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Expanded Program:  Focused on the medical neighborhood

Educational Tracks:  To better tailor your conference experience, the program has been organized into five tracks:
  • Achieving PCMH Recognition
  • Medical Neighborhood
  • PCMH Optimization
  • Special Populations
  • Technology/Health IT 
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Sunday, October 9 • 1:35pm - 2:35pm
Getting Started in Your Neighborhood: Piloting Community Health Teams through a Multi-Payer Approach

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During this session, primary care practices will learn how they can get started with forming a medical neighborhood – extending clinical services beyond their office settings – by forming a community health team that can deliver behavioral health and social support services to assist patients with high-cost, complex care needs. The Care Transformation Collaborative of Rhode Island (CTC-RI) used a multi-payer approach to pilot and evaluate community heath teams in two diverse geographic neighborhoods and will offer practical guidance, tools and "lessons learned". Participants will learn an initial approach to building an extended team that functions as an extension of the neighborhood’s primary care practices, and realize directional improvement in reducing costs of care and improving the provision of holistic care.

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Susanne Campbell, RN, MS, PCMH CCE

Senior Project Director, Care Transformation Collaborative of Rhode Island
Susanne Campbell RN MS   received her Master in Gerontology Nursing from the University of Rochester, her Masters in Health Service Administration from Salve Regina University and her BSN from Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, NY.   Susanne has a broad range of clinical and administrative experiences in outpatient primary care practices, community health centers, home care, long term care and providing assisted living... Read More →
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Roberta Goldman, PhD

Clinical Professor of Family Medicine, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, Medical Anthropologist, Care New England Health System
Roberta E. Goldman, PhD, is a cultural anthropologist and Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University where she is Director of Community-Participatory Research at the Brown Center for Primary Care and Prevention, and Director of the Scholarly Development Program in the Brown family medicine residency.  She is also Adjunct Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Harvard T.H. Chan... Read More →

Scott Hewitt, MA

Teaching Assistant, Brown University, Project Manager, Blackstone Valley Community Healthcare, Inc.
Scott Hewitt works closely with primary care practices undergoing PCMH transformation as part of the Rhode Island Care Transformation Collaborative, the state’s multi-payer funded patient centered medical home initiative. Scott manages one of two pilot community health teams funded by the initiative and provides PCMH practice transformation facilitation support through the Brown Primary Care Transformation Initiative. Scott graduated with a... Read More →

Sunday October 9, 2016 1:35pm - 2:35pm

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