In celebration of current DSRIP successes and to prepare for the remaining years of the program and beyond, the North Country Initiative hosted a symposium — “DSRIP: Past, Present, Future” from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, June 12, at the 1000 Islands Harbor Hotel in Clayton.
The event featured local and state-level speakers, interactive panels, a poster session highlighting all 11 DSRIP projects, and more! A free breakfast and lunch was provided, as well as other refreshments.
We’re pleased to announce that more than 150 guests joined us for the Symposium! Thank you all for attending, and we hope you enjoyed the program.
Couldn’t make it?
For those who were not able to join us for the Symposium, we’ve uploaded as much information possible, including: presentations from the day, photos, links to information, and more. Please check out the resources below!
- For the event program, which includes the day’s agenda, speaker biographies, and more information, click here.
- Plenary: “Population Health” — by Kevin Contino, FDRHPO Data Analyst
- Keynote: “Being Person Centered About…’Things That Matter'” — by Dr. Damara Gutnick, Montefiore Hudson Valley Collaborative PPS
- For more information on this presentation, click here.
- Afternoon Breakout Session A: “Improving Care for High Utilizers in the NCI PPS” — by Charles McArthur, FDRHPO Quality Analyst; Kim Thibert and Kathy Hunter, Samaritan Medical Center
- Plenary: “North Country IPA: Strategy and Development” — by Glenn Polansky and Paul Alfaro, Managed Care Associates
- Project 2.a.i. — Creating an Integrated Delivery System
- Project 2.a.ii. — Transforming Primary Care Offices with the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Model
- Project 2.a.iv. — Create a Medical Village Utilizing Existing Hospital Infrastructure
- Project 2.b.iv. — Using Care Transition Protocols to Reduce Hospital Readmissions
- Project 2.d.i. — Engaging and Educating the Medicaid and Uninsured Populations
- Project 3.a.i. — Integrating Primary Care and Behavioral Health
- Project 3.b.i. — Evidence-Based Strategies for Cardiovascular Disease Management
- Project 3.c.i. — Evidence-Based Strategies for Diabetes Management
- Project 3.c.ii. — Evidence-Based Strategies in the Community to Address Chronic Disease
- Project 4.a.iii. — Strengthening Mental Health and Substance Abuse Infrastructure Across Systems
- Project 4.b.ii. — Increase Access to Preventive Care in Clinical and Community Settings
- Health Literacy & Cultural Competency
- IT Privacy and Security