Results and Learnings from a Refugee Health Project:
Amy Marchildon, director of Ascentria's Services for New Americans, discusses a New Hampshire demonstration project that is leveraging the 1115 waiver.
This episode takes a deeper look at leveraging the 1115 waiver to transform the way services are delivered to Medicaid recipients. By hiring culturally sensitive and relatable staff to provide home health care services, this programming is supporting refugees in trusting and engaging with health care services.
About the Podcast
The More than Health Care podcast is designed to help organizations overcome barriers to partnerships resulting from cultural differences, financial pressures, and rules and regulations.
In addition to showcasing inspiring examples of integration from across the country, featured experts will expose the myths, misconceptions, and shortcomings of efforts to address the social determinants of health through cross-sector collaboration.
Cohosts Jill Huynh, vice president of new business development at Beech Acres, and Tim Johnstone, chief operating officer at Ascentria, work at the intersection of health and human services. They bring the expertise and practical experience needed to uncover key takeaways for improving health care and human services integration.
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This podcast is presented by the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities, Ascentria Care Alliance,
and Beech Acres Parenting Center.