Building strong ecosystems: The Camden Coalition’s 2019 annual report

The Camden Coalition serves individuals facing complex challenges, and effectively addressing those challenges cannot be accomplished by a single organization or sector. That’s why in 2019 we focused on creating and strengthening interdependent ecosystems of care locally in Camden, throughout New Jersey, and across the nation.

Our 2019 annual report surveys major areas of work including our care management intervention for people with complex health and social needs, clinical redesign initiatives in Camden and on the state level, connecting data across South Jersey, community engagement and coalition-building, and our national work building the field of complex care.

2019 highlights include:

  • Partnering with a homeless shelter in Camden to pilot shelter-based enrollment into the Camden Core Model
  • Working with partners across the state to co-create a brand new Regional Health Hub model for the state of New Jersey
  • Our fourth annual conference, Putting Care at the Center 2019, which brought organizations and individuals together from 45 states to learn about complex care ecosystem development
ScreenNJ lung cancer screening: An innovative approach to identifying individuals eligible for low dose CT scans
The New Jersey Department of Health’s ScreenNJ initiative is a collaborative project aimed at reducing cancer incidence and mortality in New Jersey through…
Read More
Compensating consumers and considerations for public benefit recipients
In this memo, Jeremy Spiegel, Esq. and Ashley Maddison, Esq. of the Rutgers Law School/Camden Coalition Medical-Legal Partnership and Evelyne Kane,…
Read More
A group of National Consumer Scholars smile for the camera at one of our annual conferences
Lessons from the Camden Coalition care team efforts to improve Healthy Days data collection
This brief examines the hurdles our care teams faced in their attempts to collect patient-reported data through the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC)…
Read More
Brief: Student homelessness in Camden City School District
This brief, a collaboration between the Camden City School District (CCSD), Nemours Children’s Health System, and the Camden Coalition, used our integrated data to show…
Read More
Guide: Talking to patients about the COVID-19 vaccines
This guide offers practical strategies for healthcare professionals who may encounter questions or concerns from clients/patients regarding the COVID-19 vaccines.
Read More
Exploring consumer engagement experiences: A research project co-led by the National Consumer Scholars
Consumer engagement is becoming a popular concept in healthcare, with organizations increasingly understanding the value in working closely with those they serve in order to…
Read More
A group of National Consumer Scholars smile for the camera at one of our annual conferences

Stay Informed

Join our mailing list to get the latest updates sent right to your inbox from the Camden Coalition.

Sign Up