Bringing it home: The shift in where healthcare is delivered

Camden Coalition care team member helps patient fill medication box.
Author
Lauran Hardin and Diana Mason
Date
July 11, 2019
January 9, 2020
On the Health Affairs blog: RCT results show a way forward for the Camden Coalition and complex care
In this blog post published on the Health Affairs blog, CEO Kathleen Noonan discusses lessons from the Camden Coalition RCT.
Kathleen Noonan
January 8, 2020
The Camden Core Model RCT shows us a path forward for complex care
A message from our CEO Kathleen Noonan on next steps after the evaluation of our care management intervention, published today in NEJM
Kathleen Noonan
Camden Coalition staff review a whiteboard with patient enrollment information
January 8, 2020
Sharing evidence to inform the future of healthcare delivery and complex care: Lessons from the Camden Coalition and J-PAL North America partnership
Part 2 of a Q&A blog series describing the partnership between the Camden Coalition and researchers affiliated with J-PAL North America.
Kathleen Noonan, Aaron Truchil, Amy Finkelstein
Camden Coalition staff hold whiteboard showing RCT enrollment numbers
January 8, 2020
Evaluating the Camden Core Model: How a research partnership between the Camden Coalition and J-PAL North America was built
Part 1 of a Q&A blog series describing the partnership between the Camden Coalition and researchers affiliated with J-PAL North America.
Kathleen Noonan, Aaron Truchil, Amy Finkelstein
November 14, 2019
It takes an ecosystem: Finding success in complex care
Read the Putting Care at the Center 2019 opening remarks by Kathleen Noonan, CEO
Kathleen Noonan
Putting Care at the Center attendees converse at a table.
October 29, 2019
Camden Coalition partners with the Better Care Playbook to share practical solutions for serving complex populations
Lessons from our local and national innovations that offer guidance for serving complex populations.
Mavis Asiedu-Frimpong

As complex care gains momentum, organizations and providers are finding innovative ways to serve individuals’ complex health and social needs. However, transforming the way care is delivered requires policy change and new payment models. In this blog post for JAMA Forum, Lauran Hardin, of our National Center, and Diana Mason, of George Washington University’s School of Nursing, write about two new Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services opportunities that incentivize innovative complex care models. First, the Emergency Triage, Treat and Transport (ET3) initiative is expanding opportunities for ambulance care teams to bring patients to primary or urgent care, or connect patients with telemedicine providers. Second, Primary Care First creates five new payment models that encourage primary care providers to keep their patients healthy, stable, and at home.

Read the blog post on JAMA Forum

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