Track B: Developing New Patient Care Models

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So You Think You Can Coordinate Care? Prove It! (Session 28)

So You Think You Can Coordinate Care? Prove It! (PowerPoint® File, 300 KB; Web Version)
Carol VanDeusen Lukas, Department Veterans Affairs/ Boston University School of Public Health; Kathryn McDonald, Stanford University

Care Coordination Measures Atlas Project (PowerPoint® File, 809 KB; Web Version)
Kathryn McDonald, Stanford University

COordinating Referrals Effectively → CORE (PowerPoint® File, 200 KB; Web Version)
Carol VanDeusen Lukas, Department Veterans Affairs/ Boston University School of Public Health

Understanding Trends in Medical Care Costs: Analyzing the Impact of Changes in the Health Care System (Session 1)

Trends in the Pharmaceutical Treatment of Diabetes and Implications for Financial Burdens, 1997-2007 (PowerPoint® File, 1.8 MB; Web Version)
Eric Sarpong, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Improving Patient Flow in the Emergency Department: Approaches for Reducing Wait Times, Improving Care, and Enhancing Patient Satisfaction (Session 4)

Door to Doc (PowerPoint® File, 4.8 MB; Web Version)
Joseph Guarisco, Ochsner Health System

Mid-Track (PowerPoint® File, 1.2 MB; Web Version)
Jeffrey L. Margulies, Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center

Improving Patient Flow and Reducing Emergency Department Crowding An Evaluation of Interventions at Six Hospitals (PowerPoint® File, 656 KB; Web Version)
Megan McHugh, Health Research and Educational Trust

USPSTF Recommendations: Process and Impact on Real-World Provision of Care (Session 25)

Panel Discussion USPSTF Recommendations: Process and Impact on Real-World Provision of Care (PowerPoint® File, 120 KB; Web Version)
John Santa, Consumer Reports

Public Engagement in the Effective Health Care Program (PowerPoint® File, 1.4 MB; Web Version)
Jean Slutsky, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Achieving Greater Access to Health Care: Factors Associated With Access and Use of Medical Care Services (Session 3)

The Impact of National Health Reform on Adults with Mental Disorders (PowerPoint® File, 865 KB; Web Version)
Rachel L. Garfield, Judith R. Lave, and Julie Donohue, University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public Health; Samuel Zuvekas, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

What To Do First: Optimizing and Prioritizing Health Care for Complex Patients (Session 24)

Pathways and TEAMcare Studies (PowerPoint® File, 530 KB; Web Version)
Complex Medical Patients (PowerPoint® File, 595 KB; Web Version)
Wayne Katon, University of Washington

Understanding Trends in Health Insurance Coverage: Examining Coverage Strategies in Public and Private Programs (Session 2)

Marital Disruption and the Risk of Losing Health Insurance Coverage (PowerPoint® File, 350 KB; Web Version)
James Kirby, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

Laying the Groundwork for Pharmacy Quality Measurement: Results From the Evaluation of the PQA Phase I Demonstration Project (Session 21)

Laying the Groundwork for Pharmacy Quality Measurement (PowerPoint® File, 480 KB; Web Version)
Joyce McMahon, Center for Naval Analyses; Laura T. Pizzi, Jefferson School of Pharmacy; and Elizabeth Schaefer, Center for Naval Analyses

Policy and Practice: Update on CHIPRA Model Children's EHR Format (Session 60)

Track B: Update on CHIPRA Model Children's EHR Format (PowerPoint® File, 1.8 MB; Web Version)
Erin Grace, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; Jessica Pollak Kahn, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services; Scott Finley, Westat, Inc.

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Proceed to Track C: Strengthening Preventive Care and Reducing Health Disparities

Current as of December 2010
Internet Citation: Track B: Developing New Patient Care Models. December 2010. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/news/events/conference/2010/track-b.html