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
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.
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