Primary Partners, an integrated network owned and led by independent physicians who value quality healthcare, announces the formation of a non-profit focused on reducing barriers to care and addressing social determinants of health in Central Florida. The Alliance for Community Health is committed to helping all Floridians access the care they need and the ability to lead healthier lives.
Alliance for Community Health strives to create stronger communities through better health.
We envision vibrant communities where all individuals are engaged in their own health choices, and they have the knowledge and the resources to access to programs that can make them healthier.
Our programs in 2020-21 will be focused on enabling access to behavioral care and vaccines.
We have hired Jane Simon, formerly of Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and Feeding Tampa Bay, to raise our profile, build our programs, and create the partnerships we need to help individuals and families.
As an organization, we are committed to:
- We build programs based on the predictive medical and behavioral analytics.
- We partner with other healthcare providers, community organizations, and government entities to create and implement innovative solutions to address health needs.
- Our integrated programs use a holistic approach to weave together organizations that improve the health of the members of the community.
- We seek to understand the whole health needs of our community members and identify gaps from medical to behavioral concerns across populations. These needs can range from food and shelter to mental health care and financial assistance.
- We want to change the way health is delivered by improving access and reducing barriers to care.
- By improving health, we will transform healthcare spending from reactive to proactive, and in doing so, we will add value to the community.
We are eager to work with our community partners across the state. During these challenging times, we are even more committed to our neighbors in need.