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Mental Health First Aid training is a proven and effective resource that teaches lay people how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders in their community.

United Methodist Health Ministry Fund’s (UMHMF) spring sessions filled very quickly, demonstrating a large interest in mental health training in our state. UMHMF are excited to offer additional online training sessions at no cost to interested Kansans.

You must register one week in advance of the training. You should register individually, even if multiple people from one organization are attending. They will not offer special trainings for individual organizations.

Space is limited to 30 participants per session. Spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Each virtual session will be from 9 AM – 3:30 PM with breaks, including a half-hour lunch break.

Upcoming sessions:

  • Tuesday, June 7
  • Friday, June 24
  • Tuesday, July 12
  • Friday, July 29
  • Thursday, August 4
  • Wednesday, August 31
  • Thursday, September 1
  • Friday, September 30
  • Tuesday, October 4
  • Friday, October 28

For more information or to register, click here.

APHA Policy Action Institute

June 14, 2022, 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. EST

APHA’s Policy Action Institute brings the importance of policy to the forefront.

During the event, participants will gather in Washington, D.C., and online to hear from elected officials, policy experts and influential speakers on the biggest topics in public health today.

The Institute will be held at the JW Marriott, 1331 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC. 

Attendees will have a chance to learn from one another during designated networking and interaction times. Share your latest concerns around public health policy and the wins you have made in your community.

For more information or to register, click here.  

Public Health Improvement Training Virtual Meeting

June 6 – 8, 2022

Early bird registration for PHIT is open! Don’t miss this opportunity for virtual collaboration with hundreds of public health professionals from across the country. Interactive workshops span the most pressing issues facing the public health workforce. This year, PHIT will explore Leading with Performance Improvement in Times of Change with workshops spanning the following topics: 

  • Change Management
  • Communications, engagement, and partnership-building
  • Health and racial equity
  • Community health assessment or health improvement planning
  • Performance management
  • PHAB accreditation or reaccreditation
  • Quality improvement
  • Strategic planning
  • Workforce development and resource management

Early-bird registration closes May 1; to register, click here.  

Join us on Tuesday, May 24, 2022, at 1:00 PM ET for the fourth webinar of the 8-part Every Step of the Way through the 1,000 Days series. This webinar will focus on Recommendation 3 of the Continuity of Care in Breastfeeding Support: A Blueprint for Communities. This session will discuss implementing a care coordination system across the prenatal through weaning stages and handoff protocols during transitions of lactation care from one provider or setting to another.

Register Here: https://bit.ly/CareandAccountabilityCoC 

CDC Continuing education credits, CERPs and CPEUs are pending approval.

The Public Health TechXpo is an annual convening of public health leaders and experts across the technology, professional services, financial, workforce, and related sectors. Together, we tackle the toughest public health data and technology challenges facing our nation—challenges of today and the future.

This completely virtual event will feature a diverse audience of public health practitioners, technology pioneers, futurists, decisionmakers, healthcare leaders, investors, and industry experts.

The goals of this year’s Public Health TechXpo are to provide:

  • A platform for technology and data vendors to engage public health agencies and partners, nonprofits, policymakers, and other sector leaders.
  • A forum for public and private sector leaders to discuss the status of the COVID-19 pandemic and the role technology and data solutions play in the response.
  • A space for public and private sector leaders to plot the course for modernizing the nation’s public health data and technology infrastructure.

For more information, CLICK HERE

FORWARD ON THE JOURNEY
May 10-12, 2022
Cleveland, Ohio

Long-standing health care disparities and inequities have been illuminated and exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Systemic inequities, such as structural racism and economic disadvantages within diverse communities, are preventing individuals – and their communities – from achieving optimal health, leading to avoidable differences in health outcomes.

At the same time, the pandemic has elevated the need for hospitals and community-based organizations to connect, collaborate and take action to directly affect the determinants of health and improve health equity in communities across the country.

Welcome to the 2022 Accelerating Health Equity Conference!

A time to connect and collaborate to advance community health, well-being, and equity, presented by AHA Community Health Improvement and the Institute for Diversity and Health Equity.

REGISTER HERE

What to expect:

  • Leading voices in the fight against health inequities sharing the latest insights, ideas and success stories;
  • Breakout sessions packed with insights and resources you can bring back to your organization;
  • Peer-to-peer conversations on issues and opportunities that matter most to you;
  • How-to workshops and interactive problem-solving activities.

For more information, CLICK HERE

Childhood vaccination is a sensitive topic. Whether you’re discussing wellness vaccines or COVID-19 vaccines, it’s important to meet people with empathy and active listening. Join us for a webinar on navigating vaccine hesitancy with families on Tuesday, April 26 at noon. This webinar will be recorded and posted at healthfund.org.

Speakers include Dr. Gretchen Homan, president-elect for the Kansas Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics and former Immunize Kansas Coalition chair, and Erica McGinley, nurse consultant for Child Care Aware of Kansas.

If your organization is interested in co-sponsoring the webinar, please indicate your interest when you register.

To register, click here.

Community health workers (CHWs) play an important but little-known role in health care. Learn more about the credentialing process as well as strengths, challenges, and opportunities for community health workers in Kansas. Join the United Methodist Health Ministry Fund (Health Fund) for a webinar on April 21, 2022, from noon to 1 p.m. RSVP below. The webinar will be recorded and posted at this link.

We’ll hear:

  • Sarah Jolley of Wichita State University will share findings from a research report on the role of community health workers in health care
  • Kansas Department of Health and Environment will detail its CHW project and the new state credentialing process
  • Community health workers and employers will speak on the role CHWs play in patient care

To register, click here.

The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, Office of Regional Health Operations in Region 7 (MO, IA, KS, and NE) in partnership with the Heartland Regional Health Equity Council is hosting a 90-minute webinar to discuss current efforts in Region 7 to promote COVID-19 vaccinations and boosters.

To register, click here.

As the opioid epidemic continues to evolve, we have not entered a stage where synthetic opioids, particularly fentanyl, predominate. Due to its high potency, overdose and death is a significant risk. Furthermore, other drugs of abuse are being mixed or adulterated with fentanyl, raising the risk of overdosing even more. This presentation will describe the history of fentanyl, its toxicity and the treatment for both acute overdoses and for opioid use disorder.

To register, click here.

As we navigate through the evolving challenges of COVID-19, PHCC will continue to support public health communicators by providing pandemic resources and begin to expand our reach by offering tools and resources beyond COVID-19. Our upcoming webinar and accompanying resource will offer stories and lessons learned from public health communicators across the U.S. that can be used to address current and future communication needs.

As we approached the two-year anniversary of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) declaration of COVID-19 as a pandemic, PHCC launched a survey to learn about the experiences of our colleagues. We heard from commissioners, public information officers, community health workers, contact tracers, educators, program directors, nurses and more. We heard stories of survival and empathy, mistakes and lessons, frustration and hope, and compassion for yourselves and your communities.

Our April webinar and accompanying resource will place a spotlight on the lessons and learnings of these public health communicators, and offer a powerful wealth of insights for protecting public health through COVID-19 and beyond.

Register today and be the first to receive a copy of our pandemic anniversary resource.

To register, click here.

National Public Health Week takes place on April 4-10, 2022.
 
Get ready to celebrate by RSVP-ing for APHA’s NPHW virtual events:

  • Kickoff Forum: Public Health is Where You Are, 1-3 p.m. ET on Monday, April 4
  • The Legacy of National Negro Health Week: Public Health 2022, 5-6 p.m. ET on Monday, April 4
  • Student Day: Lessons in Mentoring webinar, noon-1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, April 5 (Special thanks to our sponsor, Walden University.)
  • Student Day: Get Hired After Graduation young professionals panel, 5-6 p.m. ET on Tuesday, April 5 (Special thanks to our sponsor, Walden University.)
  • Twitter Chat, 2-3 p.m. ET on Wednesday, April 6 (Special thanks to our sponsor, UnitedHealth Group.)
  • Shifting Power and Building Resilience Through Community Collaboration, 3:30-5 p.m. ET on Wednesday, April 6
  • Equity and Accessibility in Community: Lessons from the Pandemic and Beyond, 2-3 p.m. ET on Friday, April 8 (Special thanks to our partner, the Institute for Healthcare Improvement.)
  • All-levels yoga with Kacie Harrington, noon-1 p.m. ET on Sunday, April 10

For more information, click here.

PLEASE NOTE: You must pay a $3 fee to enroll in this CE version of the course. 

If you are NOT seeking CE or a certificate of completion, please enroll in the free version: https://www.mitrainingcenter.org/courses/emmbw0322noce

Keynote from PHSAD’s 35th annual Minority Health Equity Conference, Equity in Motion

Gyasi C. Chisley will present about his background as an African-American Healthcare Executive Leader and navigating the complexities of ascending the corporate ladder in the United States. Additionally, Gyasi will expound upon the respective inequities he encountered throughout the duration of career and his solution-oriented approach for tangible change. 

Audience

Public health professionals in all settings, including governmental public health, non-profits, health systems, etc. as well as across disciplines, whether health education, nursing, environmental health, leadership, etc.

Learning Objectives
  • Describe the structural development of inequities and health disparities within the United States
  • Evaluate the historical evolution of marginalized populations and communities
  • Apply sustainable solutions to combat health disparities through your professional vantage point 
Instructors

Gyasi C. Chisley, MHSA, MBA, PMP, FACHE, Managing Director and Head of Corporate Healthcare for PNC Bank

Continuing Education Credit
  • 1.0 CHES Category I CECH (Areas of Responsibility: 1.1.2, 1.3.3, 8.1.4)* 
  • Certificate of Completion

*We report credits to NCHEC on a quarterly basis: January, April, July, and October.

The Region V Public Health Training Center is a designated provider (ID# 99038) of continuing education contact hours (CECH) in health education by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. 

To register, click here.

The 2022 Kansas Governor’s Public Health Conference will be held on March 29-31 at the Manhattan Conference Center in Manhattan, KS. 

For more information, CLICK HERE.

Conference Registration

Registration is now open for the 2022 Kansas Governor’s Public Health Conference!

*Attendees registering for the general conference: You will not select your breakout sessions at registration. Registered attendees will receive an email the week of March 14 with instructions on selecting breakout sessions. View current breakout sessions.

Virtual Conference

Select sessions of the 2022 Kansas Governor’s Public Health Conference will be offered virtually via Zoom. All keynote presentations will be streamed live as well as one select breakout session per breakout group. Virtual conference agenda coming soon! Registration fee for the virtual conference is $150. 

Keynote Speakers:

  • Soledad O’Brien
  • Erin Martin
  • Derek Reed
  • Corey Ciocchetti

Breakout Sessions

Registered attendees: Be on the lookout for an email the week of March 14 instructing you on how to select your breakout sessions.

Current sessions include:

  • Universal/MCH Home Visiting Update
  • Adolescent SBIRT Toolkit
  • Collaborating with Extension
  • Exploring Shared Services and Regional Models for Programs and Services
  • Follow-Up to AWHONN Post-Birth Warning Signs Training
  • KCC Perinatal Peer Support and Guidelines
  • How to Work with Your County Commissioners and Local Board of Health Administrators
  • Community Mental Health and Wellbeing – the Role of the Local Health Department
  • HK 2030
  • Connections Matter in Early Childhood
  • Family Engagement/FCP (Family Consumer Partnership) Toolkit
  • What does the new Public Health Look Like?
  • DEI in Public Health
  • Language and Cognitive Development in Infants
  • KPQC Fourth Trimester Initiative Updates and Opportunities
  • Turnover During the Pandemic and How to Improve Retention in the Future
  • Moving Forward in Public Health with the “New” Normal
  • Self Care Activities/Reflective Supervision
  • MAVIS Project
  • Zero Suicide Update
  • Vaping ECHO Project
  • & more!

Registration Questions & More Information

For questions regarding your registration or the registration process, please contact the WSU Conference Office.

Phone: 316-978-6493
Fax: 316-978-3064
Email: conference.office@wichita.edu

Special Accommodations

Wichita State University is committed to making programs available to people with disabilities. If you wish to volunteer information regarding any special assistance you may need, please contact the Office of University Conferences at (316) 978-6493.

Notice of Non-Discrimination

Wichita State University does not discriminate in its employment practices, educational programs or activities on the basis of age (40 years or older), ancestry, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, political affiliation, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a veteran. Retaliation against an individual filing or cooperating in a complaint process is also prohibited. Sexual misconduct, relationship violence and stalking are forms of sex discrimination and are prohibited under Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972. Complaints or concerns related to alleged discrimination may be directed to the  Institutional Equity and Compliance Director, Title IX Coordinator or Equal Opportunity Coordinator, Wichita State University, 1845 Fairmount, Wichita, KS 67260, telephone (316) 978-3187.

Dementia, cognitive health, and caregiving are not always included in community health needs assessments, leading to their absence in public health improvement and strategic plans. The Needs Assessment Toolkit for Dementia, Cognitive Health, and Caregiving can help state, local, and territorial public health and aging officials identify unmet needs of older adults, scale up existing community strengths, and promote healthy aging. Jointly developed by the Alzheimer’s Association and the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO) join us on Tuesday, March 29 from 1:30-2:00 p.m. ET for a brief overview of the toolkit. Please register in advance.

The five steps of the toolkit are modular in design and allow jurisdictions to enter the assessment process at any stage to inform health improvement plans, Alzheimer’s-specific plans, and aging plans. Aligned to the Healthy Brain Initiative Road Map, the toolkit embeds health equity as a cornerstone to assessing community health. It offers approaches to operationalize equity in the assessment process by including wide representation of people from different racial and ethnic backgrounds, geographic locations, and levels of socioeconomic status and educational attainment. Users will find fillable tools and worksheets to help get started and track progress.

Join our webinar to learn more about the five steps, how health equity can be prioritized during the assessment process, and how the results can inform strategic planning efforts. Register in advance and please forward this announcement to any interested colleagues.

To register, click here.

CE and certificate of completion are free.

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unique challenges to partnerships and collaboration between public health entities. This panel will discuss how to address these challenges and will provide recommendations to strengthen existing partnerships and foster new ones. 

Audience

Infectious disease and emergency preparedness and response practitioners looking to strengthen new and existing partnerships to enhance community engagement 

Learning Objectives
  • Explain best practices for strengthening new and existing partnerships 
  • Describe efforts to repair fractured partnerships 
Instructors
  • Karmen Fox, MSA, Executive Health Director, Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan 
  • Vanessa Greene,MEd Chief Executive Officer, Grand Rapids African American Health Institute
  • Jessica Williams, MSA, Public Health Educator, Oakland County Health Division, Healthy Pontiac, We Can!
Continuing Education Credit
  • 1.0 CHES Category I CECH (Areas of Responsibility: 7.1.3, 7.1.5)* 
  • Certificate of Completion

*We report credits to NCHEC on a quarterly basis: January, April, July, and October.

The Region V Public Health Training Center is a designated provider (ID# 99038) of continuing education contact hours (CECH) in health education by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. 

To register, click here.

Get ready for a full County Health Rankings release complete with new measures, a focus on closing health disparities and fresh ways to learn about what drives health and opportunities for all to live long and well. During our March webinar previewing the 2022 Rankings Release, we will introduce you to new tools and resources for measuring and building equity in your community. We will also share ways we’re expanding our channels of public health communication. Join us and meet our newest team leaders behind the creation of our latest data visualization tools, evidence-rated strategies to create change, and CHR&R’s soon-to-be released podcast.

To register, click here.

Thursday, March 17, 2022 
3:00pm EST

Join the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) for upcoming webinars on Version 2022 of the Standards & Measures. Version 2022 will be available by early March. PHAB will be hosting webinars to discuss the differences between Version 1.5 and Version 2022, considerations for making the decision about which version to use, and additional details about the extension process:

  • Version 2022 Initial Accreditation Webinar: March 17, 2022 at 3pm EST. Register today.

Thursday, March 3, 2022

2:00-3:00pm EST

Register here

Following a yearlong revision, the 2021 Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals (Core Competencies) are now available. Interested in hearing more about this newly revised version? Join PHF and the Council on Linkages for a webinar on March 3, 2022 from 2-3pm EST to discuss changes in the 2021 version and share your questions.

As we work to reinforce and rebuild the public health workforce, now is the time to strengthen connections within the public health system. Partnerships between health departments and academic institutions – academic health department (AHD) partnerships – have long helped to bridge the gap between public health practice and academic public health and have played a critical role as the nation responds to COVID-19. AHD partnerships have been instrumental in developing guidance for COVID-19 response; conducting contact tracing, testing, and vaccination; and engaging in communications, and these partnerships will continue to be critical into the future. Among other benefits, AHD partnerships help prepare students for careers in health departments, create a pipeline into governmental public health, support recruitment and retention, enhance continuing education, encourage research that is relevant to the local community, and expand organizational capacity.

As discussion moves forward about how to rebuild the public health system, AHD partners are taking steps on the ground to prepare for the future. How can these efforts be further enhanced to reach their maximum potential? Where should efforts best be focused? Can these partnerships have a real impact?
 
Join the Council on Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice and the Public Health Foundation for a webinar on Monday, February 28, 2022 from 2-3:30pm EST to learn how AHD partnerships have enhanced the COVID-19 response in communities across the country and explore how partnerships can strengthen health departments as we envision and build the public health workforce of the future. Speakers will share their experiences with these partnerships and thoughts on where we go from here, and time will be available for questions and discussion. 
 
Speakers

REGISTER HERE

For more information, CLICK HERE

2022 KHI Health Policy Series: Bring It!

The Kansas Health Institute is offering a series of five virtual sessions over three weeks. Grab your lunch and join us for these health policy conversations.

All events are scheduled from Noon to 1:00 P.M. CST. You can register for one session or multiple sessions.

Sessions:

Suicide in Rural and Frontier Kansas 
Tuesday, February 15, Noon to 1:00 P.M. C.S.T., via Zoom
State and local organizations established the Kansas Suicide Prevention Coalition in late 2021. As these groups work to address the rising rates of suicide statewide, the latest data available show rates of suicide are higher in the most rural parts of Kansas, known as frontier counties. Join this session for a discussion of federal and state strategies focused on reducing suicide in rural and frontier communities across Kansas.  

The Cost of Care: Prescription Drugs in KanCare 
Thursday, February 17, Noon to 1:00 P.M. C.S.T., via Zoom
State budgets continue to absorb significant cost increases related to pharmaceuticals, and the Kansas Medicaid program (KanCare) – at 16.7 percent of state general funds – is under the microscope for issues related to drug payments and discount reporting by pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs). This session will provide a brief overview of Medicaid pharmacy pricing, high-cost drugs, rebates, PBMs and the 340B program, along with a discussion of state policy options for controlling cost. 

Navigating the Medical Marijuana Landscape 
Tuesday, February 22, Noon to 1:00 P.M. C.S.T., via Zoom
Thirty-six states and the District of Columbia have approved comprehensive, publicly available medical marijuana/cannabis programs, while 11 states allow the use of “low THC, high cannabidiol (CBD)” products for medical reasons in limited situations or as a legal defense. In this session, we will discuss policy issues related to medical marijuana and compare laws in other states with provisions in two Kansas bills. 

The Next Page: A Playbook for Modernizing the Kansas Behavioral Health System
Thursday, February 24, Noon to 1:00 P.M. C.S.T., via Zoom 
The Kansas Legislature is advancing the pages of the behavioral health playbook. The 2021 Special Committee on Kansas Mental Health Modernization and Reform was tasked with analyzing the Kansas behavioral health system and developing a strategic effort to modernize it. Join us to discuss the latest recommendations developed by the Special Committee’s working groups, which included experts from across the state. 

A Shot at COVID-19 Vaccine Policy
Tuesday, March 1, Noon to 1:00 P.M. C.S.T., via Zoom
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the lives of Kansans and pushed our hospital systems to their capacity. As we enter the third year of the pandemic, let’s reflect on the tools used to combat COVID-19 in Kansas. This session will summarize results from Kansas focus groups on vaccine preferences and discuss both the state and federal components of COVID-19 vaccine policy decision-making. 

For more information, CLICK HERE

Public health is the foundation of all communities.
 
How many public health workers do we need in the U.S.? The field of public health has been unable to answer this question, until now. Please join the de Beaumont Foundation and the Public Health National Center for Innovations (PHNCI) at the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) on February 10th at 1pm EST to learn about the first-of-its-kind research-based estimation of the number of public health workers needed in state and local health departments.
 
Presenters will discuss the national initiative called Staffing Up, which determined workforce levels needed to serve public health services to the nation, including how health departments can use this work to advocate for additional staffing. A conversational format will allow participants to submit questions directly to the presenters.

Feb 10, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Learn more and register here.

Presented by: Hugo Pérez Trejo, Ph.D., Center for Organizational Development & Collaboration

Health Care providers in Kansas serve a wide variety of historically marginalized individuals and populations. One of these sectors is best known as “Latinx” (gender-neutral or nonbinary alternative to Latina/Latino). Latinx populations in the US represent nearly one fifth of the total (18.5%) population.1 In Kansas, Latinx people represent the 2nd largest population overall (12.2%),2 while in some areas of Southwest Kansas such as Dodge City, Liberal, Ulysses, and Garden City, more than 50% of residents identify
as Latinx3.

In this interactive session, we will take a closer look at the Latinx population through their stories and discussions of everyday challenges and realities. Interested participants are invited to join us to learn more about this population in Kansas in order to bridge cultural gaps and build a better place to live for all who call it home.

For a link to the flyer, click here.

Learn more and register here.

The COVID-19 pandemic called attention to many inequalities for people living with disabilities in emergency preparedness. To address these inequalities, ASTHO, through a CDC funded cooperative agreement, hired and embedded 20 disability and preparedness specialists into health agencies around the country. The specialists focused on improving inclusivity of people living with disabilities in emergency preparedness.

Join this webinar to hear from seven of the disability and preparedness specialists. Specialists from Alaska, Delaware, Guam, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, and South Dakota will share lessons learned from successes and challenges they’ve encountered in their positions.  

Registration Opens: November 29, 2021

Registration Close: January 18, 2022 at 11:59pm

For any specific questions about the event, sessions or your registration, please contact: meetings@astho.org

Learn more and register here.

The community engagement series will highlight activities, including webinars and videos, fostering breastfeeding equity between state agencies and community organizations. This series will underline the importance of community engagement, pathways, or courses of action to engage communities. It will challenge participants to understand and recognize their role in fostering breastfeeding equity. Topics will include levels of community engagement, strategies, and systems to enhance community support, efforts to improve the lactation workforce, and sustainability of community breastfeeding centers.

Each of the three webinars will have different objectives.

Session One:

  • Attendees will be able to explain the benefits of community support and engagement for breastfeeding. Also, participants will be able to outline how to engage community members and organizations into perinatal quality improvement. Finally, they’ll discuss strategies for approaching community engagement to create and sustain collaborations and partnerships.

Session Two: Strategies and Systems to Enhance Community Breastfeeding Support; Wednesday, February 9, 2022 from 3-4 p.m. ET.

  • Attendees will be able to describe an innovation fighting to end racism in maternity care. Also, participants will be able to demonstrate at least one program that is creating an interconnected system to enhance community support.

Session Three: Enhancing and Diversifying the Lactation Workforce; Thursday, April 7, 2022 from 2-3 p.m. ET.

  • Attendees will be able to describe the challenges faced in diversifying the breastfeeding workforce. Also, participants will observe initiatives that are working to enhance the lactation workforce.

Learn more and register here.

They say the first step is the hardest. This series of eight (8) web sessions explores topics to help your patients, neighbors and rural community become and remain more well… but from a different perspective. The series will lay the foundation with each subsequent session building upon the last leading us on a journey to community and patient-centric wellness and, ultimately, value. We’ll travel to the next level in solidifying the foundation of the rural primary care business through gained understanding of practical application along with a few tips and tricks of new requirements, how those requirements might impact current business processes and topics covered in each session as well as
how they might impact the transition to value.

Join us for this hands-on, engaging, and enlightening educational journey to the next level in the transition to value and, ultimately, helping our rural patients, neighbors and
communities become and remain more well.

For additional information, please contact:
Tammy Norville Phone: (888)
391-7258 Ext. 105 or
tammyn@nosorh.org

Learn more and register here.