Through centralized, coordinated processes, Community-Integrated Health Networks provide a unified and consistent approach to program delivery.
What are the key benefits of a Community-Integrated Health Network?
- Provides a uniform, consistent way for potential older adults to learn about and access programs and receive services
- Increases program efficiency by reducing duplication of efforts
- Appeals to health care entities, as there is one organization, rather than several, with which to interface and communicate
- Can act on behalf of its partners to negotiate and sign contracts with the health care sector
- Provides a framework to increase program reach and can respond to the volume demands of health plans or health care systems by aligning the efforts of many partner organizations
Explore our resources on how to build a Community-Integrated Health Network, including leadership structure, how to make program delivery, quality assurance, and evaluation processes decisions, how to build and activate your partner network, and what medicare reimbursement and alternative payment models look like.