In the wake of the Affordable Care Act, numerous federal and California health care initiatives are underway to transform usual care practices to improve the health and well-being of the population, with a particular focus on individuals with complex health and psychosocial conditions. Within these initiatives, there is an expectation for cross-sector collaboration, coordination, and data sharing to better address the social determinants that profoundly impact health outcomes and costs of care.
The Summit’s goal is to learn from the experiences of regional,cross-sector partners who are expanding and redefining their roles, and working to collectively build and implement coordinated and accountable systems of care. Leaders of health and behavioral health plans, primary care, mental health and substance use disorder systems, hospitals, homeless service providers, and others will discuss and explore innovative strategies for patient engagement and activation, service delivery,and payment and financing reform.
Click the links below for the materials from the summit.
- Presenter and Facilitator Bios
- Thurs 320: Meyer: Managed Medicaid: Moving Upstream for Long Term Savings and Better Health
- Thurs 4:30: Maria Raven: Homelessness and the Health Care System: How Programs Can Function When Housing Is Scarce
- Thurs 4:30: Josh Bamberger: Health Care and Housing the Homeless Now
- Thurs 4:30: Jonathan Wolf: Mercy Housing California Health and Housing
- Fri 8:40: Partnering for Whole Person Care–Alameda County’s Experience
- Fri 9:30: Yolo: Cross System Integration as a Means for Addressing Social Determinants of Health
- Fri 10:30: Libby Boyce and Richard Myers: An Innovative, Multidisciplinary Street‐Based Engagement Model for LA’s Skid Row
- Fri 11:20 Table Top Discussion
- Fri 1:15: Stephen Kaplan: San Mateo County’s Journey Towards Whole Person Care
- Fri 1:15: Clayton Chau: L.A. Care Health Plan and Drug Medi‐Cal
- Fri 1:15: John Connolly: System Transformation to Advance Recovery and Treatment
- Fri 2:15: Barbara Masters California Accountable Communities for Health Initiative
During the Summit, we had the privilege to have the presentations and ensuing discussion captured by graphic recorder Wyn Wilson. Below, we have gathered the images Wyn created. Clicking an image should take you to a larger version of it, and you can then use the arrows to move through the images.