Clinical TransformationBridging clinical care and community health to improve patient experience, quality of care, and health outcomes.
Through the Primary Care Capacity Project, LPHI implemented the first demonstration pilot of the Community Center Health Home concept with five community health centers across the Gulf Coast region.
With expertise from partners, LPHI developed the Emergency Management and Community Resilience: A Capacity Building Toolkit for Health Centers, which aims to integrate emergency management into existing clinic operations and community outreach, supporting their timely recovery.
Our Regional Care Collaborative provides the opportunity for health care professionals to share information and ideas, and network with colleagues to enhance resources and skills.
The Greater New Orleans Health Information Exchange supports local hospitals and outpatient primary and behavioral health providers to get patient information where it needs to be, when it needs to be there.
Through the Primary Care Access and Stabilization Grant, LPHI helped to establish high quality primary care centers in Greater New Orleans post-Hurricane Katrina.
Crescent City Beacon Community enhanced primary care coordination through innovative health information exchange between private hospitals and community health clinics.
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.
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
Transdev, in service to New Orleans Regional Transit Authority