2017 Population Health Summit
March 29 - March 30
The annual population health summit of Virginia aims to utilize a population health framework to address the relationships between complex factors impacting wellness including socioeconomic, cultural, policy, regional and familial structures. The summit serves as a forum for collaboration among a wide array of stakeholders with the goals of sharing of ideas and best practices, and creating a team approach in improving the health and well being of Virginia. The focus of this year’s summit will be how to best identify, understand and utilize data to better coordinate and implement care. In an effort to foster the implementation of population health thinking, we are using the opioid epidemic in Virginia as a case study to provide real-world examples of how to leverage data in order to solve a real population health problem.
Choosing, Using, and Sharing Data
Explore how to obtain and utilize analytical and human data to identify population health problems in your region. Network with the broad range of constituent groups to identify resources, foster communication and effectively share information to drive solutions
Information to Action
Use regional connections and information to address real world problems. This year, regions will focus on the opioid crisis as the case study in Virginia, and develop ideas and approaches specific to their populations.
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Hosted in cooperation with: The University of Virginia Health System, VCU Health, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Virginia Department of Health, Virginia Center for Health Innovation, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine/Carilion Clinic, Institute for Public Health Innovation.