Building Community-Based Solutions to Connect the Spectrum of Care
February 21, 2017 — 08:30AM EST - 09:30AM EST
Orange County Convention Center
Continuing Education Credits:
Gain insight from state leaders on the anticipated opportunities for expanded connectivity/interoperability across the spectrum of care – linking clinical, behavioral, public/population health and other non-health systems. The presenters will share state recommendations for creating nimble and adaptive systems that improve responsiveness and quality of care when addressing health crises such as environmental threats (lead), opioid crises, natural disasters e.g. Katrina, Joplin Mo. Tornado, etc.
Provide examples about the use of interoperability and information-sharing to address major public health crises (opioids, water, etc.)
Offer realistic, actionable recommendations based on an analysis of what is (or is not) working
Provide policy recommendations for government agencies at all levels, private organizations and nonprofits on health IT infrastructure needs to address public health crises