The Population Health Learning Network’s first convening will be held on May 23rd and 24th in the International Ballroom at the Hilton Oakland Airport Hotel.

See below for information related to the in-person event:

For registration information, click here.

learning objectives

  • 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

General handouts – Participant packets

Venue Map
Connect with Members of Your Network!
Convening Faculty Biographies
Convening Passport
Team Time Worksheet
Technical Assistance Overview & Faculty Introductions
Evaluation Overview for PHLN
Convening Evaluation Survey – Day 1 & 2


main presentation

Main Slides – PHLN Convening
Evaluation Plan & Activities – Slides

Shift & Share: Related Resources

Alternative Visits
  • Carolyn Shepherd, Leibig-Shepherd, LLC
  • Serve the People
  • Western Sierra Medical Clinic
  • Open Door Community Health Centers
  • Venice Family Clinic
Assessing and Addressing Social Needs
  • La Clínica de La Raza
  • LA County Department of Health Services
  • Northeast Valley Health Corporation
  • Salud Para La Gente
  • Native American Health Center
  • Neighborhood Healthcare
Using Data for Population Health Management
  • Boris Kalikstein, Pivotal Moment Consulting
  • Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics
  • North East Medical Services
  • Southcentral Foundation
  • San Ysidro Health


Complex Care Management
  • Central City Concern
  • OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond
  • Lifelong Medical Care
  • Tri-City Health Center
  • Santa Rosa Community Health Centers


Learning Labs: presentations & Related Resources

What it Means to Be a Learning Organization

Karen McIntire and Mike Hirst, Southcentral Foundation



Key Considerations in Designing Your Organization’s Social Needs Strategy

Connie Davis and Kelly Reilly, The Centre for Collaboration, Motivation and Innovation



Tailoring Care: Delivering the Right Care to the Right Patients

Brian Chan and Matthew Mitchell, Central City Concern

Presentation & Handouts:

The Continuum of Data

Boris Kalikstein, Pivotal Moment Consulting


Strategies for Effective Behavioral Health Integration

Lori Raney, Health Management Associates

Presentation & Handouts:


Team-Based Care 2.0: Getting to the Template of the Future

Carolyn Shepherd, Leibig-Shepherd, LLC




Complex Care Management: A Diabetes Case Study

Holly Herrera and Erin Kirk, OHSU Family Medicine at Richmond


Optimizing Data Tools & Technology for Population Health Management

Mike Hirst, Southcentral Foundation



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