Distributed Care Teams to Address Inequity through Whole Person Care: Learnings from an Innovative Pilot in California

Communities across California have implemented programs aimed at improving health and social outcomes of their most vulnerable residents by creating distributed care teams that collaborate across sectors to meet complex needs. Hear learnings from one community that launched a program using a distributed care team model supported by a care management platform and the exchange of actionable information. Understand how this program addressed systemic inequities, improved health, and reduced the social burden of high-risk individuals, resulting in the success of reducing chronic homelessness by 28% in two years. Learn how this community leveraged technology to coordinate and collaborate across sectors, creating shared care plans and unified goals for clients they serve. Understand emerging best practices, including what solutions they will enhance and what they will abandon as they launch into new phases of work.