The Power of Rural and Diabetes Bootcamp Agenda with Session Descriptions
May 16, 2018
Keynote: Leadership Development
Brian and team work closely with health care organizations on several continents to achieve breakthrough results in improving patient experience and staff engagement.
Naloxone Training 101
Learn the legal and clinical steps in prescribing and dispensing naloxone. This session covers the barriers, identifying potential patients, the different forms of naloxone and the billing and insurance component.
Buffet Lunch Hosted by Wyoming Health Resources Network
Medicity will speak about the current status of Wyoming’s Health Information Exchange while attendees enjoy the lunch provided by Wyoming Health Resources Network.
Operational- Adverse Drug Events
Discover the estimated rates and trends of anticoagulant, diabetic, and opioid adverse drug events currently happening in Wyoming, and the tools, processes and policies that can address them.
Quality- Behavioral Health Integration into Primary Care
Learn where behavioral health and primary care intersect and the opportunities it presents to tackle major problems like the opioid epidemic. This session assesses techniques for treating chronic pain and opioid overuse, and provides a review of the utility of behavioral health practitioners providing physician support through modeling critical conversations and shared care planning will also be covered.
Partnership- Story Telling in Prevention
Storytelling in Health Care has both internal and external applications and has been leveraged to inspire employees, lend a voice and perspective to health policy toward achieving health equity as well as play a role in marketing. This session will cover different approaches to storytelling, best practices and how to protect your organization and employees from making avoidable mistakes.
Operational- 340B Regulation
This is the first of a two-part conference session that does a deep dive into 340 B Manual updates, environmental factors affecting the program and maintaining compliance.
Quality- Social Determinants of Health
Social determinants are social & environmental circumstances shaped by history, policies, money, power, and resources. This session zeroes in on how to apply a Multicultural Social Justice Approach when addressing the Social Determinants of Health.
This session provides understanding of what is referred to as the three component (prongs) of telehealth; clinical, educational and administrative. Several case examples will be reviewed to illustrate the ways in which providers within Cheyenne Regional have made telehealth part of their practice.
Half-hour Break with Office Hours Available
Operational- 340B Regulation (Part 2)
This is the second part of a two-part conference session that does a deep dive into 340 B Manual updates, environmental factors affecting the program and maintaining compliance.
Quality- Implicit Bias
Implicit bias are the attitudes that unconsciously impact our understanding, the way we think and make decisions as well as the actions we take. The presence of implicit bias has been linked to lower quality of care in a healthcare setting. This session raises awareness about the origins and affects of white racial implicit bias regarding people of color and provides suggestions on what can be done to minimize implicit bias within your organization.
Partnership- Health Provider Shortage Areas (HPSA) Scores
An organization’s HPSA score can determine their eligibility for several federal and state programs. This session covers the status of processing federal shortage designations in the state, and the recent changes to the federal process for submitting and scoring designations. Attendees will also be exposed to the underlying provider and Medicaid claims data can be used to inform analysis of access to primary care services and identification of areas of need more broadly.
End of Day 1
The Power of Rural and Diabetes Bootcamp Agenda with Session Descriptions
May 17, 2018
Registration with Breakfast Provided
Operational- Medicare Beneficiary QI Program Data
Get an overview of the Medicare Rural Hospital Flex Program and better understand how the Medicare Beneficiary Quality Improvement Project works.
Quality- Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Standards
This is the first of a two-part conference session. The CLAS Standards were established in 2000 by the Office of Minority Health within HHS. In 2013, enhanced standards were released to establish a blueprint for health and health care organizations to advance health equity, improve quality, and help eliminate health disparities. This session will provide a review of each CLAS Standard with special emphasis on those that are mandated, and specific strategies to implement a culturally competent organization to enhance on-going staff training efforts.
Partnerships in Prevention
This session features a panel of speaker who will discuss the role and value of partnerships in preventing disease. They will also cover ways to identify opportunities to forge partnerships in Wyoming. Attendees will be able to pose questions to the panel which will be incorporated into the discussion to facilitate shared experiences and ideas.
Half-hour Break for hotel check out
Operational- Medicare Beneficiary QI Program Data (Part 2)
Part 2 of the overview of the Medicare Rural Hospital Flex Program that will help you better understand how the Medicare Beneficiary Quality Improvement Project works.
Quality- Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Standards (Part 2)
This is the second half of a two-part conference session. The CLAS Standards were established in 2000 by the Office of Minority Health within HHS. In 2013, enhanced standards were released to establish a blueprint for health and health care organizations to advance health equity, improve quality, and help eliminate health disparities. This session will provide a review of each CLAS Standard with special emphasis on those that are mandated, and specific strategies to implement a culturally competent organization to enhance on-going staff training efforts.
Partnership- New Diabetes Guidelines
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Lunch with closing presentation, remarks and doorprizes
Closing Presentation – Matt Jones will be providing strategies he personally used to overcome insurmountable odds that are backed up with validated scientific research from the field of Positive Psychology. Matt shares practical psychological tools for success that your attendees can use instantly in a simple step-by-step action plan to stay motivated and achieve success in overcoming adversity.
End of Day 2 Rural Health Conference
Diabetes Bootcamp Begins
Module 1 - Diabetes Basics
Dr. Tom Repas, FACE will identify criteria for the diagnosis of Pre-diabetes and Diabetes and Gestational Diabetes.
Module 2 - The Role of Hypertension in Diabetes
Dian True, RN, MA, CDE, FAADE will identify the role of Hypertension in Diabetes; New criteria
15 Minute Break
Module 3 - Medication Options for Diabetes
Dr. Tom Repas, FACE will identify medication options for treating diabetes.
Module 4 - Leading Edge Nutrition in Diabetes & Hypertension
Maureen Molinari, RDN, CDE, PhD. will identify components of lower carbohydrate meals and how to keep a count of carbohydrate intake.
Target Audience: These live activities are designed for clinicians, registered nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, certified educators and all levels of health care professionals that care for clients and families living with Diabetes and Hypertension.
Learner Outcome: Upon completion of this program, participants will have the tools and knowledge of the current guidelines to enhance patient-centered outcomes.
All modules are based on the American Diabetes Association, American Academy of Clinical Endocrinology, American Heart Association and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics guidelines and recommendations.
Visit their web sites for further review- www.diabetes.org; www.aace.com; www.heart.org; www.eatright.org
WyADE: Has received category 1 CMEs for these modules; Each separate module will award 1 contact hour of continuing education.
Planners: Disclose no conflict of interest relative to this educational activity. Faculty/Presenters/ Authors/ Content/ Reviewers disclose no conflict of interest relative to this educational activity.
Requirements for Successful Completion: For successful completion, participants are required to be in attendance for each module session activity, complete and submit the program evaluation at the conclusion of the educational event. You may attend all or selected sessions.
End of Diabetes Bootcamp