center’s 2020 regional complex care convening cohort. The publication synthesizes findings from the New Orleans Healthy Homes Regional Convening focused on enhancing healthy homes interventions to demonstrate the impact of home-based interventions and...

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This publication was produced by The Brookline Center for Community Mental Health as part of the National Center’s 2020 regional complex care convening cohort. Their Massachusetts convening brought together a regional learning community to better navigate siloed systems to improve the care of people with complex health needs. This publication synthesizes the planning process, key...

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