The National Center offers in-person and online opportunities to convene and learn about the latest developments, research, models, and findings in complex care. This includes regular webinars, our annual conference for the complex care field, and more.
Integrated care teams offer many advantages over the more traditional, provider-centric method of providing primary care. Southcentral Foundation (SCF) is a Malcolm Baldridge award-winning Alaska Native-owned healthcare system responsible for providing healthcare and related services to approximately 65,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people in southern Alaska. To provide primary care services, SCF uses Integrated Care Teams (ICTs) that includes a primary care provider, registered nurse case manager, certified medical assistant, case management support, and other providers as needed by the customer-owner (SCF’s term for patient). SCF’s ICT model keeps everyone in the system on the same page when it comes to a customer-owner’s care, and makes it easier for customer-owners to navigate the system.
Join us online this October for our annual conference on complex care. Putting Care at the Center is the annual conference of the Camden Coalition’s National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs. It is the only dedicated venue for the complex care field to learn, network, and create a shared agenda for improving care for people with complex needs.