JUNE 28 - JULY 2, 2020  
30 years of Care Transitions Across the Full Continuum

Jeylinne Enriquez, MSW, MHSA, LSSGB, PAHM

Jeylinne Enriquez, MSW, MHSA, LSSGB, PAHM


Jeylinne Enriquez, MHSA, MSW, LSSGB, PAHM

Jeylinne Enriquez is a Clinical Project Specialist (CPS) at New Directions Behavioral Health. Jeylinne has over 8 years of experience in the healthcare arena. Several of those years have been focused on social determinants of health, and population health. In 2013 Jeylinne participated in the Health Care Innovation Challenge Award at Truman Medical Center as a field social worker. The goal of the project was to engage, identify and test new care delivery that produce better care, better health, and reduced cost through improvement for target populations. In 2015, Jeylinne was hired at New Directions Behavioral Health to oversee a partnership with the Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) to create a community resource referral system. The goal of the system is to proactively analyze our members communities to see which resources and programs can be overlay with their demographics to better understand existing linkages between their social services infrastructure. Fusing that analysis with possible challenges they may be facing (substance abuse, lack of access to care, transportation barriers, homelessness and poverty) into a single, visual snapshot of resources located closest to the members. The referral system started with 22,000 resources in targeted locations. Today there are over 500,000 validated resources at a national level, from governmental organizations, not-for-profits, and national associations. These resources are used by case managers, utilization managers, and field case managers. Today Jeylinne continues to oversee the development, validation and improvement of the system.

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