What is a Community Care Hub? Why is this model part of an important evolution toward achieving an equitable health and social care ecosystem? Join the Partnership and health and social care sector leaders for an upcoming webinar series to dive into these topics.
Join the Partnership for a Webinar Series, Community Care Hubs: Making Social Care Happen
The Partnership to Align Social Care is a cross-sector effort to co-design a multi-faceted strategy to enable successful partnerships between healthcare organizations and networks of CBOs, or Community Care Hubs (CCHs).
But, what is a Community Care Hub? Why is this model part of an important evolution toward achieving an equitable health and social care ecosystem? The Partnership and health and social care sector leaders recently hosted a series of webinars that dive into these and other important topics. All recordings and presentations are available from those events, and we encourage you to catch up and share this information with interested colleagues!
- Webinar 1: Cultivating Community Care Hubs: An Evolving Model to Improve Alignment between Health and Social Care Services outlines the important role of a CCH and provides examples from the field. (Recording and slides)
- Webinar 2: Integrating Community Care Hubs into Efforts to Address SDOH: A Playbook for State Medicaid Agencies, details the recent collaboration between Manatt Health and the Partnership to Align Social Care to create a resource for state Medicaid agencies and others seeking to partner with Community Care Hubs (CCHs) to integrate community-based organizations (CBOs) more effectively into their social drivers of health (SDOH) initiatives. The full playbook is available to download at https://www.partnership2asc.org/medicaidplaybook2022/ along with the webinar recording and slides.
- Webinar 3: Leveraging Multi-Payer Partnerships with Community Care Hubs to Build Equitable Health and Social Care Ecosystems, highlights opportunities to blend and braid multiple funding sources to support Community Care Hub capacity and service delivery and make the business case for the CCH model. (Recording and slides)