Developing and Expressing Health Center Value

Friday, May 18, 2018: 8:30 AM-12:30 PM
Greenway D-G (Hyatt Regency Minneapolis)
With increased pressure, Health Care for the Homeless health centers are consistently asked to expand and enhance their services while demonstrating their value and impact throughout the communities they serve. While developing and describing health center value has always been a pertinent topic, renewed focus on a value-based health system has increased the emphasis on the need to illustrate overall health improvement in the populations they serve. As health centers continue to identify and consider innovative approaches to patient-centered care, they collect a multitude of information used to track performance and quality, benchmark performance, identify trends, and aid in strategic initiatives. During this session, stakeholders will share how you can utilize this data to further define and develop your own value propositions, offering unique approaches, strategies, and best practices to make your health center data work for you, while meeting regulatory, quality, and programmatic requirements.
Brett Poe (Research Associate, National Health Care for the Homeless Council)
Alaina Boyer, PhD (Director of Research, National Health Care for the Homeless Council)
Jonathan Chapman (Director, Community Health Center Advisory Services, Capital Link)
Jillian Maccini, MBA (Quality Improvement Lead, HITEQ Center)
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