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Purple Binder helps community health workers find great resources and referrals for patients.

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Purple Binder works with health systems, FQHCs, payors, and government.

If you're responsible or at-risk for the health of a population, then you might be a good partner for us.
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How CHWs Build a Foundation of Trust

July 18th, 2016|0 Comments

Foundation of Trust: How Community Health Workers Address the Social Determinants of Health The best patient care is built on a foundation of trust. At every point of care, a patient needs to trust that the person [...]

  • Community Health Panel: Raul Garza, Clarita Santos, Robert Winn, Jay Bhatt, Ariana Klitzner

Community Health: More Than Healthcare

June 30th, 2015|0 Comments

Many thanks to the audience of 75  that joined us at MATTER on June 30. We heard from a distinguished group of panelists as they discussed new approaches to community health. The panel included: Jay Bhatt, Chief [...]

Mission or Business Case: Who Pays for Community Health?

May 20th, 2015|0 Comments

Join Purple Binder for a discussion on community health As the US healthcare system transitions away from fee-for-service compensation, health systems must begin to take a broader view of the care that they provide. Broader [...]

Community Health Workers and Peer Support for COPD Patients

March 20th, 2015|0 Comments

As healthcare reaches beyond the walls of the clinic, there’s an increasing awareness that patients need connections to resources that lower their barriers to health. We’re excited to be exploring how Purple Binder can be [...]

  • Community Health Roundup

Community Health Round-Up #6

February 26th, 2015|0 Comments

This week we’ve rounded-up a couple articles featuring “low-tech” innovations in healthcare. Promising Practices Nation’s first 24 hour nurse line saves doctors from burnout and patients from trips to the emergency room (Huffington Post) “It has [...]

  • Community Health Roundup

Community Health Round-Up #5

February 16th, 2015|0 Comments

This week’s Community Health Round-Up demonstrates how healthcare is a community-based and community-wide issue. Promising Practices Coordinated care model bridges gap between health and social services (Health Affairs) “Oregon’s recently released mid-year Health System Transformation [...]