Boston, MA | November 1-3
Putting Care at the Center is the annual conference of the Camden Coalition’s National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs initiative. It provides an opportunity for the national complex care community to learn, network, and create a shared agenda for the growing field of complex care. Co-hosted by Commonwealth Care Alliance & The Center to Advance Consumer Partnership, this year’s event will take place November 1-3 in Boston, Massachusetts at the Boston Park Plaza hotel. (See below for more information about reserving a room using our conference group rate.)
This year’s conference theme
The theme of Putting Care at the Center 2023 is: Elevating behavioral health in whole-person care.
Improving the health and well-being of individuals with complex health and social needs requires strong complex care ecosystems, in which organizations and sectors work collectively to coordinate care. One challenge to building strong ecosystems of care is that in many communities, behavioral health services — including mental health care and addiction support — are underfunded and siloed.
Over the course of the conference, we hope to address questions like:
- What opportunities exist to strengthen and integrate behavioral health services?
- What lessons can be gleaned from national reform efforts?
- How can organizations in other sectors learn from behavioral health’s peer leadership models?
Interested in attending the conference?
Early bird registration will open in March. Attendees can reserve a room at the Boston Park Plaza in our block at the conference group rate of $239 USD per night from now through October 6. After October 6, reservations will not be available at the conference group rate.