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.
Share your work in complex care at Putting Care at the Center 2021! There are two different presentation opportunities at this year’s conference: leading a workshop session or presenting in our virtual Beehive. Both workshop and Beehive applications open March 31, 2021, and close May 17. Learn more about each opportunity and apply on our conference website.
COVID-19 has compounded long-standing economic and health disparities, disproportionately affecting Latinos and other people of color. The CARES Act did not confer equal access to stimulus relief or Medicaid to immigrants who are more vulnerable due to roles in essential jobs. To address these structural inequities, organizations like La Clínica del Pueblo in Washington, D.C. are rapidly transforming services to improve healthcare and social care access.
In the absence of comprehensive economic and antihunger policies, emergency food systems and healthcare organizations have organized to meet increasing demand during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this webinar, we’ll hear from two collaboratives about their strategies to address acute food insecurity in urban environments. We’ll hear how their strategies were tailored to their specific populations and what lessons they’ve learned that can be applied to other organizations and cross-sector initiatives.