Population Health Learning Networks

Advancing Population Health and Building Healthy Communities

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Graduate Medical Education Population Health Learning Network

January 2018 – June 2018

America’s Essential Hospitals, proudly announces a new member benefit: a learning network to help residency program faculty add or enhance content on social determinants of health in graduate medical education (GME) curriculum. Through a series of series of webinars and associated pre-work over the network’s six-month span—up to three hours time commitment per month—our new GME Population Health Learning Network will cover:

  • creating a shared aim for improving population health;
  • identifying community, educational, and faculty resources;
  • designing curriculum and practical learning opportunities for residents;
  • overcoming barriers (e.g., competing demands, perceived lack of relevance to clinical care); and
  • managing and improving your program.
Registration for the Graduate Medical Education Population Health Learning Network is now closed. If you are a member of the network, you can log in here.

For more information, contact Jennifer Stephens at jstephens@essentialhospitals.org.

VITAL2018 Preconference Workshop: Health Information Technology Strategies for Population Health

Health information and data are foundational components of population health improvement activities. Essential hospitals undertaking this work rely heavily on data and HIT systems to understand the impact of social determinants of health on patients and communities, to implement and coordinate efforts, and to measure and evaluate progress. This half-day workshop for population health leaders will explore these topics, including relevant tools and resources, and provide a setting for essential hospitals to learn from each other as well as from experts in the field.

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