|September 10||[optional] Leveraging Multiple Tools-Leading Profound Change Webinar – Register here|
|October 9||[optional] Data Driven Population Health Management Webinar – Register here|
|October 30||Progress Report Due|
|November 12||[optional] Clinic Experiences-Leading Profound Change Webinar – Register here|
|December 5th||In-Person Learning Session – Register here
Oakland, CA. This will be our last in-person session of the program.
12-1pm PT – Register here
|Webinar – Petaluma Health Center Tech Solution PHC’s Director of Innovation, Jessicca Moore, will field questions about the health center’s tech solution – Carium – to help patients keep their appointments with specialists. Check out the related case study.|
|October 20-22||Conference – National Summit on SDOH: This conference, held in San Diego, will focus on health equity. Session topics include building sustainable cross-sector partnerships to promote health equity, measuring health impacts, and addressing health and housing. There are multiple tracks to choose from.
|Exploring the Impact of Integrated Medicaid Managed Care on Practice-Level Integration of Physical and Behavioral Health: This brief and related infographic describes how integrated financing influences the coordination of physical and behavioral health services. It provides recommendations for how physical-behavioral health integration can be advanced in areas of data-sharing and quality measures, payment and business practices, and clinical practice and service design.|
|Case Study: Addressing Patients’ Social Needs with an Online Social Service Referral Platform: Learn about Northeast Valley Health Corporation’s experience testing One Degree, an online social service referral program.|
|Case Study: Building a Collaboration with West County Health Centers to Address School Absenteeism: Learn about how West County worked to combine school absenteeism data with the health center’s clinical data to identify ways the health center and school district could collaborate to reduce school absenteeism and support families’ health and education goals.|
|High-Impact Leadership: Improve Care, Improve the Health of Populations, and Reduce Costs: This IHI white paper presents three interdependent dimensions of high-impact health care leadership, including mental models, behaviors and frameworks.|
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