The Community Health Center Network (CHCN) is a non-profit, managed care organization made up of 8 federally-qualified health centers that service under-served communities of the East Bay. CHCN is looking for technology that can screen for needs around social determinants and guide patients and health workers to the appropriate community resources. Additionally, they are interested in technologies that can better engage and connect with members efficiently and effectively, to sustain high risk patients over a longitudinal period.
Health Planning Council of NE Florida, City of Jacksonville & CHMI
The Health Planning Council, a non-profit regional health council, with the City of Jacksonville and the Clinton Health Matters Initiative, strive to address public safety for under-served populations that don’t have cars and must resort to walking and biking out of necessity. They are also interested in identifying safe opportunities in the community for residents to be more physically active, while ultimately improving health outcomes and reducing rates of chronic disease.
The Mary Black Foundation, a local funder, and Spartanburg's Way to Wellville, a volunteer-driven collaborative, are looking to promote employee wellness, telehealth, healthy behavior & condition management for small businesses, which may not have the same financial resources as large employers. Spartanburg is also looking for a platform to improve resident engagement and use of clinical & non-clinical community resources, especially among under-served residents, to streamline primary and preventive care, reduce utilization of emergency services and to ultimately improve the health of the community.
MHP Salud implements Community Health Worker (CHW) programs to empower under-served Latino communities and promotes the CHW model nationally as a culturally appropriate strategy to improve health. Given the current health landscape in Starr County, TX and the growing trend of technology utilization in community health programming, MHP Salud wishes to creatively use technology in the hands of CHWs to address the social determinants of health barriers preventing optimal health care access and delivery in Starr County, TX for under-served Latinos.