Statewide Learning Collaborative Summit – August 27-28, 2015

HHSC is hosting the 2015 Statewide Learning Collaborative Summit August 27-28, 2015. The event will take place at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center in Austin, Texas. Due to limited capacity, in-person attendance is restricted to DSRIP performing providers and invited guests.

HHSC has arranged for the Statewide Learning Collaborative Summit to be available for viewing on-line, in real time, in order to allow all interested individuals to watch the proceedings.  To access the Summit via webcast on August 27th and/or 28th, please click on the HHSC Webcast link: www.zodiacstudios.net/texas-health-and-human-services-commission.html. The webcast will only stream the sessions that are occurring in the Grand Ballroom.

For technical difficulties accessing the webcast, please send an e-mail to: TXHealthcareTransformation@HHSC.state.tx.us.

Agenda

RHP 6 will be well represented at this event. Bren Manaugh (Center for Health Care Services) will be a panelist during the panel session on “Alignment with Managed Care” on August 28th. Carol Huber will be a panelist during the “DSRIP Progress” session on August 27th and “Conducting Meaningful and Effective Program Evaluation” session on August 28th.

The following RHP 6 providers were invited to present posters:

Provider Project
The Center For Health Care Services In-house women’s wellness program
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Implement innovative evidence-based strategies to increase appropriate use of technology
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Increase, expand and enhance dental services
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Implement remote patient monitoring programs for diagnosis and /or management of care
San Antonio Metropolitan Health District Breastfeeding promotion program for childhood obesity prevention
San Antonio Metropolitan Health District Miles of Smiles (MOS)
Methodist Hospital Introduce, expand or enhance Telemedicine/Telehealth
The Center For Health Care Services Integrated primary care for substance abuse and HIV population

The following RHP 6 providers were recognized as “mentors” and invited to share best practices during break out sessions on August 27th:

Improving Primary Care Infrastructure 
Community health worker program to address health and social needs in a vulnerable population University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Primary Care – New Physician Recruitment & Community Health Worker Program Uvalde Memorial Hospital
Crisis Interventions for Behavioral Health Consumers 
Trauma informed care Hill Country Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Centers
Increasing Access to Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services
Transitional care upon hospital discharge University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Longitudinal diabetes and other chronic disease registries to improve patient outcomes University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Miles of Smiles (MOS) San Antonio Metropolitan Health District