Breakout Sessions Presentations

1.1 Innovative Strategies for Engaging Residents in Participatory Planning Efforts that Drive Community Health Improvements Nadine Chan, PhD, MPH, Public Health – Seattle & King County

Shelley Argbrite, MA, Garrett County Health Department


1.2 Restoring the Community’s Health, Spirit and Culture: Rethinking the Medieval Model of Communal Health Sharon Jones-Eversley, Towson University
1.3 Application of Advanced/Predictive Analytics to Adherence with Diabetic Patients Mark Rivera, Managed Care Consulting, Inc. / MCC Analytics

Rick Wilk, Community Health Partnerships Ltd

1.4 Accountable Communities of Health of Washington State: Multisector, Public-Private Partnerships Taking on the Medicaid Transformation Project Kyle Davidson, Pierce County Accountable Community of Health
1.5 Vision 2020: Planning, Implementing and Sustaining Successful School-based Health Centers Francie Wolgin, Interact for Health

Stephen Roller, Primary Health Solutions

1.6 Health in All Policies as a Collaborative Approach to Address Community Health Jimmy Dills, Georgia Health Policy Center

Michelle Rushing, Georgia Health Policy Center

2.1 Combining Health Equity and Literacy Outcomes with an Evidence-based Childhood Obesity Prevention Program Michelle Lombardo, The OrganWise Guys, Inc.
2.2 The Multiple Paths to Community Health Improvement Matt Guy, ReThink Health

Leigh Caswell, Presbyterian Healthcare Services

2.3 Harnessing Clinical-Community Partnerships to Increasing Patient Physical: Implementing Exercise is Medicine in Two North Carolina Communities Sarah Weller Pegna, Chatham Health Alliance

Zack King, LiveWell Catawba

Mark Stoutenberg, University of Tennessee Chattanooga

2.4 Engaging Communities To Collect and Disseminate Data Donyel Barber, Gaston Family Health Services

Abigail Newton, Department of Health and Human Services

2.5 “Get Covered Carolina:” A Partnership to Navigate Change in Healthcare Law Sherry Hay, UNC-Family Medicine

Tim Smith, Carolina Health Net-FM

2.6 Advancing Health Equity through Partnership Kathryn Lawler, ARCHI

Karen Minyard, Georgia Health Policy Center

2.7 From Grass Roots to Statewide Change: A Collective Impact Approach to Addressing Childhood Obesity Emily Ann Vall, Georgia Department of Public Health

Debra Kibbe, Georgia Health Policy Center


3.1 Pierce County Accountable Communities of Health: Community Voice Engagement for Community Health in the Medicaid Transformation Project Liszet Chavez-Avila, Pierce County Accountable Community of Health
3.2 “TRIP (Transporting Residents with Innovative Practices) Case Study- Collaborating Locally to Improve Transportation Access in Two Rural Communities” Weyling White, Roanoke Chowan Community Health Center

Shelisa Howard-Martinez, Care Share Health Alliance

3.3 Population Health and Transformational Initiatives in Texas as Evidenced Based Incubators for Delivery System Reform Craig Kovacevich, University of Texas Medical Branch
3.4 Documenting Collaborative Networks as Community Connectors – Network Clients & Social Determinants of Health Andrea Radford, DrPH, MHA, Care Share Health Alliance

Rebecca Palmer, Care Ring

3.5 Creative Collaborations: Using Social Determinants of Health to Spark Innovative Partnerships Across Multiple Community Service Sectors Gregory Dent, Northwest Georgia Healthcare Partnership

Gayle Brannon, Whitfield County Health Department

3.6 A Coordinated Response to Opioid Addiction Lauren Reichelt, Rio Arriba Health and Human Services Department
3.7 Pathway to Health Equity: Interprofessional Collaboration Sylvia Caley, Health Law Partnership

Robert Pettignano, Health Law Partnership

4.1 A Hospital & TimeBank Partner to Meet Patient and Community Health Needs Kim Hodge, Pontiac SUN TimeBank

Beverly Beltramo, St Joseph Mercy Oakland

4.2 Transportation and Health: An Overview of the Rides to Wellness Initiative in the Atlanta Metro Region Amanda Tyler, Atlanta Regional Commission
4.3 Using a Comprehensive Risk Reduction Lens to Transform Service Delivery and Payment, Pathways Community HUBs as an Example Mark Redding, Akron Children’s Hospital Rebecca D. Considine Research Center
4.4 Achieving Sprints of Change within the Marathon of Health System Transformation: A Technical Assistance Model aimed at Supporting the Development of Policy Strategies to Address Upstream Determinants of Health among Hospital-Community Partners Allison Gertel-Rosenberg, Nemours Children’s Health System

Stephanie Walsh, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

4.5 Making Multi-Sectoral Teams Work: Policies, Procedures, and Tools for Success Megan Bolejack, Care Share Health Alliance

Gini Knight, Center for Environmental Farming Systems

4.6 Collaborative Cottage Grove: Aligning Health and Housing Josie Williams, Greensboro Housing Coalition

Brett Byerly, Greensboro Housing Coalition

5.1 Building and Applying Medication Access Programs in Health systems and Communities Carrie Harnish, Trinity Health

Joann Fisher, FamilyWize

5.2 Improving our FOCUS: How Community Health Improvements Lead to Increased Hepatitis C Screenings and Further Linkage-to-Care Erin Hultgren, Gaston Family Health Services, Inc.

Jennifer McCracken, Catawba County Public Health

5.3 Collaborative Efforts to Reduce Health Inequities in Rural Communities Denise Taylor, Tanner Health System

Patricia Mitchell, Tanner Health System

5.4 Creating a Community of Solutions: Technology Tools & Resources to Accelerate the Journey Laura Howell, Institute for Healthcare Improvement
5.5 Using Photovoice as an Evaluation Tool to Engage Stakeholders Chandrika Derricho, Georgia Health Policy Center

Kristi Fuller, Georgia Health Policy Center

5.6 Building a Healthy Dan River Region by Addressing Health Disparities Tim Schwantes, Active Living by Design

Annie Martinie, Danville Regional Foundation

5.7 The Three Legs of Community Health: Public, Behavioral, and Safety Net Hospital Melissa Tucker, Gulf Coast Center

Craig Kovacevich, University of Texas Medical Branch

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