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The Path Forward: Collaboration and Resources

Weitzman Institute Webinar series: The Digital Transformation in Social Determinants of Health

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Community Health Center Inc. and its Weitzman Institute are excited to announce its new series:

The Path Forward: The Digital Transformation in Social Determinants of Health
Moving from Screening to Solving for Social Needs

While the webinar series will include the latest research, its primary focus will be concrete, actionable solutions that solve for social needs that result from adverse SDoH. It will do this by surfacing innovators and disruptors working in the SDoH/social needs field – specifically, companies that are creating new, evidenced-based products rooted in the efficient use of the latest technology, AI and data.

Federal Activities and Approaches to Advance Social Determinants of Health Data Use and Interoperability in Support of Community Health Centers

HITEQ Highlights Webinar

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Health centers now report on social determinant of health screening activities and many use the PRAPARE tool for this purpose; for years, however, health centers have focused on the broader health and social needs of the individuals they serve often making referrals to community based organizations and utilizing available enabling services. Today, there is growing interest and awareness on the value and use of interoperable social determinants of health (SDoH) data to support individual, community, and population level health improvement. Join this HITEQ Center webinar, where the The Health and Human Services, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT will present on the current state of federal activities and standards based approaches for collecting, sharing, and using SDoH data with a focus on technical and policy considerations. The presentation will describe available standards, tools, and initiatives for health center use and input.

Weitzman ECHO Series on COVID-19

Weitzman Institute Webinar

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Join our interactive learning series led by multiple experts and practitioners to discuss emergency preparedness, operations, and clinical care during COVID-19.
These sessions are designed for primary care practitioners & care teams.

We will continue to extend the series as the pandemic continues.

You can view our previous sessions slides and recordings at
https://www.weitzmanlearning.org/coronavirus/1590-2/

Recordings and slides will be made available after the live session.

Weitzman ECHO Series on COVID-19

Weitzman Institute Webinar

Molly Rafferty 0 105

Join our interactive learning series led by multiple experts and practitioners to discuss emergency preparedness, operations, and clinical care during COVID-19.
These sessions are designed for primary care practitioners & care teams.

We will continue to extend the series as the pandemic continues.

You can view our previous sessions slides and recordings at
https://www.weitzmanlearning.org/coronavirus/1590-2/

Recordings and slides will be made available after the live session.

The Path Forward: Transportation

Weitzman Institute Webinar Series: The Digital Transformation in Social Determinants of Health

Molly Rafferty 0 501

Community Health Center Inc. and its Weitzman Institute are excited to announce its new series:

The Path Forward: The Digital Transformation in Social Determinants of Health
Moving from Screening to Solving for Social Needs

While the webinar series will include the latest research, its primary focus will be concrete, actionable solutions that solve for social needs that result from adverse SDoH. It will do this by surfacing innovators and disruptors working in the SDoH/social needs field – specifically, companies that are creating new, evidenced-based products rooted in the efficient use of the latest technology, AI and data.

Addressing Interpersonal Violence and Human Trafficking in the Health Center Setting

HITEQ Highlights Webinar

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The coronavirus pandemic and consequent stay-at-home orders may increase danger for those at risk for or experiencing intimate partner violence and human trafficking (IPV/HT). Due to COVID-19, many health centers have shifted health encounters to virtual platforms, which offer unique opportunities to provide trauma-informed care and connect in new ways with those who may be experiencing abuse. Yet, telehealth and virtual visits also present health centers with new challenges related to privacy, safety and digital health equity. Given these changes in care delivery — and the inclusion of new Uniform Data System (UDS) data elements to capture IPV/HT diagnoses and services — health centers need information about how to identify and support patients at risk for or experiencing IPV/HT and leverage their health IT to provide and document care appropriately. In this webinar, presenters from the HITEQ Center and Futures Without Violence will:

--Describe how health centers can implement an evidence-based, trauma-informed intervention for IPV/HT called CUES during virtual or in-person visits

--Review the newly included UDS data elements designed to capture IPV/HT diagnoses and services taking place within health centers

--Outline key considerations around privacy, safety, and equity for providing care through virtual platforms to patients at risk for or experiencing IPV/HT

--Feature promising strategies from health centers that have explored how to utilize health IT to support quality clinical care and data collection for IPV/HT

Weitzman ECHO Series on COVID-19

Weitzman Institute Webinar

Molly Rafferty 0 123

Join our interactive learning series led by multiple experts and practitioners to discuss emergency preparedness, operations, and clinical care during COVID-19.
These sessions are designed for primary care practitioners & care teams.

We will continue to extend the series as the pandemic continues.

You can view our previous sessions slides and recordings at
https://www.weitzmanlearning.org/coronavirus/1590-2/

Recordings and slides will be made available after the live session.

Weitzman ECHO Series on COVID-19

Weitzman Institute Webinar

Molly Rafferty 0 107

Join our interactive learning series led by multiple experts and practitioners to discuss emergency preparedness, operations, and clinical care during COVID-19.
These sessions are designed for primary care practitioners & care teams.

We will continue to extend the series as the pandemic continues.

You can view our previous sessions slides and recordings at
https://www.weitzmanlearning.org/coronavirus/1590-2/

Recordings and slides will be made available after the live session.

Weitzman ECHO Series on COVID-19

Weitzman Institute Webinar

Molly Rafferty 0 152

Join our interactive learning series led by multiple experts and practitioners to discuss emergency preparedness, operations, and clinical care during COVID-19.
These sessions are designed for primary care practitioners & care teams.

We will continue to extend the series as the pandemic continues.

You can view our previous sessions slides and recordings at
https://www.weitzmanlearning.org/coronavirus/1590-2/

Recordings and slides will be made available after the live session.

Telehealth Hack: Technology and ADA Compliance - Building Accessible Telehealth for Patients with Disabilities from the Ground Up

NCTRC Telehack October Series

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*This webinar will be providing Closed Captioning and American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters. Please contact nctrc@cchpca.org by 10/14/2020 for additional requests.

Hosted by:
National Consortium of Telehealth Resource Centers

Didactic:
Federal Legal Considerations for Accessible Telehealth for Individuals With Disabilities
Alyse Bass, JD, Clarette Yen, JD - U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Disability Rights Section

Case Study #1:
COVID-19’s Impact on Deaf and Hard of Hearing Patients- Identify the Barriers and Solutions to Address Them
Michael McKee, MD, MPH - The University of Michigan/Michigan Medicine, Department of Family Medicine

The Deaf Health Clinic, housed in the Department of Family Medicine, cares for over 150 Deaf signers and a much larger population of those who are hard of hearing. Mandatory virtual care for everyone created significant communication challenges for the 17% of US adults who are Deaf and hard of hearing (DHH). To address these challenges, Michigan Medicine/Department of Family Medicine in collaboration with the interpreter department, created a variety of protocols for both in person and telehealth appointments for DHH patients.

Case Study #2:
Increasing Reach and Accessibility of Telehealth Services for Children with Disabilities during COVID-19 and Beyond
Jason Jent, PhD - The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Mailman Center for Child Development

The Mailman Center for Child Development provides services to over 15,000 children per year through a variety of assessment, prevention, and intervention services designed to address concerns of individuals with developmental disabilities and children with special health care needs. Within this case study, telehealth services will be highlighted as an effective mechanism for increasing reach of parenting interventions, neurodevelopmental evaluations, assistive services and technology use, and hearing programs for children with disabilities.

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