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IMPROVING CHILDREN’S HEALTH: Integrating Dental and Medical Services

10/4/2018
IQIN Face to Face Meeting

10/4/2018
Azara DRVS Users Group Meeting

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Clinical Leadership Conference: Pragmatic Tools for Patient Collaboration

IQIN Face to Face Meeting
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The purpose of the training is to give participants an understanding of the systems and tools necessary to work successfully with population health models, processes, staffing, training, patient engagement, and reporting. This new model of care will require health center personnel acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to move from an episodic orientation to a population health model. Featuring Candace Chitty, Azara Healthcare, and Purdue Health Care Advisors

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When: October 4, 2018
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
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Embassy Suites North
3912 Vincennes Rd
Indianapolis, Indiana  46268
Presenter: Candace Chitty
Contact: Angela Boyer
317-983-1002


Online registration is available until: 10/4/2018
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October 4th IQIN Face-to-Face Meeting: Focus on Population Health and High Risk/High Cost Patients  Just $60 to cover food and beverages

Candace Chitty, Quality First Healthcare Consulting, Inc., will be the featured speaker and facilitator for the IQIN Face-to-Face Meeting on October 4th from 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM at the Embassy Suites North in Indianapolis. The purpose of the training is to give participants an understanding of the systems and tools necessary to work successfully with population health models, processes, staffing, training, patient engagement, and reporting. This new model of care will require health center personnel acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to move from an episodic orientation to a population health model. This training covers the essentials of PHM: managing transitions of care, managing high-risk complex populations, engaging patients in self-care, and measuring performance. Skills required to achieve these goals include but are not limited to cultural change, coaching, empowerment, motivating behavior change, advocacy, and mastering continuous quality improvement principles. Other speakers will include Azara Healthcare, Purdue Healthcare Advisors and Participating Health Center staff.