The Population Health Learning Network’s first convening will be held on May 23rd and 24th in Oakland, CA.
See below for information related to the in-person event:
For registration information, click here.
PRE-WORKSHOP PREPARATION: SHIFT & SHARE
Several PHLN teams have been invited to present during the Shift and Share sessions at our first in-person meeting. Read on for more information regarding your presentation:
- The “Shift & Share” Activity is a quick way to learn and share with peers. There will be four topic areas, or “shift & share” stations during each round. Each station will have 2-3 presenters.
- There will be two rounds. Each round will last 50 minutes. We’re asking teams to share during only one of the rounds. Please check for an email from Megan about which topic you’ll be presenting on.
- One person per organization will share a 10-12 minute brief presentation using a storyboard or other visual method. No powerpoints, please! Please see this document with some instructions and guidelines for how & what you will be asked to share.
- You will be part of a group with two additional presenters. So you will each have 10-12 minutes to share, and then the rest of the time (about 15-20 minutes), participants at your station will be able to ask questions.
- You should expect about 20-25 people at your station.
Have questions? Don’t understand what we’re asking? Need feedback or guidance on your topic? We’ve set up two optional 30 minute lunch time calls that you can join to get feedback or ask questions. Here are the dates and times below, please register in advance to attend:
Please email my colleague Meaghan Copeland by May 4 with the name of the person from your team that will be sharing, and a brief description (a few words is fine, less than a sentence) about what you plan to share about.
DURING WORKSHOP: CO-DESIGN THE PHLN COMMUNICATION TOOL
We are running a 45-minute co-design session during lunch on Day 1 to develop feedback and ideas around the PHLN communication platform. If interested in participating, please email Diana.
- Identify population health management topics most pressing to participants for best practices and lessons learned
- Take a deep dive into the areas of addressing social needs, behavioral health integration, complex care management, alternative visits, becoming a learning organization, and using data, technology, and tools for population health management
- Map potential bright spots for future programming
- Identify specific challenges or technical assistance needed to improve your population health capabilities
- Make sure you leave the convening with commitments, next steps, and a buddy to report to over the next 60 days
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