Seeing Something Bigger: Enabling accessibility, and a holistic patient view
October 26, 2020
In many struggling communities, especially those in urban areas, the choice too often is between putting food on the table or paying bills. Healthcare is a distant last. Cahaba Medical Care, a Birmingham, AL FQHC, provides its underserved population with access to the medical and mental services they need. In the “Thriving on the Frontlines” docuseries, see how the pandemic has underlined the efficacy of their holistic approach to treatment, allowing them to close care gaps between physical and mental healthcare.
“It’s been a difficult year for everyone, but I think it’s probably been a good year for mental healthcare. I think that a lot of people who maybe never before, have [now] said, ‘You know, I need to talk to someone.’” – Charity Laister, Cahaba Medial Care.
Thriving on the Frontlines: Stories of Resilience and Resolve is a five-part video series that takes viewers inside the stories of four athenahealth customers as they chart new paths for their practices in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. View the full series.
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