Replicating Effective Models of Complex Care

I’ve had the distinct privilege, as an AARP-sponsored scholar-in-residence at the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs to continue evolving the ideas spurred by my DrPH dissertation research on innovating ways to replicate models of care for vulnerable populations that while more effective, are also more difficult to spread.  Last week, Health Affairs Blog published a post that I wrote with colleagues from the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers on this subject.  To give it a read click here.  There are some exciting new approaches that we can take to this problem and a path to do so that can build a field of practical knowledge we need to transform our health care system for the better.

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