Taking Aim: Applying a Person-Centered Perspective to Social Determinants of Health
From St. Ambrose University, Institute for Person-Centered Care
Learn about how person-centered care can address social determinants of health (SDoHs), including driving practice through data, advocating for policy, interprofessional practices and how to incorporate person-centered practices into care. Attendees will learn from change makers at both the national and local levels, focusing on person-centered perspectives to SDoHs.
Webinars originally took place at the 2020 Institute for Person-Centered Care (IPCC) Virtual Conference from October 10th through October 16th, 2020.
PRACTICE GAPS AND NEEDS
Social determinants of health (SDoHs) exist globally. Evidence supports the need to address SDoHs to improve community health and wellness. A paradigm shift in practices are occurring as we move to value-based policies. Person-centered care although not knew is not hard wired in practice. By engaging in learning opportunities such as this conference, professionals across sectors will be better prepared to support policy, innovation, and evidence-based practices to improve population's health and wellness.
- Discuss the current landscape of Person-Centered Care and Social Determinants of Health.
- Identify person-centered strategies that address health equity including interprofessional ethics and values.
- Evaluate and apply current research, resources and best practices of PCC related to SDoH to clinical care and educational practices.
- Compare and contrast different innovations to advance PCC related to SDoH.
Elements of Competence
This CE activity has been designed to change learner competence and focuses on the American Board of Medical Specialties' areas of professionalism and systems-based practice, the Institute of Medicine areas of providing patient-centered care and employing evidence-based medicine, and the Interprofessional and Nursing areas of values/ethics for interprofessional practice and interprofessional communication.
This conference is designed for physicians, nurses, physician assistants, social workers, health and human services and higher education administration, and those who have interest in person-centered care and social determinants of health.
All times are CST
Sessions will be live with question/answer time built in. All sessions will be recorded and available to attendees for one month after set dates.
Saturday, October 10
10–11 a.m., Keynote Speaker
Dan Brillman, MBA: The Future of Health: A Coordinated Approach to Comprehensive Health and Social Care
Monday, October 12
11 a.m.-Noon, Keynote Speaker
Phuoc Le, MD, MPP: Navajo Nation, COVID Response, and Health Equity Partnerships
Tuesday, October 13
11 a.m.–Noon, Concurrent Oral Presentations:
- Christina McDonough, BA, CHES®, PAPHS: Community Transformation Consultant, Scott Co. Health Dept. How the Quad Cities Initiated a Grassroots Effort to Increase Food Rescue
- John Bowser, PhD: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee & St. Ambrose University Public Health and Education: A Mutually Beneficial Relationship
- Russell DeBonis, DNP: Cultural Competence and Screening for Poverty and Social Determinants in Primary Care
- Elizabeth Pratt, MPH, MHA, BSN, RN: Making Health Accessible to Rural Illinois Through a Unique, Barrier Reduction Model
Wednesday, October 14
11 a.m.–Noon, Panel Discussion
Coordinated Care Network: Shaping Tomorrow Together: Collaboration, Coordination, Choices, and Community
Kathy Weiman, MPA
Michael Glanz, MBA, MS, CTRS
Nicole Cisne-Durbin, MEd
Patrick Carolson, MSW, LCSW
Amy Groskopf, MLS
Moderator: Cecelia Bailey
Thursday, October 15
11 a.m.-Noon, Keynote Speaker
Adaeze Enekwechi, PhD, MPP: Urgent Lessons in Advancing Equity in the Time of COVID-19
Friday, October 16
11 a.m.–Noon, Concurrent Oral Presentations:
- Jessica Grabowski, AM, LCSW and Jenny Winkler, MPH, CIC, CPPS: Illinois Case Study: Partnerships for Effective Transitions
- Ruselle S. Debonis, DNP: Social Determinants Advocate Volunteers: A Program to Address Needs in Primary Care
- Andrea Janota, MPH: Use of Project ECHO in Indiana To Advance Person-Centered Care
Emergency situations occasionally occur and may necessitate topic or speaker changes. The University of St. Ambrose and the Wisconsin-Madison ICEP reserve the right to alter or substitute a topic or speaker without prior notification.
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Dan Brillman, MBA, Co-Founder and CEO of Unite Us
Dan Brillman graduated from Yale University in 2006 and worked in finance and consulting before joining the Air Force Reserves as a combat pilot, where he still serves today. As an aircraft commander assigned to the 76 ARS at McGuire Air Force Base, NJ, Dan earned several combat air medals during multiple deployments both in Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns. After earning his MBA from Columbia Business School in 2012, Dan worked in venture capital in New York City where he focused on investing and technological innovation.
Dan co-founded Unite Us in 2013. Unite Us is a technology company that builds coordinated care networks of health and social service providers. With Unite Us, providers across sectors can send and receive secure electronic referrals, track every person's total health journey, and report on tangible outcomes across a full range of services in a centralized, cohesive, and collaborative ecosystem.He is a recipient of the Jefferson Award for Public Service and was recently added to Business Insider's "30 People Under 40 Changing Healthcare." Passionate about helping others and tackling tough issues, Dan is a fierce advocate of programs that improve public health.
Phuoc Le, Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine and Pediatric Medicine, University of California-Berkeley
Phuoc Le, MD, MPH graduated from Dartmouth in 2000 with a double major in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Asian and Middle Eastern Languages and Literatures. He then matriculated at Stanford Medical School where he earned his MD.
During his time at Stanford, Phuoc also obtained a Master's of Public Health from UC Berkeley with a focus on global health. He completed a combined residency in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Global Health Equity at Harvard's Brigham and Women's Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. During residency he has worked with the NGO Partners in Health (PIH) to provide equitable health care in Rwanda, Lesotho, Malawi, and most recently, post-earthquake Haiti. He has participated in both quantitative and qualitative public/community health, and anthropological research in Tibet, Shanghai, and Qinghai, PRC, and Geneva, Switzerland.
Currently, Phuoc is an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at UCSF, where he is a hospitalist splitting his time between both departments. He co-directs the Global Health-Hospital Medicine Fellowship at UCSF. He is also an Assistant Professor at the University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health. Most recently, he co-founded the HEAL Initiative, an interprofessional 2-year global health delivery fellowship.
Dr. Adaeze Enekwechi, PhD, MPP, IMPAQ International
Dr. Adaeze Enekwechi is President of IMPAQ, the holding company of IMPAQ International, Maher & Maher, and ASCEND. Her responsibilities include strategic and tactical oversight of all services, including research, technical assistance, and technology services across all practice areas, including health care, workforce development, social programs, and international development.
A leading voice in health policy and social determinants of health, Dr. Enekwechi is working to ensure our nation evolves beyond its current piecemeal, short-term approach to big health problems, to create an equitable health care system that makes meaningful changes in people’s quality of life. In addition to her bold leadership in health care and other social issues, Dr. Enekwechi has a deep understanding of Federal programs and policies, including payment systems and delivery system reform.
|John Bowser, PhD||Andrea Janota, MPH|
|Ruselle S. Debonis, DNP||Christina McDonough, BA, CHES®, PAPHS|
|Jessica Grabowski, LCSW||Elizabeth Pratt, MPH, MHA, BSN, RN|
|Patrick Carlson, MSW, LCSW||Amy Groskopf, MLS|
|Nicole Cisne-Durbin, MEd||Kathy Weiman, MPA|
|Michael Glanz, MBA, MS, CTRS||Moderator: Cecelia Bailey|
Ann Garton, MSN, RN, CNE
|Kerry Humes, MD|
|Darci Becker, PhD||Jessica Roisen, PhD|
|Mary Jo Bloominger, MPAS, PA-C|
Kurt Sturmer, DNP, FNP-BC, RN, CNE
|Jennifer Boedeker, MSW, LMSW||Lashon Moore, WHNP-BC, ARNP|
|Colleen Doak, PhD||Tonya Roberts, PhD, RN|
|Katelyn Horberg, MSEd|
POLICY ON DISCLOSURE
It is the policy of the University of Wisconsin–Madison Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership (ICEP) that the faculty, authors, planners, and other persons who may influence content of this continuing education (CE) activity disclose all relevant financial relationships with commercial interests* in order to allow CE staff to identify and resolve any potential conflicts of interest. Faculty must also disclose any planned discussion of unlabeled/unapproved uses of drugs or devices during their presentation. For this educational activity all conflicts of interest have been resolved and detailed disclosures are provided by clicking below on the disclosure link.
*The ACCME defines a commercial interest as any entity producing, marketing, re‐selling, or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients. The ACCME does not consider providers of clinical service directly to patients to be commercial interests.
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|In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by the University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP and St. Ambrose University Institute for Person-Centered Care. The University of Wisconsin–Madison ICEP is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.|
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