Come Together: Community Collaborations for Better Outcomes

Tuesday, May 15, 2018: 8:30 AM-4:00 PM
Greenway AJ (Hyatt Regency Minneapolis)
Health care and social service systems can be difficult to navigate for patients with complex needs. Siloed service providers can lead to unmanaged conditions, higher no-show rates, and lower quality of life. Community and health care organizations can share resources and collaborate together to streamline services and improve outcomes for their shared population. Building community partnerships gives providers the opportunity to better coordinate care and meet their patients where they are. This session will highlight best practices in community collaborations and give attendees tools for building partnership to better serve patients experiencing homelessness.
Caroline Gumpenberger, MPH (Director of Education, National Health Care for the Homeless Council)
Lauryn Berner, MSW, MPH (Project Manager, NHCHC)
Brooks McKinney, MSW (Director of Vulnerable Populations, Mission Health System)
Katie Miller (Director of Education and Employment, Youthlink)
Marney Thomas (Director of Partnerships and Community Engagement, Youthlink)
Carol Aschbacher (Family Nurse Practitioner, Hennepin County)
Molly A Hoff (Clinic Supervisor, Hennepin County)
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