Our next Diversity Dialogue is...
Care Transitions in Population Health
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
10:00 a.m. PT, 11:00 a.m. MT, Noon CT, 1:00 p.m. ET
Director, Enterprise Care Management, Population Health
Nurse, Community Navigation
Parkview Health in Fort Wayne, Ind., began its journey in chronic care management in 2013 with a thorough assessment of need and scope of services. Over the next two years, a high-risk-patient-self-care program was developed with the needs of high-risk chronic disease patients, as well as “at-risk,” community-based-care clients, as a top priority.
This 60-minute webinar, presented in conjunction with the Institute for Diversity in Health Management and the Association for Community Health Improvement, will follow Parkview’s progress as they share the risk populations of focus and the continuous growth of their population health care management programs. It also will describe the multiple approaches taken to identify high-risk populations and how to build a physician-led care management program to support the patient in personal self-care.
After the webinar, participants will be able to identify the work in development of Parkview Health’s high-risk chronic disease and community-based care, including:
- How to identify high-risk populations;
- Describing the correlation between chronic disease and community-based care;
- Evaluation of care strategies; and
- Describing measureable outcomes.
About Susan McAlister, DNP:
Dr. Susan McAlister, director of enterprise care management, joined Parkview Health in 2012 to develop Parkview’s Clinical Effectiveness Program. The Clinical Effectiveness program centers on population health with focus on length of stay, re-admissions, mortality and cost per adjusted patient day. In 2015, she added Population Health clinical operations to her areas of responsibility, with a prominent focus on patients with chronic illness. McAlister has a Black Belt in Six Sigma and over 20 years of outcome management knowledge. Previous positions held by McAlister include director, Quality and Professional Nursing, Palliative and Enhanced Care – IU Health, VP, quality at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, Ind. and VP, risk and patient injuries at American Specialty in Roanoke, Ind.
About Christine Howell, BSN, RN:
Christine Howell, a community based registered nurse, has been employed with Parkview Hospital for 30 years. During her tenure at Parkview, Christine has worked in the ICU and as a CRN in the Radiology department. In 2014, Christine joined Community Health and began developing a navigation program with the homeless population in Allen County. The focus of this program has been on health care, insurance, medication compliance, and decreasing emergency visits.
This webinar is presented in conjunction with the Association for Community Health Improvement (ACHI). ACHI is the premier national association for community health, community benefit and healthy communities professionals. It delivers education, professional development, peer networking and practical tools that help health leaders expand their knowledge and enhance their performance in achieving community health goals.
This webinar is available free of charge, but advanced registration is required.
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Upcoming Diversity Dialogues:
Wednesday, September 30, 12:00 p.m. CT - “ Oregon Health and Science’s Journey to Creating an Inclusive Environment for Patients and Staff.”
Duration: 90 minutes
Presenter: Leslie Garcia, Assistant Chief Diversity Officer, Vice Provost & Director, Oregon Health and Science University
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Updated: August 24, 2015