IHE Invitational Policy Talk

IHE Invitational Policy Talk

On October 27th, the Institute of Health Economics (IHE), in partnership with Alberta Health Services and Alberta Health, will host an invitational policy talk on the topic of Creating the Conditions for Moving Care to the Community: Learning from the Vermont Experience.

Guest Speaker

Jenney Samuelson leads the Vermont Blueprint for Health Expansion and Quality Improvement Program (EQuIP) which consists of a team of thirteen highly trained practice facilitators who assist over one-hundred adult, family, and pediatric primary care practices to implement continuous quality improvement. In addition, Ms. Samuelson oversees the statewide implementation of the Blueprint community-based self-management programs including six evidence based programs: the Stanford Chronic Disease, Chronic Pain, and Diabetes Self-management Programs; the Vermont Tobacco Quit in Person Tobacco Program; Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP); and the YMCAs Diabetes Prevention Program. Before joining the Blueprint, Ms. Samuelson administered diverse community and statewide public health programs including leading a four county health careers workforce development program, quality improvement with health systems to support tobacco cessation in primary care practices and directing the State of Vermont’s Lead Poisoning Prevention Program.

Event Details

Date: October 27th, 2017
Time: 12:00 – 1:30 pm
Location: IHE Large Boardroom

Please note, this event is invitation only.

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