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MLP Townhall: Interactive Forum on MLP Planning, Implementation, and Practice: Health Center MLP Planning, Implementation & Practice (PIP) Webinar Series (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This engaging open forum is designed to foster collaborative discussions and knowledge-sharing within the broader MLP community, offering a platform to delve into the intricacies of planning, implementing, and practicing MLP. More Details...

Addressing Rural Health Inequities through Medical-Legal Partnership: MLP Spotlight featuring McKinney Medical Center & Georgia Legal Services Program: MLP Spotlight 2 (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: New MLP Spotlight explores how McKinney Medical Center and Georgia Legal Services Program have aligned their missions to tackle persistent rural health inequities and justice gaps More Details...

Moving OUD/SUD Care Upstream through Partnership with Legal Aid: Health Center MLP Planning, Implementation & Practice (PIP) Webinar Series (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This interactive webinar will explore the collaboration between Philadelphia Legal Assistance (PLA) and community health centers in the City of Brotherly Love. Together, they are advancing and strengthening community-based care and treatment for individuals recovering from Opioid and Substance Use Disorders (O/SUD). Learn about the implementation journey and impact of the medical-legal partnerships between PLA and the healthcare teams at Esperanza Health Center and Delaware Valley Community Health (DVCH) – Girard. This webinar is appropriate for anyone interested in the intersection of healthcare and legal services. More Details...

Ditch the Pitch: Building Effective Messaging for Different Medical-Legal Partnership Audiences: Health Center MLP Planning, Implementation & Practice (PIP) Webinar Series (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Learn how to unpack different health center MLP audiences and effectively communicate the benefits of MLP to each in ways that will matter to them. More Details...

Fostering Sustainability through Performance Measurement in Health Center Medical-Legal Partnerships: Insights from a Diverse Learning Collaborative (2024). Resource Type: Publication. Description: This issue brief authored by James Teufel, MPH, PhD highlights the crucial role of sustainability in clinical settings, focusing on medical-legal partnerships (MLPs) within health centers. Based on insights from a learning collaborative hosted by the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership (NCMLP) and supported by the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA), we present performance measures across eight dimensions to assess MLP sustainability. More Details...

Crafting Effective Trainings to Strengthen the Health Center MLP Workforce: Health Center MLP Planning, Implementation & Practice (PIP) Webinar Series (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Learn the types of trainings that should be a regular part of a health center's MLP practice, how to build effective MLP trainings for different audiences, and adult learning strategies. More Details...

MLPs in EMR, the Next Frontier: One System's Success: Health Center MLP Planning, Implementation & Practice (PIP) Webinar Series (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Successful integration of legal services into workflows and systems, focusing on an Epic integration within a large MLP framework More Details...

Exploring Health Center vs. Hospital-Based MLPs – Insights from Georgia Legal Services Program (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Explore the intricacies of Health Center and Hospital-based MLP models, featuring insights from the Georgia Legal Services Program (GLSP). More Details...

Advancing Health Equity for Patients Impacted by the Criminal Justice System: MLP in Action Webinar Series - Part 6 (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This session discuss opportunities and effective strategies for utilizing MLP to address the unique health and social needs of individuals involved in the criminal justice system. More Details...

Medical-Legal Partnerships as a Community Health Strategy to Improve Maternal Health Access & Outcomes: Session 4: Office Hours (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: These Learning Collaborative sessions are designed to empower participants to develop a deeper understanding of how the social determinants of health impact maternal health. Participants will learn how to use the Medical-Legal Partnership (MLP) as a way to improve maternal and child health outcomes for health center patients and their communities. Over four informative sessions, this Learning Collaborative will provide training and technical assistance to health center staff to develop strategies and action plans for aligning MLP activities with potential policy and population health approaches. Health centers that work with multiple special populations, including pregnant women and children, will share their insights and strategies that can be adapted to communities' unique needs. More Details...

How to Develop a Strong Memorandum of Agreement for a Medical-Legal Partnership: Health Center MLP Planning, Implementation & Practice (PIP) Webinar Series (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: A guide to the development and maintenance of effective memorandum of agreements for Health Center MLPs. More Details...

Medical-Legal Partnership as a Community Health Strategy to Improve Maternal Health Access & Outcome Learning Collaborative: Session 3: Demonstrating Impact and Leveraging the Role of the Medical-Legal Partnership (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: These Learning Collaborative sessions are designed to empower participants to develop a deeper understanding of how the social determinants of health impact maternal health. Participants will learn how to use the Medical-Legal Partnership (MLP) as a way to improve maternal and child health outcomes for health center patients and their communities. The Learning Collaborative will provide training and technical assistance to health center staff to develop strategies and action plans for aligning MLP activities with potential policy and population health approaches. We encouraged health centers that work with multiple special populations, including pregnant women and children, to share their insights and strategies that can be adapted to communities’ unique needs. More Details...

Medical-Legal Partnership as a Community Health Strategy to Improve Maternal Health Access & Outcomes Learning Collaborative: Session 2: Planning and Implementing the Medical-Legal Partnership Workflow (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: These Learning Collaborative sessions are designed to empower participants to develop a deeper understanding of how the social determinants of health impact maternal health. Learn how to use the Medical-Legal Partnership as a way to improve maternal and child health outcomes for health center patients and their communities. Over four informative sessions, this Learning Collaborative will provide T/TA to health center staff to develop strategies and action plans for aligning MLP activities with potential policy and population health approaches. We encourage health centers that work with multiple special populations, including pregnant women and children, to share their insights and strategies that can be adapted to communities' unique needs. More Details...

Medical-Legal Partnership as a Community Health Strategy to Improve Maternal Health Access and Outcomes Learning Collaborative: Session 1: Leveraging Clinical and Non-Clinical Data to Understand the Social Risk Factors (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: These Learning Collaborative sessions are designed to empower participants to develop a deeper understanding of how the social determinants of health impact maternal health. Participants will learn how to use the Medical-Legal Partnership as a way to improve maternal and child health outcomes for health center patients and their communities. Over four informative sessions, this Learning Collaborative will provide T/TA to health center staff to develop strategies and action plans for aligning MLP activities with potential policy and population health approaches. We encourage health centers that work with multiple special populations, including pregnant women and children, to share their insights and strategies that can be adapted to communities’ unique needs. More Details...

How are we going to pay for it? Developing a Budget and Identifying Funding for my Health Center’s Medical-Legal Partnership: Health Center MLP Planning, Implementation & Practice (PIP) Webinar Series-Part 1, Conversation 4 (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Another installment of the Health Center Medical-Legal Partnership (MLP) Planning, Implementation, and Practice (PIP) webinar series, explored the burning question: “How are we going to pay for it?”. It will help participants answer that question by learning how to develop a comprehensive budget and identify sources of funding for their MLP. More Details...

Staffing the Legal Services of an MLP – Should We Directly Hire a Lawyer or Contract with Another Organization?: Health Center MLP Planning, Implementation & Practice (PIP) Webinar Series-Part 1, Conversation 3 (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: The third part of this webinar series to learn how a health center can seamlessly integrate legal services providers. We have explored various approaches to staffing the legal services of an MLP, such as building it as a direct service, contracting with a community-based legal services organization, or using a hybrid of the two models. More Details...

What SDOH problems do we want to address?: Health Center MLP Planning, Implementation & Practice (PIP) Webinar Series (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: As part of its work with the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), the National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership (NCMLP) is partnering with the Texas A&M University Institute for Healthcare Access (HAI) to offer a webinar series to support health center based MLP planning, implementation, and practice (PIP Webinar Series). This first session explored how to assess community and partner needs for health center-based MLPs. More Details...

What staff do we need to meet the need(s) we identified and accomplish our goals?: Health Center MLP Planning, Implementation & Practice (PIP) Webinar Series-Part 1, Conversation 2 (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: In this second session of the webinar series, we explored the full range of professionals, from lawyers to community health workers, that contribute to the work of a successful and sustainable MLP. Also learn how to develop a comprehensive MLP staffing plan to improve your health care delivery model. More Details...

MLP in Action: Using MLP to Understand and Address the Health-Harming Effects of Climate Change: Part 3 of MLP in Action Webinar Series (2024). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: This session of “MLP in Action” aims to enhance audience awareness of the profound impact of climate change on the health of underserved populations. More Details...

Supportive Transition Care for Foster and Former Foster Youth: Medical-Legal Partnership in Action -- Webinar Series (2023). Resource Type: Archived Webinar. Description: Explore healthcare and social service access for foster youth. Learn about promising practices for supportive transition care that improves health and social outcomes. More Details...

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