The NC Population Health Collaborative is comprised of representatives of existing NC ACOs and aspiring ACOs participants and partners. The Collaborative provides an opportunity for emerging and developing ACOs to share experiences and ideas about transitioning to accountable, value-driven, health care delivery systems, and to identify and discuss possible solutions for facilitating that transition. The Collaborative meets twice a year.
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UPCOMING MEETING DATES:
- NC Population Health Collaborative: September meeting rescheduled to December 12, 2018, at the McKimmon Conference and Training Center, NC State University, 1101 Gorman Street, Raleigh, NC 27606. Learn more and register today!
2019 MEETING DATES:
- March 7, 2019
- September 12, 2019
To find out more about the NC Population Health Collaborative or if you are interested in participating, please contact Danielle Snyder, (919) 833-3836, email@example.com.
PRESENTATIONS FROM RECENT MEETINGS:
March 15, 2018: Considerations in Population Health
- 1. Updates and Outlook for Population Health Reform – Presented by Mark McClellan, MD, PhD Director and Robert J. Margolis, M.D., Professor of Business, Medicine and Policy, Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy
- 2. Unconscious Bias: The Impact on Populations – Kinneil Coltman, DHA, VP of Diversity and Inclusion, Atrium (formerly Carolinas Health Care)
- 3. Medicaid Reform – Adam Zolotor, MD, DrPH, President & CEO, North Carolina Institute of Medicine
- 4. Population Health under Managed Care: Care Management & The Advanced Medical Home (AMH) Program – Kelly Crosbie, MSW, LCSW, Project Lead, Quality & Population Health, Division of Health Benefits
September 14, 2017: Social Determinants of Health
- 1. Physician Quality Partners & Social Determinants of Health – Presented by Amy Messier, MD and Lydia Newman, MPP
- 2. Moving Forward Together: Partnering with Your Area Agency on Aging for Effectively Addressing SDoH – Presented by the NC Association of Area Agencies on Aging (nc4a)
- 3. DHHS Vision and Priorities for the Future – Presented by Mandy Cohen, MD, MPH, Secretary of NC DHHS
- 4. Cherokee Indian Hospital Authority – Social Determinants of Health: A Hospital Perspective – Presented by Richard Bunio, MD
- 5. Social Determinants of Health: Implications in the Real World Practice – Presented by Karen Smith, MD