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2015 Year in Review: MCN’s hard work… all on one page

MCN YIREarlier this month, we released our 2015 Year in Review, which highlights some incredible facts and figures on Migrant Clinicians Network’s programs and services and the voluminous and much-needed work we managed to accomplish in just one year.

Migrant Clinicians Network wins Premier Cares Award and $100,000 for its Health Network

MCNCHARLOTTE, N.C. & AUSTIN, TEXAS (Jan. 28, 2016) — Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN), a nonprofit dedicated to improving health for the poor, has received the 24th annual Monroe E. Trout Premier Cares Award, which includes a $100,000 cash prize, for providing comprehensive case management, medical records transfer and follow-up services through its Health Network. 

What makes a strategic planning retreat successful? MCN shows you how!

MCNMCN’s Board of Directors joined the entire MCN staff for a high-energy, joyful, yet focused multi-day strategic planning retreat in Austin, Texas earlier this week.

Top 5 Ways Health Network Saved Lives of Mobile Patients in 2015


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Drug Resistant Tuberculosis: A Case Study

MCNby Kathy Shield, Health Network Intern

Health Network Video Series: Ongoing Care for Your Enrolled Patients

This week, Migrant Clinicians Network released the final installation in our video series on Health Network, MCN’s bridge case management program for mobile patients. 

In the Field: Ricardo Garay Brings Health Network to New Mexico


Last week, Ricardo Garay, MCN’s Health Network Manager arrived in Albuquerque, New Mexico for multiple presentations and meetings at the Midwest Stream Farmworker Health Forum, followed by a clinical site training to a New Mexico hospital on Health Network.

Health Network Video #3: What Patients Can Expect

Health Network Video #2: How To Set Up Health Network in Your Clinic

Last month, we launched a video to give an overview of Health Network, our bridge case management system, which helps mobile patients continue their treatment, whether they move from California to Idaho, or to another country. 

Remembering MCN's Homero Segovia


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