This Year’s Symposium is Going Virtual!
In light of COVID-19, we’re practicing the Distancing…
…but we’re keeping the Social.
Registration is still open!
CCALAC is excited to announce that we have partnered with Digitell, Inc. to bring you the 19th Annual Health Care Symposium – 100% virtually. The staff at Digitell have been busy working around the clock with the Symposium team to ensure you have the best virtual conference experience possible while remaining safer at home or in your clinics.
If you have already registered, you will receive an email soon from Digitell with simple instructions on how to get in to the virtual conference from your device of choice. No downloads are required, and you will be able to start setting up your profile and browsing sessions you wish to attend.
We’re delighted to have you join us this year for what will be a great event. CCALAC is very excited to be able to offer all the great content that we have been working on for the past several months.
Questions? Please send us an email: email@example.com
The Annual Health Care Symposium is a one-day event featuring breakout sessions highlighting best practices in health care delivery. The theme of this year’s Symposium is “A 20/20 Vision: Resilient Systems for Empowered Communities.” It is through this theme that we hope to empower and inspire participants with the skills, knowledge and resources to continue to build and strengthen health care delivery in their communities.
And for the first time, the Symposium will be 100% virtual.
Friday, April 3, 2020
Member/Affiliate – $400
Our Keynote Speaker
Rev. Dr. Bryant T. Marks, Sr.
Reverend Dr. Bryant T. Marks, Sr. is a minister, researcher, trainer, and award-winning educator. He is the Founder and Chief Equity Officer of the National Training Institute on Race and Equity and a tenured professor of Psychology at Morehouse College. He served on President Obama’s Board of Advisors with the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans and as senior advisor with the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Dr. Marks was also a contributor and trainer with the Obama Administration’s My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) and 21st Century Policing programs. Between 2017 and 2019, Dr. Marks provided implicit bias training to over 40,000 employees and volunteers in law enforcement; city, county, and federal government; corporations; education; and healthcare. Clients include: the Los Angeles Police Department, New York City Dept. of Education, Kaiser Permanente, Google, and Proctor and Gamble. He holds a B.A. in psychology and a minor in economics from Morehouse College, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Michigan. Dr. Marks conducts research and professional development in the areas of diversity and implicit bias, Black male psychology and development, and personal passion and productivity. Dr. Marks is married to Dr. Kimberly Marks and father to Kim, Zion-Trinity, and Bryant II.
9:00 – 10:00am Welcome and Keynote Address
10:30am – 12:00pm Breakout Sessions
How Immigration Policy is Affecting Health Center Patients and What You Can Do About It
During this presentation, the National Immigration Law Center and Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County will provide a broad overview of the immigration policies impacting patients’ health and well-being. CPCA will provide an overview of steps health centers are taking and policies they are putting in place to help patients feel safe and secure in accessing services and how some health centers are responding to the increased mental health needs of their immigrant patients. Presenters will discuss best practices for health center staff with regard to talking to patients, providing information and resources, and when to refer patients to legal services.
Building To A Sum Greater Than Its Parts: Cultural Integration in Community Health Partnerships and Alliances
This session is designed for community health leaders who are considering or are actively engaged in partnerships. We will share lessons learned from two years of researching the role of culture in community health partnerships and highlight six key areas where culture has the greatest potential to help or hinder partnering efforts. In addition, the CEO of a large community health center will share lessons learned from their extensive merger experience, including how failing to address cultural integration can impact staff retention, morale and patient experience. We will reinforce key concepts through interactive audience participation and introduce activities from our new guidebook that participants can bring back to their organizations.
Sensing the Invisible: Implicit Bias Management Towards Culturally Responsive Care
JUST ADDED: The Epidemic Underneath the Pandemic: The Longview on COVID-19
12:00pm – 12:15pm Break
12:15pm – 1:00pm LUNCH PLENARY: Community Health Centers’ Response to Addressing Pandemics
1:00pm – 1:15pm Break
1:15pm – 2:45pm Breakout Sessions
Building Partnerships and Addressing Food Inequity in Our Communities
APM: Securing Our Future One PMPM at a Time
Engaging Teams to Serve the Mission and Reduce Risk
Prioritizing Value - From Strategy to Implementation, Early Lessons Learned in the Field This panel discussion will present a framework that assesses an organization’s strategic plan and priority projects in the context of maximized value. The discussion will review considerations for measuring “value” in broader terms. The presenters will share early lessons from the Making the Value Connection program, a pilot of California clinics structuring “Value Projects” that have direct linkages to strategic priorities and are tracking both outcome and cost variables.
This panel discussion will present a framework that assesses an organization’s strategic plan and priority projects in the context of maximized value. The discussion will review considerations for measuring “value” in broader terms. The presenters will share early lessons from the Making the Value Connection program, a pilot of California clinics structuring “Value Projects” that have direct linkages to strategic priorities and are tracking both outcome and cost variables.
2:45pm – 3:15pm Break
3:15pm – 4:45pm Breakout Sessions
Project HEAL: Bridging the Gap in Hepatitis C Treatment for Vulnerable Populations in Los Angeles
Policy Landscape & Hot Topics
Solving Health Care’s Retention Issue: Strategies to Attract, Engage, and Boost Morale Amongst Your Team
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