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May 11, 2018
Community-based approaches to organizing health services seek to integrate care, improve population health, and occasionally control costs.
Variously known as Accountable Communities of Health (ACHs), Accountable Care Communities (ACCs), and Accountable Health Communities (AHCs), these place-based approaches utilize a backbone organization to coordinate healthcare (including behavioral health), public health, social services, and community-based supports to meet medical and social needs of all individuals living in a specific place.
This webinar explored the pros and cons of these models and provided a taxonomy to help you make sense of the myriad terms used to refer to these collective action approaches.