UnitedHealthcare and the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers have declared a $15 million strategic partnership to establish, test and scale new models of care for patients with complex health, behavioral and social requirements.
The Camden Coalition is a nationally recognized leader in the design of innovative programs that make better care for high-need sufferers confronting complex medical and social problems. Inefficient and ineffective care of these sufferers has been identified as a primary driver of unimportant health care spending.
UnitedHealthcare has long understood the connection among health, quality of life and key social determinants, like employment, housing, transportation and financial stability. The company developed its myConnections community-based services model to deal these factors in an integrated, holistic manner.
The compliance will bring together Camden’s community-based expertise with UnitedHealthcare’s resources and broad national footprint to establish scalable, sustainable solutions that integrate medical, behavioral and social services for the most vulnerable and complex populations of country.
The company also declared that Dr. Jeffrey Brenner, founder and executive director of the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, will join UnitedHealthcare as senior vice president, Integrated Health and Human Services, to lead myConnections, which will function as a formal business division within UnitedHealthcare Community & State.
“This partnership is poised to develop the first comprehensive, scalable and sustainable solution for one of greatest challenges of society – reforming the health care system to make it work for its most complex and vulnerable people,” stated Dr. Brenner.
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