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L.A. Care Health Plan
Effective use of patient experience surveys to improve quality of services in health plans, agencies, and group practices--Fee: $300
Overview: Effective use of patient experience surveys in quality improvement
A. Fundamentals of continuous quality improvement (CQI)
B. Barriers and bridges to using patients' ratings on surveys to improve health care service quality
C. Options for increasing information bandwidth from patient experience surveys
D. Analytic and reporting tools in decision-support for improving quality of health care services
E. Analytic and assessment skills for implementing a patient experience survey program for decision support
F. Communication skills for applying survey findings in decision processes within a health care organization
G. Class exercise: “CQI Packet” -- identifying strengths and weaknesses in applied work-plans for evidence-driven quality improvement
H. Class exercise: “CQI Packet” continued – implementation, evaluation, and transition to an ongoing quality improvement program
I. Patient surveys for quality assessment: Review of insights and best practices
Gauging patience among patients: Integrating qualitative and quantitative measures to determine wait-day thresholds at which patients in a large urban Medicaid health plan, judge delays in access to be excessive
Words to the wise patient: Measuring effects of doctors' instructions about diet, nutrition and exercise on patients' health literacy, self-reported health status, and ratings of care quality, among low-income patients in a large and diverse Medicaid health plan, 2011-2014
To EHR is human: Impact of health information technology on patient-doctor communication in clinics serving low-income populations in a large and diverse Medicaid health plan
Overcoming barriers to perinatal care in Medicaid populations: The Healthy Mom postpartum program
Mending the net: Factors determining patient retention and continuity of care in Safety Net clinics serving immigrant populations in a large and diverse Medicaid health plan
Increasing Asian language interpreting services utilization through video education in Medicaid Managed Care
La Salle University School of Nursing and Health Sciences
Lao American Organization of Elgin
Latino Health Organization
Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, University of Toronto
Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department
Learning Care Group – representing Let’s Move! Child Care
Lenox Hill Hospital, North Shore – LIJ Health System
Lenox Hospital, Hofstra/North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine
Let it Ripple: Mobile Films for Global Change (501c3)
Lillie's Care Circle
Little Village Environmental Justice Organization (LVEJO)
Local Initiatives Support Corporation
Loma Linda University
Recent Findings in Cancer Epidemiology
Cesarean sections and delayed closure increase the risk of sepsis and length of stay in neonates with gastroschisis
Empowering young cooks for healthy lives: An after-school club
Asthma and mental health among veterans: Implications for integrated care policies
Chronic Disease Management using Integrative, Complementary and Traditional Health Practices
Childhood Obesity in Epidemiological Research
First results from a new National Cohort - Investigating Associations between Health Behaviors, Socio-Cultural Context, Obesity and Health Outcomes in School Children
Special Session: Impact of the Great Recession on Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke Mortality and Psychological Illness: Effects of Unemployment, Income and Health Expenditures”
Effects of public health workforce training on knowledge, perceptions and intention to address health disparities
Antiretroviral Adherence Behavior among Reproductive Age Malawian Women
Acculturation and Breast Cancer Screening among African Immigrant Women
In Their Shoes - a Poverty Simulation
Data Assesment and Management, Biostatistics and Statistical Methods in Epidemiological Research
Interconnection between Paternal Mental Health Status and Spousal Interaction: Implications upon Family Health
Climate Mitigation by Dietary Choices: The Carbon Footprint of Tofu
Delayed antenatal care attendance: Are providers part of the problem?
Clostridium difficile infection among men: Implications for improved infection control policies
Forming Strategic Partnerships for Change in an Environmental Justice Community: ENRRICH Study
Impact of Know Your Numbers Program on the Knowledge, Health Behaviors, and Well-being of Low-Income, Underinsured, and Uninsured Latino Participants in San Bernardino County
Determinants of low health literacy among Asian American and Pacific Islanders
Burden of urinary tract infection on patient and hospital outcomes of renal transplant recipients
Evaluating the effectiveness of an educational program aimed at improving healthy decisions among Native youth
Acculturation and Breast Cancer Screening among African Immigrant Women in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area
Exploring geographic patterns for changes in mammography screening of African American Medicare enrollees
Using the Power of Theater to Engage Children in an Environmental Justice Community
Using CPBR to explore breast cancer risk due to hair product usage among African American Women
Delayed closure increases the risk of sepsis and length of stay in neonates with gastroschisis
Heart Rate Variability in Cancer Survivors Post 13-Week Exercise Intervention
Are the hair products used by Black women in the Inland Empire increasing their risk for developing breast cancer? A Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) Approach
Implementing a Community-Based Participatory Project: Lessons Learned from the Hand Washing Education, Tippy Tap and Community Prioritization Project in Peru
Prostate cancer knowledge in African American men following physician consultations: Am I clear on what the doctor ordered?
Community health workers in Ebola prevention
Cesarean sections increase the risk of sepsis in neonates with gastroschisis
Understanding the Experience of Prostate Cancer Screening Decision Making of Heterosexual Caribbean American and African American Men and their Partners
Loma Linda University School of Public Health and Cancer Registry of Greater California
Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, Georgetown University Medical Center
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
Creating a culture of community, health and safety at parks
Team-based care and clinical quality improvement initiatives: Implementation of a Clinical Pathway (CPW) Model for the evaluation and management of childhood obesity in Primary Care Safety-Net Clinics in Los Angeles County
Title: Applying an expanded definition to incidents of murder-suicide using CalEVDRS Data
Investment in Team Care Approaches to Improve Access to Clinical Preventive Services in Los Angeles County, 2011-2014
Examining gaps in knowledge of social determinants of health at the community level to inform policy, system, and environmental-change strategies seeking to ameliorate chronic disease risk in underserved populations, Los Angeles County, 2013
Los Angeles County's Bicycle and Pedestrian Count Program: Advocating to Support Investments in Walking and Bicycling
From Restaurants to Childcare to Local Businesses - Assessing the Food Environment
Making the Connections: Delivering Nutrition and Wellness Resources to Early Care Providers
Fostering healthier built environments through direct funding: Lessons learned from Los Angeles County
Identifying Ways to Effectively Work across Sectors: Establishing and Implementing a “Health in All Policies” Framework in Los Angeles County
Building capacity for Health in All Policies in Los Angeles County
Comparing characteristics of gang-related and other homicides in Los Angeles County from 2010-11 using CalEVDRS data
Public Health Impacts Associated with Changing Birth Trends in Los Angeles County Since 1990
Evaluation of Latent Tuberculosis Infection Screening in the Field Setting
Creating a coordinated school health learning community: Identifying opportunities for public health departments, schools and community organizations to work together to advance healthy and resilient youth
Long-term health and economic benefits of obesity prevention: Projections using simulation modeling
A Rapid Health Impact Assessment of Sustaining a Jail Diversion Program for Women with Felony Charges in Los Angeles County
Building a Local Policy Agenda for Communicable Disease Control: Identifying strategies and legal tools for prevention
Addressing the 2015 Measles Outbreak: The Legal Framework
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis and HIV
Use of Context Scans as a Tool to Inform Nutrition and Obesity Prevention Investments in Los Angeles County
Human Trafficking Health System Protocol Development: A Tale of Two Coasts
Substance use disorder (SUD) treatment outcomes among Assembly Bill 109 (AB 109) Post-Release Supervised Persons (PSPs) in Los Angeles County (LAC)
Healthy Policies Initiative Case Example: A City-wide Safe Routes to School Plan with the City of Cudahy
Prioritizing Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Efforts Using Spatial Analysis
Ideation versus Disclosed Intent: Using CalEVDRS data to track precipitating circumstances of suicides in Los Angeles County, 2010 - 2011
Is public support of policy, system, and environmental-change strategies to combat chronic disease higher among low socio-economic status residents in Los Angeles County? Results from a random-digit dial telephone survey, Los Angeles County, 2013
Applying the RE-AIM Framework to Evaluate Large-Scale Obesity Prevention Policy, Systems and Environmental Change Efforts in Los Angeles County
Scaling Up the National Diabetes Prevention Program through Clinical and Community Partnerships
Community perspectives on using school campuses for health and wellness activities: Findings from the Shared Use Agreement Community Survey
Rising Chronic Liver Disease-Related Mortality in the United States, 2000-2010
Ensuring the Competence of Licensed Clinical Professionals within the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
Syphilis Mortality on the Decline in the United States, 2000-2010
Assessing the hospital cafeteria environment and vending machines in the County of Los Angeles, 2015
Building Local Capacity to Increase HPV Vaccination among Adolescents in Los Angeles
Youth descriptions of mental health needs and experiences with school-based services: Identifying ways to better meet the needs of low-income adolescents
History of Incarceration and Mental Health Outcomes: Findings from the Los Angeles County Health Survey (LACHS)
Patient characteristics associated with high-risk dose of prescription opioids
Risk Factors of Hypertension among Adult Asians in Los Angeles County: Findings from Los Angeles County Health Survey
CX3 assessment revealed higher pricing of fruits and vegetables in low-income neighborhoods of Los Angeles County, 2013-2014
Awareness, use, and impacts of school shared-use agreements to promote physical activity among adults in Los Angeles County
Improving the Leadership Capacity of the Public Health Nursing Workforce
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP-Ed) activities to increase the accessibility of fruits and vegetables: Faith-based organizations
Assessing the Impact of SNAP-Ed Services on Health Behavior of Low-income Residents in Los Angeles County
Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP-Ed) activities to increase the accessibility of fruits and vegetables: Small grocery stores
Impact of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP-Ed) healthy food retail in-store nutrition education and marketing
Los Angeles County Public Health
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
Innovative Directions for Recognizing and Meeting the Needs of Young Children and Families (Organized in Collaboration with the Mental Health Section)
Benefits of Integrating Mental and Behavioral Health in Primary Care Clinics for Underserved Young Children and Families
Protective Value of Discussing Condom Use With Sex Partners: A Study of Young Black Males Attending STI Clinics in the Southern United States
Usage and Perceptions of PrEP Among Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) in New Orleans, 2014
Involved Citizen Project: A community based first aid training program
Pregnant Women's Worries Living in a Post-disaster Community
Acculturation and Excessive Alcohol Consumption among Mexican American Current Drinkers- Findings from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2001-2012
Innovative Directions for Recognizing and Meeting the Needs of Young Children and Families
Parental Influences on Sugar Sweetened Beverages intakes among Preschoolers in New Orleans
Acculturation and Diet Quality among Mexican American Adults in the U.S.: Findings from National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2001-2008
Why Tobacco Smoke Sucks: Content Analysis and Insights from a Last Minute Social Media Campaign
Growing Healthy Roots: A social marketing campaign to increase the amount of fruit and vegetable purchases in the Hollygrove neighborhood in New Orleans, Louisiana
Using a Beers Criteria Based Educational Intervention to Increase Practitioner's Knowledge and Confidence of Potentially Inappropriate Medication with Older Adults
Loyola University Chicago
Health in All Policies: A Regional Perspective from the Americas
An Assessment of Effective Training Programs for LGBTQ Undergraduate and Graduate Students: Implications for Affirming Educational Environments and Policy Factors in Allied Health
Role of school-based health care in integrating social-emotional learning as an alternative to suspension
Proviso Partners for Health: A Multi-sector Coalition Advancing Action on Obesity
Statewide Pediatric Disaster Planning: An Assessment of Critical Care Resources
Implementing Trauma- and Grief-Informed Assessment in Underserved Communities: Towards a Best Practice Assessment Model in Detroit
Gun Violence and its impact on Children: School based prevention strategies in Chicago
Improving chronic disease prevention and management: An inter-professional education initiative
Health and Social Support Determinants of Grit
Beyond the academic needs of young adults on the autism spectrum: The ethical and public health imperative of meeting the healthcare needs of adults with ASD and their caregivers
Innovative Programs to Reduce Out of School of School Suspensions
Proviso Partners for Health: School Wellness Policy Initiatives
Views of low income women seeking care at a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) regarding breast cancer risk assessment: A qualitative study
Strategies and Contents of Public Awareness Campaigns for Suicide Prevention: A Cross-National Comparative Study
School Wellness Strategies that Work: Achievable Outcomes That Benefit Underserved Children
Association between dietary phosphate, dietary calcium, and calcium to phosphate ratio on serum fibroblast growth factor-23 concentrations
Putting patients at the center: Educating students in a new model of primary health care
Building Interprofessional Competence in Health Care Providers through a Poverty Simulation
Loyola University of Chicago