Embedding Financial Capability Counseling into Health Center Programming

Dec 10, 2018  02:00 PM  EST

Social determinants of health (SDoH) play a major role in a patient’s ability to achieve and maintain optimal healthcare outcomes. Financial literacy and stability are important determinants of a patient’s ability to access health care and adhere to treatment plans. Providers can adopt partnerships with community organizations to address patients’ financial needs and provide benefits in and outside of the health center setting. This learning collaborative explored strategies to integrate financial capability programming in a primary care setting.

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Cohorts

Cohort 1: Winter of 2017-2018

  • Community Health of Central Washington

  • Community Health Center of Snohomish County

  • Health Center Association of Nebraska (NE PCA)

  • HealthPoint

  • Macoupin County Public Health Department

  • N.E. Washington Health Programs Association

  • Northeast Ohio Neighborhood (NEON) Health Services-Collinwood & East Cleveland

  • Ozarks Community Health Center

  • Pine Ridge Family Health Center

  • Thomas Jefferson College of Nursing

  • Valley View Health Center

Speakers: Parker Cohen, Adam Shickendanz, Josh Miller-Myers

 

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