Harvard Medical Students presented projects they’ve developed and implemented through the Agents of Change program. This included a Social Determinants of Health team that worked with BHCHP to create tools and training programs that enable the integration of care and services for homeless persons to improve health outcomes and decrease avoidable ER and hospital usage.
On March 1, 2018 students and medical community members gathered to present projects they’ve developed and implemented through the fourth cohort of the Agents of Change (AoC) program. AoC is an incubator for students in partnership with local community health centers. The mission is to collaborate and develop solutions to improve primary care for the underserved, including access to health care and impact on health outcomes. Participants range from Harvard Medical students to physicians-in-training and members of other Harvard University graduate schools.