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Forging Multi-Sector Partnerships to Improve Population Health

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Using the Accountable Communities for Health (ACH) model—which enables collaboration across multiple sectors to address critical community health issues—PHI’s Kevin Barnett and Sue Grinnell helped to launch the California Accountable Communities for Health Initiative (CACHI) in 2017. The project brings together hospitals, public health, schools, public safety agencies, parks, local businesses, and local residents to improve population health by aligning interventions for maximum impact, promoting prevention, and organizing resources to focus on the most effective community health strategies.

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New Study: ED Buprenorphine Linked to Sustained Opioid Use Disorder Treatment

Patients who get their first dose of buprenorphine in the Emergency Department (ED) are more likely to remain engaged in opioid use disorder treatment 30 days post-discharge, finds a new study from PHI's CA Bridge—reinforcing EDs as critical access points to highly effective, life-saving medication for addiction treatment.

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