Online Education Center
The Care Continuum Alliance is pleased to offer access to synchronized audio and slide recordings of recent online presentations. These periodic Webinars feature timely topics and expert presenters from among Care Continuum Alliance members and the broader population health improvement community. Registration includes access to the archived recording and PDF copies of all slides presented.
Reading the Market: Two Surveys on the Outlook for Workplace Health and WellnessOriginally presented June 25, 2010
The Care Continuum Alliance and Towers Watson present a side-by-side analysis of recent surveys on wellness and population health market trends. This 75-minute presentation examines the synergy of the market's two key players—program purchasers and program providers—and the outlook for workplace health promotion and wellness. Presented by Bruce Kelley, PhD, senior consultant, Towers Watson, team member, NBGH/Towers Watson Employer Survey; and Amy Neftzger, applied researcher, co-chair, Industry Review Workgroup, Care Continuum Alliance. Moderated by Jeanette C. May, PhD, MPH, vice president, research & quality, Care Continuum Alliance.
Note: Registration for this archived recording includes the option to purchase a discounted copy of "Population Health Improvement: A Market Survey Report," the Care Continuum Alliance market analysis described in the presentation. Care Continuum Alliance members may purchase the report for $130 (compared with $179 standard pricing); non-members may purchase the report for $180 (compared with $250 standard pricing).
The Case Management Model Act: What You Need to KnowOriginally presented March 16, 2010
The Case Management Model Act of 2009 offers important standards for case management services at the federal and state levels. Learn about the relevance of the standards to population health management programs and their potential to improve care coordination, care transitions and clinical outcomes. This event was co-sponsored by the Care Continuum Alliance and the Case Management Society of America (CMSA) and presented by CMSA Public Policy Committee Chair Carol A. Gleason MM, RN; CMSA Executive Director Cheri Lattimer, RN, BSN; and CMSA President Margaret Leonard, MS, RN-BC.
Outcomes Guidelines Report, Vol. 4Part II: Measures Set Recommendations
Originally presented March 10, 2010
The second part of this series explores the measures set recommendations of the Outcomes Guidelines Report. Learn how the measures are used to assess program impact and improve quality from speakers Sue Jennings, PhD, past-chair, Care Continuum Alliance Outcomes Committee; Benjamin N. Hamlin, MPH, assistant director, performance measurement, National Committee for Quality Assurance; and Raena Grant, assistant vice president, product development, National Committee for Quality Assurance.
Outcomes Guidelines Report, Vol. 4Part I: Methodological Recommendations
Originally presented March 4, 2010
Care Continuum Alliance Outcomes Measurement & Methodology Committee Co-Chair David Veroff, MPP, and Soeren Mattke, MD, DSc, MPH, managing director, RAND Health Advisory, explain the guidelines' methodological recommendations. Learn how to apply the guidelines to real-world programs and the value of reliable program evaluations.
GINA Regulation: Implications for Wellness, Disease ManagementOriginally presented Dec. 7, 2009
The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) will fundamentally alter health risk assessments, wellness and disease management programs. This 90-minute presentation provides insights on the regulation's unprecedented restrictions on incentives and use of family medical history. Presenters are noted legal experts on benefits and compensation: Alden Bianchi, of Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, PC, Care Continuum Alliance general counsel; Care Continuum Alliance Compliance Committee Chair Alisa Chestler, of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC; and Nicholas Tomlinson, of Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC.