Working with Faith Leaders to Optimize Health System Engagement

Your primer for developing a congregational health network to inflect population health

congregational health networks

Provider organizations are increasingly using community partners in patient activation efforts and as extensions of their own care teams. Some providers have formed networks with congregations to engage at-risk patients in their communities.

Early pioneers have used these networks to inflect unnecessary utilization among high-risk patients, resulting in decreased avoidable emergency department utilization, decreased length of stays, delayed readmissions, and a lower mortality rate for hard-to-engage patients.

Download this report to learn about the benefits of working with religious institutions, four types of congregational health network models, and key considerations for the formation of an effective network.

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