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Pre-Conference Session - Public Health in the Age of Health Care Reform: Improving Population Health Through Traditional and Non-Traditional Opportunities

  • 23 Apr 2015
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • The Sagamore Resort, Bolton Landing, NY

Registration

Presented by:  Richard Hamburg, Deputy Director of Trust for America's Health

 

Join us for NYSPHA's interactive pre-conference session to learn what roles hospitals, health care, health departments and the business community are doing to improve the health of the population.  Many traditional and non-traditional relationships are being built around the country, and investments are being made to address the social determinants of health through a variety of unexpected sources.  How can your agency get involved?  How do we find funding?  How do we capitalize on a rapidly-changing healthcare environment?

By attending this session participants will:

  • Learn how to best secure resources for improving population health, including chronic disease prevention
  • Learn about the latest funding opportunities and non-traditional public health partners
  • Gain a better understanding about opportunities for promoting population health in a reforming healthcare system
  • Hear stories highlighting the work hospitals around the U.S. are doing to promote population health

Who should attend:  Hospital and health plan staff and administrators, health insurance brokers, health department employees, community coalitions, health educators, health risk management professionals, public health students and professors.


3 CHES credits available

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