2009 Conference Track D: Improving Americans' Health Status

Slide presentation from the AHRQ 2009 conference.

 

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Progress of a Learning Network: Working to Reduce Disparities by Improving Access to Care (Session 75)

Progress of a Learning Network: Working to Reduce Disparities by Improving Access to Care (PowerPoint® File, 6.2 MB; Web Version)
Sherry E. Gray, St. Vincent Health

Asthma Outcomes Pathway (PowerPoint® File, 2.9 MB; Web Version)
Lori Palensky, Saint Elizabeth Foundation

Progress of a Learning Network: Working to Reduce Disparities by Improving Access to Care (PowerPoint® File, 447 KB; Web Version)
Jim Walton, Baylor Health Care System

Helping Michigan Parolees with Medical Needs—MPRI Re-entry (PowerPoint® File, 5.7 MB; Web Version)
Vondie M. Woodbury, Muskegon Community Health Project

USPSTF: Potential Impact on Medicare Coverage (Session 27)

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force: Potential Impact on Medicare Coverage (PowerPoint® File, 196 KB; Web Version)
Ned Calonge, Chair, U.S. Preventive Services Task Force

Targeting Prevention to Evidence Based, High Impact Interventions in Medicare (PowerPoint® File, 656 KB; Web Version)
George Isham, HealthPartners, Inc.

Medicare Preventive Services (PowerPoint® File, 316 KB; Web Version)
Marcel Salive, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services/Coverage & Analysis Group

Mental Health and Substance Abuse Care in Community Hospitals (Session 59)

Psychiatric Care in General Hospitals With and Without Psychiatric Units: How Much and for Whom?  (PowerPoint® File, 3.9 MB; Web Version)
Tami L. Mark, Thomson Reuters
Elizabeth Stranges, Thomson Reuters
Rita Vandivort-Warren, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, DHHS
Carol Stocks,
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Pamela Owens, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Building Patient and Consumer Awareness: Achieving Maximum Exposure (Session 120)

Building Patient and Consumer Awareness to Influence Behavior Change (PowerPoint® File, 7.7 MB; Web Version)
Allan Lazar, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Kathy Crosby, The Advertising Council
Ellen Crown, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Farah Englert, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Improving Preventive Health Care: Success Stories (Session 28)

Improving Preventive Health Care Success Stories: USPSTF and ePSS at San Francisco General Hospital (PowerPoint® File, 6.9 MB; Web Version)
Alice Chen, University of California, San Francisco

myhealthfinder: Making USPSTF Recommendations Accessible to the Public (PowerPoint® File, 6.4 MB; Web Version)
Sandra Williams Hilfiker, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

GE's Healthy Worksite Initiative & NBGH Purchaser's Guide Employer Toolkit (PowerPoint® File, 7.4 MB; Web Version)
Adam Malinoski, General Electric Company
Mark Russo, General Electric Company

Generating Quality Headlines in a Change Environment: Media Attention That Leads to Increased Awareness (Session 130)

Generating Quality Headlines in a Changed Environment: Media Attention That Leads to Increased Awareness (PowerPoint® File, 1.8 MB; Web Version)
Karen J. Migdail, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Bruce T. Seeman, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Disparities in Health Care: Issues for National Reporting (Session 2)

Race, Ethnicity, and Language Data Collection: Comments on the IOM Report (PowerPoint® File, 204 KB; Web Version)
Cara James, Kaiser Family Foundation

Advising the Nation. Improving Health. (PowerPoint® File, 3.8 MB; Web Version)
David R. Nerenz, Henry Ford Health System

Disparities in Health Care: Issues for National Reporting (PowerPoint® File, 528 KB; Web Version)
Kalahn Taylor-Clark, The Brookings Institution

AHRQ's Role in the Patient-Centered Medical Home (Session 35)

David Meyers, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Are Electronic Health Records Enough for Population Health? A Panel Discussion (Session 111)

Population Health and EHRs: Seeing the Forest for the Trees (PowerPoint® File, 1.9 MB; Web Version)
Aneel Advani, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Are EHR's enough for population health? (PowerPoint® File, 1.6 MB; Web Version)
Lisa Dolan-Branton, Indian Health Service

Seeing the forest (Population Health) from the trees (EHR) (PowerPoint® File, 113 KB; Web Version)
Terry McGeeney, TransforMED

Meaningful Use (PowerPoint® File, 2.9 MB; Web Version)
Micky Tripathi, Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative

So You're Doing Quality and Safety Improvement: How Can You Tell Whether It's Working? (Session 39)

Building a Patient Safety Mentor Program (PowerPoint® File, 848 KB; Web Version)
Michele Campbell, Christiana Care Health System

Brian Mittman, Center for Implementation Practice and Research Support 

Debra J. Rog, Westat 

Matthew C. Stiefel, Kaiser Permanente 

Experiences in Patient-Centered Care: Improving Coordination and Communication Among Patients and Providers (Session 110)

Incorporating An Electronic Asthma Action Plan (E-AAP) Into An Electronic Health Record -Or-Bringing Clinical Guidelines To The Point Of Care (PowerPoint® File, 388 KB; Web Version)
Gail M Brottman MD, Hennepin County Medical Center
Yiscah Bracha, Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation

Matthew Holt, The Health Care Blog

Provider Perspectives on Information & Communication Technologies in Patient-Centered Care Redesign (PowerPoint® File, 124 KB; Web Version)
James Tufano, University of Washington School of Medicine

Tailored SMS-Based Intervention for People Living with HIV: Proof-of-Concept (PowerPoint® File, 1.3 MB; Web Version)
Jennifer Uhrig, RTI International

Dual Eligibles with Mental Disorders and Medicare Part D: How are They Faring? (PowerPoint® File, 850 KB; Web Version)
Julie Donohue, University of Pittsburgh
Haiden Huskamp, Harvard Medical School

Sam Zuvekas, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Innovative and Inexpensive Approaches to Health Research on Women and Disadvantaged Populations: California Virtual and Population-Based Laboratories (Session 124)

The California Right Care Initiative (PowerPoint® File, 841 KB; Web Version)
Robert M. Kaplan, University of California, Los Angeles School of Public Health

Innovative and Inexpensive Approaches to Health Research on Women and Disadvantaged Populations (PowerPoint® File, 378 KB; Web Version)
Carol Mangione, David Geffen School of Medicine at University of California, Los Angeles

Research to Reform—Achieving Health System Change (PowerPoint® File, 223 KB; Web Version)
Sam Ho, UnitedHealthCare

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Current as of December 2009
Internet Citation: 2009 Conference Track D: Improving Americans' Health Status. December 2009. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/news/events/conference/2009/track-d.html