The California Improvement Network (CIN) sat down with Amanda Clarke, Associate Director of Programs at the California Health Care Safety Net Institute (SNI) to discuss the challenges, lessons, and opportunities of the state’s Whole Person Care (WPC) pilots.
The Q&A highlights how SNI is working with WPC sites to improve care for the state’s highest-needs patients by breaking data-sharing barriers, leveraging community health workers and peer navigators, and delivering care outside clinic walls. To learn more, check out CIN’s blog, “After Some Hurdles, California Whole Person Care Pilots Hit Stride.”
CIN is a project of the California Health Care Foundation (CHCF) and administered by the Healthforce Center at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF). This Q&A is part of their efforts to spread better ideas for care delivery, the network finds, documents and shares innovative quality improvement projects throughout the state.