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  1. To access the AUDIO portion of the webinar: • Dial: 1-866-740-1260 • Pass code: 8618356

  2. Request for Community-Wide Planning Technical Assistance Webinar Linda M. Kinney, Director of Collaborative Network Development Shelisa Howard-Martinez, Collaborative Network Specialist Dial: 1-866-740-1260 Passcode: 8618356

  3. Care Share Health Alliance • Care Share is an independent, statewide resource that brings people together to improve the health of low-income, uninsured persons. • We meet communities where they are, build on their strengths and resources, and support communities in coordinating healthcare resources to serve low-income, uninsured North Carolinians.

  4. Technical Assistance Services • Capacity Building: organizational development, financial management, leadership building, Information Technology expertise, programs/systems design • Identifying new resources for communities • Referrals to other agencies to leverage resources • Advisory/coaching with leadership • Conflict Resolution • Community wide planning

  5. Collaboration • “Everyone brings all of their blocks to the party, puts them on the table, and then takes their hands away.”

  6. Successful Collaboration • Broad stakeholder participation – everyone comes together around an intersecting issue (caring for the uninsured) • Effective & Passionate Leadership (Sparkplugs) • Group staying focused on what is best for the health of the individual/patient • Shared vision and goals • Creating something new together (shared ownership & responsibility) • Honesty • Trusting and being worthy of trust • Celebrating success and having fun together!

  7. Continuum of Collaboration Partners meet on a regular basis, planning to implement a project/system together All safety net providers at the table, coordinated for all the uninsured, prioritized needs, funding – Collaborative Networks No collaboration, silos, lack of trust Continuum of Collaboration Informal, episodic collaboration, letters of support Integrated system – common systems, coordination of care across partners, i.e. Project Access

  8. Collaborative Network • Are formal structures created within NC’s counties or regions • Consist of individual agencies and networks who provide low-income, uninsured individuals • Achieve more working together than separately. • Have a clear purpose to work towards shared mission, vision, and outcomes • Work to provide a full continuum of care for low-income, uninsured individuals

  9. Continuum Hospital Dental Specialty Care Patient Primary & Preventable Care Medical Home DSS Medications Mental/ Behavioral Health Wellness & Health Education Ancillary Services Chronic Disease Management Care

  10. Community-Wide Planning Process • Goal is to develop a three-year, community-wide plan to care for the uninsured • Builds on existing community health assessments and plans • Opportunity to develop: • A new or updated Strategic Plan • A Finance Plan • Evaluation Plan • Sustainability Plan to enhance their long-term financial viability

  11. Community-Wide Planning Process • Community readiness and ability to participate are key. • Goal is to complete plan within 6 – 8 months. At this point if Plan is not completed, Care Share and community will assess progress. • Will require at least 3-5 full day working meetings and committee work in between.

  12. Benefits of Community-Wide Planning • Alignment of individual initiatives around issue of healthcare for uninsured • Streamlined planning process • Leveraging of all community resources • Creation of an efficient comprehensive system of care

  13. Request for Community-Wide Planning Technical Assistance Application • Three parts of application: • Informational questions about your local collaborative • Completed Composite Stakeholder Mapping Tool with signatures of each agency representative • Collaborative Network Agreement • Technical Assistance is available for completing application • Guidance and application documents are available at www.caresharehealth.org. • For application to be reviewed, informational questions and Stakeholder Mapping Tool must be completed.

  14. Request for Community-Wide Planning Technical Assistance Application • Due date – Friday, November 20th at 5pm • Applications can be submitted via email, fax or mail • Email: • rfta@caresharehealth.org • Fax: • 919-861-8354 • Mail: • Care Share Health Alliance • 222 North Person Street • Raleigh, NC 27601

  15. Prioritization and Selection Process • We are looking to work with a balance of communities: • At various levels of readiness and points on the continuum of collaboration • Past collaborative efforts • Urban and rural • Geographic diversity: east, west, and central • Number of uninsured • Percentage of uninsured

  16. Prioritization and Selection Process • Prioritization and selection of communities during the first part of December • Notification letters to be sent before the Winter Holiday break • Begin working with communities who accept invitation in January 2010

  17. Technical Assistance Staff West – Rachel Rosner (828) 232- 2976 Central – Linda Kinney (919) 800-8967 East – Shelisa Howard-Martinez (919) 861-8359

  18. Questions????