7-Day Pledge: Partnering to reduce readmissions in Camden

While many efforts in healthcare seek to change patients’ behavior, the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers believes that the healthcare system itself needs to be redesigned based on patients’ needs. Our clinical redesign work does just that, creating new workflows and motivations that help patients get the care they require.

The clinical redesign brief series highlights our work in this area. This brief explains how we created the 7-Day Pledge program and shares some of the lessons from our work.

Cross-Sector Data in Action
Cross-sector collaboration can provide crucial data for programs that address the root causes of poor health. This brief, Cross-Sector Data in Action, highlights ways that…
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Navigating Legal Parameters for Cross-Sector Data Collaboration
Legal and regulatory questions are common among groups working to share cross-sector data. This brief, Navigating Legal Parameters for Cross-Sector Data Collaboration, provides examples of how…
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Building Trust for Cross-Sector Data Collaboration
Cross-sector data sharing relies on strong relationships between organizations. This brief, Building Trust for Cross-Sector Data Collaboration, explores ways to create and strengthen data partnerships.…
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Sample Data Sharing Agreements
Cross-sector data sharing is lauded as an integral part of complex care. Sharing data between multiple sectors—such as behavioral health, medical, criminal justice, housing, and…
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Understanding our patients' behavioral health and social needs
Complex care serves individuals who are repeatedly cycling through healthcare, social service, and other systems but who do not derive lasting benefit from those interactions.…
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Blueprint for Complex Care
Advancing the emerging complex care field to effectively address root causes of poor health cannot be achieved by individual organizations. Doing so requires a…
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