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CFHA's 16th Annual Conference
October 16-18, 2014
Omni Shoreham Hotel
2500 Calvert Street NW (at Connecticut Ave.)
Washington, DC 20008 U.S.A.
|From Fragmentation to Integration:
A Triple Aim Imperative
Last year, CFHA hosted its 16th annual conference, "From
Fragmentation to Integration: A Triple Aim Imperative" at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington DC,
October 16-18, 2014.
Recognizing fragmentation in healthcare is pervasive and manifested through institutionalized barriers in our financial, operational and clinical systems, the goal of the 2014 CFHA Conference was to advance the understanding that broad adoption and sustainability of collaborative care is fundamental to the achievement of *Triple Aim: better patient experience, better population health, and lower cost.
conference included preconference workshops; four plenary sessions and more
than 50 breakout sessions.
Click the links below to see full videos of each plenary presentation:
Plenary Session 1- Thursday, October 16th (click here to watch)
"Economics, Delivery System Reform, and Behavioral Health Integration: Don’t Be Left Behind"
Richard G. Frank, PhD
Plenary Session 2 - Friday, October 17th (click here to watch)
“Mental Health Promotion and Prevention in Primary Care: An Idea Whose Time Has Come”
William R. Beardslee, MD
Plenary Session 3- Friday, October 17th (click here to watch)
“Transforming Primary Care Practices in Pursuit of the Triple Aim: How Great Leadership Can Make or Break the Deal”
Marci Nielsen, PhD, MPH
Plenary Session 4- Saturday, October 18th (click here to watch)
"Implementation, Evaluation, and Getting to the Triple Aim"
Russell E. Glasgow, PhD, MS
Deborah Cohen, PhD
*The Triple Aim framework was developed by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement in Cambridge, Massachusetts (www.ihi.org).”
Conference Sessions will be identified by the following KEY TRACK areas:
1. Focus on individuals and families
2. Redesign of primary care services and structures
3. Prevention and health promotion
4. Sustainability and cost control
5. System integration
6. Education and training
7. Research and Evaluation
About Concurrent Sessions
A diverse blend of topics presented in 20, 40 or 90 minute formats about clinical, research, administrative, or education issues. The Conference includes six 90-minute session periods over two days, with 5-10 sessions held simultaneously during each period, for a total of approx. 50-70 education sessions.
Presentations vary in length:
- 20 minutes - three sessions are scheduled within a 90-minute period, per classroom
- 40 minutes - two sessions are scheduled within a 90-minute period, per classroom
- 90 minutes - one session is scheduled within a 90-minute period, per classroom (limited number)
Concurrent Sessions are selected from proposals submitted through our online Call for Presentations each year.
The Conference Planning Committee reviews proposals and the Conference Chairs select and schedule those to be presented during the Conference.
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