Health Center-Based Medical-Legal Partnerships: Where They Are, How They Work, and How They Are Funded
Describes the recent, rapid expansion of medical-legal partnerships (MLPs) among America's health centers. Highlights programs in four states - Colorado, Oregon, Indiana, and California - and explains how MLPs operate, how they are financed, and how state primary care associations are supporting them. Briefly describes the reasons MLPs are more prevalent in urban areas than in rural areas.
Alanna Williamson, Jennifer Trott, Marsha Regenstein
National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership
Federally Qualified Health Centers · Networking and collaboration · Social determinants of health · California · Colorado · Indiana · Oregon