Consumer perspectives on the Camden Coalition care management RCT study findings

A webinar on implications of the Camden Coalition's RCT findings hosted by the Social Interventions Research & Evaluation Network (SIREN)


Virtual 12-1 pm ET

Care management & redesign Community & consumer engagement

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This is the second of a two-part webinar series on implications of the Camden Coalition’s RCT results, hosted by the Social Interventions Research and Evaluation Network (SIREN) at UCSF.

In 2020, a major article on “healthcare hotspotting” may have caught your eye. The article described findings from our four-year, prospective, 800-person randomized evaluation of the Camden Core Model, an innovative and comprehensive approach to care coordination for patients with very high use of healthcare services. The study found no differences in hospital utilization between patients randomly assigned to the Camden Core Model and those who received usual care. In 2023, two secondary analyses were published looking at intervention dosage and engagement. Then teaming back up with MIT’s J-PAL to publish a new analysis, we looked at more intermediate measures of care coordination. These studies help to explain the original RCT’s primary outcomes findings.

Join us May 9, 12-1 pm ET, for a moderated panel with National Consumer Scholars Pamela Corcoran, Carl Boyd, Nohora Gutierrez, and Emily Cowen as they discuss implications of the RCT findings from the perspectives of community members and individuals with lived experience of complex health and social needs. This webinar will be moderated by Dawn Wiest, Director of Research and Evaluation at the Camden Coalition.