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Developing Care Models for Patients Living with Trauma

Developing Care Models for Patients Living with Trauma

People who are high utilizers of healthcare services account for a small percentage of the patient population. They often have significant physical, behavioral and social needs and find it challenging to navigate our complex healthcare system. It is not uncommon for patients to have experienced deep trauma including various forms […]

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Nursing Home Pilots Expand

Based on promising outcomes in patient care and satisfaction, two nursing homes – Centers Health Care and Providence Rest – will expand their BPHC pilots for another six-month period. The pilots seek to reduce the rates of re-hospitalizations, transitions and unnecessary emergency room visits while ensuring that patients and their […]

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The reviews are in … BPHC’s Care Coordination Training Program Receives Positive Ratings

BPHC’s Care Coordination Training Program received excellent reviews in a recent independent assessment. Participants gave high endorsements for the course being “insightful,” “all-inclusive,” and “extremely useful” in their role on a care team. Instructors were commended for understanding the care coordinator role and providing critical skills and advice in the […]

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A Look at Life Lived in Poverty

A Look at Life Lived in Poverty

“It is one thing to intellectually know the situation in which our clients live, but to experience it is extremely impactful.” — participant “It gave me more compassion, more understanding and more fuel to my fire to advocate for real, meaningful change.” More than 60 people from our member organizations […]

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