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.
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:
|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|