Clinical Transformation

Bridging clinical care and community health to improve patient experience, quality of care, and health outcomes.


LPHI brings a unique approach to clinical transformation, combining skilled practice coaches with extensive clinical expertise in factors that influence patient health outcomes and health care costs. We support health care delivery systems to achieve success in value-based payment arrangements with Medicaid and other insurers by providing capacity-building, Health Information Exchange, and analytic services. With decades of experience helping health care organizations transform their operations to provide quality, patient-centered care, we are a valued partner in achieving better care, smarter spending, and healthier people.

We work to support models that integrate behavioral health, social services, and community-oriented public health as well as advance quality, integrated primary care practices in communities to improve patient experience, reduce costs, improve quality of care, and engage communities.

Programs and Initiatives

Hurricane Response Hub

LPHI has been chosen to serve as one of five regional technical assistance centers for the Hurricane Response Hub (HRH) initiative led by the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI). Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this national program is designed to enhance disaster-related surveillance and environmental and occupational health recovery efforts in areas impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria by building disaster-related public health workforce capacity.

Working with a range of state and regional partners, LPHI will serve as the coordinating body within Louisiana, to lead public health workforce capacity building activities in disaster-related surveillance, environmental, and occupational health needs.

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High quality, affordable transportation is a vital linkage to opportunities, including the opportunity to be healthy. BUILD Health Mobility aspires to equitably improve health and well-being by addressing transportation and mobility barriers in New Orleans’ Claiborne Corridor. This collaborative aspires to influence policy and organizational practices, inform future transportation investments, and develop strategies to prioritize equity in health and transportation planning. The below partners are collaborating on the project:

Louisiana Public Health Institute

University Medical Center

New Orleans Health Department

Foundation for Louisiana

Ride New Orleans 

Transdev, in service to New Orleans Regional Transit Authority

Ujamaa Economic Development Corporation


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