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Leveraging Community Health Workers within California's State Innovation Model: Background, Options and Considerations

@inproceedings{Davis2013LeveragingCH,
  title={Leveraging Community Health Workers within California's State Innovation Model: Background, Options and Considerations},
  author={Anna C. Davis},
  year={2013}
}
There is a long-standing history of using non-traditional health care workers in the U.S., commonly called Community Health Workers (CHWs), to provide services that complement the traditional medical and public health systems.[1] CHWs fulfill diverse roles that promote individual and community wellbeing, increase connectivity between the health care and public health systems and the community, and ultimately seek to improve health and reduce health care costs. 

The Changing Roles of Community Health Workers.

Examining what different types of employers value in hiring community health workers and what new competencies CHWs might need to meet workforce demands in the context of an evolving payment landscape finds substantial similarities across competency lists, but a gap in competencies that relate to CHWs' ability to integrate into health systems while maintaining their unique identity.

Effective Care for High-Need Patients : Opportunities for Improving Outcomes , Value , and Health Executive Summary

This publication reports and reflects on the key characteristics of high-need patients, promising care models and attributes to better serve this patient population, as well as insights on “matching” these models to specific patient groups, and areas of opportunity for policy-level action to support the spread and scale of evidence-based programs.

Community-Based Interventions for Stroke Provided by Nurses and Community Health Workers: A Review of the Literature

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Evidence suggests community-based interventions facilitate the necessary support for stroke survivors, caregivers, families, and communities to optimize stroke recovery.

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