This fact sheet from the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) outlines considerations to guide health care organizations in meaningfully engaging patients and community members around designing and implementing a trauma-informed approach to care. Key considerations include: Incorporate patient and community member feedback early in the process Create a variety of outlets to solicit feedback...

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Safety net providers serve a substantial percentage of low-income individuals in the United States, many of whom have complex health and social needs including trauma, behavioral health conditions, and social determinant factors. As these individuals face serious medical illnesses and become eligible for palliative care, they may find that their care is misaligned with their...

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The Camden Core Model is the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers’ signature care management intervention. From 2014-2017, the Camden Coalition (which houses the National Center) partnered with researchers affiliated with J-PAL North America to conduct a randomized controlled trial (RCT) that would help us learn more about how our model affects patients’ hospital readmissions. The...

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This report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides an overview of how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) impact health and opportunity, and lays out a series of strategies to prevent ACEs. These strategies include: Strengthening economic supports to families Promoting social norms that protect against violence and adversity Ensuring a strong start...

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