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Deadline Extended: Request for Applications for 2023-2024 Community Care Hub National Learning Community

November 3, 2023

Deadline Extended: Community Care Hub National Learning Community

ACL has extended the deadline for the 2023-2024 Community Care Hub National Learning Community to Wednesday, November 8, 2023. Please see additional information about the opportunity below. 

Applications due Wednesday, November 8, 2023

Learn more and apply.

ACL invites community-based organizations from across the country to apply for the 2023-2024 Community Care Hub National Learning Community. Participants will gain access to vital peer support, technical assistance from national experts, and up-to-date information on resources, initiatives, and collaborations aimed at furthering the capacity of community care hubs nationwide. The National Learning Community will launch in December 2023 and will build on the curriculum and other technical assistance of the 2022-2023 cohorts, including use of the ECHO Model® “all teach, all learn” approach and individual consulting with subject matter experts.

ACL is excited to collaborate with the Partnership to Align Social Care on their upcoming Community-Driven, Multi-Payer Health Equity Solutions: An ECHO Collaborative, also starting in December 2023. For the first four months, the 2023-2024 National Learning Community participants will join this health equity learning collaborative for monthly ECHO learning sessions focused on multi-payer alignment using Medicare Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) codes. More detail on this collaboration is outlined in the National Learning Community Application and FAQ linked below. Additional topic areas for the 2023-2024 National Learning Community include creating community care hub value propositions and contracting with health care organizations. Use of Medicare HCPCS codes will be a focal point in the curriculum modules.

For emerging community care hubs (CCH) that would benefit from training on foundational aspects of forming and operating a hub, ACL, in collaboration with the Center of Excellence to Align Health and Social Care, will also be offering a four-part CCH 101 learning series in November and December 2023. Learn more and register for the learning series.

ACL intends to select approximately 30 organizations for participation in the National Learning Community. The projected start date is December 2023 with an estimated length of up to nine months. 

Visit the Community Care Hub National Learning Community Frequently Asked Questions or contact with inquiries

Last modified on 11/03/2023

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