Meeting People Where They Are: Interprofessional Collaboration in the Community to Support PEH

This session will explore leveraging interprofessional collaboration to reduce healthcare disparities in people experiencing homelessness through innovative care delivery models. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, at a large urban academic medical center, health care for people experiencing homelessness was disparate and siloed. The pandemic necessitated a level of collaboration across professions and organizations that was unprecedented in the region. Building on that momentum, an interprofessional center was established to improve collaboration internally and externally to the academic medical center and to reduce health disparities in people experiencing homelessness.

Speaker: Karen Lui, Rush University Medical Center

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Categories: Best Practices, Clinical Guidelines, Clinical Practice, Health Center-Specific Resources, Homeless Services
Tags: 2024 National HCH Conference
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