Investing in Referral Networks to Advance Racial Health Equity | Part Two: Developing Community Partnerships to Transform CRN Infrastructure
February 29, 2024
1:00 pm ET
El seminario web estará disponible en español / Spanish interpretation available!
Closed captioning will be provided!
Community Referral Networks (CRNs) bridge resource gaps in underserved communities, address social determinants of health needs, and make it easier for community members to access essential resources. With the right financial resources and collective collaboration, CRNs have the potential to create more equitable and effective healthcare systems and community health initiatives.
Part two of the Investing in Referral Networks to Advance Racial Health Equity series paints a picture of the significant role direct service personnel play in ensuring the success of CRNs, emphasizing the value not only of resources – but of human connections. During an in-depth, roundtable discussion around how CRNs are staffed and financed, we’ll dive deep into what’s working and what isn’t, as well as share ideas to optimize funding in order to more sustainably allocate resources and support the community through networks.
We invite community-based organizations, healthcare systems and investors to join us in an engaging conversation on what is and isn’t working with CRNs.
Interested, but can’t make it? Register and we’ll send you the recording!
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