The final in a three-part series on data sharing. Cross-sector data partnerships can help organizations plan and implement services and programs by allowing providers to identify the social factors that negatively impact the health of people with complex health and social needs, and better align systems that serve overlapping populations. This webinar focused on how...

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Cross-sector data sharing partnerships can help communities address the social factors that negatively impact the health of people with complex health and social needs, and better align systems that serve overlapping populations. But legal considerations often deter potential partners from collaborating. Drawing from their work in Chicago and San Diego, speakers share their experiences in...

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This special report from the National Academy of Medicine begins to separate the complex health and social needs population into segments such as people with multiple chronic conditions, non-elderly disabled, frail elderly, children with complex needs, and more. Evidence-backed complex care models are then matched to each sub-population. Read the report

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A review of the current state of the field of complex care from the Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc. (CHCS). This report identifies current gaps in knowledge, including segmentation, measuring quality outcomes, and aligning financial incentives across systems, and maps a path forward. Read the report here

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