Pathways Community HUB Resource List
- A. “Pathways to Community Care Coordination Summit.” Senator Brown. Online video clip. Accessed on 16 September 2016.
- B. Pathways Community HUB Manual: A Guide to Identify and Address Risk Factors, Reduce Costs, and Improve Outcomes. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ); January 2016.
- C. Pathways Community HUB Institute, Community Care Coordination Learning Network. Connecting Those at Risk to Care: the quick start guide to developing community care coordination pathways. A companion to the Pathways Community HUB Manual. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ); January 2016.
- D. Pathways Community HUB Certification Pre-Requisites and Standards. Rockville, MD: The Rockville Institute; December 2015.
- E. Pathways Community HUB Certification Program: A Logical Choice [Brochure]. (n.d.) Rockville, MD: Rockville Institute.
- F. Harnach, B. and Myers, S. Leading the Way in Delivering Better Community Health.
- G. Redding, S., Conrey, E., Porter, K., Paulson, J., Hughes, K., and Redding, M. 20 August 2014. Pathways Community Care Coordination in Low Birth Weight Prevention. Maternal and Child Health Journal. DOI 10.1007/s10995-014-1554-4.
- H. The Community Voices Program Office, National Center for Primary Care at Morehouse School of Medicine. (n.d.) Financing Community Health Workers: Why and How.
- I. Association of Maternal & Child Health Programs. 2016. Innovation Station: Sharing Best Practices in Maternal & Child Health. Pathways Community HUB.
- J. Zeltner, B., 2016. Innovative ‘HUB’ model improves infant mortality and saves money: Saving the Smallest.
- K. Urban Institute, 2016. CareWorks: The Community Health Worker Project.
- L. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. 2015. Reducing Emergency Care by Connecting Frequent Users to Community-Based Services.
- M. Zeigler, B.P., Carter, E.L., Redding, S.A., Leath, B.A., and Russell, C. (n.d.) Care Coordination: Formalization of Pathways for Standardization and Certification. Report for Project: Health System Modeling and Simulation: Coordinated Care Example. National Science Foundation Grant Award No. CMMI – 1235364.
- N. Medicaid Braided Funding Policy Brief. A Flexible, Coordinated, and Sustainable Approach to Funding State Programs and Services in Several States. Cleveland, OH: Voices for Ohio’s Children; November 2013.
- O. Espinosa, P.R., Pathways to a Healthy Bernalillo County. Program Evaluation; June 2016.
Event Resources & Materials
- Attendee Agenda
- Breakout & Session Descriptions
- Speaker & Facilitator Biographies
Pathways Hub Model Overview
- 100 Million Healthier Lives, convened by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement brochure
- Buckeye Health Plan
- Care Coordination Systems
- Georgia Health Policy Center/Communities Joined in Action: Document 1, Document 2
- Rockville Institute brochure