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Podcast Series: Asthma Community Network – Conversations for Advancing Action

This podcast series explores best practices for reducing the impact of asthma, especially in underserved communities. Hear from people who have successfully developed asthma management programs that have improved health outcomes in their communities. Learn about their effective health delivery systems; strategies for addressing environmental triggers; key partnerships; and the tools and resources they use to achieve outstanding results.

In this episode, Jessica Ramsay and Kim Artis explain the best practices that led to the Sinai Urban Health Institute’s community health worker program’s success and discuss highlights of the study. This includes the importance of proper training and support for community health workers before, during, and after they deliver in-home asthma care services. Join us for an in-depth look at how collaborative partnerships, thorough monitoring and evaluation practices, and full engagement with the community can be leveraged to address asthma disparities.

Previous Episodes

The first few days of school are an exciting time for children and parents. They also can be a time of anxiety if your child has asthma or allergies... Read More
The Massachusetts Strategic Plan for Asthma is the first state asthma plan in the nation to address how primary prevention can reduce the onset of... Read More
In this episode, Ruth Ann Norton, President and CEO of the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative, explains her organization’s experience with social... Read More
In Episode 9, we heard Kevin Kennedy describe the key steps his program is taking to prepare for reimbursement for home visitation and assessment... Read More
Weatherization Plus Health programs enable collaboration among local providers of energy, health, and safety services to low–income families. The... Read More
In Episode 8, we heard CMS share their insights on the new Medicaid reimbursement provision for non-medical providers delivering preventive care... Read More
This is the State Plan Amendment (SPA) under which Multnomah County Environmental Health's Targeted Case Management- Healthy Homes Program... Read More
WIN for Asthma, an award-winning asthma management program, engages Community Health Workers to offer comprehensive asthma education through home... Read More
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