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LowerNYS-FRONTIERS Beyond Reform and Rebound: Frontiers for Rethinking and Redirecting Health Systems Performance


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Bobby Milstein, PhD, MPH delivered a lecture entitled “Beyond Reform and Rebound: Frontiers for Rethinking and Redirecting Health Systems Performance” at Columbia University on October 9, 2013 as part of the 2013-2014 Grand Rounds lecture series. Dr. Milstein discussed his work on engaging in health systems challenges and re-thinking what can be accomplished through collaboration. He shared several stories of local/regional health systems re-design projects aimed to create better health, better care, and lower costs and outlined 3 challenges in the frontier of sustainable financing for health system stewardship.

The theme of 2013-2014 Grand Rounds monthly lecture series is “Taking Action to Address the U.S. Health Gap.”

Speaker: Bobby Milstein, PhD, MPH, Director, ReThink Health and Visiting Scientist, MIT Sloan School of Management
Date: Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Time: 4:00pm
Location: Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health
 

Council on Linkages Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals

  • 1B2 – Describes the characteristics of a population-based health problem
  • 1B3 – Generates variables that measure public health conditions
  • 1B5 – References sources of public health data and information
  • 1B10 – Makes community-specific inferences from quantitative and qualitative data
  • 1B12 – Uses data to address scientific, political, ethical, and social public health issues
  • 3B5 – Presents demographic, statistical, programmatic, and scientific information for use by professional and lay audiences
  • 7B1 – Interprets the interrelationships of local, state, and federal public health and health care systems for public health program management
  • 7B2 – Interprets the organizational structures, functions, and authorities of local, state, and federal public health agencies for public health program management
  • 7B7 – Develops strategies for determining budget priorities based on federal, state, and local financial contributions
  • 8B2 – Incorporates systems thinking into public health practice
  • 8B4 – Analyzes internal and external problems that may affect the delivery of Essential Public Health Services

Who should view this presentation?

  • Public health practitioners
  • Public health academics and researchers
  • MPH and DrPH students

Continuing Education Credit

1 CPH credit. The New York City-Long Island-Lower Tri-County Public Health Training Center is a NBPHE pre-approved provider of CPH continuing education credits. 1 CPH CE will be awarded for participation in this activity.

Estimated time to complete

1 hour

Prerequisites

None

Course Competencies

  • 1A02 Identifies quantitative and qualitative data and information (e.g., vital statistics, electronic health records, transportation patterns, unemployment rates, community input, health equity impact assessments) that can be used for assessing the health of a
  • 1A03 Applies ethical principles in accessing, collecting, analyzing, using, maintaining, and disseminating data and information
  • 1A05 Selects valid and reliable data
  • 1A10 Uses quantitative and qualitative data
  • 1A12 Contributes to assessments of community health status and factors influencing health in a community (e.g., quality, availability, accessibility, and use of health services; access to affordable housing)
  • 1B02 Describes the characteristics of a population-based health problem.
  • 1B03 Generates variables that measure public health conditions
  • 1B05 References sources of public health data and information
  • 1B10 Makes community-specific inferences from quantitative and qualitative data
  • 1B12 Uses data to address scientific, political, ethical, and social public health issues
  • 3A05 Conveys data and information to professionals and the public using a variety of approaches (e.g., reports, presentations, email, letters)
  • 3B05 Presents demographic, statistical, programmatic, and scientific information for use by professional and lay audiences
  • 7A01 Describes the structures, functions, and authorizations of governmental public health programs and organizations
  • 7A02 Describes government agencies with authority to impact the health of a community
  • 7A07 Provides information for development of contracts and other agreements for programs and services
  • 7B01 Interprets the interrelationships of local, state, and federal public health and health care systems for public health program management
  • 7B02 Interprets the organizational structures, functions, and authorities of local, state, and federal public health agencies for public health program management
  • 7B07 Develops strategies for determining budget priorities based on federal, state, and local financial contributions
  • 8A02 Describes public health as part of a larger inter-related system of organizations that influence the health of populations at local, national, and global levels
  • 8A04 Contributes to development of a vision for a healthy community (e.g., emphasis on prevention, health equity for all, excellence and innovation)
  • 8B02 Incorporates systems thinking into public health practice
  • 8B04 Analyzes internal and external problems that may affect the delivery of Essential Public Health Services