CIN Webinar – Developing Mutually Beneficial Funding Models in Community Health Partnerships

Past Event
Thursday, January 25, 2024
12:00 - 1:00 PM Pacific
Online

About This Event

Cross-sector partnerships are more essential than ever in the current health care environment. Multiple new initiatives, including California’s statewide Medicaid program transformation, CalAIM, have forced the health ecosystem to make complex shifts toward expanding and deepening partnerships between social services and health care organizations.

In this CIN webinar, led by Dustin Harper from the Institute on Aging and Amy Scribner from CIN partner Health Plan of San Mateo, we’ll hear how a social service organization and a health care organization partnered together to advance community-based services for Medi-Cal members with complex needs. They will discuss their challenges around developing a mutually beneficial and sustainable funding model to support services provided by Institute on Aging for clients in both home and community-based settings, what they did to overcome this challenge together, and advice they have for other organizations encountering a similar partnership and funding shifts.

This webinar is intended for individuals who are actively participating in cross-sector partnerships and looking for advice on how to build a mutually beneficial and sustainable funding model within a social service and health care partnership. Attendees should come prepared to actively participate as reflection and discussion will be core elements of this webinar.

In this workshop participants will:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of the intricacies of overcoming challenges within partnerships between social services and health care organizations.
  • Learn strategies to develop and maintain a mutually beneficial and sustainable funding model with a community health partnership.

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