Alternative Models for Population Health

November 15, 2017
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The Westin Bonaventure
San Gabriel C, First Floor
Los Angeles, CA

Primary care is confronted with challenges from all sides. Primary care leaders and teams must navigate financial constrictions, low workplace morale, restrictive payment models, rising health care costs, increasingly aging populations, the integration of behavioral health, and achieving patient satisfaction. Through this interactive, case-based, executive education program, you will learn how two leading health care organizations have implemented successful strategies for managing their unique patient populations.

For example, the Camden Coalition’s Care Management model addresses health care, housing, and other social needs in an integrated fashion – which could be helpful for development of new strategic approaches in your organization. The Kaiser Permanente Complete Care model addresses how quality improvement and systems thinking were integrated into the new initiative, Depression Care Management, with successes and challenges in consistent implementation across a national organization.”

By day’s end, you will be able to:

  • Build a network of future leaders who want to work on the cutting edge of primary care delivery.
  • Evaluate how two different primary care delivery models move beyond the scope of the traditional primary care office visit to respond to patients whenever and wherever they need care.
  • Assess different methods/styles of working within and beyond the structure and constraints of the current health system to create an optimal system design for improved health, engaged and enabled patients, efficient care delivery, lower costs, and thriving primary care teams.
  • Apply strategies to design workflow and roles to maximize your team’s ability to care for diverse patient populations.
  • Identify opportunities to collect and analyze data and leverage it for quality improvement.

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