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Improving the Social Determinants of Health & Community Collaboration Part 2

In this webinar, meet Pat Schoenemann and the Brazos Health Resources Center, a hub for meeting needs of patients of CHI St. Joseph Health and the community in Bryan, Texas. Hear about the major demographic factors of health uncovered in the Brazos Valley community health assessment (2016) and how this community is prioritizing their collaborative work. Also learn how they are working toward improving community health using CharityTracker and improving the resource networking capability of their community. Pat Schoenemann is the Director of the Brazos Health Resources Center, a program of CHI St. Joseph Health. She has served on staff at Texas A & M University with the Ocean Drilling Program as well as served several years with Society of St. Vincent De Paul, holding a number of positions including: Vice President, President, Treasurer, District President. She presently serves as Council Secretary, Austin Diocesan Council.
Date:
September 25, 2018
Time:
1:00 - 2:00 PM CST
Presenter:
Pat Schoenemann
Brazos Health Resources Center

Improving the Social Determinants of Health & Community Collaboration Part 1

Hospitals and healthcare systems are moving into the community to collaborate with other organizations and churches for the benefit of their patients and overall community health, as well as their bottom line. CHI St. Joseph Health in Bryan, Texas is one such health system doing that and they are utilizing CharityTracker technology to meet their goals. Learn from Mary Clare Carden, Hospital Chaplain and Director of Spiritual Care, how to better serve people living in poverty; improve communication and move beyond just helping people cope with poverty but to move toward genuine opportunities for them to achieve and be valued. Learn how this Charity Tracker network shares resources and information in order to reduce re-admissions and expand the allocation of resources to those who need it the most in a timely manner Mary Clare Carden has worked in healthcare for almost 30 years, starting as a Decision Analyst in 1990 with a Masters in Public Health/Hospital Administration and an MBA. She found her true calling in ministry as a hospital chaplain in 1998, and received Masters in Theology and Biblical Studies, completing her Residency at UCLA Medical Center and Neuropsychiatric Hospital. She is currently Director of Spiritual Care for CHI St. Joseph Health in Bryan, Texas. In Part 2 of the webinar on September 25, learn about the Brazos Health Resource Center, the hub for this CharityTracker network.
Date:
September 18, 2018
Time:
1:00 - 2:00 CST
Presenter:
Mary Clare Carden
CHI St. Joseph Health

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Collaboration & Community Impact

Poverty is complex! And it takes a diverse, committed, and informed group of citizens--from community leaders to neighbors-- to make a community-wide impact. These resources introduce steps, models, tools and tips for building strong networks of care within local communities.

sustainability & Transformation

Is your organization offering a hand out or a hand up? These resources explore models and stories of coalitions and organizations focused on helping families reach self-sufficiency and entire communities experience transformation. Many of these resources feature our partnerships with the Getting Ahead and Bridges Out of Poverty model as well as True Charity and United Way Financial Stability initiatives.

Assessments & Outcomes

Are you making a difference? How do you know? With these resources, learn about measuring success for individuals, for your organization AND for your community collaboration. Also learn how to set goals and empower people towards self-sufficiency.

food banks & Pantries

Learn the latest trends in technology, building-capacity, reporting and more. Resources in this category feature innovations in collaboration, CSFP, SNAP, and more.

HOSPITALS & CLINICS

Community health matters. Learn how hospitals and other health organizations are creating community collaborations to improve health outcomes in families, neighborhoods and entire cities.

Improving the Social Determinants of Health & Community Collaboration Part 1

Hospitals and healthcare systems are moving into the community to collaborate with other organizations and churches for the benefit of their patients and overall community health, as well as their bottom line. CHI St. Joseph Health in Bryan, Texas is one such health system doing that and they are utilizing CharityTracker technology to meet their goals. Learn from Mary Clare Carden, Hospital Chaplain and Director of Spiritual Care, how to better serve people living in poverty; improve communication and move beyond just helping people cope with poverty but to move toward genuine opportunities for them to achieve and be valued. Learn how this Charity Tracker network shares resources and information in order to reduce re-admissions and expand the allocation of resources to those who need it the most in a timely manner Mary Clare Carden has worked in healthcare for almost 30 years, starting as a Decision Analyst in 1990 with a Masters in Public Health/Hospital Administration and an MBA. She found her true calling in ministry as a hospital chaplain in 1998, and received Masters in Theology and Biblical Studies, completing her Residency at UCLA Medical Center and Neuropsychiatric Hospital. She is currently Director of Spiritual Care for CHI St. Joseph Health in Bryan, Texas. In Part 2 of the webinar on September 25, learn about the Brazos Health Resource Center, the hub for this CharityTracker network.
Learn:
  • how to better serve people living in poverty
  • improve communication and move beyond just helping people cope with poverty but to move toward genuine opportunities for them to achieve and be valued
  • how this Charity Tracker network shares resources and information in order to reduce re-admissions and expand the allocation of resources
Presenter:
Mary Clare Carden
CHI St. Joseph Health

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