LDI/CPHI Conversation with Joseph Doyle, PhD, Kathleen Noonan, JD, and Aaron Truchil, MSSP
*Please note that this discussion may take place remotely. Details will be announced soon.*
Penn LDI and the Center for Public Health Initiatives (CPHI) present a conversation focused on the impact and future of the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers’ signature care management intervention, the hotspotting model. From 2014-2017, the Camden Coalition partnered with researchers affiliated with J-PAL North America to conduct a randomized controlled trial to evaluate how its model affects patients’ hospital readmissions. The study, published in The New England Journal of Medicine in January 2020, prompted national headlines and editorials, and ongoing debate about the path forward. This late-breaking event will feature the people directly involved in the study, from both MIT and the Camden Coalition.
Join us for a wide-ranging discussion of the hotspotting model, the NEJM study, and the Camden Coalition's ongoing efforts to improve the health and well-being of the residents of Camden.
Joseph Doyle, PhD
Erwin H. Schell Professor of Management and Applied Economics, MIT Sloan School of Management
Kathleen Noonan, JD
CEO, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
Aaron Truchil, MSSP
Director of Strategy & Analytics, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
Executive Editor and Host, Tradeoffs Podcast