Five health care foundations today released an online resource on promising approaches to improving health outcomes for patients with complex medical, behavioral and social needs. The John A. Hartford Foundation, Peterson Center on Healthcare, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The SCAN Foundation, and The Commonwealth Fund unveiled the resource at a conference sponsored by the National Center for Complex Health and Social Needs. The AHA and its Health Research and Educational Trust affiliate were conference co-sponsors and participated in a Dec. 7 Advisory Committee meeting that focused on future governance and related structure and process issues for the new Center. Also today, the Commonwealth Fund also released findings from a national survey that found adults with multiple chronic conditions are more likely to report unmet behavioral health and social service needs than other adults.