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Publication: Integrated Health Care and Criminal Justice Data — Viewing the Intersection of Public Safety, Public Health, and Public Policy Through a New Lens: Lessons from Camden, New Jersey

April 16, 2018
Graphic showing overlap between hospital claims & police arrest data

By Amy Yuen

In a report released by the Executive Session on Community Corrections and co-authored by the Camden Coalition’s Dawn Wiest and Aaron Truchil, researchers found that a small number of Camden residents disproportionately use the healthcare and criminal justice sectors, neither of which is designed to address the underlying problems they face: housing instability, inconsistent or insufficient income, trauma, inadequate nutrition, lack of supportive social networks, mental illness, and substance abuse disorders. These unaddressed social determinants of behavior appear to drive a cycle of repeated arrests and hospitalizations.

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Publication: Insights for Tailored Pediatric Asthma Interventions

February 9, 2018

By Cortney Bruno

Children with asthma often visit the emergency department or are admitted to the hospital, but some of these costly visits may be avoidable. That’s why practitioners, researchers, and policymakers are interested in interventions that help kids control their asthma while preventing avoidable hospital use. The challenge is figuring out which intervention will work best for which child. Identifying subgroups of children with asthma who have similar utilization patterns was the focus of an Annals of Emergency Medicine article written by staff from Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, University of Michigan, and RAND Corporation.

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Publication: Lessons from the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers’ First Medicaid Shared Savings Performance Evaluation

December 1, 2017

By Amy Yuen

In the December 2017 issue of Population Health Management, researchers from the Camden Coalition and UnitedHealthcare discuss the lessons that the Coalition, Rutgers Center for State Health Policy, and UnitedHealthcare learned while evaluating the Coalition’s Accountable Care Organization (ACO) performance in its first year.

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Publication: Competing healthcare systems and complex patients: An inter-professional collaboration to improve outcomes and reduce healthcare costs

February 24, 2017

By Hannah Mogul-Adlin

Lauran Hardin, Senior Director of Cross-Continuum Transformation at the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, is one of our National Center faculty members and an AARP Scholar-in-Residence at the National Center. She has published a series of journal articles on her work establishing a Complex Care Center at Trinity Health in Michigan.

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Publication: Cross-Continuum Tool Is Associated with Reduced Utilization and Cost for Frequent High-Need Users

December 9, 2016

By Hannah Mogul-Adlin

Lauran Hardin, Senior Director of Cross-Continuum Transformation at the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, is one of our National Center faculty members and an AARP Scholar-in-Residence at the National Center. She has published a series of journal articles on her work establishing a Complex Care Center at Trinity Health in Michigan.

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