2019 Learning Collaboratives

The SDOH Academy is launching four Learning Collaboratives (LC) for smaller cohorts of HRSA-funded health centers, Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCN), and Primary Care Associations (PCA). The learning collaboratives will focus on shared learning aimed at transforming care to better meet the socioeconomic circumstances and non-clinical needs of special and vulnerable populations. Each LC consists of four virtual meetings held by faculty from a variety of organizations with National Cooperative Agreements from HRSA. Participants were selected through an open application process in October 2018.

LC #1 Addressing SDOH in Rural Areas
November – December 2018
Faculty: Capital Link, Health Outreach Partners, Migrant Clinicians Network, and National LGBT Health Education Center

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Questions? Contact Kristen Stoimenoff from Health Outreach Partners at kristen@outreach-partners.org

LC #2 Training Health Center Workforce to Address SDOH
February 2019
Faculty: Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations, Association of Clinicians for the Underserved, and National Health Care for the Homeless Council

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Questions? Contact Darlene Jenkins from National Health Care for the Homeless Council at djenkins@nhchc.org

LC #3 Leveraging Medicaid Policies to address SDOH
April 2019
Faculty: Corporation for Supportive Housing, National Association of Community Health Centers, and National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership

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Questions? Contact Janis Ikeda from Corporation for Supportive Housing at janis.ikeda@csh.org

LC #4 Developing Cross-Sector Partnerships to Improve Health Outcomes
June 2019
Faculty: Harvard Equitable Care for Elders, National Center for Health and Public Housing, and National Nurse-Led Care Consortium

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Questions? Contact Emily Kane from National Nurse-Led Care Consortium at ekane@nncc.us