Specially designed for Oregon’s Rural Health Care Leaders
All sessions in the program take place from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on the following days:
Thanks to a grant from the State of Oregon through the Oregon Research & Education Fund, OAHHS’ 501(c)(3) subsidiary, special funding has been made available for rural health providers to earn a certificate of rural population health management. Because of this generous grant, this certificate program is offered to all Oregon rural health care leaders at no cost.
This series was created to engage hospitals, health systems, and other providers to transition to a value-based, population health management environment. This comprehensive certificate program will provide you with proven skills, information, and tools. You will learn what has worked in other areas and how to address implementation challenges that are unique to rural communities in Oregon. The program will take place over three sessions: Sept. 27, Nov. 1, and Dec. 6.
This innovative program will prepare you for population health management by giving you:
The foundation of the program will be three 60-minute webcast lectures. Each webcast will be immediately followed by a 45-minute small-group coaching session lead by a Kaufman Hall facilitator and will be discussion-based.
After each session, attendees will be directed toward a topic-specific assessment designed to encourage attendees to consider issues from each webcast through an organization-specific lens.
Each session will focus on a different functional sphere and will build on the information and discussion from the previous session:
It is strongly encouraged that participants attend all three sessions in this program. Completion of all three sessions is required to receive certification.
If you have questions about this program, or would like additional information, please contact Katie Harris, director of program management at email@example.com or 503-479-6027.
Kaufman Hall is a trusted advisor to hospital management teams and boards, and helps health care organizations identify the right strategies to compete in our rapidly evolving marketplace while balancing strategic priorities with today's financial realities. Kaufman Hall is providing the educational content, faculty presenters, and technology platform for this series. To learn more about the program faculty, click here.
The Oregon Association of Hospitals & Health Systems and its 501(c)(3) subsidiary, Oregon Research & Education Foundation, would like to thank the Oregon Office of Rural Health, the Oregon Medical Association, Eastern Oregon Coordinated Care Organization, and the Oregon Health Authority for their support of this program. The program is made possible through special funding by the State of Oregon.