Cmmi webinar engaging partners - 1-2.22.2013

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  • 1. Credential the organizationCCOP is a PICO affiliate –we are part of 1000 congregations working to improve conditions for families across 17 states
  • Ask people on webinar to take a moment and write down hospitals,pcps, and behavioral health.
  • Ask at each tier, who else they will need to engage: legislators, advocates, healthcare providers who are champions. Data collection and analysis group for hot spotting.


  • 1. Engaging Community Partnersto Build a Health Care Coalition
  • 2. About PICO National Network “Unlocking the Power of People”• 45 local and regional federations• 8 state networks• 1.2 million families• Bring people together to transform their communities• Largest community organizing network in the US• Racially and economically diverse• Multi-issue, anchored in local organizing
  • 3. What do we want to achieve?• Apply the principles and practices of community organizing to reorganize a fragmented health care delivery system
  • 4. Striving for a triple bottom-line1. Providing better care for the highest need patients and communities2. Reducing health care costs3. Building a sustainable model for improving health outcomes in underserved communities
  • 5. 1. Promote collaboration 2. Build public will for among providers and fundamental changes in thebetween providers and the delivery of care community Community Engagement Model 4. Train local residents to 3. Directly engage residents participate in decision-in “hot-spot” neighborhoods making over health care and populations resources
  • 6. 1. Promote collaboration among providers andbetween providers and the community
  • 7. NJ Medicaid ACO Pilots• Community-based non-profit• Geographic collaboration – 100% inpatient hospitals – 75% of primary care providers – At least 4 behavioral health providers• Payer participation – Mandatory Medicaid Fee For Service – Optional Medicaid HMO’s
  • 8. National learning community to support replication across communitiesLearning community supported bytraining, shared infrastructure anddirect on-site consulting. Tier I -Buy-in among key hospital and primary Tier II care providers -Have a structure for -Data set to track results collaboration among -Public support for stakeholders integrated systems Tier III -Have identified a change -Participating in cross- targeted geography or -Non-profit structure in site trainings population place to fully implement -Receiving Technical -Ready to begin an integrated care Assistance consulting implementing elements delivery model -Meeting with of the model potential local champions Partnership of: • PICO National Network -Listening to • Camden Coalition of Health Care Providers, community priorities • Center for Health Care Strategies • Rutgers Center for State Health Policy
  • 9. Key Partner GroupsACO Stakeholders• Hospitals, Primary Care Providers, Behavioral Health, ResidentsChampions• Legislators, Activists, Businesses, Healthcare ProvidersPayors• Medicaid FFS, Medicaid HMO’sData Analysts
  • 10. How to Engage Partners• Data or shocking facts with anecdotes from residents• Learn how shocking fact impacts them• Learn self-interest – Bottom line? Increased # of patients?• Discover barriers/concerns for achieving self-interest – Changes in reimbursement? Lack of communication among providers?
  • 11. Convening Community Partners • Initiate communication and create common vision • In working groups • Based on intervention • For legislative fight
  • 12. Discussion• Who have been some of the most effective partners you have engaged?• Who has been one of the most unique partners you have or plan to engage?• Who have been some of the most difficult partners to engage?• What are your engagement goals this year?
  • 13. More Information Rev. Edward Livingston Executive Director Camden Churches Organized for People (856) 966-8869