Rebecca Koppel, MSW, LSW, MPH
Senior Program Manager
Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
Rebecca Koppel, MSW, LSW, MPH is a Senior Program Manager at the Camden Coalition's National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs. In this role, she develops curriculum for frontline complex care teams, supports complex care ecosystems around the country, and oversees the planning and implementation of other complex care field-building initiatives. Her experience includes research on homelessness and police-alternative crisis response programs, capacity-building for homeless services providers, and delivering care in healthcare and social service settings. Rebecca completed her BA in neuroscience at Wesleyan University and holds a masters of social work and a masters of public health from the University of Pennsylvania.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

It is vital that the experiences of people with complex health and social needs inform the work and direction of the complex care field. The Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers has purposefully engaged consumers with lived experience to inform programs and the field of complex care. Our Lightening Talk will take you on our journey of building an interdisciplinary complex care curricula for hospitals and health systems, academic medical centers, federally qualified health centers, behavioral health organizations, social service agencies, and managed care organizations, and how we…