Andy Principe of Starling Advisors presented on a 10-year look back at lessons learned from safety-net provider networks. Participants reviewed a brief history of Network activity, takeaways, and priorities for future work.
This slide deck comes from the fifth grantee learning session, titled “Social Health." It provides an overview of social health integration in healthcare settings, including emerging frameworks and the case for screening.
In September 2022, the Delta Center for a Thriving Safety Net convened grantees and Delta Center partners in New Mexico for peer sharing and relationship building. This summary aims to capture the most important themes from the event.
This brief offers strategies for PCAs and BHSAs to engage state legislators by navigating political dynamics, building champions, and engaging consumers. The insights are drawn from discussions that took place during a session on legislative engagement at the Delta Center Convening held in New Mexico.
This toolkit from Bailit Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s State Health & Value Strategies program details approaches states are taking through their Medicaid managed care (MMC) programs to address health-related social needs. Featuring profiles from 16 states, the toolkit is intended to be used by states to develop managed care procurements or update and operationalize key contract provisions.
This New Mexico convening takeaway outlines a comprehensive framework for understanding the various domains used in social health integration by organizations addressing Social Determinants of Health (SDOH). The overview of the framework is followed by a list of resources for grantees to learn more about the different Health Care System Activities.
Three videos describe North Carolina's consumer engagement process and lessons learned from the participants. Part 1 focuses on the collaborative as a whole; part 2 discusses the process of engaging consumers and leveling the playing field; and part 3 discusses the importance of rethinking how organizations engage with consumers and build trust.
This brief describes four key lessons that i2i Center for Integrative Health and the North Carolina Community Health Center Association learned about consumer and family engagement through facilitating a collaborative process to develop recommendations for North Carolina Medicaid about how to design and implement the new care management program to equitably meet the needs of patients and families.
The Community Health Care Association of New York State and New York State Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare leveraged their existing relationship developed under the Delta Center grant to create a unified voice to influence the state's telehealth policy.