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The Rural Health Care Coordination Network Partnership Program: Williamson Health and Wellness Center

Description
Describes and examines the impact of a care coordination program developed by the Williamson Health and Wellness Center based in Williamson, West Virginia. Describes the program's use of care teams of community health workers, a registered nurse, and a nurse practitioner providing care coordination to patients with diabetes, congestive heart failure (CHF), and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Funded under the Rural Health Care Coordination Network Partnership Grant Program from 2015-2018, with additional private funding from a network of local philanthropies.
Date
2020
Type
Document
Organizations
NORC Walsh Center for Rural Health Analysis, University of Minnesota Rural Health Research Center
Tagged as
Appalachia · Cardiovascular disease · Care coordination · Chronic respiratory conditions · Community health workers · Diabetes · Philanthropy · Kentucky · West Virginia