Session Details
L2  Internationally Heralded Approaches to Population Health driven by Alaska Native/American Indian/Native American Communities
Sun, December 04 2016 01:00 PM-04:30 PM
  Learning Format
Learn from the nationally and internationally heralded models of the SCF Nuka System of Care (Alaska) and the ECHO Program (New Mexico). Both programs are being looked to as models to apply in primary care and community settings to improve outcomes, cost, experience, and expertise for both those giving and receiving services. Both include community driven design, team based expertise, community based structures, workforce innovations, technology optimization, and reach across thousands of miles.
Beginner Level
Learning Format
Buzz Session
Develop an approach to working with communities experiencing equity gaps through a strength-based approach in partnership with people with lived experience
Identify opportunities to partner in culturally competent ways to address population and community needs
Identify opportunities to leverage technology to close equity gaps in access while creating workforce innovations that strengthen a community
Doug Eby, MD, Vice President of Medical Services, Southcentral Foundation; Amy Armistad, MA, Program Manager, University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center; Leanndra Ross, , Senior Director for Organizational Development and Innovation, Southcentral Foundation
Continuing Education Certification
Certification Type Credits
Certified Professionals in Healthcare Quality   3.00
General Attendance   3.00
Nursing Contact Hours   3.00
Pharmacist CPE   3.00
Social Worker Contact Hours   0.00
US Physician CME   3.00