From the Partnership to Align Social Care:
The Partnership to Align Social Care (Partnership) is excited to announce that applications are open for communities and their health care provider/payer partners to participate in an 18-month long learning collaborative to advance community-driven models of care that promote health equity! With funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), the Partnership is launching a health equity learning collaborative (HELC) project, Community-Driven, Multi-Payer Health Equity Solutions: An ECHO Collaborative.
Led by Freedmen’s Health Consulting, the HELC will include up to 20 multi-sector teams focused on addressing health equity in their local communities. Each team will develop a plan that incorporates value-based payment principles to design and implement local strategies to sustainably address social needs and promote health equity. Information about this effort is available online including FAQs, an example participating market, and the application to participate.
Attendees will hear more about this opportunity and discuss how the health equity learning collaborative intersects with other Administration for Community Living (ACL) initiatives, such as the CCH National Learning Community. The recording and materials will be available to all registrants and posted online following the webinar.