The Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers (CCHP) works with healthcare providers, hospitals, and physician practices to improve the care and coordination of healthcare for Camden residents while decreasing costs. We believed that if we could affect this small percentage of "superusers" with better, more coordinated care, we could increase the quality of care and decrease the cost to the system
For the past ten years, CCHP has done just that. By developing programs and working in conjunction with those on the front lines of healthcare delivery, we have reduced the amount of ED and inpatient stays for our patients. contact us!
Our mission is to improve the health status of all Camden residents, by increasing the capacity, quality, and access of care in the city.
Camden will be the first city in the country to bend the cost curve while improving quality
• Servant Leadership We strive to serve as compassionate servant leaders, allowing us to focus on the growth and well being of the individuals and the community we serve. We aim to empower our patients, members, and partner organizations to improve performance every day.
• Communication and Collaboration We believe that open, honest, and consistent communication within our staff and with our community, members, and partners allows for collaboration and expands the support and investment in our mission. We are committed to being open source and sharing our knowledge with others so that we ultimately integrate our model and priorities into the broader healthcare system.
• Compassion and Respect We respect our patients, our members, and our community. We respect the different needs, backgrounds, and life experiences of all those we encounter and through compassion for each individual’s unique experience, we strive to serve and engage them in our mission.
• Innovation We strive to innovate by restrategizing and reworking solutions to meet the needs of patients in our community. We understand that with innovation comes the risk of failure; however, we embrace the learning opportunities that continuously inform our work. We understand that success in our work requires changing systems from office practice to state and national policies.
• Data Driven We use data to guide our discussions and decisions, to evaluate program progress, and to guide program improvements.
- March Summit: Full Agenda!
- Health Care Enrollment event on MLK Day
- Cincinnati-Based Cross-Site Learning Location Funded
- Connect with CCHP at the Jefferson Population Health Colloquium!
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- White Paper Press Release
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