Cross-sector data sharing is lauded as an integral part of complex care. Sharing data between multiple sectors—such as behavioral health, medical, criminal justice, housing, and education—seems like a straightforward way to understand people’s complex health and social needs and provide whole-person care. In practice, however, sharing data isn’t always so simple. Most organizations that want...

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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 Office Hours session features Kate Marple, Director of Communications for the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership, discussed considerations for empowering collaborations with consumers and answer questions on related communications strategies involving consumer partners. Consumer narratives and storytelling can spur audiences to organized action and build capacity for advocacy in those sharing their lived experience. These...

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This report from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity in the UK combines stories and data to explore how people in disadvantaged neighborhoods progress from one chronic medical condition to multiple. The report features in-depth data visualizations showing everything from frequency of chronic condition by age to the sequence of acquisition of multiple conditions. The report...

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