While hundreds of innovative complex care models exist across the country, few of them have been successfully replicated or scaled beyond a single site. Replicating exemplary health care models is critical to the advancement of complex care, and to effecting the kind of systems change that the field is working toward. That’s why the National...

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This 2016 paper from Health and Social Care in the Community reviewed the available literature from 1990-2015, aiming to identify and synthesize the available evidence on the health benefits of social work interventions in primary care settings for people with complex health and social needs. Results suggested a promising role for primary care social work...

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Complex care is about addressing people’s social and medical needs, but most hospitals and health systems are only set up to do the latter. And while hospitals can make great strides towards better care by using data to identify individuals with complex health and social needs, deploying interprofessional teams, and improving care coordination, much of...

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CSH FUSE (Frequent Users Systems Engagement) is a proven model identifying frequent users of jails, shelters, hospitals and/or other crisis public services and then improving their lives through supportive housing. CSH collects examples of evaluated FUSE programs from across the country on their website. Browse the evaluations

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