Kaiser Permanente funds APHCV for Population Health Management Initiative

Kaiser Permanente has awarded Asian Pacific Health Care Venture, Inc. (APHCV) with funding under its Population Health Management Initiative.  The Initiative is a collaboration between Kaiser Permanente, community health center, Regional Association of California (RAC), California Primary Care Associate (CPCA), and Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) to transform care for Medi-Cal beneficiaries.  Together, these collaborative partners are working to advance population health management capabilities in order to eliminate health disparities and improve the health of people and communities. The partners focus on shared priority measures and populations including children, pregnant people, people with behavioral health conditions, and adults living with chronic conditions and preventative needs, engage resources and expertise, and invest in technology solutions. (https://phmiinitiative.com/about/)

Kaiser Permanente (KP) awarded a one-year grant fund to APHCV in December 2021, and a second grant award in March 2021.  The current project will continue through December 2024. APHCV values its partnership with Kaiser Permanente and PHMI collaborative partners to work together to improve the health of our patients.