Florida International University is implementing a collaborative care program for primary care and behavioral health that focuses on patients with depression, diabetes, and other chronic illnesses while integrating Social Determinants of Health (SDOHs). Interdisciplinary student teams and faculty work with community health workers to provide care and address SDOHs in underserved Miami communities.

This CME-accredited webinar on was hosted at 2-3 p.m. ET on Wednesday, June 27, by Frederick Anderson, MD, as the third session in ACU’s 2018 Summer Webinar Series. Presented in partnership with the Centene Corporation, the series features the most highly attended and rated sessions from our 2017 Annual Conference.

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  • Frederick Anderson, MD

View the Presentation: Integrating SDOH to Inform Collaborative Care: The FIU Model

More Sessions from our 2018 Summer Webinar Series

Beyond this session on SDOH and collaborative care, ACU hosted four free webinars featuring nationally recognized clinicians, educators, leaders, and policy makers working to improve access to care for our underserved communities. The series features some of the most popular sessions from ACU’s 2017 Conference. View more sessions in this series or discover what upcoming webinars on health equity ACU is currently offering.