Gilbert's professional career is rooted in myCommunity Connect, where his team of community health workers coordinated existing social care resources with onsite partners to reduce health care costs while increasing health outcomes. His team connected community members to The Palms and the Residencies at Camelback West, central to the now industry leading health and housing demonstration. The results of the demonstration were reported out at the October 2019 meeting of the Arizona State Medicaid Advisory Committee.

Numerous case studies and reports have referenced this demonstration, including HUD, National League of Cities, Center for Consumer Engagement in Health Innovation, Shelterforce, National Housing Conference, Arizona Chamber Foundation, Bloomberg, Catholic Health Association of America, USA Today, and the Journal for Public Health Management and Practice.




The industry consensus is that this model is considered a best practice in the health, housing, and whole person care arenas.