Come to Philadelphia for the Fall Population Health Academy -
Register for 1, 2 or 3 Programs

PRESS RELEASE
Contact: Melissa Horowitz
Phone: (215) 955-9817
Email: melissa.horowitz@jefferson.edu
Website: http://www.jefferson.edu/PopHealthAcademy

POPULATION HEALTH ESSENTIALS (Oct 14-16)
POPULATION HEALTH MANAGEMENT AND STRATEGY (Oct 17-18)

Population Health Essentials and Population Health Management and Strategy provide a comprehensive overview of the tenets of population health, including the key components of creating a population health model/framework.

Combined, these programs provide a solid foundation for those seeking to advance their understanding of population health and to gain the skills needed to develop a population health management strategy.

POPULATION HEALTH ESSENTIALS

A 3-day comprehensive overview of population health this session outlines the fundamentals necessary to improve outcomes and reduce costs.

Topics include: value-based care, social determinants of health, quality and safety, health economics, population health intelligence and an overview of population health management.

Participants in this program are encouraged to attend Population Health Management and Strategy.

Who Should Attend: Healthcare professionals, leaders and stakeholders from across the industry

POPULATION HEALTH MANAGEMENT
AND STRATEGY

A 2-day workshop that builds upon concepts learned in Population Health Essentials. The focus is on developing actionable strategies and practical solutions to implement population health management programs that improve clinical and financial outcomes.

Who Should Attend: Healthcare professionals, especially clinicians and practitioners with an understanding of population health principles. Graduates of previous Pop Health Academy programs including those who are enrolled in or have completed Population Health Essentials.


HIGH RELIABILITY BOOT CAMP (Oct 21-22)

The High Reliability Boot Camp is an intensive and interactive 2-day program designed for clinical and operation leaders responsible for service delivery within their organizations. This program will review basic concepts of high reliability, including communications, structural organization and culture, and practical application models of quality improvement.

Who should attend: Healthcare professionals, especially those with responsibilities in the areas of clinical delivery, finance, information services, imaging, pharmacy, and /or quality improvement

THE JEFFERSON DIFFERENCE

Led by JCPH faculty and industry experts, the Academy Series will provide you with the knowledge, skills and tools skills to develop and implement models of care to improve health outcomes within your organization.

  • Held on Thomas Jefferson Universityís campus in Philadelphia, PA
  • Sessions include case studies and real-world workplace examples
  • Classes limited 35 participants to ensure personal attention and interactivity
  • Network with and learn from other participants facing similar challenges
  • Come away with the skills and knowledge to help focus your organizationís population health management efforts
  • Online access to coursework and materials, available during and for 6-months after the program