Playbook – PCCI
Building Connected Communities of Care
THE PLAYBOOK FOR STREAMLINING EFFECTIVE COORDINATION BETWEEN MEDICAL AND COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS
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Practical Actionable Insights From Cover to Cover
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CHAPTERS
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TRACKS OF ACTIVITIES
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PRACTICE POINTERS
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KEY DOCUMENTS
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CASE STUDIES
Here’s How You Get Your Community Connected
PCCl’s Connected Communities of Care ecosystem is made up of six core Tracks. Development activities and level of model sophistication/complexity flow from the center of the Figure outward; each concentric circle represents a core component and development stage of the CCC. Governance and Legal/Policy are at the core of the CCC as these are essential, foundational components of the work covered in every Track.
PCCI is Creating a Community Around Connected Communities of Care
Steve Miff Interview
This episode features Steve Miff, President and CEO Of PCCI, where he talks about his new book Building Connected Communities Of Care, and more.
HIMSSCast features an interview about PCCl’s new book, “Building Connected Communities Of Care.” In the interview, co-authors, PCCI CEO, Steve Miff, and PCCI VP, Keith Kosel, discuss the details Of the newly published book.
Big unlock Podcast: In the Big Unlock podcast, Steve Miff discusses his new book Building Connected Communities Of Care and cutting edge uses Of data science, #sdoh, and clinical expertise across clinical and healthcare community settings.
Healthl_eaders interviewed PCCI CEO Steve Miff for a feature on PCCI’S new book, “Building Connected Communities Of Care.”
NEJM Catalyst has published an article from co-authors Keith Kosel, Vice President,Enterprise Relationships at PCCI and David Nash, MD, Founding Dean Emeritus at Jefferson College Of Population Health, about how the integration and cooperation among health care organizations and community-based organizations that address social determinants Of health, is Of growing importance during #COVID19.
Dallas’ leading media Outlet for technology innovation, Dallas Innovates,has covered the release Of PCCl’s new book “Building Communities Of Care.”
Building Connected Communities of Care
“The Building Connected Communities of Care Playbook is one of the first step-by-step guides that provides specific details and steps to start taking action. The mix of lessons, practice pointers and case studies make the insights useful for communities of all shapes and sizes.”

— Elena Marks, President Episcopal Health Foundation

ABOUT THE AUTHORS
President and CEO
Dr. Steve Miff is the President and CEO of Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation, a leading, non-profit, data science, artificial intelligence and innovation organization affiliated with Parkland Health & Hospital System, one of the country’s largest and most progressive safety-net hospitals. Spurred by his passion to use next-generation analytics and technology to help serve the most vulnerable and underserved residents, Steve and his team focus on leveraging technology, data science, and clinical expertise to obtain unique social-determinants-of-health data and incorporate those holistic, personal insights into point-of-care interventions.
Vice president
Dr. Keith Kosel is a Vice President at Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation (PCCI), a leading, non-profit, data science, artificial intelligence and innovation organization affiliated with Parkland Health & Hospital System, one of the country’s largest and most progressive safety-net hospitals. At PCCI, Keith is leveraging his passion for – and extensive experience in – patient safety, quality, and population health by focusing on understanding social determinants of health and the impact of community-based interventions in improving the health of vulnerable and underserved populations.
“Kudos to Kosel and Miff to produce a playbook that is pragmatic and timely. It will no doubt serve as a bellwether as others attempt to clarify their relationship between health and healthcare.”

— David Nash, MD Founding Dean Emeritus at Jefferson College Of Population Health

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