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Webinar: Workflow Models and Strategies to Collect Standardized Data on the Social Determinants of Health Using PRAPARE Webinar: Workflow Models and Strategies to Collect Standardized Data on the Social Determinants of Health Using PRAPARE

Webinar: Workflow Models and Strategies to Collect Standardized Data on the Social Determinants of Health Using PRAPARE

Free PRAPARE Webinar Series

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Register by clicking here   Interested in collecting standardized data on the social determinants of health using PRAPARE but not sure how to incorporate it into your organization’s workflow?  This webinar will walk through different strategies and models to collect PRAPARE data, ranging from utilization of clinical staff or non-clinical staff to self-assessment methods to integration with other teams or programs.
HITEQ Highlights: Office Hours for Measuring Return on Investment for Your Population Health Management Program HITEQ Highlights: Office Hours for Measuring Return on Investment for Your Population Health Management Program

HITEQ Highlights: Office Hours for Measuring Return on Investment for Your Population Health Management Program

HITEQ Highlights Office Hours

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Register today Join the HITEQ Center for office hours as a follow up to our webinar on Measuring Return on Investment for Your Population Health Management Program. Our webinar presenters, Mark Rivera, President of Managed Care Consulting, Inc./ MCC Analytics and Lynda Meade, Director of Consulting Services, Centerprise, Inc. and formerly of the HCCN at the Michigan Primary Care...

Leveraging Health IT to Address Health Disparities: A Leadership Conference

National Health IT Collaborative For the Underserved

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The NHIT Collaborative is convening the "Leveraging Health IT to Address Health Disparities: A Leadership Conference" in conjunction with HIMSS18.  The Leadership conference itself will be run from March 6 to March 7.   

Events Details:

Join thought leaders representing multiple stakeholders at this two-day meeting to energize an agenda to improve the health of vulnerable populations through use of HIT.    

Objectives:

  • Envision the future of HIT with other National Experts and leaders
  • Strategize with colleagues
  • Commit to action

Themes:

  • Workforce
  • Research
  • Innovation
  • Policy

Co-Hosts:

  • National Association of Community Health Centers
  • Center for Care Innovations
  • Association of Clinicians for the Underserved

RSVP:
By submitting the EventBrite form ONLY represents your interest in attending this Leadership Conference.  You will receive a SEPERATE email with the official HIMSS18 registration link, event code and lodging information.

HITEQ Highlight Webinar: Measuring Return on Investment for Your Population Health Management Program

HITEQ Highlights

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There is a great deal of interest among health centers, primary care associations and health center controlled networks of the advantages associated with investing in a Population Health Management (PHM) electronic platform. Measuring specific and quantifiable returns clarifies the benefits and supports a consistent understanding among stakeholders of the value of PHM. During this webinar, we discussed the Michigan HCCN’s experience with putting the components in place to measure the return on investment (ROI) of their PHM support program. The HITEQ Center also introduced a newly developed PHM ROI matrix tool. The PHM ROI Matrix Tool is intended to “walk” an organization through a process of developing the ability to measure benefit in basic, intermediate, or advanced terms.

 

Interested in office hours to ask our presenters further follow-up questions? Please register here for the March 22, 2018 Office Hours.

The 2018 Social Determinants of Health Academy

Virtual Training #3: MARCH: Pathways to Cross-Sector Partnerships to Address SDOH Part 1

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Pathways to Cross-Sector Partnerships to Address SDOH, Part 1

Presented by: Cooperation for Supportive Housing (CSH) and National Health Care for the Homeless Council

Food security and having access to safe, affordable housing are two of the most basic and yet powerful SDOH. As more and more health centers begin to screen for specific SDOH which includes housing and food security, health centers need to be equipped to triage and connect patients to appropriate partners in their local community. This webinar will highlight health centers who have developed strong relationships with local community based organizations (CBOs) to address the lack of stable housing and food for their patients; including patients with diabetes. The presenters will share examples of health centers who have built cross -sector partnerships with supportive housing providers, hospitals, and/or managed care organizations, food pantries, and soup kitchens to meet the medical and social needs of their more complex patients.

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Explain how supportive housing providers can connect individuals to health centers for clinical services.
  • Define food security.
  • Identify promising practices for building cross-sector partnerships, to address the housing and nutritional needs of vulnerable populations, which includes patients with diabetes.
  • Describe how the lack of access to safe housing and proper nutrition impacts the quality of care provided and chronic disease management.
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