Join Sue Lachenmayr, Amy MacNulty, and Pam Piering to learn how state agencies and community-based organizations can play an integral role in the new approaches to delivering health care. They feature strategies and opportunities to align the delivery of evidence-based health promotion programs with the goals of health systems and providers to achieve better health, better quality, and lower costs.
Connecting patients to evidence-based programs is an effective strategy that serves clinics, community-based organizations, and especially patients. Join Christine Katzenmeyer and Lynnzy McIntosh of the Consortium for Older Adult Wellness in Colorado for an upbeat and informative presentation to learn how to align clinical, community, and health reform goals. Seeking more information on Patient Centered Medical Home transformation and how it applies to your organization? Then this webinar is for you!
Leaders from the aging network share evidence-based programs that empower older adults to manage their depression and improve their quality of life. Two programs that meet the Administration on Aging’s highest criteria for evidence-based programming are highlighted—Healthy IDEAS (Identifying Depression, Empowering Activities f or Seniors) and PEARLS (Program to Encourage Active, Rewarding Lives).