Are you searching for a presentation idea for Senior Centers 2016? Look no further!
Learn about how the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s STEADI (Stopping Elderly Accidents, Deaths and Injuries) Toolkit can be used for fall prevention screening, assessment, intervention and education of older adults. New developments related to STEADI, such as integration with electronic health records, will be discussed. Examples of how the STEADI Toolkit is being embedded into clinical practice and emergency medical services will be described.
The Oregon Health Authority developed a list of best practices for retaining leaders and engaging participants in Chronic Disease Self-Management Education (CDSME) workshops.
Oregon Health Authority developed a memorandum of understanding in order to manage the Oregon Compass, a web-based portal designed to support promotion, registration, data collection, program coordination, and quality assurance.
Oregon developed and evaluated a community health coalition, entitled “Sustainable Relationships for Community Health.” This evaluation describes the coalition and it’s effectiveness in serving as a learning cooperative for members, improving cross-sector partnerships, and developing tools to enhance community health partnerships.
California conducted a webinar to outline centralized processes for recruiting, enrolling, and collecting data for Chronic Disease Self-Management Education workshops.
Partners in Care Foundation developed a presentation to provide information about Chronic Disease Self-Management Education (CDSME) to health care providers.
We compiled the results of state and national Falls Prevention Awareness Day activities in 2015. Read our summary and get ideas to celebrate the next annual Falls Prevention Awareness Day!
While there is a great need for DSME due to the high prevalence of diabetes, health care systems might object to having a community-based organization provide the DSMT benefit. Learn how to handle these objections to increase access to and use of this important benefit.
Throughout the country, Quality Improvement Networks (QINs) have been tasked by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to expand access to Diabetes Self-Management Education programs through the Everyone with Diabetes Counts initiative. Hear from the CMS lead about the scope, goals, and priorities of this initiative. Also, learn about successful QIN and aging services/public health partnerships in Oregon and Virginia.