CCI is sharing the best of the best for achieving health equity through virtual care. We’ve synthesized 20+ years of experience to create this learning hub filled with great ideas you can start test…
This podcast is about strengthening the health and wellbeing of historically underinvested communities. Every episode offers new ideas and practical advice that you can apply today.
Providing trauma-informed care to patients isn’t enough: Providers and staff also need to create a healing work environment for themselves.
Petaluma Health Center is a beautiful place showcasing the technology, open workspaces, and design that I would expect to see at a Silicon Valley startup (minus the scrubs).
It’s a crisis on top of a crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic has collided with the country’s opioid epidemic, shrinking access to life-saving treatments and recovery support services while compounding…
A care team member who follows up with the families of children who screen positive for adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) has made a huge difference in their lives.
With the help of Latina community health workers, Petaluma Health Center is strengthening its trauma-informed care in rural West Marin.
For LifeLong healthcare workers, the old adage of securing your own oxygen mask before assisting others is crucial, especially for those that want to support families who’ve experienced trauma.
Tosan Boyo shares practical next steps for organizations of any size and at any stage of their equity journey.
Boyo — who was recently chief operating officer of Zuckerberg San Francisco General Ho…
For many health centers and clinics, educating a diverse patient population about digital tracking tools to monitor blood pressure is a challenge. However, learning to adapt based on patient needs is…
Megan O’Brien shares some insights, reflections, and recommendations that will inform our work moving forward.
Sharing Ideas to Accelerate Progress
Here at CCI, we’re so proud of our safety net partners — the public hospitals, clinics, health care centers and networks, Indian health centers, and community-based organizations…
A pilot program from the Jefferson Center for Mental Health in Denver, Colorado, for treating depression yielded a recovery rate is two to four times greater than national averages.
The young health tech navigators, hired from the community, help patients with language issues, culture, trust and tech literacy.
In this episode, we dive into another health center’s digital health solution journey with remote patient monitoring (RPM) during the Covid-19 pandemic. Northeast Valley Health Corporation realized ea…
The online tools to help patients book their own visits and fill out virtual screens were difficult to roll out but well worth the effort.
Diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension are among the biggest scourges of low-income communities. Left uncontrolled, these diseases can cripple and kill people long before their time.
This toolkit consolidates the tools, resources and learnings of CCI’s population health program activities to support other health centers in their journey to value-based care.
Finding an internal champion for childhood trauma screening — a pediatric medical assistant — proved invaluable as Community Medical Centers rolled out its resilience program.
The collaborative’s data and findings form the basis for the next phase of California’s ACEs Aware initiative, designed to screen for, treat and heal childhood trauma.
During the pandemic, safety net health clinics soon realized patients’ touchstone for virtual care: A human connection to help bridge the digital divide.
The IMAT Index was developed as a practical, easy-to-use quality improvement tool for primary care clinics treating substance use disorders.
Chronic illness isn’t inevitable, but certain factors make it far more likely. In population health management, health care organizations collect data from multiple sources to predict the risk of il…
Barry Carter, PharmD, discusses team-based care strategies for dealing with hypertension. His presentation focuses specifically on the unique situations this work faces in a post-ACA world.