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Advancing a Family-Centered Community Health System: A Community Agenda Focused on Child Health Care, Foundational Relationships, and Equity
A family-centered community health system (FCCHS) is the organization of people, institutions, and resources in a specific geographic area that deliver health care and other health-influencing services. In an FCCHS, services are delivered in new ways that build partnerships between providers and families; that are organized in a coordinated network; that work to dismantle historical and structural racism; that promote community-wide supports for foundational relationships and early relational health; and that make visible high-performing medical home and team based care practices; all of which are effectively coordinated with community supports and networks. This webinar will discuss the elements of the FCCHS that when adopted and coordinated, can drive transformation at the system, community, and policy levels and bring forward commentaries from thought leaders and advocates.

Speakers include David W. Willis, MD Senior Fellow, CSSP and discussants, Kay Johnson, Johnson Group Consulting, Inc., Matt Biel, MD of Washington, DC’s Early Childhood Innovation Network, Molly Day of Early Learning Multnomah, and Dr. Shadi Houshyar of CSSP.

Sep 22, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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