The Council’s latest Healing Hands details the vital role of Care Coordination for patients experiencing homelessness. People without homes often receive services from multiple health care and social service providers, and coordinating care across these providers is integral to quality care efforts and supporting patients. This new issue discusses the benefits of care coordination, details challenges to implementing integration initiatives, and presents provider case studies to highlight solutions and strategies in care coordination for clients without homes.
Designed for and by American homeless health care professionals, this publication is designed to help learners understand and apply information about effective delivery of homeless health care. CME credits are available for reading the issue and successfully completing the post-test.