Camden Coalition in the news: November 2017 press roundup

Date
December 1, 2017
National Consumer Scholars sit thoughtfully around a table as one participant talks and gestures with his hand.
October 7, 2022
Understanding preferred language for ‘people with lived experience’
We surveyed fifteen participants in our consumer leadership programs to learn what language they liked — and disliked — to describe their role.
Evelyne Kane, Senior Program Manager, Community Engagement & Capacity Building
Renee talks to care team members in the Camden Coalition office
September 27, 2022
RELATE: Helping supervisors support their frontline staff — and prevent burnout
Learn about our new stand-alone training, designed specifically for supervisors of frontline complex care team members.
Paula Derrow, Freelance Writer
Marisol writes in a notebook after talking on the phone with a patient
September 7, 2022
Building genuine patient relationships over the phone
The pandemic and a telephonic social needs navigation program showed how to build authentic healing relationships over the phone.
Marisol Caban, Associate Director of Care Management Initiatives
Author Avani Kashyap at the Camden waterfront
August 31, 2022
Good intentions aren’t enough: Escaping the mindset of poverty porn
A Camden Coalition summer intern reflects on the difference between idealism and solidarity.
Avani Kashyap, Student, Washington and Lee University
Camden Coalition staff members cheer with their hands raised at the end of a team huddle
August 23, 2022
Strengthening ecosystems of care is the future of the complex care field and the way to address social drivers of health
Care coordination on a person-by-person basis is only the first step — which is why ecosystems are at the center of our 2022-2025 strategic plan.
Kathleen Noonan, President and CEO
A patient holds her baby
July 27, 2022
Supporting pregnant and parenting people who use drugs: A new toolkit and webinar
Everyone deserves access to quality healthcare and social support without the fear of criminalization.
Emily Wasuna, Program Manager for Field Building and Resources; Kyli Rodriguez-Cayro, Content Manager, Overdose Prevention Program at Vital Strategies

By Hannah Mogul-Adlin

Our Housing First program, and the story of our patient Miguel Rodriguez, was featured in two New Jersey papers, including as the cover story of the Courier-Post’s Thanksgiving paper:

 

Our Senior Director of External Affairs, Natassia Rozario, wrote an op-ed on behalf of the Good Care Collaborative that was published in two New Jersey papers:

 

Natassia was also named to Governor-elect Phil Murphy’s health care transition committee:

 

Our Senior Director of National Initiatives, Mark Humowiecki, was interviewed for North Carolina Public Radio on healthcare hotspotting and our Student Hotspotting program:

 

The Camden Coalition was featured twice in New Jersey’s brand new business media outlet, ROI-NJ

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