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Bay Aging to help develop statewide integrated health network

The Administration for Community Living has selected Bay Aging to lead development of a statewide Community Integrated Health Network for Virginia.

The two-year project will be directed by Beth Bortz, president and CEO of the Virginia Center for Health Innovation, and Bay Aging President/CEO Kathy Vesley, and funded by a federal No Wrong Door Community Infrastructure Grant.ACL (which is a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) tasks a statewide coalition, led by Bay Aging and VCHI, to develop a fully integrated, interoperable approach to health care that embraces key social services in cooperation with health care entities, according to a Bay Aging release. Bortz and Vesley will convene stakeholders consisting of health care partners, community-based organizations, and social service/behavioral health specialists.Developing Virginia’s Community Integrated Health Network will align health care and social services, thereby supporting diverse needs and addressing eq...

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