What matters most in driving cross-sector partnerships for complex populations
Community & consumer engagement Strengthening ecosystems of care Legal & criminal justice
It is widely recognized that good outcomes for patients with complex care needs are achievable when health care providers work locally and in tandem with community, government, and other partners. Interprofessional, cross-sector, and cross-agency collaboration between organizations that share responsibility for serving a group of individuals living in a community or particular geography is an effective way to stabilize health, decrease unnecessary utilization, improve care delivery, and reduce avoidable costs.
This 60-minute webinar, brought to you by the Better Care Playbook and the Camden Coalition’s National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs, covered how to establish cross-sector partnerships, using the work of Adventist Health’s Project Restoration and the Camden Coalition as case studies. Shelly Trumbo from Adventist and Victor Murray from the Camden Coalition engaged in a thoughtful discussion facilitated by and co-presented with Lauran Hardin. Shelly focused on partnerships with multiple sectors, including police and emergency medical services, and Victor focused on partnerships with community-based health and human services organizations.
- Lauran Hardin, MSN, RN-BC, CNL, FNAP, FAAN, Senior Advisor for the Camden Coalition’s National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs
- Shelly Trumbo, MBA, Community Integration Executive for Adventist Health
- Victor Murray, MSW, Director of Field Building and Resources, Camden Coalition of Health Care Providers
Webinar date: November 5, 2019