CPD Activities

Population/Public Health Improvement


Population/Public Health Improvement


Starting on :08:00 AM 11 January, 2016 Venue:Online
Ending on :08:00 AM 08 March, 2016 Max Credits:10
Moderator:No Activity Moderator Activity Cost: Free Order

Presenters

1. Mr. Mark Tozzio
FOCUS: Healthcare Business Development and Strategy 32+ years of progressive responsibility in healthcare management/leadership for non-profit and proprietary systems with over $900 million in new and enhanced programs, services and facilities throughout the United States ,Africa and Caribbean nations. Major Responsibilities include: New Business Development Analysis and Implementation, Strategic Planning, Physician Relations and Recruitment, Practice Management, Organizational Development and Turnaround, Joint Ventures, Cultural Re-Alignment of Management Team, Data Assessment and Strategic Thinking, Group Facilitation, and Collaborative Care and Clinical Integration of Payers, Hospitals and Physicians Specialties: Board Certified and Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) and Master Strategist and Planner
Northeastern State University

2. Mr. ED Hansen
I have thirty-five years of experience in the US and International health care industry. I have worked as a front line hospital administrator, as an Operations Officer, as a hospital Chief Executive Officer and as a health system corporate CEO. I spent a number of years as a consultant to hospitals, Boards of Directors and physician groups, usually addressing improvement in operational performance and organizational development (OD). I have worked in government-operated hospitals and health systems; not-for-profit; community hospitals; and corporate, for-profit hospitals. As an employed hospital executive and as a consultant, I led major construction activities, service development activities and business start-ups.
Executive Leadership Systems

3. Dr. Faith Yego
Dr Faith Yego passion is to develop a scholarly career that improves the quality of education through sharing knowledge in Public Health, research, and upholding institutional values that ensure the success of students in Kenya. Now a Tutorial Fellow at Moi University with varied academic background that includes Epidemiology, Gender and Health and work Experience in 3 Continents
Moi University Eldoret

Description

This course explores in detail the process of emphasizing primary and preventive care to improve health status of the population and manage the growing cost of acute inpatient care. The PHI process aims to enhance the individual and cohorts (targeted groups) health status and wellbeing rather than rely solely on the acute care system. PHI combines the benefits of public health and medical interventions with preventive care and socio-economic interventions and prepares you for understanding of universal coverage.

These core courses are 8-weeks in duration and are 100% online using Northeastern State University's advanced e-Learning Blackboard System. Successful completion of this course will award you 4 Continuing Education Credits from KMP & D board based on 32 contact hours of education and up to 750 professional points that will count towards HeSMA Credentialing and Certification based on the guidelines available on this link, click 


Objectives

Key topics in this course include:

1.    Definition of Population Health Improvement (PHI) and its applications for improving individual and community health status in Kenya

2.    Understand the core concepts of PHM from an interdisciplinary perspective

3.    Understand lifestyle and demand management strategies for PHI

4.    Understand chronic disease and catastrophic management strategies for PHI

5.    Apply PHI concepts and strategies to health status situations and chronic diseases problems

6.    Integrate strategic planning and manpower needs analysis with PHI initiatives

7.    Evaluate the critical role of information technology for achieving successful PHI operations

8.    Preparing a sample PHI initiative or process to enhance the wellbeing of a targeted population cohort 





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