Pathways: Building a Community Outcome Production Model


Pathways: Building a Community Outcome Production Model


This manual, developed by the Community Health Access Project (CHAP), provides detailed information and implementation guidelines for the Pathways (c) Model, a recognized model of community-based care coordination. Pathways can be used within an agency, a community, or across a State as a means of increasing positive outcome production to impact health and social service disparities.

The manual contains the following content:

  • An introduction to the Pathways Model and how it was developed
  • Definitions and examples of Pathway steps
  • Evaluation using Pathways
  • Beginning results for CHAP and partnering agencies
  • How the Pathways model can be applied in the community setting
  • An appendix with definitions, sample checklists, and sample pathways


Community Health Access Project

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Community Health Access Project


Original Summary: August 2010
Last Updated: 09/29/10

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