HealthLeaders Media LIVE at Southcentral Foundation: Community-Owned Population Health

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Redesign cost-effective primary care through behavioral health integration.

Hosted by Southcentral Foundation, Anchorage, Alaska.

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Pubcode: HMK07132016
Price: $499
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HealthLeaders Media LIVE at Southcentral Foundation: Community-Owned Population Health

Redesign cost-effective primary care through behavioral health integration

Presented on: July 13, 2016 

On-demand versions of your HLM Live eConference can be accessed immediately within your HealthLeaders Media store account.

Cost-effective population health strategies are a hot commodity in today’s changing health care environment. Organizations are looking for ways to truly engage their community and provide a proactive approach to medicine, but that often comes with a high price tag. Southcentral Foundation, in Anchorage, Alaska, has developed an integrated health care system providing medical, dental, behavioral, traditional and health care support services to more than 65,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people in Anchorage, Mat-Su Borough and 55 rural villages – and is influencing health systems across the country with their culture transforming approach.

By engaging patients in all aspects of care, Southcentral Foundation is able to keep close tabs on their patients – or ‘customer-owners’ as they are referred to, and form open and trusting relationships with these individuals – which leads to changing from a reactive system to a proactive system. Southcentral Foundation’s unique Nuka System of Care is a relationship-based set of organizational strategies, based on the Alaska Native word used for strong, giant structures and living things. This system of care redesigned all five key work systems, including workforce development, compliance, human resources and finance, to create an organization that has the entire team mapped toward the same goal – creating a better outcome for the patient.

Use this three hour deep-dive presentation to hear from leaders at Southcentral Foundation about how they created this unique system which has led to 93 percent customer-owner satisfaction, 23 percent reduction in ER visits 2008-2015, 25 percent reduction in primary care visits 2008-2015, and the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award in 2011.

In this exclusive on-demand program, you’ll discover:

  • How to truly integrate primary care with behavioral health with use of trained behavioral health consultants.
  • Provide opportunities for patients and the community to connect and build relationships through small group “Learning Circles.”
  • Going beyond patient engagement to create a true sense of community ownership through a set of operational principles that spell out R-E-L-A-T-I-O-N-S-H-I-P-S

HealthLeaders Media LIVE at Southcentral Foundation: Community-Owned Population Health

Redesign cost-effective primary care through behavioral health integration

Presented on July 13, 2016
Hosted by: Southcentral Foundation


Learning Objectives

In this exclusive on-demand program, you’ll discover:

  • How to truly integrate primary care with behavioral health with use of trained behavioral health consultants.
  • Provide opportunities for patients and the community to connect and build relationships through small group “Learning Circles.”
  • Going beyond patient engagement to create a true sense of community ownership through a set of operational principles that spell out R-E-L-A-T-I-O-N-S-H-I-P-S

Speakers

Panelists:

  • Katherine Gottlieb, President/CEO 
  • Douglas Eby, MD, Vice President of Medical Services 
  • Kevin Gottlieb, DDS, Vice President of Resource and Development/Chief of Staff 
  • April Kyle, Vice President of Behavioral Services 
  • Ileen Sylvester, MBA, Vice President of Executive and Tribal Services 
  • Michelle Tierney, PhD, Vice President of Organizational Development and Innovation 
  • KJ Worbey, Clinical Director of Quality Assurance
  • Shane Coleman, MD, MPH, Division Medical Director, Behavioral Services
  • Michelle Baker, Division Operational Director, Behavioral Services

About the Host

Southcentral Foundation (SCF) is an Alaska Native health care organization established under the tribal authority of Cook Inlet Region Inc. (CIRI) in 1982 to improve the health and social conditions of Alaska Native people. SCF has grown from a single dental clinic to an internationally recognized, award-winning health care organization employing over 2,000 people and managing more than 80 health care programs and services to serve 65,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people in Anchorage, Mat-Su Borough and 55 rural villages in the Anchorage Service Unit. Additionally, since 1999, SCF has jointly owned and managed the Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC) with the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium. SCF’s Nuka System of Care has earned the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award and other national and international recognitions for performance excellence and innovation. 

To learn more, visit www.southcentralfoundation.com