Primary care services account for just twenty percent of health outcomes, while health-related behaviors and socioeconomic factors—housing, food, environment, employment—can drive eighty percent of health outcomes. Children and families need Whole Person Integrated Care (WPIC) to address all facets of a child’s life. Whole Person Integrated Care improves health and reduces costs through the coordination of health, behavioral health, and social services.
In the coming years, Children’s Hope Alliance (CHA) seeks to expand service locations in multiple states, embrace whole person integrated care, increase the number of lives positively impacted, and ensure all growth is financially sustainable. Our goals are to achieve operational excellence, optimize existing services, develop new business, and expand our influence to help children and families in need.
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