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Camden Coalition speaks on our randomized controlled trial at J-PAL’s Health Care Delivery Competition

July 2, 2018

By Berly Laycox

On June 22, 2018, Aaron Truchil, Director of Strategy & Analytics at the Camden Coalition, attended the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab’s annual Health Care Delivery Innovation Competition to speak about the Camden Coalition’s experiences in implementing a randomized controlled trial (RCT).

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Camden Coalition presents at New Jersey integrated data priorities meeting

June 13, 2018

By Berly Laycox

Most New Jersey government and healthcare database systems are not connected to each other, leaving the potential for research and assessing system-level solutions for care untapped. To help address this issue, New Jersey enacted legislation to create an integrated health data project.

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Camden Coalition presents at the World Bank’s Knowledge Exchange

June 4, 2018

By Berly Laycox

On June 4, 2018, Audrey Hendricks, Program Manager for Clinical Redesign Initiatives, spoke on the Camden Coalition’s approach to data-driven and innovative healthcare delivery at the World Bank’s Knowledge Exchange. The Knowledge Exchange was a two-day convening of the World Bank’s Global Practice for Health, Nutrition and Population in the Latin America and Caribbean region.

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Camden Coalition presents at 2018 Social Impact Exchange Conference

May 25, 2018

On May 24, 2018 Kathleen Noonan, Natasha Dravid and Victor Murray presented two case studies on the Camden Coalition’s cross-sector work at a conference in New York City hosted by the Social Impact Exchange and Morgan Stanley. The Social Impact Exchange is dedicated to building a capital marketplace that scales solutions to improve the lives of millions.

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Camden Coalition testifies at non-emergency medical transportation hearing

May 14, 2018
Patient in wheelchair in non-emergency medical transportation bus waits to get off bus

By Alex Staropoli

On May 10 in Trenton, the Camden Coalition testified at the Assembly Human Services Committee hearing on the status, and issues affecting, the state-contracted non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) system. New Jersey recently signed a new contract with LogistiCare, the state’s sole provider of NEMT under Medicaid for the past nine years, but serious problems persist.

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