It is widely recognized that good outcomes for patients with complex care needs are achievable when health care providers work locally and in tandem with community, government, and other partners. Interprofessional, cross-sector, and cross-agency collaboration between organizations that share responsibility for serving a group of individuals living in a community or particular geography is an effective way to stabilize health, decrease unnecessary utilization, improve care delivery, and reduce avoidable costs.
This 60-minute webinar, brought to you by the Better Care Playbook and the Camden Coalition’s National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs, covered how to establish cross-sector partnerships, using the work of Adventist Health’s Project Restoration and the Camden Coalition as case studies. Shelly Trumbo from Adventist and Victor Murray from the Camden Coalition engaged in a thoughtful discussion facilitated by and co-presented with Lauran Hardin. Shelly focused on partnerships with multiple sectors, including police and emergency medical services, and Victor focused on partnerships with community-based health and human services organizations.
- Lauran Hardin, MSN, RN-BC, CNL, FNAP, FAAN, Senior Advisor for the Camden Coalition’s National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs
- Shelly Trumbo, MBA, Community Integration Executive for Adventist Health
- Victor Murray, MSW, Director of Field Building and Resources, Camden Coalition of Health Care Providers
Webinar date: November 5, 2019