For the first time, Medicare has released a report looking at how non-medical, unmet social needs affect the health of patients.
EHF volunteers recently walked neighborhoods in Houston’s 5th Ward. See why they came away from the experience not only with a clearer picture of what it means to reach out and be in community, but what it means to create important connections with communities.
Like you, we care about getting better at what we do. Along the course of EHF’s first year, we’ll make mistakes. We’ll need to adapt. Right now, EHF is laying the groundwork for continuous improvement processes. . Strategic learning is being mindful of the outcomes that are achieved and why, and then course correcting to achieve better results.
On Sunday, the Houston Chronicle highlighted that approximately one million people, or 1 in 4 Houstonians, is foreign born. The diversity of perspectives in the region, not tied just to ethnicity, demand that local communities work across differences in order to build trust. At the same time, conflicting viewpoints present the possibility of better community