Community health centers have long incorporated social correlates of health into their work, and this report from the Social Interventions Research & Evaluation Network (SIREN) and the Center for Care Innovations lays out ways in which community health center innovators initiate and sustain social care programs, as well as the many barriers they face in that work.

They found a layered and diverse set of approaches to securing and sustaining funding, including leveraging funding in patient revenue streams and time-limited grants as well as taking advantage of value-based and integrated care models like patient-centered medical home certification, accountable care organizations, and more.

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