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Webinar: Collaborating for data sharing

A presenter demonstrates a data tool at the 2016 National Center conference
Posted: May 10, 2017

On June 1, join the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs for a webinar on multi-sector data sharing. The webinar, Key Lessons: Collaborating for Data Sharing, will feature perspectives from AllianceChicago, Providence Health & Services, and the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers. Multi-sector data sharing partnerships can help communities address the social determinants Read More….

Better care through patient stories

Jeneen Skinner listens to a patient's lungs during a home visit
Posted: May 9, 2017

The Camden Coalition serves as the Accountable Care Organization (ACO) for the city of Camden. That means we work closely with the city’s primary care practices, making sure the care being delivered is coordinated and high-quality. We also want to make sure that the patients enrolled in our care management intervention are connected with providers Read More….

The power of love: A provider story

Margarita Santiago cheers on her patients and staff at STARS Adult Medical Day Care
Posted: May 9, 2017

Margarita Santiago worked in the hospice industry for seven years, providing care for patients and their families at the end of life. Three years ago, she was working for the Camden Coalition as an enrollment specialist, enrolling the very first patients into our ongoing Randomized Controlled Trial. Now she is the co-owner and Director of Read More….

COACH: A framework for empowering patients, and students too

Screenshot of the COACH reference guide
Posted: April 12, 2017

COACH is a method for developing authentic healing relationships with patients, encompassing the Camden Coalition’s tools, philosophies, and techniques for supporting patients with complex health and social needs in managing their health. Recently, we published our COACH framework as a manual with the help of our friends at the PolicyLab of the Children’s Hospital of Read More….

Addiction 101: Training Camden providers on addiction science and treatment

Shelly Virva and Scott Haga with their Addiction 101 training
Posted: April 12, 2017

In March, the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers hosted a series of “Addiction 101” trainings for our staff, community partners, and the primary care practices that make up our Accountable Care Organization (ACO), with the goal of reducing stigma and improving quality of care for patients struggling with addiction in Camden. Three-hundred staff members from Read More….