Improving outreach and enrollment efforts with MLP

Monday, February 13, 2017

A new podcast and issue brief share how medical-legal partnerships help health centers improve outreach and enrollment efforts.

“Improving Outreach and Enrollment Efforts in Health Centers through Medical-Legal Partnership”

PODCAST (13 minutes)
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Ellen Lawton from the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership and Liz Tobin Tyler from the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University visit the National Center for Community Health Center’s podcast to discuss the how medical-legal partnerships are working with health centers across the country to address barriers to health care access.

ISSUE BRIEF
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By Elizabeth Tobin Tyler for the National Association of Community Health Centers

This issue brief examines some of the current challenges in health center outreach and enrollment (O&E) and the ways in which medical-legal partnerships (MLPs) can support health center staff and patients to improve O&E efforts. Three case studies are presented to highlight how health centers with existing MLPs are improving O&E. In addition, they show that access to MLP services are expanded through collaboration between health insurance assisters and MLP attorneys. Key findings are presented to guide future partnerships and practice.