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      Fifteen Years After Katrina: Paving the Way for Health Care Transformation.

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          Following the devastation of the Greater New Orleans, Louisiana, region by Hurricane Katrina, 25 nonprofit health care organizations in partnership with public and private stakeholders worked to build a community-based primary care and behavioral health network. The work was made possible in large part by a $100 million federal award, the Primary Care Access Stabilization Grant, which paved the way for innovative and sustained public health and health care transformation across the Greater New Orleans area and the state of Louisiana.

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          Journal
          Am J Public Health
          American journal of public health
          American Public Health Association
          1541-0048
          0090-0036
          October 2020
          : 110
          : 10
          Affiliations
          [1 ] Shelina Davis is with the Louisiana Public Health Institute, New Orleans. Alexander Billioux is with the Office of Public Health, Louisiana Department of Health, Baton Rouge. Jennifer L. Avegno is with the New Orleans Health Department, New Orleans. Tiffany Netters is with 504HealthNet, Metairie, LA. Gerrelda Davis is with the Louisiana Primary Care Association, Baton Rouge. Karen DeSalvo is with Google Health, Palo Alto, CA.
          Article
          10.2105/AJPH.2020.305843
          7483087
          32816543
          cfe8c690-c359-4934-a27f-e70a59930318

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