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This six-year impact report is the result of a comprehensive review of Hudson-Webber Foundation's grantmaking and strategic activities between 2017-2022. This report will tell readers why Hudson-Webber Foundation adopted a new strategic framework in 2017 and how the strategic framework drove work within the Foundation's mission areas and the policy and research arena to impact communities and improve the quality of life in Detroit.
Partnerships for Health: Lessons for Bridging Community-Based Organizations and Health Care OrganizationsJanuary 31, 2018
Given the impact that social factors have on health status and expenditures, and the shift toward value-based payment models that reward providers based on outcomes, health care organizations (HCO) and community-based organizations (CBO) across the country are increasingly working together to address patients' social needs. In Massachusetts, MassHealth is investing in accountable care organizations and community partners to integrate physical health, behavioral health, and long-term services and supports and also funding certain approved "flexible services" that address health-related social needs that are not otherwise covered as MassHealth benefits. Based on a review of promising HCO-CBO partnership models, this brief outlines characteristics of effective HCO-CBO partnerships and provides recommendations to guide the development of successful collaborations between health care and social service organizations.
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