Building a statewide subscription model for medical-legal partnership services with help from a primary care association: A Montana case study.

Primary care associations (PCAs) and Health Center Controlled Networks (HCCNs) are state and regional hubs for health centers that frequently lead training and technical assistance activities and help scale a range of health center-related clinical and operational innovations. From this vantage point, PCAs and HCCNS are uniquely situated to serve as a bridge between individual health centers and prospective legal partners, as well as help plan for the financing, operation, and sustainability of medical-legal partnership (MLP) activities. This case study looks at how the Montana Primary Care Association helped develop a statewide, subscription model for MLP services.

National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership & the Montana Primary Care Association. Building a statewide subscription model for medical-legal partnership services with help from a primary care association: a Montana case study. September 2020. Available online.

Publication Year: 
2020
Resource Type: 
Issue Briefs & Reports
Study Design: 
Other Study Design
Social Determinant of Health: 
Legal Services
Screening Research: 
No