This toolkit from the American Academy of Home Care Medicine includes tools to help implement home-based primary care for high-risk, homebound patients in order to shift the use of healthcare services from emergency and inpatient care to community-based general care, and to improve patients’ quality of life. The toolkit includes a white paper, FAQ, video...

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This report from Public Agenda and United Hospital Fund provides the results of qualitative research aiming to better understand parents’ perspectives on social determinants of health, receptiveness to discussing social needs with pediatricians, and ideas for making social determinants of health screenings work well. Through focus groups with low-income parents in New York City, the...

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The significance of trauma has become an increasingly accepted tenet of complex care. While there is general agreement on the core principles of trauma-informed care and that trauma can negatively impact an individual’s health and wellbeing, our March 2019 webinar and April 2019 Office Hours for Complex Care focused on how to apply trauma-informed approaches in a variety of settings.

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This spring, our Student Hotspotting program is recruiting its sixth cohort of interprofessional student teams to be trained in complex care techniques over six months. With a combination of hands-on patient engagement, an online curriculum, and regular case conferencing and round-table events with complex care experts, students learn to build authentic healing relationships and interact...

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