WEBINAR – REGISTRATION – National Network of Libraries of Medicine – Using Data for Decision-Making: An Environmental Scan Case Study – June 7, 2019 12pm to 1pm MT – This one-hour introductory webinar, “Using Data for Decision-Making: An Environmental Scan Case Study”, will provide an opportunity for librarians to explore the concept of using data for decision-making through an example of an environmental scan case study. Participants will learn how to plan and conduct an environmental scan, collect and curate existing data, and how to analyze data using Voyant-Tools. In this webinar, the case study findings will be presented and we will also discuss how data and conclusions can be used to plan future programs or initiatives. No prior knowledge of environmental scanning or data tools are required.
WEBINAR – REGISTRATION – National Network of Libraries of Medicine – Panels as Windows: Graphic Medicine and Empathy, a Tool to Understanding Patients, Caregivers, and Healthcare Professionals – June 12, 2019 10am to9 11am CT – Graphic medicine is comics about health. This communication medium has received an increase in attention over the last decade. A major reason for this is due to findings that it is well suited to increase empathy in healthcare students, healthcare professionals and caregivers. This webinar will deepen the discussion on graphic medicine and medical humanities by diving into implications of emotional understanding and recognition of humanity in health. Participants of this webinar will examine the use of comics to communicate various perspectives in the healthcare process.
WEBINAR – REGISTRATION – Centering Healthcare Institute – Community Health Workers and Clinical Integration – June 20, 2019 1pm to 2pm ET – Join Jaye Clement as she presents how the Henry Ford Health System and their WIN program(The Women-Inspired Neighborhood Network) aims to reduce the infant mortality rate by leveraging the impact of community health workers (CHWs) in CenteringPregnancy. Hear how they are mitigating social determinants of health (SDOH) though an enhanced Centering model of group prenatal care tailored to vulnerable African-American women.
WEBINAR – REGISTRATION – ChangeLab Solutions – Mapping the Gaps: Tobacco Disparities Messaging Project – This webinar will represent phase one research finding that map the gaps between the field and the public’s understanding of tobacco-related health disparities.
WEBINAR – REGISTRATION – Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion – Sustaining Diabetes Prevention and Self-Management Programs: A Healthy People 2020 Spotlight on Health Webinar – June 20, 2019 12:30pm to 1:30pm ET – This webinar will highlight the following objectives from the Diabetes topic area: Reduce the annual number of new cases of diagnosed diabetes in the population (D-1) Improve glycemic control among persons with diabetes (D-5) Increase prevention behaviors in persons at high risk for diabetes with prediabetes (D-16).
WEBINAR – REGISTRATION – Patient-Centered Primary Care Collaborative – Artificial Intelligence and Primary Care – May 15, 2019 3pm to 4pm ET – A panel of experts who will discuss strategies to ensure emerging technologies strengthen relationships and team-based primary care, while also reducing administrative burden and maintaining security.
WEBINAR – REGISTRATION – Medicaid Innovation Accelerator Program – Using Data Analytics to Better Understand Medicaid Populations with Serious Mental Illness: Additional Data Sources – May 16, 2019 2pm to 3:30pm ET – This Technical Resource describes approaches to combining Medicaid data with additional data sources that can assist state Medicaid agencies with developing data analytics to better understand their population with serious mental illness. Data analyses related to housing, corrections/justice involvement and food insecurity are highlighted as examples of the approaches described in the resource. The webinar will feature an overview of the technical resource, example analyses, and a discussion with state Medicaid leaders from Arizona and Minnesota who will share insights based on their experience conducting similar analyses.
WEBINAR – Story Center – Introduction to Public Health Digital Storytelling – Storytelling can be a valuable tool for public health researchers and practitioners. Our story facilitation methods support local community members in sharing first-person narratives and turning them into videos that can be used for training, community mobilization, advocacy, and more. These free, one-hour webinars offer participants a broad introduction to our work in public health, and an understanding of how our public health partnerships work.
These webinars include: Session 1 – The Role of Digital Storytelling in Public Health; Session 2 – Strategic Distribution of Public Health Stories; Session 3 – Digital Storytelling for Global Health and Rights. REGISTRATION LINK
WEBINAR – REGISTRATION – Health Quality Innovators – Using Telephonic E&M Codes to Improve Cardiac Rehab Outcomes – April 24, 2019 – This webinar is co-sponsored by Alliant Quality, Atom Alliance, AQIN, HQI, CMS/QIO and TMF – Medicare Quality Innovation Network-Quality Improvement Organizations. This webinar will provide insight to using new Evaluation and Management (E&M) codes to improve Cardiac Rehabilitation outcomes. We will focus on how the primary care clinician can ensure patients are being referred for appropriate care and that the clinician is being paid for providing the services. We will also explore how these activities can count as an improvement activity under the Quality Payment Program (QPP). If you have questions, please contact Amy Lenz at email@example.com 804.289.5357.
CDC Webinar Today: Achieving a Strong Evidence-base for Sustainable Community Health Worker Programs
Wednesday, August 31, 2016, 1:00 – 2:30 pm ET (RECORDING)
Sponsored by Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO)
This is the second webinar in the Community Health Worker (CHW) Call Series. This webinar focuses on integrating CHWs into the public health and healthcare workforce as a growing strategy for increasing health equity and access and improving population health, while decreasing costs. ASTHO, with funding from HRSA, will host an interactive panel discussion to highlight issues related to evaluating of CHW programs. This webinar will provide an overview of CHW evaluation, describe the CHW Common Indicators Project, and highlight action steps that participants can take to capture the contributions of CHWs in their individual settings.
Presenters: Noelle Wiggins; Terry Masson; Edith Kieffer; Leticia Rodriguez Garcia, CHW, MPHc
Certification and Licensure
March 3, 2016
This interactive call provided an overview of state legislative activity related to certification and training of CHWs, described the Community Health Worker Core Consensus (C3) Project, and discussed the pros and cons to certification through a facilitated panel discussion with three CHW experts.
Wed, May 18, 2016 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
Presented by Health Outreach Partners
Implementing a comprehensive outreach program requires structure that allows all members of the team to understand their roles and responsibilities. Programmatic work plans outline how an outreach team will complete their work by describing exactly what the program hopes to accomplish and the specific steps to do so. Policies and protocols establish important guidelines for carrying out outreach activities and outline specific processes that support implementation. In this webinar, participants will learn how to develop a work plan for their outreach program. Participants will also gain the tools to develop policies and protocols for their program. This webinar builds on planning components introduced in the previous webinar entitled Establishing an Outreach Program Vision and Monitoring Your Progress.
• Participants will be able to identify and describe the components of a work plan and create one for their own program.
• Participants will be able to use the tools presented to develop their own policies and protocols.
• Participants will understand how all of the components of planning support the implementation of a comprehensive outreach program.
Contact: Rosa Navarro navarror
On March 3, 2016 ASTHO, with support from HRSA, will host the webinar “Community Health Worker Call Series #1: Certification and Licensure.” This webinar will provide an overview of state legislative activity related to certification and licensure of community health workers, describe the Community Health Worker Core Consensus Project, and discuss the pros and cons of certification through a facilitated Q&A among panelists and participants.
This course is designed to provide state programs and other stakeholders with basic knowledge about Community Health Workers (CHWs), such as official definitions of CHWs, workforce development, and other topic areas. In addition, the course covers how states can become engaged in policy and systems change efforts to establish sustainability for the work of CHWs, including examples of states that have proven success in this arena.
The six-session course covers
- CHWs’ roles and functions
- Current status of the CHW occupation
- Areas of public policy affecting CHWs
- Credentialing CHWs
- Sustainable funding for CHW positions
- Examples of states successful in moving policy and systems change forward
The course sessions are self-paced. Completion time for each session is between 30–45 minutes. The user does not have to take each session in succession.
|Accountable Health Communities Deep Dive: Current Models and Lessons Learned Web Forum on Thursday, February 25, 2016. We would really appreciate your feedback about the Web Forum, so please be sure to complete our online evaluation survey by going to www.surveymonkey.com/r/D4H149. The Web Forum recording, presentations, and resources will be available on the Dialogue4Health website atwww.dialogue4health.org/web-
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