NJNI’s 7th Annual Meeting
April 8, 2016
Location: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, NJ
Program: 9:00am – 3:15pm
We are pleased to announce NJNI’s 7th Annual Meeting: DEVELOPING NEW SKILLSETS FOR POPULATION HEALTH, in partnership with NJHI and NJAC, Friday, April 8th, from 9:00am – 3:15pm at RWJF in Princeton, NJ. This year’s annual meeting has been designed to build new skillsets that will advance population health. Participants will develop insight around using analytics to identify and track high resource utilizers, incorporate reliability principals to improve outcomes and apply MAP-IT tools to improve the health of populations.
– Len Terranova, Chief Strategy & Information Officer, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
– Margaret Hawthorne, Associate Director, Planning and Performance Improvement, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
– Victor Murray, Program Manager, Care Management Initiatives, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers
– Fran Griffin, RRT, MPA, Owner, Fran Griffin & Associates; Senior Advisor, Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation
– Elizabeth Daniels, PhD, RN, Consultant/Liaison, Quad Council of Public Health Nursing Organizations
– Katherine M. Wilson, PHD, MPH, Dissemination and Implementation Team Lead, Office of Public Health Scientific Services.
- Describe patient engagement approach, philosophy, tools and team structure that facilitates the formation of “Authentic Healing Relationships” for patients with frequent hospitalizations
- Explain the role of data in identifying, fostering, and sustaining an ‘Authentic Healing Relationship’
- Differentiate between sources of evidence for practice from current literature and systematic reviews which focus on prevention and population health.
- Illustrate how The Community Guide and potential community implementation partners may be used to identify evidence to support health in communities at risk for poor health outcomes
- Examine the characteristics of high reliability organizations including strategies and activities that support high reliability in healthcare