Category: complex care

National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs Putting Care at the Center Conference

The National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs annual conference, co-hosted with Regional One Health, is an opportunity for innovators and advocates for healthcare delivery reform from across the country, both pioneers and newcomers, to meet, network, and create a shared agenda for the emerging field of complex care. This year’s conference theme is It takes an ecosystem: …

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Infographic: Blueprint for Complex Care–11 Opportunities to Strengthen the Field

Complex care is a person-centered approach to addressing the needs of a relatively small, heterogenous group of people who repeatedly cycle through multiple healthcare, social service, and other systems—including the criminal justice system—yet do not derive lasting benefit from those interactions. While the United States spends more on health care than any other industrialized nation, …

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