What happens outside the doctor’s office is just as important to our health as what happens inside. Health is complex, and patients facing severe medical and social complexity often rely on multiple public systems and services. Social factors, such as inadequate housing, transportation, community supports, education, food security, can impose huge barriers to good health. The GCC has launched campaigns to promote programs and legislation to address the many factors that affect health in order to improve outcomes for our most challenged citizens and increase efficiencies within the Medicaid system.
Murphy transition teams elevate complex care issues
GCC policy recommendations are reflected in both the healthcare and the housing transition reports.