That’s the question Partners in Care Foundation℠ has been asking health care providers, plans and families since the organization was founded nearly two decades ago.
Their mission today, as it was then, is to shape the evolving health system by developing and spreading high value models of community-based care and self management.
Their goals are to:
Innovate by creating or adapting community-based social service and wellness programs that address new target populations and leverage emerging trends in social service and healthcare delivery to meet the needs of consumers and payers.
Spread/scale effective service coordination, care transition, and evidence-based health and self-management models, programs and practices
Expand and enhance the effectiveness of the statewide Partners at Home Network for delivery of health self-management, wellness, care transitions, home and community-based care coordination – and make it self-sustaining
Be a national change agent for integrating healthcare with home and community-based services by promoting best practices and the value proposition to healthcare providers, payers, organizations and government agencies.
Build a strong, nimble infrastructure and culture, and sustainable financial resources to support the organizational mission and impact on the communities they serve.
Where is Partners in Care Foundation (PICF)