The Greater Rochester Health Home Network, LLC. was formed in January 2012 by the Rochester Integrated Health Network, Inc. to establish a Health Home in order to serve the most vulnerable people in our community, especially those struggling with multiple medical and behavioral health conditions. It was developed through a collaborative process with community providers to learn new ways to break down silos/integrate with care team partners across medical, mental health, substance abuse, and community-based service sectors; and optimize health outcomes and quality of life for the most complex patients/individuals in our community.
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The Rochester Integrated Health Network was formed in March of 2011 to promote the integration and coordination of quality, accessible and affordable medical and behavioral health care services for low income, uninsured and underinsured children and adults in the upstate, New York region through the distribution of information and through collaborative improvement projects among its member organizations and community partners.
Member organizations include: Anthony L. Jordan Health Center, Rochester Regional Health, Regional Primary Care Network, and the University of Rochester Medical Center.
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