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Screening tools and community partnerships are key to treating patients experiencing homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic.view more »
In a new state policy brief, America’s Essential Hospitals examines the unique health care risks homeless individuals face, states leading the way to create long-term solutions, and the role essential hospitals play in providing care to homeless populations.view more »
Essential hospitals not only help millions of Americans achieve physical well-being, they create economic health in the communities they serve.view more »
Under the “Better Way to Live” program, 62 “alternative level of care” patients have been successfully transitioned to a post–acute care facility.view more »
The UI Health program aims to help the city's chronically homeless reach stability and reduce health care costs by providing them with permanent homes.view more »
Accountable Health Communities to test whether clinical and community-based services alignment can improve care quality and affordability. CMS offers webinars on grant application process; letters of intent are due Feb. 8.view more »
New ASPR toolkit helps providers address the needs of people experiencing homelessness in their disaster response preplanning and recovery.view more »
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Brief summarizes essential hospitals' role caring for homeless patients, strategies for improving care, and recommendations for forming sustainable community partnerships.view more »
Los Angeles County Department of Health Services is using county health funds to house and care for the homeless. California wants to with Medicaid funds.view more »
Learn more about what essential hospitals can do to improve care for homeless patients.view more »
These two prominent social factors directly affect health outcomes. Essential hospitals are supporting patients in these areas with PCMHs, medical respite programs, and employment and housing programs.view more »
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