In developing the Blueprint for Complex Care, we heard the need for more local connectivity to create coordinated systems of care for individuals with complex health and social needs.
To address this concern, in 2020 the National Center will hold six convenings of regional complex care stakeholders across the country to address complex care barriers in their own communities. This project aims to facilitate information sharing and collaboration on a regional level and to foster ecosystems of complex care, as outlined in the Blueprint for Complex Care.
2020 Regional convening selection process:
Application opens: January 15, 2020
Application closes: March 6, 2020 (Deadline extended!)
Host organizations selected: Week of April 6, 2020
Convenings take place: November, December 2020, first quarter of 2021
Applications for the 2020 regional convening cohort are now closed.
2019 Regional convenings
In 2019, three regional convenings addressed local barriers to good complex care in their communities. The 2019 regional convening hosts and issues addressed are listed below. Click the links for more information on each convening.
- In Atlanta, GA, the Atlanta Regional Collaborative for Health Improvement (ARCHI) hosted a convening to address the disconnect between patients and social services. Learn more.
- In California, the California Association for Public Hospitals/Safety Net Institute (CAPH/SNI) hosted a convening to address better hiring and support practices for peer health workers. Learn more.
- In rural Washington state, Jefferson Healthcare hosted a convening to address social isolation in older adults living in rural communities. Learn more.
For more information on regional convenings for complex care, please reach out to Alex Lipira at email@example.com.