Collaborative Partnerships Under Cal AIM Webcast

Collaborative Partnerships Under Cal AIM Webcast

Collaborative Partnerships Under Cal AIM: A Case Study with St. John’s and Project Angel Food Webcast

Prerecorded training available OnDemand at your convenience.
(Recorded 05/06/24)


This prerecorded webcast spotlights a collaborative initiative in Los Angeles, where a dynamic partnership between a health center and a community-based organization addresses food insecurity through Enhanced Care Management (ECM) and collaborative service coordination. Learn about the innovative strategies employed by these organizations as they provide ECM and community support services under the California Advancing and Innovating Medi-Cal (Cal AIM) program, demonstrating the impactful collaboration between health centers and CBOs in tackling food insecurity issues.


  • Gain insights into the origin and development of partnership between a CBO and health center, exploring collaborative efforts in expanding referrals and care and understand how this partnership to provide healthcare interventions to address social needs.
  • Explore how team members from diverse disciplines collaborate on referrals and information sharing, contributing to an effective and streamlined approach that enhances overall services and care coordination for the patients they serve.
  • Examine practical challenges and strategies in building and advancing the success of the CBO/health center partnership under CalAIM, particularly in the context of team members from diverse disciplines collaborating on referrals and information sharing.


  • Benjamin R. Martin, J.D., Director, Programs & Strategy, Project Angel Food
  • Ann Milton, Director of CalAIM, Enhanced Care Management and Community Supports Services, St. John’s Community Health

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