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In partnership with the National Governors Association, this webinar will explore opportunities for state leadership on complex care. Speakers from the National Governors Association will expand on recommendations made in their 2017 report Building complex care programs: A road map for states.
The Interprofessional Student Hotspotting Learning Collaborative directly addresses the complex care needs of the most vulnerable patients in our community. In addition, Student Hotspotting helps build the future healthcare workforce by offering trainees from multiple professions longitudinal first-hand experience in working with medically and socially complex patients, addressing issues often related to social determinants of health.
We all know that getting medical care is a key component to being healthy, and that being able to get to medical appointments is a key component to receiving medical care. However, each year, almost 4 million individuals miss medical appointments due to transportation issues, such as lack of vehicle access, lack of reliable or accessible public transportation or transportation costs.
Putting Care at the Center is the annual conference of the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs. The National Center is funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, AARP, and The Atlantic Philanthropies, and is an initiative of the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers.