Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Think Tank Experience: "Improving Communities and Lives"- Managing Transition and Change After Implementation of the Affordable Care Act in Community-Based Organizations

Our program objectives include the following:
  • Assess organization’s most critical needs pertaining to ACA, HIV, and health disparities;
  • Learn how ACA will impact people served at “my organization;”
  • Identify accountable healthcare service organizations and partners;
  • Understand clinical HIV and “Treatment as Prevention”;
  • Learn how to use data and program information to “build a case;”
  • Identify an organizational practice/program/service for improvement;
  • Develop a strategy for creating a new outcome in one of the following area: health care navigation, health promotion, healthcare adherence, health and wellness programming as related to ACA.
Day 1
Gregory W. Edwards, EdD, President-CEO and
Hillary Flowers, Chair, Board of Directors, Flowers Heritage Foundation
Captain John F. Moroney, MD, MPH, Regional Administrator, Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Region IX, San Francisco
CAPT John F. Moroney, MD, MPH, is based in San Francisco where he serves as the Regional Administrator for the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) for Region IX. Dr. Moroney is a United States Public Health Services officer who has worked in the San Francisco Office of Regional Operations for HRSA since 1999.  He received both his baccalaureate and medical degrees from Cornell University and completed a residency in internal medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.  He received a Master in Public Health from Emory University while completing a second residency in preventive medicine and public health at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after serving in the Epidemic Intelligence Service.
Intersection Between the local HIV Response, ACA and the National HIV/AIDS Strategy         
Steve Gibson, Director, SF Magnet Center
Cynthia Carey-Grant, Executive Director, WORLD
Perry Lang, Executive Director, Black Coalition on AIDS
Hazel Wesson, Administrative Director, East Bay AIDS Center
LUNCH                                                                                                                             11:45-12:45

Steve Gibson, Director, SF Magnet Center
Cynthia Carey-Grant, Executive Director, WORLD
Perry Lang, Executive Director, Black Coalition on AIDS
Hazel Wesson, Administrative Director, East Bay AIDS Center
LUNCH                                                                                                                             11:45-12:45
Breakout Session Part I          Key Themes and Key Tasks: Steps, Tools and TA
Group Discussion                                                                                                                1:15-2:00
Founders’ Greet and Mingle Reception, FAZ Restaurant Patio, Conference Center Lobby      4:00-5:30
Day 2
Welcome and Reflections on Day 1,                                                                             9:00-9:15
Gregory W. Edwards, EdD, President-CEO, FHF               
Michelle Long, Director, Contract Development and Technical Assistance, San Francisco Department of Public Health
Adriann McCall, Region IX, US HIV Resource Consultant, Western Region
Dale Gluth, Bay Area Regional Director, AIDS Healthcare Foundation
Keith C. Waltrip, Acting Director, Office of AIDS Administration, Alameda County Health Department
Moderator-Marsha A. Martin, DSW
Carolyn Doelling, Director of Philanthropy, East Bay Community Foundation, Oakland
California HIV Research Program:  Something there for me?                                                     11:30-12:15
George Lemp, Dr.PH, Director, Office of the President, University of California, Oakland
WORKING LUNCH           New Roles: Who does what now?                                      12:15-1:15

Sept. 26-27, 2013, 8:45am - 4:00pm  
California Endowment Conference Center
1111 Broadway 7th floor
Oakland, CA

Schedule of Events

Registration and Continental Breakfast                                                                       8:30-9:00
Welcome and Opening Address                                                                                     9:00-9:25
Plenary Address                                                                                                                9:30-10:20
Improving Communities and Lives after Implementation of the Affordable Care Act                                                                                           
Q&A Moderator-Marsha A. Martin, DSW, Director, UCHAPS, and Founder, Get Screened Oakland, Oakland
BREAK                                                                                                                             10:20-10:30
HIV Panel Discussion                                                                                                  10:30-11:45
ACA Take Home Summary: Putting the Pieces Together                                                   12:45-1:15
Health Reform, HIV and the Changing World Marsha Martin, DSW, Director, Director, UCHAPS
BREAK                                                                                                                                2:00-2:10
Breakout Session Part II         Obstacles, Barriers, and Challenges in My Agency                         2:10-3:00
Feedback and Evaluation-Day 1                                                                                        3:00-4:00

Continental Breakfast                                                                                                      8:30-9:00

Community Resources Panel Discussion, ACA and National HIV/AIDS Strategy                       9:15-10:30
Sophia Byndloss, Division President, Public Health Rx, Ramsell
BREAK                                                                                                                             10:30-10:40
Private Sector/Public Sector Opportunities for Collaboration
Philanthropy and CBOs: What you really Need to Know!                                                         10:40-11:30

Work Group Model Presentation Plans                                                                             1:15-2:15
Summary and Recommendations                                                                                                 2:15-2:30
Evaluation, Feedback, and Follow-up Sessions                                                                           2:30-3:00

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