What’s on the Horizon for State Health Policy? Acting on priorities from the State Health Assessment
Thursday Dec. 8, 2016
9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Ohio Statehouse Atrium
1 Capitol Square
Columbus, OH 43215
1 Capitol Square
Columbus, OH 43215
As state agencies prepare state budget proposals and the state legislature prepares for the next two year session, this forum will explore the three priority areas that emerged from Ohio’s 2016 State Health Assessment – maternal & infant health, chronic disease, and mental health & addiction. Attendees will learn how state and local policies and practices can improve health throughout the life course, including opportunities for healthcare system & access, prevention and social determinants of health.
- “What’s on the Horizon for Health?” Denise Koo, Center for Disease Control and Prevention (retired)
- “What’s on the Horizon for State Health Policy?” Greg Moody, Governor’s Office of Health Transformation
- “Better Health Across the Life Course: Policy & Systems Options to Impact Lifetime Health,” Neal Halfon, founding director, UCLA Center for Healthier Children Families and Communities
- “Expanding the behavioral health workforce: Policy options and overcoming obstacles,” Michael A. Hoge, Professor & Director of Clinical Training in Psychology, Yale University School of Medicine
- “What’s on the Horizon for State Health Policy?” Brian C. Castrucci, Chief Program and Strategy Officer, de Beaumont Foundation
Additional presentations to be added after the forum
- Ohio 2016 state health assessment executive summary
- “Advancing the Health of Communities and Populations: A Vital Direction for Health and Health Care,” Lynn Goldman, George Washington University; Georges Benjamin, American Public Health Association; Sandra Hernández, California Health Care Foundation; David Kindig, University of Wisconsin; Shiriki Kumanyika, University of Pennsylvania; Carmen Nevarez, Public Health Institute; Nirav R. Shah, Kaiser Permanente; Winston Wong, Kaiser Permanente
- “Mental Health And Addiction Workforce Development: Federal Leadership Is Needed To Address The Growing Crisis,” Michael A. Hoge, Gail W. Stuart, John Morris, Michael T. Flaherty, Manuel Paris, Jr. and Eric Goplerud. Health Affairs
- “Systems Strategies for Better Health Throughout the Life Course A Vital Direction for Health and Health Care,” J. Michael McGinnis, National Academy of Medicine; Donald M. Berwick, Institute for Healthcare Improvement; The Honorable Thomas A. Daschle, The Daschle Group; Angela Diaz, Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine; Harvey V. Fineberg, Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation; The Honorable William H. Frist, Vanderbilt University; Atul Gawande, Brigham and Women’s Hospital; Neal Halfon, University of California, Los Angeles; Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- Ohio 2017-2019 state health improvement plan (SHIP) overview
- CDC Health and Well-Being for All meeting-in-a-box
- “Lifecourse Health Development: Past, Present and Future,” Neal Halfon, Kandyce Larson, Michael Lu, Ericka Tullis and Shirley Russ. Maternal and Child Health Journal
- “Applying A 3.0 Transformation Framework To Guide Large-Scale Health System,” Neal Halfon, Peter Long, Debbie I. Chang, James Hester, Moira Inkelas and Anthony Rodgers. Health Affairs
- “Core Competencies for Integrated Behavioral Health and Primary Care,” SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions
- “Systems Strategies for Health Throughout the Life Course,” J. MichaelMcGinnis, Angela Diaz and Neal Halfon. Journal of the American Medical Association
- “An Environmental Scan of Recent Initiatives Incorporating Social Determinants in Public Health,” Denise Koo, Patrick W. O’Carroll, Andrea Harris and Karen B. DeSalvo. A joint publication initiative between Preventing Chronic Disease and the National Academy of Medicine
- Healthy People 2020 Public Health 3.0
- CDC Community Health Improvement Navigator
- CDC Health Impact in 5 Years (HI-5) initiative
Boxed lunches will be served (vegetarian options available)
Registration begins at 9:00, with program starting at 9:30.
HPIO has a limited number of PARTIAL scholarships available on a first-come, first-served basis. If you feel that you are unable to defray the cost of admission, please contact Sarah Dorn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLE credit: This course has been approved by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 3.75 hours of CLE credit.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made in writing to Sarah Dorn at email@example.com. The last day to cancel registration for a full refund is one week prior to the event (Dec. 1, 2016). A cancellation fee of $15 will be deducted from your refund for all cancellations received after Dec. 1. If you do not send us notification of cancellation prior to the event on Dec. 8, you will be required to remit the full amount of the registration fee. Those who do not remit payment will be required to pay in advance for any future events.
Note for State Employees and Legislators: Forum registration fee can be waived for all State of Ohio executive branch employees, legislators and staff. However, state employees, legislators and staff that are reportable persons should note that their attendance at the event is subject to JLEC disclosure if their forum registration fee is waived.
There is no fee waiver for forum registration where CLE is requested.
Reportable persons are required to file a financial disclosure form (FDS) with JLEC. If you are unsure whether or not you are reportable, please consult your legal counsel.