17th Annual Health Care Symposium Presentations – 2018

Posted: March 16, 2018
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Policy Enablers for Transforming Care for Underserved Communities – Janet Marchibroda, MBA
Director of Health Innovation Initiative & Executive Director of the CEO Council on Health and Innovation, Bipartisan Policy Center

SESSION 1 WORKSHOPS • 10:30am – 12:00pm

Social Determinants of Health
Wendi Vierra, Neighborhood Healthcare
Bessie Mathew, Venice Family Clinic

Pay for Performance: Navigate the Risks, Maximize the Benefits and Prepare for the FutureBest Practices for FQHC Incentive Programs Resource Sheet
Meaghan McCamman, California Primary Care Association
Michele Lambert, Vista Community Clinic
Lawrence Garcia, Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard
Steven Rousso, Wipfli/HFS

Creating an Advanced Medical Assistant Workforce to Promote the Transformation of Healthcare
Teri Brogdon, National Institute for Medical Assistant Advancement
Mark Splaine, National Institute for Medical Assistant Advancement and the Weitzman Institute
Mary Blankson, Community Health Center, Inc. and National lnstitute for Medical Assistant Advancement

Care Coordination Project: Improving Care Coordination for Patients Diagnosed with Congestive Heart Failure, Diabetes and Hypertension
Bob Quarfoot, Dignity Health – California Hospital Medical Center
Roberto Vargas, David Geffen School of Medicine University of California, Charles Drew University, RAND
Bryan Lang, Trans World Health Services, Inc.
Andrea Williams, Southside Coalition of Community Health Centers

SESSION 2 WORKSHOPS • 1:15 pm – 2:45 pm

Engaging Patients from Underserved Populations through Technology
Edith Gurrola, Integrative Behavioral Health Research Institute
Joshua J. Matacotta, Integrative Behavioral Health Research Institute
E. Lorena Navarro, CSU-Northridge
Aldo Baylon, Private Practice

Partnering for Success in Care and Payment
Rachel Tobey, John Snow, Inc. (JSI)
Karen McGlinn, Share Our Selves
Lisa Abdishoo, Los Angeles Christian Health Center

Increasing Performance and Problem Solving Effectiveness through Tiered Huddles
Bob Plummer, Honsha
Matt Wehr, Honsha

Improving Clinic Operations Using Time and Motion Study Methodology & Study Template
Lauren Richard, CCALAC
Deena Pourshaban, Elevation Health Partners

SESSION 3 WORKSHOPS • 3:15pm – 4:45pm

Culturally Informed Practice: Understanding LGBTQ Patients, Formerly Incarcerated Individuals and Explanatory Models of Illness
Estrella Lucero, Equality California
Chelsea Mottern, Equality California
Anna Steiner, Transitions Clinic Network
Josephine Servin, Family Health Care Centers of Greater Los Angeles

Analyzing Federal Funding Changes
Curtis Degenfelder, Curt Degenfelder Consulting Inc.

Enlightened Leadership and High Functioning Teams: You Can Do This!
Jeffrey Ring, Health Management Partners

Strategic Planning for Value(s)-Based Care using Design-Thinking
Jay W. Lee, Venice Family Clinic
Anita Zamora, Venice Family Clinic
Stacey Scarborough, Venice Family Clinic