2011: Expanding the Boundaries of Health Care Value: Collaboration and Community Engagement in Practice-Based Research
Presentations are available below from Expanding the Boundaries of Health Care Value: Collaboration and Community Engagement in Practice-Based Research, which was presented by the Mayo Clinic Health System Practice-Based Research Network (MCHS PBRN) on Oct. 6-7, 2011. Return to MCHS PBRN conference page.
- "Defining Community Engagement in Practice-Based Research"
- "Communication, Collaboration and Community: Putting the Pieces Together for Meaningful Engagement"
- "Affordable Care, Accountable Organizations and Health Care Legislation: A Governmental Perspective"
- "Beyond Traditional Scientific Writing: Publishing Unconventional Community-Engaged and Health Care Evaluation Research"
- "Finding and Communicating With Funders: Strategies for Success"
- "World Café Summary: How Partnering With Community Increases Value"
- "Using Qualitative Methods to Demonstrate Value"
- "Community Expectations for Engagement and Outcomes of Practice-Based Research Partnership" (panel discussion)
Abstract presentations: Increasing health care value through practice-based research
- "The Impact of Prior Authorization Requirements on Primary Care Physicians' Offices: A SALT-Net Study"
- "Evaluation of a Patient Safety Risk Assessment Form to Identify Medical Safety Risks in an Ambulatory Setting"
- "Screening for Undiagnosed Hypertension Using an Enterprise Data Warehouse: A PBRN Before and After Pilot Study"
- "Linking Primary Care Practices to Community Nutrition Education Programs to Prevent and Manage Obesity"
- "Improving Immunization Rates in Children Age 2: A Clinical Practice-Based Research Study"
- "Use of Hmong-Language Translators as Community Advocates to Improve Diabetes Care in One Physician's Practice"