Health Care Homes- Learning Collaborative-HCH/SIM Webinar Series

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HCH/SIM Webinar Series

The Health Care Homes/State Innovation Model Learning Collaborative hosts a year round webinar series to provide opportunities for health care providers and community partners to learn about health transformation. Certificates of Attendance are available to participants who attend the webinar and complete an evaluation.

2017 Webinars

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Thursday, October 12, 2017 from 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm

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Presenters:

Erika Yoney, Licensed School Nurse, PHN, RN, State School Health Consultant, Minnesota Department of Health

Description:
Students spend an average of 35 hours a week in school.. This webinar will explore how health care providers and community school staff can work together to keep kids healthy and support learning.

Learning Objectives

By attending this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Identify ways to connect health care providers with community schools in Minnesota
  • Describe examples of national and local health care and community school partnerships
  • Explain strategies for developing health care provider and community school partnerships
  • Who Should Attend:

  • Primary care providers
  • Care coordinators
  • Nurses
  • Social workers
  • Wednesday, October 18, 2017 from 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm

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    Presenters

    Lara Pratt, MPH, Manager, Healthy Living Initiative, Minneapolis Health Department

    Megan Ellingson, MHA, Consultant to Minneapolis Health Department, Ellingson Health Consulting LLC

    Description

    The Minneapolis Health Department, Volunteers of America (VOA) and CHW Solutions have joined forces to provide community health worker (CHWs) services in eight public housing buildings. Most residents in these buildings are immigrants, elderly, disabled, and low-income.

    Presenters will share the CHWs activities to help residents address social determinants, prevent and manage hypertension, and improve their quality of life. They will also describe their process for pursuing Medicaid reimbursement for CHW services.

    Learning Objectives

    By attending this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Describe the process that VOA followed to integrate CHWs into public housing buildings
  • Explain the roles and impact of CHWs in public housing buildings for this project
  • Access resources for integrating CHWs into community-based organizations and seeking reimbursement for their services
  • Describe VOA’s process for seeking health care reimbursement for CHW services
  • Who Should Attend

  • Community-based organizations
  • Primary care clinics
  • Public housing authorities
  • Organizations employing community health workers
  • Tuesday, October 24, 2017 from 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm

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    Presenters:

    Katherine Mackedanz, MPH, Community Health Manager, Todd County Health & Human Services

    Julia R. Draxten, MS, MAM, MBA, Director of Clinic Operations-Melrose, Long Prairie & Eagle Valley Clinics

    Description:

    CentraCare Health-Long Prairie and Todd County Health & Human Services collaborated on a Learning Community project that was data driven and emphasized their ongoing collaboration. Through the data review process, it was discovered that tobacco use rates were disproportionately high in the PMAP (Prepaid Medical Assistance Program) population. Staff worked together to identify ways to promote CentraCare’s Tobacco Cessation program, create outreach materials and engage community partners to identify new methods to reach the intended population.

    Learning Objectives

    By attending this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Understand the benefit of reviewing electronic health record and community data to identify a common community health priority and at-risk population
  • Learn how staff and resources were shared across public health and healthcare system
  • Learn new methods to conduct tobacco cessation outreach and increase community awareness of tobacco use
  • Who Should Attend:

  • Public health
  • Primary care providers
  • Community partner organizations
  • Tuesday, November 7, 2017 from 12:00 noon - 1:00 pm

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    Presenters:

    Casey Borgen, RN, BSN, PHN, Community Wellness Partners – Des Moines Valley and Nobles Counties

    DeTasha Place, RN, BSN, CCP, Health Coach – Sanford Jackson Medical Center

    Description:
    1 in 3 adults in the U.S. has pre-diabetes, and 9 out of 10 of them are unaware. In this webinar, you will learn about how a primary care clinic, Sanford Jackson – Lakefield, is teaming up with local public health and other community partners to integrate diabetes prevention into everyday practice.

    Learning Objectives

    By attending this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Identify 2-3 ways to increase screening and diagnosis of pre-diabetes
  • Describe challenges and opportunities that arise from using a patient registry
  • List two benefits to working with community partners to offer expanded resources to clinic patients.
  • Who Should Attend:

  • Primary Care Clinic staff including; clinic managers, health coaches/care coordinators, quality improvement staff
  • Public health staff
  • Community Wellness Grant and Statewide Health Improvement Project grantees
  • Wednesday, November 29, 2017 from 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm

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    Presenters:

    Rhonda Buckallew, Family Medical Center Administrator CHI St. Gabriel’s Health

    Karen Engstrom, RDH , Chief Operating Officer Apple Tree Dental

    Brenda Prosa, Information Systems Director Apple Tree Dental

    Description:

    Across the state, populations on medical assistance struggle to access the oral health care they need. There is a strong connection between oral health and overall health. In Morrison County, CHI St. Gabriel’s Health primary care clinic, Family Medical Center, and Apple Tree Dental are collaborating to improve access to oral health care locally, integrate oral health preventative services into primary care, provide education about the mouth-body connection, and develop a system for referrals and health record sharing between the two entities. This project is part of a $45 million State Innovation Model (SIM) cooperative agreement, awarded to Minnesota by The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI).

    Learning Objectives

    By attending this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Learn about steps taken to integrate oral health preventative services into primary care.
  • Learn about the referral and record sharing processes developed and underway.
  • Learn about opportunities and challenges integrating oral health and primary care.
  • Who Should Attend:

  • Public health professionals
  • Clinic administrators
  • Primary care providers
  • Oral health care providers
  • Health Care Home professionals
  • Care coordinators
  • Social workers
  • Thursday, December 7, 2017 from 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm

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    Presenters:

    Amber Spaniol, RN, PHN, LSN, Director, Health Services, Minneapolis Public Schools

    Alison Salita, RN, BSN, CDE, Clinical Quality Project Manager, Park Nicollet Health Services

    Description:

    The TEAMS project aims to improve child health by supporting school districts in making improvements to their health services and better preparing students for academic success. This presentation will showcase how the Robbinsdale Area Schools and Park Nicollet Health Services leveraged the TEAMS framework to foster partnerships to improve asthma care and management for students and patients.

    Learning Objectives

    By attending this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Identify how Park Nicollet and the school district leveraged this framework to support improvements in the health care services they deliver to students and patients.
  • Explain how the team assessed current school health services, policies, practices, infrastructure and barriers, along with key areas for improvement around asthma management.
  • Gain insights from the process changes implemented around asthma management plans and staff education, and implementation results.
  • Who Should Attend:

  • Registered Nurses/Licensed Practical Nurses
  • Care Coordinators
  • Primary Care Practitioners
  • Past Webinars

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    Updated Monday, October 23, 2017 at 09:16AM