Partners 4 Health (P4H) was founded in 2014 by the CEOs of four of metro Detroit’s leading human service organizations: Sheilah Clay (Neighborhood Service Organization), Michael Earl (Oakland Family Services) retired, John Van Camp (Southwest Solutions) and Tony Rothschild (Common Ground) retired. Motivated by forthcoming changes to the healthcare industry as a result of the Affordable Care Act, these innovative leaders saw an opportunity to establish a collaborative program built on evidence based practices to respond to the changing healthcare landscape.
This partnership is dedicated to implementing an integrated healthcare model for patients with multiple or complex conditions, often combined with behavioral health problems and socioeconomic challenges. The model integrates behavioral health and social support services with the medical care system and removes gaps and obstacles in the current healthcare delivery systems. Effecting this model improves patient care, outcomes and satisfaction. It also saves healthcare costs by reducing repeated emergency room visits and hospitalizations.
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