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Network Development for Professionals

Community-Integrated Health Networks provide a unified and consistent approach to program delivery across a geographic area, either regional or statewide. This network is the center of activity, connecting health care systems and community organizations, all working together toward a common goal.

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Community-integrated health care is more important than ever as older adults elect to age in place and community-based organizations deliver essential services. Explore resources for pursuing complex sustainability strategies and creating stronger linkages with the health care sector.

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